Leigh’s Rankings (MAY 2020 Edition) – Top 5 Historical Episodes

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Top 5 Favourite Historical Episodes

5. Rosa (Malorie Blackman & Chris Chibnall)

I am not a fan for across but they got this right for a change and it was important because this was covering a real life even whilst other stories didn’t but luckily Malorie was able to get it right and it’s a good story. Steve Jobs and Banksy, OH YES!

4. Demons of Punjab (Vinay Patel)

When I watches this, i was worried cause of  previous experience with companions meeting with family so I was a but harsh however Mandip Gill is a powerhouse and Prem’s death was moving and felt some emotions after it. Well done Vinay!

3 The Unicorn and The Wasp (Gareth Roberts)

Regardless of Gareth’s actions, I love this episode. I love Fenalla Woolgar as Agatha Christie. Love the merge of the books int the alien plot of the Vespiform

2. Nikola Tesla’’s Night Of Terror (Nina Metevier)

Anjili Mohindra as an alien. A Thirsla romance. This came at the right time. Love Goran Vesjlnic as Tesla. Love it

1. The Haunting Of Villa Diodati (Maxine Alderton)

Second time of using Cybermen in a historical and they got it right. Merging in with what we heard in Fugitive of the Judoon. Love Patrick Kane as Ashad and the historical figures which in fact, all 7 were real people and Maxine sues it to ehr advantage and that’s why I love. Not sure about the Valet and Maid being killed though but hey ho.

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