2017 release. Inspired by the inspired work of The Duckworth Lewis Method (and various other artists down the years, such as Vivian Stanshall, The Human League and Pink Floyd), Klaus Joynson thought about creating a similarly unique concept album. Cricket was taken. As were Science Fiction, Sorrow and Bells that are Tubular. So naturally he turned to his biggest obsession: Doctor Who - the perfect touchstone to document the past 50-odd years of British music. So Klaus wrote and performed a Doctor Who concept album. 12 songs for 12 Doctors, each done in the British musical style of that Doctor's time. Except it somehow expanded to 14-got to have the intro and the outro! (In fact, with four short companion pieces hidden in there, it's really 18). Dense, even for a concept album, New Adventures in Time and Space contains many nerdy musical and televisual references, philosophical conjunctions and basic dumb jokes. It will make you wonder where that musical reference is taken from, what episode of Doctor Who that's about... and why these fools spent so long making the thing in the first place - and you can dance to it. With the future now agreeably female, this could be seen as the culmination of an era. Twelve times the Doctor was a man, celebrated in 12-plus songs. People who like to overthink things made this. We hope you like to over listen.