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Doctor Who Magazine

The Monthly Official Magazine published by Panini UK. Special issues are now in a separate section

 

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Doctor Who Magazine 344

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Scheduled for Success #4, Marco Polo telesnaps: Five Hundred Eyes, Happy Times and Places: Marcus Hearn looks back at DWM 1979 to 1985, Time Team begin the Fourth Doctor's era

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Doctor Who Magazine 346

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Keith Boak on directing Dr Who, Eric Saward interview pt 1, Marco Polo telesnaps: Mighty Kublai Khan, Lynda Bellingham interview, Scheduled for Success #5, The Flood #1

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Doctor Who Magazine 347

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Neill Gorton on designing Dr Who, Eric Saward interview #2, Marco Polo telesnaps: Assassin at Peking, Happy Times and Places: Marcus Hearn looks back at DWM 1985-95, William Hartnell interview, The Flood #2,

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Doctor Who Magazine 348

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Euros Lyn on directing Dr Who, Eric Saward interview pt 3, Scheduled for Success pt 6, Fact of Fiction: Ghost Light, The Flood #3,

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Doctor Who Magazine 349

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Joe Ahearne on directing Dr Who, Robert Shearman interview, DWM awards 2003, Archive Extra- Dr Who on radio 1966-93, The Flood #4,

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Doctor Who Magazine 354

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Features an interview with Executive producer Julie Gardner. We get to take a peek at the first episode, Rose, with previews and casting updates for Episodes 11, 12 and 13. Russell T Davies hints about a second series in his Production Notes column.

Fact of Fiction features Spearhead from Space plus an Archive Extra on Daleks Invasion Earth: 2150AD

Gareth Roberts takes a look at what's been going on in the world since Doctor Who was last regularly on TV and the Time Team continue their Doctor Who viewing with The Robots of Death and The Talons of Weng-Chiang.

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Doctor Who Magazine 356

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Doctor Who Magazine celebrates the return of the Daleks! In this issue, there's a MASSIVE free A1 poster featuring the the Doctor and Rose! Plus an exclusive report on the resurrection of television's best-loved alien baddies - straight from the mutants' own mouthpiece,
Nicholas Briggs...Also this issue, Bruno Langley chats about playing the Doctor and Rose's latest travelling companion, Adam Mitchell; meet Jabe, the Moxx of Balhoon and a host of other alien weirdos on the set of The End of the World; and the Slitheen are un-zipped, as we have a gas with the actors who have brought the Doctor's latest enemies to life! There are also previews of episodes 6-10 of the new series.

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Doctor Who Magazine 358

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DWM talks to Noel Clarke about his role as Rose's hapless sometime-boyfriend Mickey Smith, look behind the scenes of Father's Day, a fascinating look at the CGI wizzards, set report The Empty Child, cast your vote in the season poll, plus all the usual features

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Doctor Who Magazine 361

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DWM visits Patcham High School in Sussex to find out what the kids thought of the new series of Dr Who.

Also in this issue - Doctor Who production designer Edward Thomas takes a look at the last series; a peek at how the new Doctor Who exhibition on Brighton Pier was created; and a chat with authors Justin Richards, Gareth Roberts and Steve Lyons about their latest Doctor Who novels published by BBC Books. Meanwhile, in the third part of The Cruel Sea, the new comic strip adventure written by TV writer Robert Shearman, things take a turn for the surreal. Just what is real and what is imaginary?

Plus there's a chat with the Doctor Who: Confidential producers; a sneak preview of BBC Audio's Doctor Who At the BBC - Volume 3; and for one issue only, script editor Helen Raynor takes over Production Notes.

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Doctor Who Magazine 362

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Kate Orman finds out what Rose has in common with her predecessors, and why Doctor Who is a programme for girls again...

Composer Murray Gold chats about re-jigging the Doctor Who theme, making Bad Wolf music, and influential tunes by The Pixies, (and even plays some air guitar!) in an exclusive interview; script editor Simon Winstone takes readers behind the scenes in Production Notes; and The Fact of Fiction takes an in-depth look at 1977's The Invisible Enemy - the story
that unleashed K9!

Plus there are more casting exclusives in Gallifrey Guardian, a look behind the microphones on Big Finish's new Cyberman series, the latest reviews in Off the Shelf, and all your usual favourites.

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Doctor Who Magazine 367

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Actor Noel Clarke is interviewed about his role as Mickey Smith.

Also this issue, there's a complete new Doctor Who audio adventure on a free CD, starring Sophie Aldred, Nicola Bryant, Philip Olivier and Caroline Morris. Plus there's a beginner's guide to the world of Doctor Who on audio, in a special 9-page feature all about Big Finish Productions!

Writer Toby Whithouse chats about bringing back Sarah Jane Smith and K9, in the eagerly anticipated School Reunion; there's a look at the reasons for the massive success of the return of the series in a special article, Scheduled for Success. There's all the latest casting news from the new series in Gallifrey Guardian and website producer James Goss tells the magazine about some special new projects for the Doctor Who website in Production Notes

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Doctor Who Magazine 370

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"Metal. That was the most important thing for me," says executive producer Russell T Davies. "Metal, and specifically, steel. I banned use of the word silver, and demanded we think of them as steel. Then [production designer] Edward Thomas had been having very strong thoughts about a vaguely 1930s feel ­ picking up on the lurking fascism of the story¹s world, the zeppelins, the class divide, those images of black and brown and silver, which wardrobe and make-up picked up on so beautifully. This then led to thoughts about Art Deco. It wasn¹t in the script, but once Edward had suggested it, we fed it back into the next drafts. Neill Gorton and his team loved that, so jumped on the idea. It also allowed us to give the whole thing a slightly retro feel, which I love on Doctor Who. It seems to carry the programme¹s history onto the screen...²

In this issue of the magazine, there's a huge behind-the-scenes look at the two-part story that reintroduces the terrible Cybermen, featuring interviews with actors Roger Lloyd Pack and Andrew Hayden Smith. Director Graeme Harper and writer Tom MacRae also give their views on bringing the iconic baddies back to life.

Also this issue, Anthony Head chats about playing the demonic Mr Finch, while DWM sneaks into Deffry Vale School, on set for School Reunion. Writer Matthew Graham reveals a few secrets about his forthcoming episode, Fear Her, as well as chatting about the success of his BBC One time-travel drama Life on Mars - and his plans to bring back Blake's 7! Meanwhile, writer Steven Moffat gives us the lowdown on his recent episode The Girl in the Fireplace, while DWM snoops around the SS Madame de Pompadour, accompanied by David Tennant, Billie Piper, Noel Clarke... and Arthur the horse!

In the comic strip the mystery deepens for the Doctor and Rose in the second part of the all-new adventure, F.A.Q. written by Tony Lee with artwork from Mike Collins.

Plus there are tantalising previews for new episodes The Idiot's Lantern, The Impossible Planet, The Satan Pit and Love & Monsters - including a first look at the Abzorbaloff!

Also this issue - there's a news report and exclusive photos from the BAFTAs; the latest news on spin-off series Torchwood; Russell T Davies tells the story of how Sound Men came to his rescue in Production Notes; previews of the new Inferno DVD and the latest release from Big Finish Productions; reviews of New Earth and Tooth and Claw in After Image; and the Third Doctor and Jo Grant answer readers' questions in Matrix Data Bank. Jehosophat!

Is that still not enough for you? Well how about a free giant A1 double-sided poster featuring a Cyberman on one side, and the Doctor and Rose on the other?

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