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



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Doctor Who Magazine 388

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Elisabeth Sladen, star of ‘The Sarah Jane Adventures', talks exclusively to Doctor Who Magazine about her brand new series...


“When Russell first suggested ‘Sarah Jane Adventures', I wondered where they could take her, but she's opened up and I've absolutely relished that. I loved that period of finding things in Sarah Jane, and it's all come back. I'm so pleased.”


Lis also reveals more about forthcoming stories, including the series' dramatic conclusion, ‘The Lost Boy'…


“All hell breaks loose! Sarah Jane tries to do the right thing, but then someone shows her something… and it's not the right thing. There's someone else who knows about the shenanigans in the attic. And Sarah Jane gets the shock of her life, too!”


Also in the issue, there's exclusive access to the set of Series Four's Roman episode with director Colin Teague; new companion Catherine Tate chats about Donna, Daleks and difficult crowds; K9's birthday is celebrated as the magazine looks back fondly over 30 years of the Doctor's metal pooch; actor Noel Clarke reveals what happened when he met the Daleks; the Doctor and Martha are deep in trouble in Part 3 of their latest comic strip adventure ‘The First'; acclaimed writer Steven Moffat talks candidly about who he fancies, childhood hobbies and what makes him cross as he plucks questions from Out of the TARDIS tin; and executive producer Russell T Davies writes about the Things You Don't Write in Production Notes.


Doctor Who Magazine 389

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Peter Davison and David Tennant compare notes on playing the Doctor in a joint interview in this month's Doctor Who Magazine. In an extensive interview with both Doctors they talk about the forthcoming Children in Need Special as well as discussing Davison's time on the show.

Also in this month's issue
- Discover the most popular story of Series Three as the winners of 2007's DWM Awards are revealed
- the writers of The Sarah Jane Adventures share their secrets about the making of the hit CBBC show
- Mickey actor Noel Clarke 'fesses up as he answers questions from Out the TARDIS Tin
- the latest full-colour comic strip, The First, reaches its conclusion
- Russell T Davies confesses his love of multi-Doctor stories in Production Notes
- 1979's Destiny of the Daleks is scrutinised in The Fact of Fiction


Doctor Who Magazine 390

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The new issue of Doctor Who Magazine celebrates its new look with a Christmas cracker - an exclusive interview and photo-shoot with Voyage of the Damned guest star, Kylie Minogue.

Posing with one of Doctor Who's most enduring icons, Kylie tells DWM, "I was in the presence of a legend! I've had to gracefully accept second billing, though. Well, at least I'm younger! The Dalek was in great condition, and bigger than I expected. At least I've met one now, as I didn't in the Christmas issue..."
Kylie also chats about her role in the Doctor Who Christmas Special: "My first day on set was like stepping back in time. I really felt at home being back in the world of TV. I've definitely got the acting bug again!"

Also in this month's new-look DWM, (at 76 pages, it's the biggest issue), there's a preview of the new Christmas Special, with never-before-seen photos; readers ask David Tennant some intimate queries; there's a new complete comic strip adventure; Pompeii scriptwriter James Moran reveals what to expect in his new episode of Doctor Who; The Time Team return to tackle the Sixth Doctor's début story, The Twin Dilemma; discover what happened when the Daleks perused the TARDIS through time and space as Fact of Fiction examines The Chase; and a bonus Fact of Fiction covers the recent Children in Need Special Time Crash.

Add to that, Russell T Davies reveals some episode titles in Production Notes; find out Who on Earth is Bernard Cribbins as DWM talks to the ever-popular actor; there's the 2007 Review of the Year; and a fiendishly tricky Christmas Quiz.

Plus a free double-sided giant poster featuring Kylie Minogue and a Dalek!


Doctor Who Magazine 391

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Voyage of the Damned director James Strong shares his production diary, David Tennant answers more readers' questions, Benjamin Cook gets down and dirty behind the scenes in the second part of the Voyage of the Damned coverage, Marcus Hearn looks back at the life and career of Verity Lambert, a new comic strip begins with part 1 of Universal Monsters, the new series of Torchwood is previewed, plus all the usual goodies


Doctor Who Magazine 392

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Actress Freema Agyman talks exclusively in DWM 392 about her visit to Torchwood and meeting the Sontarans in the forthcoming series of Doctor Who.

Freema laughs as she recalls her first encounter with the squat race of aliens: "When I first saw the guys in prosthetics I couldn't stop giggling. I found them really cute and quite funny! Er, that's probably not the desired reaction, is it? Russell (T Davies, Executive Producer) sent me a text saying, 'It'll be the first time you've towered over a baddie' Ha ha! And I did. I felt quite tall."

Also in this month's feature-packed issue: writer Stephen Greenhorn talks about his forthcoming Series Four episode; director Graham Harper braves questions from Out of the TARDIS Tin; the the Team Team view the voyeurs in Vengeance on Varos; The Fact of Fiction examines the murky truth behind Warriors of the Deep; there's werewolves and weirdness in the full colour comic strip, Part 2 of Universal Monsters; Russell T Davies pays tribute to a very special lady in Production Notes; Neil Harris stresses the importance of location, location, location in You Are Not Alone; discover if Duncan James minds being interviewed on tape in Who on Earth; Sapphire and Steel answer your questions on Voyage of the Damned in the last ever edition of the Matrix Data Bank; plus all the latest Series Four news, previews, reviews, exclusive photos, competitions; and find out if the Doctor can bring some Valentine's Day joy to Bradley and Stacey from EastEnders!


Doctor Who Magazine 394

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Doctor Whos executive producers Russell T Davies, Julie Gardner and Phil Collinson answer the most probing of questions as DWMs readers become the interviewers.

Previews of the first five episodes of Series Four, Partners in Crime, The Fires of Pompeii, Planet of the Ood and The Sontraran Stratagem/The Poison Sky, featuring new and previously unpublished photos!

DWM interviews award-winning writer Steven Moffat who breaks his silence about his forthcoming two-parter, Silence in the Library/River's Run.

Russell T Davies reveals more of Series Four's secrets in Production Notes.

The Fact of Fiction visits a devastated Earth and uncovers the horrific truth behind The Sontaran Experiment.

Actress Jacqueline King talks exclusively about her role as Donna's mum in the new season.

The Doctor experiences a holiday with a deadly difference in a brand new comic strip, Hotel Historia.
Neil Harris recalls the great days of video tape in You Are Not Alone.

Double trouble for the The Time Team as they watch the adventures of The Two Doctors.
PLUS all the latest news, exclusive photos, reviews, previews, competitions and even more!


Doctor Who Magazine 395

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David Tennant and the cast of the latest Doctor Who adventure discuss the war-loving, potato-headed, baddies in the latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine.

"Sontarans are great," beams David, while sitting on a deck chair, and watching a troop of Sontarans march across the Doctor Who set. "I think that's partly because they come from a very specific world. That back story gives them a great context. Robert Holmes didn't just create a race, back in the 1970s: he created a world that they came from. Even if you never saw that planet, you understood why they did what they did."

Also this issue:

An exclusive interview with Georgia Moffett on what it's like being the Doctor's Daughter.

Previews of the next four episodes of Series Four - The Doctor's Daughter, The Unicorn and the Wasp and Silence in the Library and Forest of the Dead – featuring new and previously unpublished photos!

Russell T Davies reveals all about Partners in Crime's top secret scene in Production Notes.

There's a crisis in the Caribbean as Donna makes her comic strip début in Part One of The Widow's Curse.

DWM visits Rome and reveals the true story of how a disaster was created, in an exclusive report on the making of The Fires of Pompeii – featuring interviews with actor Francois Pandolfo and writer James Moran.

Rose returns? Missing planets?! Vanishing bees?!? What can it all mean? We look at the clues.

What are Ood, but a reflection of ourselves? Find out as we go behind-the-scenes on the Ood-sphere and talk to the cast and crew of Planet of the Ood, including Keith Temple, Tim McInnerny, Paul Kasey and Adrian Rawlins.

Actress Louise Jameson tells what it was really like to work with Tom Baker in Doctor Who.

The Time Team discover if Karfel is really as awful as its reputation, as they watch Timelash. PLUS all the latest news, exclusive photos, reviews, previews, competitions and even more!


Doctor Who Magazine 396

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This month sees interviews with Billie Piper, The League of Gentlemen's Steve Pemberton, and actor Joe Dempsie.The Unicorn and the Wasp and The Poison Sky are reviewed and the Merchandise Poll results are announced. All this plus a free double sided poster


Doctor Who Magazine 398

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David Tennant, Catherine Tate, Billie Piper and the entire cast of the spectacular series 4 finale are interviewed in this special collector's edition of DWM.

Plus, Comic Strip action, Russell T Davies OBE and Christmas Special News!

This issue comes with 4 different collectible covers but we cannot offer a choice.



Doctor Who Magazine 399

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There is an exclusive interview with the unforgettable Donna Noble, when Catherine Tate talks exclusively to Doctor Who Magazine

"What's weird is, I was going into an established, loved, successful show, so part of me was thinking, oh God, there's a responsibility there to that," Catherine tells the magazine. "But you can't go on set every day and think, I really hope I don't ruin this for everyone else involved! You just have to realise, yeah, I've taken this job, and the people around me wanted me to do it. Once you get down to the nuts and bolts of making the show, it was absolutely, and I can say this for certain, one of the best experiences of my professional life. Absolutely brilliant. There was just no down point."

Also in the Magazine.

* She was the the original feisty redhead! Bonnie Langford, aka companion Melainie Bush, talks candidly about her turbulant time on Doctor Who in the 1980's

* Manga Doctor Who? Miss Saigon? And the Doctor and Donna at extra-fast speed? Find out what it all means as Executive Producer Julie Gardner tells us what happened when she went to the USA with new showrunner Steven Moffat, in Production Notes.

* There's a multitude of adventures for the Doctor and Donna in a very special 10-page comic strip, The Time of My Life, written by Jonathan Morris with art by Rob Davis.

* It's a close shave for Peri, as The Time Team get their minds warped by The Trial of a Time Lord!

* Pomp and circumstance, and Cybermen! DWM takes an exclusive look at August's Doctor Who Prom and talks to composer Murray Gold and the people who made it happen.

* Some of the Doctor's most fondly remembered companions are back in an all-new series of audio adventures! DWM investigates the range and chats to the Doctor's very first companion Susan, Carole Ann Ford.

* An alien killer on a space bus? The Doctor on a less-than-relaxing holiday? And bees that are far more intelligent than they appear? It can only be Delta and the Bannermen! Fact of Fiction examines one of the Seventh Docto''s most extraordinary adventures.

* Neil Harris discovers the possible future of Doctor Who in You Are Not Alone

* Plus all the very latest news, reviews, previews and competitions!


Doctor Who Magazine 401

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Davros, creator of the Daleks is reborn... in Doctor Who Magazine 401!
DWM talks exclusively to the people responsible for Davros' recent return, including Head Writer Russell T Davies and prosthetics expert Neill Gorton...

Was Russell tempted to use Davros' revival as a means to finally reinvent and clear up some of his complex backstory, once and for all?

“I never really worried about tying his history together,” Russell admits, “except I was convinced he had to have a metal hand, because it was so clearly blown off in Revelation of the Daleks. So no, I didn't do any research as such. I didn't rewatch Genesis, because I wanted to act off my memories. Somehow, that seems a more creative state to be in. I did worry that we never had a proper explanation of his injuries, but then realised that Genesis never did that either, so it was good company to be in! Although I did write a sort of creation story...”

“There was one scene where you were going to see an explosion, and Davros was injured,” recalls Neill. “We weren't actually going to show his face burnt and disfigured in its full gory glory, because it would have been just a little extreme, so I think you were only going to see glimpses of his head, with smoke rising, and his hair burnt off...”

The Fourth Doctor!
Tom Baker's Doctor was the first to meet Davros. And Davros and the Doctor would meet again, many, many times... Philip MacDonald traces the life and times of everybody's favourite megalomaniac and asks just what is it that drives Davros' insane ambitions?

The Fifth Doctor!
The Fact of Fiction is whisked down a time corridor to 1984 and takes a close look at Davros' encounter with Peter Davison's Doctor in Resurrection of the Daleks.

The First Doctor!
His era introduced the Daleks, the best-known monsters of them all. Neil Harris pays tribute to the man who really created the Doctor's iconic enemies, writer Terry Nation, in You Are Not Alone.

The Sixth Doctor!
The children of Davros have returned – and this time it's personal! DWM exclusively talks to the people behind a brand new audio adventure for Colin Baker's Doctor, Brotherhood of the Daleks.

The Tenth Doctor!
Can he save Magenta Pryce from the horrors of the Space Gulag? And just who are the monsters lurking in the depths of the jail? Find out in Part Two of the latest, full colour, comic strip adventure – ThinkTwice.


The Eighth Doctor!
He's back – and he's about to encounter Zygons, Autons, Morbius and more! DWM goes behind the scenes of the latest series of Doctor Who radio adventures, and speaks exclusively to the cast, including Paul McGann, Sheridan Smith, Graeme Garden, Art Malik, Clare Buckfield and James Fleet...

The Seventh Doctor!
It's Time Team and The Rani, as the gang go back to 1987 and get to grips with giant brains and glittery drains in Sylvester McCoy's frankly unbelievable début adventure...

The Third Doctor!
We first met Sarah Jane Smith during Jon Pertwee's years as the Doctor... and her story continues to this day, in the The Sarah Jane Adventures! Join DWM as we watch the filming of the intrepid journalists' latest series, and talk to the cast and crew.

Er... the Ninth Doctor!
Okay, we're getting a bit tenuous now. He's the one that Russell T Davies introduced us to in 2005. Russell takes us backstage at the TV Quick & TV Choice Awards in Production Notes and reveals what happened when the teams who make Doctor Who, Life on Mars and, um, Loose Women met up!

The Second Doctor!
He gets a mention on page 6!

...and The Next Doctor! DWM reports the latest news on the forthcoming Christmas Special – and has news on the Specials of 2009!

Plus! Competitions, reviews... and an exclusive chat with the kids from The Sarah Jane Adventures!


Doctor Who Magazine 402

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The Brig is back! Actor Nicholas Courtney, who first appeared in Doctor Who in 1968, is returning as Brigadier Sir Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart in The Sarah Jane Adventures. DWM caught up with Nick and asked him about his latest call to action.

So, how does Lethbridge-Stewart pop up in Sarah Jane's world again?
"Well, Sarah Jane needs some help, yes. She comes to see me, and when she tells me where she wants to go, my face falls. But we manage!" Nick laughs heartily. "We have a lovely moment. According to the producer, it works very well when Sarah comes into the room, and we're meeting again. Lis has a line, 'I'm going to see an old friend about this,' and the next shot is her coming into my house"

Also in DWM 402

* Major Revelations!
Phil Collinson, the man who oversaw the return of Doctor Who as its producer from 2004-2008, talks frankly to DWM in his first major interview since leaving the series.

* Commander Kaagh!
Kaagh the Sontaran, aka actor Anthony O'Donnell and Mrs Wormwood, aka Samantha Bond, talk exclusively to DWM about the finale of The Sarah Jane Adventures Series Two!

* Chief Caretaker!
Killer robots, girl gangs, murderous caretakers and cannibalistic old ladies – it's all in a day's work for the Time Team! Join them as they “build high for happiness” while watching the 1987 adventure, Paradise Towers.

* Corporal Punishment!
It's a jailhouse shock as all hell breaks loose in the space gulag! DWM's latest comic strip, Thinktwice, reaches its surprising conclusion.

* Private Thoughts!
Doctor Who's Commander-in-Chief, Russell T Davies, confides in DWM readers about Red Bull, Primeval fans and competing against Julie Walters in Production Notes.

* General Musings!
Neil Harris suggests the real reason behind the popularity of Lethbridge-Stewart in You are Not Alone.

* Brigadier Bambera!
The Fact of Fiction examines 1989's Battlefield and finds out just what happened when Lethbridge-Stewart met his successor, Brigadier Winifred Bambera.

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