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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 429

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This issue of Doctor Who Magazine features a preview of the 2010 Christmas Special, A Christmas Carol, and talks exclusively to writer STEVEN MOFFAT, director TOBY HAYNES – and the Doctor himself, MATT SMITH!

 

How did Matt find working with the Special’s guest star, Michael Gambon? “Michael is a naughty man, a naughty actor,” Matt laughs. “He’s hugely interesting, everyone on set could have listened to his stories all day! And then the cameras start rolling and he’s just captivating...”

 

ALSO THIS ISSUE:

 

THE UNIVERSE ACCORDING TO TOM!

To many, he will always be the Doctor! The legendary TOM BAKER doesn’t hold back as he tells DWM what it was really like being the Fourth Doctor – and his true feelings about the others who have starred in the role he made his own.

 

FEELIN’ GROOVY!

The irrepressible KATY MANNING, last seen as Jo Jones (née Grant) in The Sarah Jane Adventures story Death of the Doctor, gives her most revealing interview ever! Discover what happened to the kookiest companion of them all, after she left the Doctor in The Green Death – and just what Katy herself did next...

 

IN THE BLEAK MIDWINTER

Ameila Pond and her young chum Rory discover a wondrous bookshop – one that’s bigger on the inside than than the outside and can take them to undreamed worlds of adventure! Take a magical trip with THE PROFESSOR, THE QUEEN AND THE BOOKSHOP, a brand new comic strip story for Christmas, by Jonathan Morris with art by Rob Davis.

 

THE GHOSTS OF CHRISTMAS FUTURE?

When do kittens, plot arcs and multi-coloured Cybermen (with noses) have in common? Find out, as showrunner STEVEN MOFFAT lets slips secrets about the 2011 series in Production Notes!

 

THAT’S GRAND!

She played the Doctor’s granddaughter, and appeared in the very first episode of Doctor Who in 1963 – and now she’s back! CAROLE ANN FORD, who plays Susan Foreman, talks exclusively to DWM about her latest adventures on audio.

 

A LOAD OF OLD BULL?

Bull-headed monsters, OTT Villains and the Fourth Doctor at his silliest! Yes, it’s time at last for The Fact of Fiction to scrutinise the infamous story that took Doctor Who into the 1980s – THE HORNS OF NIMON!

 

THE MIND ROBBER!

Put down that mince pie and get ready for the ultimate Doctor Who challenge, as the Watcher proudly presents his fiendishly difficult Christmas Quiz – tough enough to tax even the most dedicated fan! How will YOU fare... ?

 

THAT WAS THE YEAR THAT WAS!

DWM takes a look back at one of the most unforgettable years in Doctor Who’s history – this one! Relieve all the highlights of 2010 – the year that saw the début of the Eleventh Doctor’s and Amy – in DWM’s annual review of the year.

 

NEWS OF THE WORLD!

All the news unfit to print! It can only be the annual outing for the SPACE-TIME TELEGRAPH, escaping again for one issue only – don’t miss it!

 

ART CARDS!

By popular demand – a set of three collectible art cards featuring exclusive DWM cover images!

 

PLUS!

All the forthcoming CDs and DVDs previewed; all the latest CD and DVD releases reviewed; the DWM survey for 2010; all the latest OFFICIAL news; TEN terrific prize-winning competitions, including the chance to win a Wii console; and much, much more!

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Doctor Who Magazine 431

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THIS CHARMING MAN
The gloves are off! Doctor Who showrunner STEVEN MOFFAT comes out fighting against the critics in this month’s Production Notes, and explains why the show is for everyone, and not ‘just’ for kids...

BIGMOUTH STRIKES AGAIN!
Tegan is back! No-nonsense Australian JANET FIELDING, recently reunited with her former crewmates for brand new audio adventures, reveals how she was persuaded to return – and what she thinks about Doctor Who today! (Just don’t mention the cricket.)
 
WHAT SHE SAID
The Eighth Doctor’s audio adventures are about to reach an incredible climax! DWM speaks to stars CAROLE ANN FORD, GRAEME GARDEN, SHERIDAN SMITH, NIKY WARDLEY and NICHOLAS BRIGGS about battling the Daleks – and who might die in the process…
 
BARBARISM BEGINS AT HOME
Cannibalistic old ladies, teenage girl gangs, and something very unpleasant in the basement. It can only be the Seventh Doctor’s adventure in PARADISE TOWERS, analysed in The Fact of Fiction. Ice hot!
 
THIS NIGHT HAS OPENED MY EYES
Want to take a trip in the TARDIS? Of course you do! Well, now you can, at the brand new Doctor Who Experience, opening at Kensington Olympia this month. DWM presents an exclusive preview of what to expect…
 
THE BOY WITH THE THORN IN HIS SIDE
Giant heads, blue faces and a whole lot of wood. No longer just a Saturday night in Hoxton – it’s a new adventure for the Time Team, as they travel to witness The End of the World!
 
THESE THINGS TAKE TIME
Continuing our Countdown to the 50 years of Doctor Who, writer Simon Guerrier looks at First Doctor William Hartnell’s second series – a season that saw the series reach incredible heights of popularity...
 
THERE IS A LIGHT THAT NEVER GOES OUT
Doctor Who was one of the most-watched shows last year – but just how well did it go against the rest of television? DWM provides the ultimate guide to how the series fared against the competition in 2010 in Public Image.
 
IS IT REALLY SO STRANGE?
Golden and tank-like or big-bootied and colourful? Toby Hadoke and Jonny Candon go head-to-head as they debate the pros and cons of Dalek design in A Battle of Wits! Will either of them manage to convince you…?
 
HANDSOME DEVIL
A page full of random journeys, supporting artists, fascinating facts and the Bidmead-ometer… it’s another dollop of Who madness in Wotcha!

PLUS!
All the OFFICIAL news, straight from the Doctor Who studios at Upper Boat; forthcoming CDs and DVDs previewed; the latest CDs and DVDs reviewed; your letters; competitions to win an array of exciting Doctor Who merchandise; our fiendish crossword; and much more!

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Doctor Who Magazine 432

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In the new mag there’s news of a special Red Nose-themed mini adventure for our current TARDIS crew, plus DAVID TENNANT, the Tenth Doctor, reveals how he’s getting funny for money in an exclusive new interview.

 

PLUS, there are all these treats to be found inside the new magazine...

 

WAITING FOR GOD

TOBY WHITHOUSE, writer of the forthcoming TV episode THE GOD COMPLEX, talks exclusively to DWM about his previous work on Doctor Who and Torchwood and tells us what’s in store for the TARDIS team in his latest script…

 

“Steven Moffat said ‘The Doctor and Amy are trapped in a hotel and the geography keeps shifting.’ I said, ‘Oh yeah?’ He said, ‘No, that’s literally as far as we’ve got.’” Toby explains. “So that was the starting point. That one line. A lot of the ideas just fell into place...”

 

WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THE LIKELY LAD?

ANDREW SMITH was just a teenager when he wrote for the TV story Full Circle for Doctor Who in 1980 – but what became of him after that? DWM finally tracks Andrew down for an exclusive interview and finds out about his latest Doctor Who scripts…

 

CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM

Doctor Who’s head writer and executive producer, STEVEN MOFFAT, reveals what his predecessor, Russell T Davies, has recently been emailing him about in PRODUCTION NOTES!

 

MEN BEHAVING BADLY

The Watcher proudly presents the ultimate guide to the Doctor’s arch-nemesis! Discover the secrets of every secret identity, every cunning disguise and every sinister incarnation of the Doctor’s most persistent foe in THE WATCHER’S GUIDE TO THE MASTER!

 

GIMME GIMME GIMME

Will one man’s greed cause the destruction of the human race? Find out, as THE FACT OF FICTION puts the colourful 1971 Third Doctor adventure THE CLAWS OF AXOS under the microscope!

 

ONE FOOT IN THE GRAVE

Amy dons a nurse’s outfit as she and the Doctor investigate a series of mysterious disappearances at an old folks’ home. But what lurks in the laundry closet? And who are the faceless children who come visiting after dark? Find out in a new comic strip, DO NOT GO GENTLE INTO THAT GOOD NIGHT, by Jonathan Morris with art by David A Roach!

 

TILL DEATH US DO PART

THE TIME TEAM unearth a curious tale of zombies and Charles Dickens, as their continuing mission leads them to Victorian Cardiff for the Ninth Doctor adventure THE UNQUIET DEAD!

 

ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS

DWM takes a nostalgic look back Series Three – a time when William Hartnell starred as the First Doctor in some of the most amazing adventures the show has ever seen – as the COUNTDOWN TO 50 continues…

 

JUST GOOD FRIENDS

Should Doctor Who celebrate its continuity? Or is it better to break with the past and have all-new adventures? DWM sparring partners, TOBY HADOKE and JOHNNY CANDON confront the controversy in A BATTLE OF WITS!

 

AS TIME GOES BY

The much-anticipated fourth series of the Doctor Who audio spin-off, GALLIFREY, is out this month! DWM talks to the people responsible for the continuing adventures of Romana, Leela and K9, including LOUISE JAMESON, GARY RUSSELL and SCOTT HANDCOCK.

 

EXTRAS

A History of Doctor Who in a 100 Objects, The Six Faces of Delusion, Supporting Artist of the Month and much more – revel in the madness in the latest WOTCHA!

 

PLUS! All the latest official news, previews, reviews, competitions, another prize-winning crossword, and much, much more!

 

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Doctor Who Magazine 434

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MR GRUMPY FACE!

Doctor Who’s head writer and showrunner STEVEN MOFFAT relates tales of special screenings, slurred speeches and stopping spoilers in his latest PRODUCTION NOTES...

 

ASTRAL AMERICA!

DWM flies off to the USA and goes on the road with the cast and crew of THE IMPOSSIBLE ASTRONAUT in a behind-the-scenes report, featuring exclusive chats with stars MATT SMITH, KAREN GILLAN, ADWM talks exclusively to acclaimed writer NEIL GAIMAN, who reveals secrets about his script for one of the most eagerly-anticipated Doctor Who adventures ever – THE DOCTOR’S WIFE! But who on earth is she...?

 

 

“If this episode works like it’s meant to work,” Neil tells DWM, “you will go from curiosity, thinking ‘who is this person?’ – to amusement – ‘She’s very funny, she’s mad, oh my God, she’s biting him, she’s a bit weird! – to irritation – ‘Why is she so high and mighty?’ – to heartbreak, genuine, absolute real heartbreak. And to joy.”

 

ALSO THIS ISSUE:

 

PIRATES AND OOD AND LIVING FLESH!

Take a sneak-peak at Episodes 3, 4, 5 and 6 of the new series as DWM previews THE CURSE OF THE BLACK SPOT, THE DOCTOR’S WIFE, THE REBEL FLESH and THE ALMOST PEOPLE – featuring never-before-seen photos and exclusive interviews with writers STEVE THOMPSON, NEIL GAIMAN and MATTHEW GRAHAM.

 

AHOY THERE, CAPTAIN!

Ha-harr, me hearties! DWM interviews HUGH BONNEVILLE, star of THE CURSE OF THE BLACK SPOT, about his role as beardy pirate captain Henry Avery...RTHUR DARVILL and ALEX KINGSTON, and director TOBY HAYNES...

 

CYBERMEN, YETIS AND ICE WARRIORS!

It’s back to the 60s as COUNTDOWN TO 50 takes a nostalgic look back at Series Six, the Second Doctor season that saw the show get darker and scarier than ever before...

 

WELCOME TO THE PLEASURE DOME!

Amy’s trapped in a psychedelic nightmare, while the Doctor lies helpless, a victim of the sinister Dark! The latest comic strip adventure, FOREVER DREAMING by Jonathan Morris with art by Adrian Salmon, reaches it startling conclusion...

 

WAR! WHAT IS IT GOOD FOR?

THE TIME TEAM go back to Number 10 Downing Street to watch the Ninth Doctor and Rose battle the Slitheen. Just what will they make of WORLD WAR THREE?

 

JE T’AIME!

There’s Kissing, Courtiers and Clockwork People as the Tenth Doctor has a dangerous liaison with Madame de Pompadour – THE FACT OF FICTION reveals everything you’ll ever need to know about 2006’s THE GIRL IN THE FIREPLACE...

 

TIME MEDDLERS?

Should Doctor Who feature purely historical stories? Or should the adventures always feature sci-fi elements? There’s only one way to find out… by reading the opinions of TOBY HADOKE and JOHNNY CANDON as they engage in the latest BATTLE OF WITS...

 

PLUS! All the latest official news, previews, reviews, competitions, more madness from the Watcher, another prize-winning crossword, and much, much more!

 

AND! A FREE giant-size, double-sided poster!

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Doctor Who Magazine 437

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TORCHWOOD, the smash-hit spin-off from Doctor Who, is back for a spectacular new 10-part series. Doctor Who Magazine 437 goes behind the scenes to talk to the cast and crew of this extraordinary adventure, including stars JOHN BARROWMAN (Captain Jack), EVE MYLES (Gwen Cooper), MEKHI PHIFER (Rex Matheson), ALEXA HAVINS (Esther Drummond), KAI OWEN (Rhys Williams), LAUREN AMBROSE (Jilly Kitzinger) and head writer and creator RUSSELL T DAVIES.

 

DWM asked John Barrowman, could Jack ever return to Doctor Who?

“Yes, I want to come back!” says John. “The beautiful thing about Doctor Who is, it’s time travel. Matt’s Doctor could go back before Jack met his Doctor. Or Matt’s Doctor could meet a darker Jack...? That’s fine too. There are ways to do it. When he’s in Doctor Who, Jack is very different to the Jack that’s in Torchwood. Everybody knows my love of Doctor Who, and I would do it at the drop of a hat.”

 

ALSO THIS ISSUE:

 

CALLED TO ACTION!

Five remarkable individuals joined the Doctor in his fight against Amy’s kidnappers in A GOOD MAN GOES TO WAR – but could they return to help him again? Find out as DWM talks exclusively to the actors who played them: SIMON FISHER-BECKER (the ‘fat, old, and blue’ Dorium Maldovar), NEVE McINTOSH (Silurian warrior Madame Vastra), CATRIN STEWART (Victorian maid Jenny), DAN STARKEY (lactating Sontaran Strax) and CHRISTINA CHONG (forest-dwelling soldier Lorna Bucket).

 

STORYTELLERS

Doctor Who’s showrunner Steven Moffat presents an exclusive guide to the writers of the new series. Find out who’s a wimp, who’s a polymath and who’ll break you heart (twice) in PRODUCTION NOTES...

 

MASTERPIECES

It was the season that gave us Axons, Dæmons and Autons... and which introduced the Doctor’s arch-enemy, the Master! DWM takes a nostalgic look back at the adventures of the Third Doctor, Jo and the Brigadier in 1971’s Series Eight, as Countdown to 50! continues.

 

TIME FOR A SHOCK!

As Amy and the Doctor struggle against the ravages of time, they’re shocked when an old enemy appears… Don’t miss the thrilling final chapter of the latest comic strip adventure, APOTHEOSIS, written by Jonathan Morris with art by Dan McDaid!

 

ROY’S ROLES

DWM pays tribute to the late ROY SKELTON, the versatile actor who was the voice of dozens of characters, including the Daleks and Cybermen in Doctor Who... and Zippy and George in Rainbow.

 

NICE DAY FOR A WHITE WEDDING

Emma, Michael, Chris and Will get their hankies ready as they prepare watch the emotionally-charged, time-twisting Ninth Doctor story FATHER’S DAY. Who will blub and who will retain their composure? Find out in THE TIME TEAM...

 

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY!

To celebrate the release of the 150th audio adventure in the regular monthly range, DWM catches up with the men behind Big Finish. Producers JASON HAIGH-ELLERY, NICHOLAS BRIGGS and DAVID RICHARDSON talk candidly about the past and future of the range – including the new series featuring the Fourth Doctor, Tom Baker...

 

SPOILT FOR CHOICE?

What’s best – assiduously avoiding all spoilers, or finding out as much as possible about future episodes of Doctor Who? TOBY HADOKE and JOHNNY CANDON argue the pros and cons in the latest (spoiler-free!) BATTLE OF WITS!

 

SMUGGLED IN

The First Doctor, Ben and Polly enters a world of skullduggery, murder and deceit as they take on a band of merciless pirates – erstwhile crew of the notorious Captain Avery! Join THE FACT OF FICTION as it goes back in time to reveal a treasure trove of secrets concerning the 1966 adventure THE SMUGGLERS...

 

PLUS! All the latest official news, TV and merchandise reviews, previews, competitions, a prize-winning crossword and much, much more!

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Doctor Who Magazine 438

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Doctor Who is back on TV for a brand new series! DWM catches up with its stars, Matt Smith (the Doctor) and Karen Gillan (Amy Pond) and asks, what do they think about the controversial title of the first episode, Let’s Kill Hitler?

Matt cracks up. “It’s Steven [Moffat, writer of Let’s Kill Hitler] being brilliant and mischievous. Also, it’s a direct reference to a line in the episode…”

“Pretty intense laughter from me, too,” confirms Karen Gillan, who plays Amy Pond, “when Steven told us. It’s just the best title ever… We were, like, ‘Amazing.’ I just love it, because it sounds a little bit controversial. But the subject matter is tackled really well in the episode...”

“Hitler was through and through, appallingly, disgustingly evil,” points out Steven Moffat. “Hitler would be deeply pissed off to know that we treated him as a minor comic character in an episode of Doctor Who. But actually the Hitler story is a bit of a red herring. It’s actually a blatant continuation of A Good Man Goes to War...”

 

 

ALSO THIS ISSUE:

THINGS TO COME

DWM previews the first four stories of the season – LET’S KILL HITLER, NIGHT TERRORS, THE GIRL WHO WAITED and THE GOD COMPLEX – and talks to stars MATT SMITH, KAREN GILLAN and ALEX KINGSTON (River Song) as well as all the writers: STEVEN MOFFAT, MARK GATISS, TOM MacRAE and TOBY WHITHOUSE. With never-before-seen photographs and candid insights into each episode, prepare to have your appetite well and truly whetted!

 

TOUGH CROWD

Doctor Who’s showrunner STEVEN MOFFAT faces his toughest crowd, in what his wife describes as ‘the best interview he’s ever given’, in PRODUCTION NOTES.

 

HERR TODAY

Actor ALBERT WELLING is interrogated by DWM about his role in Doctor Who as the (second) greatest war criminal in history – Adolf Hitler.

 

LOOK, WHO’S TALKING?

DWM tries to get a word in edgeways as MATT SMITH and the guest star in The God Complex, DAVID WALLIAMS, interview each other!

 

MIRACLE WORKERS

Writer JANE ESPENSON, TOM PRICE (Sgt Andy Davidson) and BILL PULLMAN (convicted killer Oswald Danes) talk exclusively to DWM about their role in the spectacular new spin-off from Doctor Who, TORCHWOOD: MIRACLE DAY.

 

PERFECT DAY

The classic 1972 story Day of the Daleks just got better! DWM finds out how a Special Edition of this classic 1972 Third Doctor story was created for its much-anticipated DVD release, and talks to the men responsible: producer STEVE BROSTER, audio expert MARK AYRES and the voice of the Daleks, NICHOLAS BRIGGS.

 

MONSTER INVASION

DWM takes a nostalgic look back at the 1972 season of Doctor Who – a series that saw the Third Doctor face the Sea Devils, the Ice Warriors and the dreaded Daleks – as our COUNTDOWN TO 50 continues.

 

A NEW DIRECTION

The Doctor is dead, the world is in turmoil and only Donna Noble can save the Earth! THE FACT OF FICTION looks back to the acclaimed 2008 adventure TURN LEFT and uncovers the many secrets hidden within the story.

 

TWEET, TWEET!

Want to know what the Sixth Doctor is doing right now? Or fancy reading what the writers of Doctor Who are thinking about today? Then you need Twitter! DWM proudly presents an invaluable guide to the Doctor Who people you should follow in 2011.

 

KIDS THESE DAYS…

It’s been the subject of much heated debate: have fans today never had it so good? Or were things more fun in the ‘good old days’, before Doctor Who became so easily accessible? JOHNNY CANDON and TOBY HADOKE argue the pros and cons of the case in A BATTLE OF WITS!

 

MUM’S THE WORD

It was Steven Moffat’s first script for Doctor Who, and introduced the character of Captain Jack Harkness. But what will THE TIME TEAM make of the 2005 Ninth Doctor and Rose adventure, THE EMPTY CHILD/THE DOCTOR DANCES…?

 

THE IMPOSSIBLE CHRONONAUT

The Doctor and Amy pursue the impossible girl, Chiyoko, through time and space – and get a nasty surprise when then catch up with her – in the first part of a brand new comic strip adventure, THE CHILD OF TIME, by JONATHAN MORRIS with art by MARTIN GERAGHTY.

 

WHO’S ROUND?

The mysterious Watcher discusses the Doctor’s drinking, challenges readers with the Six Faces of Delusion and celebrates another unsung hero from the supporting cast in WOTCHA!

 

PLUS! All the latest official news, TV and merchandise reviews, previews, competitions, a prize-winning crossword and much, much more!

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Doctor Who Magazine 439

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Doctor Who Magazine 439 previews the astonishing climax to the current series, THE WEDDING OF RIVER SONG, and interviews star Alex Kingston (River Song) about her forthcoming nuptials...

“Towards the end of this episode, we have one of the most exciting sequences we’ve ever done,” Alex reveals. “While this battle is going on, there are scenes between the Doctor, River, Amy and Rory where the final jigsaw pieces are put in place. Um…” She’s choosing her words carefully now. “Let’s put it this way: there’s a big revelation about River, and River gets a big revelation about the Doctor…”

 

ALSO THIS ISSUE:

 

BUSINESS UNUSUAL

DWM catches up with GARETH ROBERTS and finds out about his latest episode, CLOSING TIME, his forthcoming novelisation of Douglas Adams’ SHADA, and how to write for the most complex character on TV – the Doctor!

 

THE GIRL WHO WAITED – AND THE BOY WHO WROTE IT

DWM chats to KAREN GILLAN and ARTHUR DARVILL, Amy and Rory Pond, about the heart-breaking episode THE GIRL WHO WAITED – and interviews the story’s writer TOM MacRAE about his remarkable script, the immersive theatre production CRASH OF THE ELYSIUM and the secrets of creating great drama.

 

PARTING IS SUCH SWEET SORROW

STEVEN MOFFAT, Doctor Who’s showrunner, says fond farewells and recalls initial encounters with two of the most important people on the show in PRODUCTION NOTES.

 

EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED

What do Buddy Holly, Alan Turning and the dodo have in common? Discover the answer in the second part of the thrilling new comic strip adventure THE CHILD OF TIME, by Jonathan Morris with art by Martin Geraghty.

 

PAST AND FUTURE GLORIES

DWM revisits Doctor Who’s tenth season – five fantastic stories, featuring Jon Pertwee’s Third Doctor, that celebrated the past and lay seeds for the future – as COUNTDOWN TO 50 continues.

 

DELETE! DELETE!

108 episodes of Doctor Who have been wiped from the archives and no longer exist. That’s terrible, right? Or is it? DWM’s JONNY CANDON and TOBY HADOKE argue the surprising pros and cons in the latest BATTLE OF WITS.

 

IT’LL BE ALL REICH ON THE NIGHT

River Song herself, ALEX KINGSTON, takes DWM behind the scenes of LET’S KILL HITLER and reveals her thoughts on River’s past – and future – in Doctor Who…

 

YOU GOTTA HAVE FAITH!

A creepy clown, Weeping Angels and a marauding Minotaur – yes, it’s possibly the weirdest story this year, THE GOD COMPLEX! DWM chats on set to the cast and crew of this a-maze-ing tale, including stars MATT SMITH, KAREN GILLAN and ARTHUR DARVILL, writer TOBY WHITHOUSE and the Minotaur itself – SPENCER WILDING.

 

THE FINAL ADVENTURES

PHIL FORD, head writer on THE SARAH JANE ADVENTURES, gives DWM readers an exclusive preview of what to expect in all three stories of the fifth and final series of the popular CBBC spin-off from Doctor Who.

 

EXCUSE DAVID, HE’S A BIT OF A FAN…

DAVID WALLIAMS, star of THE GOD COMPLEX, talks about his memorable role as the cowardly alien, Gibbis, and confesses his long-term love of all things Doctor Who.

 

BOOM! BOOM!

Emma, Chris, Michael and Will take a trip to sunny Wales and watch the Ninth Doctor, Rose, Captain Jack and Mickey take on Margaret Slitheen – what on Earth will THE TIME TEAM make of BOOM TOWN?

 

PLUS! All the latest official news, TV and merchandise reviews, previews, competitions, a prize-winning crossword and much, much more!

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Doctor Who Magazine 440

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DOCTOR WHO MAGAZINE celebrates the life of ELISABETH SLADEN in a special 100-page issue, packed with rare and never-before-published photos, dedicated to the actress who played the best-loved companion of them all –  Sarah Jane Smith. Among those paying tribute are Doctors TOM BAKER, DAVID TENNANT and MATT SMITH.
 
Tom describes Lis’ death in April as “a terrible blow,” and remembers being overwhelmed by the public reaction. “Such an outpouring of grief, the spontaneous grief of people, the extravagance of people saying how great and wonderful she was, sprang out of that shock that we’ve lost part of a culture generated by a programme that goes back… well, she was with me in 1974, and she only died this year. She was a piece of television, wasn’t she? A piece of people’s lives, their childhoods…”

ALSO THIS ISSUE:
 
REMEMBERING ELISABETH SLADEN
Family, friends and colleagues, including BRIAN and SADIE MILLER, KATY MANNING, JOHN BARROWMAN, LOUISE JAMESON, SOPHIE ALDRED, RICHARD FRANKLIN, JOHN LEVENE, PHILIP HINCHLIFFE, TERRANCE DICKS, CHRISTOPHER BARRY, GRAEME HARPER and many more, share their personal memories of Lis.

THE DOCTOR’S BEST FRIEND
DWM
takes an in-depth look at the life and times of Elisabeth Sladen, from her childhood in Liverpool, through to her starring roles in Doctor Who and The Sarah Jane Adventures.
 
THE FINAL INTERVIEW
DWM
presents Elisabeth Sladen’s final magazine interview, originally conducted for Radio Times in 2010, and published here exclusively in full for the first time.
 
INTRODUCING MISS SMITH
It was the series that saw the first appearance of Sarah Jane Smith – and the departure of the Third Doctor. DWM looks at a year of Daleks, Ice Warriors and Sontarans as COUNDOWN TO 50 reaches 1973/4’s Series Eleven!
 
THE LAST ADVENTURES
DWM
catches up with PHIL FORD, the Head Writer of THE SARAH JANE ADVENUTRES, and stars DANIEL ANTHONY, ANJLI MOHINDRA and SINEAD MICHAEL, about working with Lis and making the final series of the top-rated CBBC spin-off from Doctor Who.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
Doctor Who’s showrunner STEVEN MOFFAT has some confidential thoughts to share exclusively with DWM readers in the 100th edition of Production Notes!
 
WORLD’S END!
The Doctor, Amy and Alan Turing are on a mission to stop Chiyoko – and save the human race – in Episode 3 of the latest comic strip, THE CHILD OF TIME by Jonathan Morris with art by Martin Geraghty.
 
GAME ON!
The Doctor on Big Brother. Rose on The Weakest Link. And Captain Jack with the makeover from hell! DWM’s TIME TEAM – Emma, Chris, Will and Michael – travels to the year 200,100 and watches the penultimate Ninth Doctor story, BAD WOLF as their mission to watch every episode in order continues!  
 
WOTCHA, SARAH JANE!
The Watcher uncovers a feast of fantastic facts about everyone’s favourite investigative journalist, in WOTCHA!
 
 
PLUS!
All the latest official news, reviews of TV and merchandise reviews, previews, competitions, a prize-winning crossword and much, much more!

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Doctor Who Magazine 441

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Doctor Who Magazine 441 asks MARCUS WILSON to give us a peek under the Christmas tree to see what’s waiting to be unwrapped on Christmas Day, in an exclusive, in-depth interview with Doctor Who’s producer…

“It’s Christmas turned up to 12. It’s the most Christmassy Christmas Special we’ve ever seen. It’s a lovely, heart-warming, touching tale. It’s literally magical. It’s full of the usual concoction of things that spew out of Steven’s imagination. You’re going, ‘How can you have that and that in the same story?’ – and yet it works…”

ALSO THIS ISSUE:
 
HOLDING THE BABY
DWM
talks to CLOSING TIME director, STEVE HUGHES, who reveals the secrets of turning a department store into a haunted house, giving the Cybermats teeth, and defending the honour of Adric!
 
LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON
DWM
goes behind the scenes of SERPENT CREST, AudioGO’s latest series of audio dramas featuring Tom Baker as the Fourth Doctor, and talks exclusively to DAVID TROUGHTON – who joins the cast to take on his father’s role as the Second Doctor!
 
HERE’S TO THE FUTURE!
Executive producer Steven Moffat writes about experiencing Christmas in the snow, his plans for Doctor Who in 2012, and the series’ 50th anniversary, in PRODUCTION NOTES!

SCHOOL WINNERS!
DWM
joins the crew of DOCTOR WHO CONFIDENTIAL and visits the pupils of Oakley Junior School to meet MATT SMITH and watch their winning entry for the ‘Script to Screen’ competition, DEATH IS THE ONLY ANSWER – featuring Albert Einstein and an Ood!
 
AND THE WINNERS ARE…
The results of the DWM merchandise poll for the most popular books, audios, and DVDs of 2010 are revealed at last – along with your views on DWM itself!
 
SHOCK RETURN
THE FACT OF FICTION is filled with fascinating facts and sinister Cybermen, as it focuses its attention on the much-loved Fifth Doctor adventure from 1982, EARTHSHOCK!
 
LET’S HAVE A PARTY… OR NOT?
As the 50th anniversary of DOCTOR WHO approaches in 2013, how best to mark the occasion – celebrate the past with a multi-Doctor extravaganza or pave the way to the future with something new, original and completely unexpected? There’s only one way to decide… get debating duo TOBY HADOKE and JOHNNY CANDON to argue the toss in A BATTLE OF WITS!
 
THE CHILD OF TIME
The Doctor, Amy and Alan Turing face their ultimate encounter with the time-twisting Chiyoko in the thrilling climax to the Eleventh Doctor’s latest comic-strip adventure, THE CHILD OF TIME by JONATHAN MORRIS with art by MARTIN GERAGHTY!
 
GOING FOURTH
It’s the season that saw the return of the Daleks, the Cybermen and the Sontarans… and the very first appearance of Davros! Discover more as DWM’s COUNTDOWN TO 50 looks back at 1974/5’s Series Twelve and the début of Tom Baker as the Fourth Doctor.
 
IT’S ALL BEEN FANTASTIC!
The Time Team shed a tear as they reach the end of the Ninth Doctor era with THE PARTING OF THE WAYS – what will Emma, Michael, Chris and Will make of the Time Lord’s encounter with the Dalek Emperor and the Bad Wolf?
 
PLUS! All the latest official news, TV and merchandise reviews, previews, competitions, a prize-winning crossword and much, much more!

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Doctor Who magazine 442

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Doctor Who Magazine 442 previews Christmas Day’s Doctor Who Special, The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe, and goes behind the scenes to see the fantasy brought to life by the talented cast and crew, including the Eleventh Doctor himself, Matt Smith:
“This is one of my favourite Doctor Who episodes ever, for a number of reasons: the scale of it, the tone of it, the Doctor at Christmas… It’s him at his best. He’s on his finest form.”

ALSO THIS ISSUE:
 
DOCTEUR QUI
He was scared of the Sea Devils and performs a Belgian jazz version of the Doctor Who theme tune as part of his act. Life-long fan BILL BAILEY tells DWM that it’s a dream come true to be playing Commander Droxil in The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe.

TIME LORD LAND LORD
Tenth Doctor, David Tennant was once her lodger, now she’s an armour-clad soldier in the Christmas Special. DWM talks to ARABELLA WEIR about playing Billis.
 
THE BOY IN THE STRIPED PYJAMAS
Nine-year-old MAURICE COLE, who plays young Cyril Arwell in The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe, tells DWM all about living out a Christmas fantasy with the Doctor – but he still has to find time to do his homework.
 
CHRISTMAS HOLLY
Teenage Lily Arwell gets a Christmas that she will never forget when she meets the Doctor in The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe. Actress HOLLY EARL talks to DWM about confronting monsters and keeping secrets.

CHOCKS AWAY!
He was the voice of Mr Smith in The Sarah Jane Adventures but now he’s in front of the cameras as RAF pilot Reg Arwell in the Doctor Who Christmas Special. ALEXANDER ARMSTRONG takes flight with DWM.
 
YOU’RE ASKING THE QUESTIONS…
Doctor Who showrunner, STEVEN MOFFAT turns over his regular PRODUCTION NOTES this issue to answer some of the burning questions put to him – via Twitter – by you, the readers!
 
YULETIDE WHO
How many Doctor Who Christmas Specials have there been? More than you might think, as the Watcher points out in his festive WATCHER’S GUIDE TO CHRISTMAS!
 
LOOKING BACK
It’s the final issue of 2011 and DWM takes a moment to look back at the events – both happy and sad – that have come our way in THE DWM REVIEW OF 2011.
 
YONDER THE YETI…
Alan Barnes wraps up warm for a Tibetan escapade as he scrutinises the 1967 story, The Abominable Snowmen in FACT OF FICTION.
 
I’M ASKING THE QUESTIONS…
The Watcher is back to tax your brains once more with his annual, fiendishly festive CHRISTMAS QUIZ!
 
13 – LUCKY FOR SOME!
DWM
’s COUNTDOWN TO 50 reaches Series Thirteen and sees the last remnants of the past being cast off to make way for a new, darker and more frightening version of Doctor Who.
 
IN WITH THE NEW!
The Time Team relive Christmas past! Emma, Michael, Chris and Will say ‘Hello’ to the Tenth Doctor as he makes his début in The Christmas Invasion and defends the world against the alien Sycorax.
 
NEW FOR OLD?
Is it right to recast old Doctors with new actors? Or can no-one ever replace the originals? TOBY HADOKE and JOHNNY CANDON once again find themselves at loggerheads as they each fight their corner in A BATTLE OF WITS.
 
BEWARE OF GREEKS…
The Doctor, Amy and Rory come over all classical when they take a trip ancient Greece. But it’s not long before they feel the wrath of the gods, in the first part of a brand new comic-strip adventure, THE CHAINS OF OLYMPUS by Scott Gray, with art by Mike Collins.
 
TOP OF THE POPS!
It’s that time again! DWM invites you to cast your vote for your favourite episodes, CDs, books, DVDs and DWM features in the annual DWM SEASON SURVEY.

PLUS! Three FREE collectable art cards, all the latest official news, TV and merchandise reviews, previews, competitions, a prize-winning crossword and much, much more!

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Doctor Who Magazine 443

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With a choice of two covers.

In this issue:

Menace from The Past - Two 1960s episodes of Doctor Who, thought lost forever, have been found! DWM presents the first review of Galaxy 4: Air Lock and The Underwater Menace Episode Two, and examines how they were recovered. We also chat to the people who starred in them, including stars Maureen O'Brien, Frazer Hines and Anneke Wills.

 

Watch in Wonder! - Writer, actor, novelist and all round gentleman, Mark Gatiss tells of the thrill of watching the recovered episodes – and gives reveals some tantalising hints about his next Doctor Who script – in Production Notes.  

 

More Janis Thorns! - The Fourth Doctor and Leela are reunited in a brand new series of audio adventures! DWM goes behind the scenes and catches up with Tom Baker and Louise Jameson as they prepare to battle the Master, the Daleks, Kraals and more...

 

Let's Shoot Hitler! - DWM interviews dynamic director Richard Senior about Let's Kill Hitler, recording special scenes for DVD, and his life-long love of Doctor Who.  

 

Assassins and Talons and Hands, Oh My! - It was the season that saw the departure of Sarah Jane, the arrival of Leela, and the Fourth Doctor face some of his most terrifying foes... Countdown to 50! continues with a look back to the 70s and Series 14...  

 

New New York, New New York - The Time Team revisit the year five billion and watch what happened when the Doctor and Rose met Cat Nuns, Cassandra and the Face of Boe. What will Emma, Chris, Michael and Will make of New Earth?  

 

Gods and Monsters - The Gods are angry and ancient Greece will suffer their wrath! The Doctor, Rory and Amy face the mighty Zeus himself in Part Two of the new comic strip adventure, The Chains of Olympus, written by Scott Gray and drawn by Mike Collins.  

 

We Love the Doctor! - Romance! Aliens! And the Electric Light Orchestra! The Fact of Fiction puts the Tenth Doctor and Rose adventure Love & Monsters under the microscope, with exclusive additional comments from writer Russell T Davies!  

 

Money, Money, Money - The Watcher reveals the surprising relationship that the Doctor has with filthy lucre, celebrates another supporting artist, and challenges readers with The Six Faces of Delusion in Wotcha!

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Doctor Who Magazine 444

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The new Doctor Who Magazine delves into the history of Doctor Who's wiped episodes, how their film copies were made and sold around the world during the 1960s and 1970s, and how some might still exist somewhere today? What are their chances of survival ... the answers might surprise you ...

 

Also in this issue:

 

Old Friends, New Faces - As work begins on the new series of Doctor Who, showrunner Steven Moffat takes DWM readers into his confidence, and looks ahead to the final fate of Amy and Rory – and just what might happen next...

Sha-Daaaa! - At last, more than 30 years since the TV production was abandoned, Shada has been completed – thanks to BBC Books! DWM talks to author Gareth Roberts about the challenges of writing a novel based on Douglas Adams' lost 'Fourth Doctor' story.

Rutans, Sontarans and Giant Prawns - DWM goes back to the 1977 and celebrates the season which introduced K9 and attempted some of the most ambitious stories in Doctor Who's history, as Countdown to 50! continues.

An Olympian Task! - The Doctor and his new Greek philosopher chum Socrates meet the Gods of Olympus, while Amy and Rory face danger in ancient Athens! Don't miss the latest thrilling instalment of the brand new comic strip, The Chains of Olympus by Scott Gray, with art by Mike Collins.

Fire and Ice - Go on an ANT hunt, explore the Ice Caves and feel the Dragon's fire! With fascinating new facts and photos, The Fact of Fiction guides you through the 1987 Seventh Doctor story that introduced Ace – Dragonfire!

It Must Be Love - If the love of your life is a Doctor Who fan, should you share their enthusiasm or leave them to it? Katherine Hadoke (wife of Toby) and Gigi Candon (wife of Johnny) discuss the pros and cons as the regular DWM debaters defer to their better halves in A Battle of Wives!

An Alien Werewolf in Scotland - The Tenth Doctor and Rose team up with Queen Victoria to battle a savage werewolf in Scotland, 1879! With their mistletoe at the ready, what will The Time Team of Emma, Chris, Will and Michael make of Tooth and Claw?

Essential Reading - The mysterious Watcher remembers a landmark in Doctor Who publishing, champions another Supporting Artist of the Month and challenges readers with his Six Faces of Delusion. Don't miss the latest Wotcha!

PLUS! All the latest official news, reviews of TV and merchandise reviews, previews, competitions, a prize-winning crossword – and much, much more!

 

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