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Doctor Who: Scratchman (Hardcover Novel)

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Category: Original Doctor Who Novels

In his first-ever Doctor Who novel, Tom Baker’s incredible imagination is given free rein. A story so epic it was originally intended for the big screen, Scratchman is a gripping, white-knuckle thriller almost forty years in the making.


The Doctor, Harry and Sarah Jane Smith arrive at a remote Scottish island, when their holiday is cut short by the appearance of strange creatures – hideous scarecrows, who are preying on the local population. The islanders are living in fear, and the Doctor vows to save them all. But it doesn’t go to plan – the time travellers have fallen into a trap, and Scratchman is coming for them.


With the fate of the universe hanging in the balance, the Doctor must battle an ancient force from another dimension, one who claims to be the Devil. Scratchman wants to know what the Doctor is most afraid of. And the Doctor’s worst nightmares are coming out to play…


The Black Archive 27: The Face of Evil

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Category: Black Archive, The

‘You know, the very powerful and the very stupid have one thing in common…’


When Robert Holmes and Philip Hinchcliffe asked Chris Boucher to write about a civilisation that breaks down when its controlling computer fails, Boucher handed in an outline called ‘The Day God Went Mad’. The finished serial, retitled The Face of Evil (1977), featured a giant stone face of the fourth Doctor and the introduction of Leela.


This volume of the Black Archive puts the ‘mad god’ Xoanon on the couch for analysis – but also examines the stereotypes of ‘madness’ and Freudian explanations for behaviour that pervade the serial (and the series).


Viewing the serial through a psychological lens uncovers answers to many questions, including whether the different Doctors are really so different, what madness means in Doctor Who, why exactly Leela’s eyes had to be brown, and whether Boucher really based his script on a novel by Harry Harrison. Bonus features include a report on a study of the Doctor’s personality and a new interview with Boucher.


Faction Paradox: The Book of the Peace

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Category: Faction Paradox Books

The Book Of The Peace


– being the only accurate record of the end of the War between the Great Houses and their Enemy, and the effects thereof on the denizens of the Spiral Politic and wider universe in the period in which the armistice was negotiated and signed.


– presenting the accounts of a small number of subjects from a range of time periods and places, using their individual perspectives to provide an experience-base from which broader generalisations may be made.


– including several carefully selected case studies, forming a history of the immediate aftermath of the Peace ‘from below’.


Iris Wildthyme: Wild Thymes on the 22

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Category: Iris Wildthyme Books

Iris has always been a bit of a name-dropper. She was there when it all began, when it peaked, when it started going pear-shaped. Iris was there: tinkering with the spaceship design on the Star Wars set, upsetting Warhol’s films in the Factory, sexing it up with Chaucer, conjuring ghosts with Kate Bush, cross-dressing and undressing with Fanny and Stella, and arguing for her very existence with a nefarious biographer known as Magrs…


Pop star, fashion diva, writer, artiste, botherer, ratbag and liar. She’s done it all. Or undone it all.


Now, in this exclusive tell-all collection, taken from her journals, we hear Iris in her own words and get the inside gossip on her wild times…


Raiding Iris’ diaries this time around are…


The Heart Pendulums – Steve Cole

Rain and Regency – Neil Chester

Iris Wildthyme & the Bush Offensive – Stewart Sheargold

Drowned in Moonlight – Kenneth James McGowan

The Most Faithful Panda in the World – Richard Wright

Hillbilly Heavens – Brad Wolfe

The Haberdasher’s Tale – Brendan Jones

The Exploding Somewhat Inevitable – Philip Marsh

The Brightest Stars in the Demimonde – Matthew Bright

Starstation to Starstation – Jon Wesley Huff

The Magrs Conundrum! – Vivienne Fox

Untitled No. 22 – Cody Schell


Myth Makers: Bonnie Langford

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Category: Reeltime Myth Makers, Drama and Documentary DVDs

Interview with Bonnie includes behind-the-scenes bonus and biog


Thirteenth Doctor Sonic Screwdriver

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Category: Doctor Who Toys and Collectibles

Replica of the Thirteenth Doctor’s electronic screwdriver with lights and sound FX. In the show, the Thirteenth Doctor, played by Jodie Whittaker, explores the Universe with her sonic screwdriver in hand, travelling space and time, sorting right from wrong and saving civilizations throughout the galaxy. The new electronic sonic screwdriver from Character Options is the perfect replica of this Doctor’s essential and must trusted devise; fully lighting up when activated and featuring brand new diagnostic sound FX. With its ergonomic design, it is instantly distinguishable from any Sonic Screwdriver that has gone before it. Requires 3 x LR44 button cell batteries (demo batteries included) For ages 5 years and over


· Replica Sonic Screwdriver

· With lights and new diagnostics sound FX

· Encourages imaginative play

· Requires 3 x LR44 button cell batteries (demo batteries included)

· For ages 5 years and over




Doctor Who Complete Series 11 Blu ray

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Category: Doctor Who New Series DVD and Blu ray

The dazzling Thirteenth Doctor (Jodie Whittaker, Broadchurch, Wired) falls out of the sky just in time to thwart an alien huntsman who is stalking human prey. With little time to spare and the population of Sheffield (and Earth!) at risk, the Doctor recruits three new friends – gentle Ryan, no-nonsense Yasmin and Ryan’s step-grandfather, Graham – who soon feel more like family than companions. Join the foursome in ten fresh and enormously thrilling roller-coaster adventures across time and the universe.


Doctor Who Magazine Special: Yearbook 2019

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Category: Dr Who Magazine Specials

Jodie Whittaker’s debut as the Doctor was one of the television events of 2018 and a landmark in Doctor Who’s long history.


The latest Doctor Who Magazine Special Edition explores the making of Series 11 in unprecedented detail. Highlights among the exclusive interviews include:


Percelle Ascott (The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos)

Jonny Dixon (The Woman Who Fell to Earth)

Shobna Gulati (Arachnids in the UK, Demons of the Punjab)

Julie Hesmondhalgh (Kerblam!)

Ed Hime (writer, It Takes You Away)

Phyllis Logan (The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos)

Susan Lynch (The Ghost Monument)

Pete McTighe (writer, Kerblam!)

Vinette Robinson (Rosa)

Ellie Wallwork (It Takes You Away)

Jodie Whittaker (The Doctor)

Joy Wilkinson (writer, The Witchfinders)

Editor Marcus Hearn says: “We’ve packed an incredible amount into the latest Yearbook. It was always our intention to create the ultimate guide to Series 11, and this issue includes much of the material that we’ve been gathering with the cast and writers since the beginning of 2018.”


Doctor Who Magazine 534

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Category: Doctor Who Magazine


Doctor Who Magazine 534 also includes:


Tom Baker answers questions from our TARDIS tin

An interview with Doctor Who author James Goss, who helped Tom write Scratchman

Actor Shaun Dooley (who played Epzo in 2018 episode The Ghost Monument) reveals his photographic contribution to Series 11

A look at BBC Audio’s resurrection of the 1970s Dalek Annuals

Part Four of The Warmonger, a brand-new comic strip adventure featuring the Thirteenth Doctor and her friends

The Time Team watches three episodes – from 2007, 1966 and 1987 – which introduce new companions

Cosplayer Jamie Lenman shows his appreciation for the Sixth Doctor’s coat

The Fact of Fictiondelves into the 2011 Eleventh Doctor story The God Complex

DWM‘s reviews of Series 11 episodes It Takes You Away, The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos and the New Year’s Day Special Resolution

An overview of Series 11’s ratings

Answers to the DWM Christmas Quiz

The Blogs of Doom, reviews, news, prize-winning competitions and much, much more!


Doctor Who Series 11 OST Limited Edition Digipack with Booklet

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Category: Music CD

Bigger and bolder than ever, Series 11 marks the arrival of the Thirteenth Doctor, award-winning actress Jodie Whittaker. - a super-smart explorer of the universe, alongside a team of new friends and delightful characters. The new series heralds a brand-new era for Doctor Who, full of action and adventure, humour and heart - an unmissable high-end drama everyone will enjoy. Segun Akinola is a multi-talented composer who has strengthened many projects with his musical acumen and is a BAFTA Breakthrough Brit.Segun's work includes scoring BBC Two's landmark four-part series Black and British: A Forgotten History, written and presented by Historian David Olusoga.


1. Series 11 Opening Titles

2. Getting That Bike

3. Long Story

4. This New Nose Is So Unreliable

5. The Warrior

6. Sonic Screwdriver

7. The Doctor

8. You Really Need To Get Out Of Those Clothes

9. Three Suns

10. Make It Through Those Ruins

11. My Beautiful Ghost Monument

12. Missing You

13. Insurance Policy

14. My Fam

15. Tsuranga

16. Resus One

17. Kerblam

18. Help In Dispatch

19. Ranskoor Av Kolos

20. The Shrine

21. Keep Your Faith


Disc: 2

1. Thirteen

2. Get Out That Door

3. Parks, Rosa Parks

4. Artron Energy

5. This Is Very Bad News

6. Fishing Take Down

7. Stand Up Now

8. A Living Icon For Freedom

9. Umbreen

10. Thijarian Hive

11. I Love You Nani

12. Yaz And Nani End Credits

13. King James

14. Tendril

15. Morax

16. Reverse The Polarity

17. Made A New Friend

18. Rebuilt

19. Me And My Mates

20. Series 11 End Credits


The Stones of Blood Commentary CD

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Category: Commentary CDs

Doctor Who marked its one hundredth story with a tale that was a heady mix of gothic horror and science fiction. The Stones of Blood formed the third part of The Key to Time season, first broadcast in 1978.


In celebration of the serial’s fortieth anniversary, members of the cast and crew reunite to share their memories and experiences of working on the show in five new commentaries, including an alternative track for episode three.


Moderated by actor, comedian and cult television enthusiast Toby Hadoke, this release features John Leeson (K9), Susan Engel (Vivien Fay), Nicholas McArdle (De Vries), Shirin Taylor (Camper), Carolyn Montagu (Production Assistant) and Darrol Blake (Director).


These CDs can be enjoyed on their own or played in conjunction with the official BBC DVD release.


These commentaries contain no BBC copyrighted elements and do not feature audio from the episodes themselves.


World's End (The Dalek Invasion of Earth) Commentary CD

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Category: Commentary CDs

The Christmas of 1964 saw Britain gripped in a wave of Dalekmania. As well as conquering the nation’s playgrounds and toy stores, the Daleks were back in their second television serial, The Dalek Invasion of Earth, playing to audiences of over 11 million.


With iconic images of the Daleks gliding around central London landmarks and rolling over Westminster Bridge, as well as the departure of the Doctor’s granddaughter Susan, the serial became an instant classic.


More than fifty years after the broadcast, cast and crew reunite to provide a brand new selection of commentary tracks for the serial.


Moderated by actor, comedian and cult television enthusiast, this release features Carole Ann Ford (Susan Foreman), Ann Davies (Jenny), Robert Aldous (Insurgent), David Graham (Dalek Voices), Peter Badger (Roboman), Nick Evans (Dalek and Slyther), Clive Doig (Vision Mixer), Spencer Chapman (Designer) and Richard Martin (Director).


These CDs can be enjoyed on their own or played in conjunction with the official BBC DVD release.


These commentaries contain no BBC copyrighted elements and do not feature audio from the episodes themselves.

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