Category Archives: Classic Series News

Doctor Who Magazine 518

Shada Animated on DVD

BBC Worldwide is to release the Douglas Adams Doctor Who story Shada, using animation to complete the story. Shada was planned to be the celebratory end to the seventeenth series of Doctor Who. Acclaimed writer Douglas Adams had completed the

Doctor Who Magazine 517

ISSUE 517 OF DOCTOR WHO MAGAZINE CELEBRATES 30 YEARS OF THE SEVENTH DOCTOR WITH SYLVESTER McCOY! Thirty years after he first appeared as the Seventh Doctor, Sylvester McCoy reflects on the role that changed his life… Also this issue: DEBORAH

Doctor Who Magazine 516

Doctor Who Magazine is out this Thursday, and features an exclusive interview with the new Doctor, Jodie Whittaker. Sharing her feelings about becoming the thirteenth Doctor, Jodie says: Chris [Chibnall] wouldn’t have cast me as the Doctor because he wanted me to repeat

Doctor Who Magazine 515

  It’s the end of an era as Doctor Who Magazine prepares to say goodbye to the Steven Moffat years and also to its own Editor, Tom Spilsbury. We predict that issue 515 of Doctor Who Magazine will quickly become

R.I.P. DEBORAH WATLING (1948 – 2017)

Doctor Who World is saddened to report the passing of Deborah Watling. Watling played companion Victoria Waterfield in the classic era of Doctor Who. She joined the Second Doctor first in 1967’s “The Evil of the Daleks”, and left in

Doctor Who Magazine 514

Looking ahead to the series 10 finale, the latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine contains interviews with both Masters. John Simm tells the magazine about playing the Master with a beard:Yeah, I just grew it, and turned up at the

1967 Original Ice Warrior Head Found and Preserved

Once of the original Ice Warrior masks, first used in the 1967 Second Doctor story, has been found and restored by Toybox Treasures. The prop thought to have been used in Doctor Who in both the Troughton and Pertwee era’s,

Doctor Who Magazine 513

Two covers are out for next months Doctor Who Magazine which will you choose? The Ice Warriors and the Cybermen are on their way back to Doctor Who – so we have a choice of TWO monsters covers for our

Philip Hinchcliffe honoured by DWAS

Former Doctor Who producer Philip Hinchcliffe has been honoured with an award for outstanding contribution to the programme, presented by the Doctor Who Appreciation Society, or DWAS. Hinchcliffe was the producer of Doctor Who from 1975-1977, one of its most