Category Archives: Classic Series News

Katarina returns for Audio

Big Finish Productions are bringing back the First Doctor’s Companion Katarina for a new set of Audio adventures As well as the return of the companion, originally played in 1965 by the late Adrienne Hill, the Early Adventures stories this year will see classic

Doctor Who Magazine 536

  This issue also includes: Anneke Wills and Frazer Hines recall the making of the original Macra Terror A lost Dalek story from 1966 – and the previously untold story of its celebrated writer A tribute to 1960s Doctor Who producer Innes Lloyd

Graeme Curry 

The writer Graeme Curry has died at the age of 54. Graeme Curry wrote the 1988 Doctor Who story The Happiness Patrol, starring Sylvester McCoy as The Doctor and Sophie Aldred as Ace. The story featured Sheila Hancock as Helen A, a character now acknowledged to be based on

Mission to the Unknown Remade

Missing 1965 episode ‘Mission to the Unknown’ is authentically brought to life in unique project, authentically recreated by students, graduates and staff from the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan). The project, known as Sci-fi in a Week, saw a large university

Doctor Who Magazine 535

RESOLUTION’S DIRECTOR WAYNE YIP TELLS DWM HOW HE BROUGHT THE 2019 NEW YEAR’S DAY DALEK STORY TO LIFE! Doctor Who Magazine 535 also includes: An exclusive preview of the Doctor Who: The Collection – Season 18 Blu-ray box set – and a look

Macra Terror Animated

The BBC has revealed that an animated version of the 1967 story The Macra Terror will be released in March 2019 The four part Patrick Troughton story has been missing from the BBC Archives for many years, although a copy

Doctor Who Magazine 532

Mandip tells DWM about the risk she took to win the part of Yasmin Khan in the new series: “I turned down other jobs because I really wanted this. It was the biggest gamble. The hardest part about the audition

The Wheel In Space animated

A new animated sequence from the 1968 Doctor Who story, The Wheel In Space, is to get its debut at the British Film Institute‘s Southbank Centre this December. The 10-minute sequence is from Episode 1 of the six-part story. The

Doctor Who Magazine 531

Doctor Who Magazine Issue 531 talks to new companion of the Doctor, Bradley Walsh. My early recollections are the black-and-white days of William Hartnell and Pat Troughton… It’s mind-blowing that I’m a part of it all these years later. Also

The Woman Who Fell To Earth overnight ratings

The Woman Who Fell to Earth was watched by 8.2 million viewers, a share of 40.1% of the total TV audience, according to unofficial overnight figures. The audience grew throughout the episode, peaking at 8.52 million for the final fifteen

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