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Radio Times new cover

Doctor Who Magazine 511

Doctor Who Magazine Issue #511 previews the new series. Contents include: An exclusive interview with Pearl Mackie who plays new companion Bill Potts Previews of the first three episodes of the 2017 season – The Pilot, Smile and Thin Ice,

Doctor Who Magazine 510

The next issue of Doctor Who Magazine pays tribute to Sir John Hurt aka the War Doctor, who passed away in January. David Tennant, David Warner and Louise Jameson are among those who celebrate a career spanning Alien to Z

Doctor Who Magazine 509

The latest edition of Doctor Who Magazine talks to self-confessed Doctor Who fan Rufus Hound – Sam Swift the Quick in 2015’s The Woman Who Lived, and most recently the latest incarnation of the Meddling Monk for Big Finish –

Doctor Who Magazine 508

In this special issue, DWM brought together Jo Grant actress Katy Manning with one of her biggest fans, Doctor Who writer and actor Mark Gatiss. Mark remembers the first time he saw Katy on screen in her début adventure, 1971’s

Christmas Special DWM

Doctor Who Magazine 506

The new issue of Doctor Who magazine is out on the November 17th and it’s another celebratory edition. Even though we have no Who on out tellies it seems we still have plenty to celebrate. The Cybermen have had their big

Power Of The Daleks artwork and extras

Artwork and extras announced for Power Of The Daleks BBC Worldwide has confirmed the additional material that will be included on the release of the animated version of The Power of the Daleks. This highly anticipated adventure will be released

Doctor Who Magazine 505

Latest issue cover which is out 20 October 2016 This month’s Doctor Who Magazine celebrates the 10th Anniversary of Doctor Who’s first ongoing spin-off series, when John Barrowman talks Torchwood… Following Barrowman’s comment at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con that

Doctor Who Magazine 504

Costume designer Alexandra Tynan gave the original Cybermen their distinctive look for their first appearance in The Tenth Planet in 1966: People often come up to me and say, ‘I think your Cybermen were the most frightening,’ I looked at