Category Archives: Obituries

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

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

Geoffrey Bayldon RIP

The actor Geoffrey Bayldon has died at the age of 93 Geoffrey Bayldon was best known for his portrayal of Catweazle, the eccentric 11th-century wizard who was the star of the LWT children’s series produced in the early 1970’s, as

Doctor Who Magazine 512

Issue 512 of Doctor Who Magazine includes an exclusive interview with guest star David Suchet who plays the enigmatic Landlord in this weeks episode Knock Knock… I suppose I so became so associated with Poirot, but when they invited me

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,

John Hurt has died

John Hurt has sadly died – full article on BBC News Will be remembered as the War Doctor http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-38778145

Steve Dillon

Steve Dillon was a regular contributor to Doctor Who Magazine in the 1980’s where he created the character of Abslom Daak. Dillon’s art was first seen in the fifth edition of the magazine, then called Doctor Who Weekly, in which

Gareth Thomas

Blake’s 7 star Gareth Thomas has died at the age of 71. A message on the Blake’s 7 website announced that Thomas had succumbed to heart failure early on Wednesday (April 13). “Our thoughts are with his wife Linda, and