Category Archives: Obituries

Graham Strong

Graham Strong, the man responsible for the survival of many high-quality audio recordings of missing Doctor Who episodes, has died at the age of 69. Graham Strong was a 14-year-old schoolboy when Doctor Who began in 1963. A keen electronics student, his

Doctor Who Magazine 525

Doctor Who Magazine – Issue 525 looks into those scenes from Doctor Who that are Missing in Action Not everything that’s filmed and recorded for Doctor Who makes it to the screen. The new issue of Doctor Who Magazine reveals

Doctor Who Magazine 524

Russell T Davies, Steven Moffat, Paul Cornell and Jenny T Colgan all discuss their new Target Books in the latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine Steven Moffat tells DWMI asked [Russell] why he was doing a novelisation, and he said,

Doctor Who Magazine 523

Doctor Who Magazine Issue 523 has an exclusive interview with new Doctor Who Executive Producer Matt Strevens Strevens, who also produced the 2013 docu-drama An Adventure in Space and Time, is working alongside new Showrunner Chris Chibnall to bring the

Peter Miles 1929-2018

The actor Peter Miles has died at the age of 89 Peter Miles made three memorable appearances in Doctor Who. In 1970 he played Dr. Lawrence in the second Third Doctor story The Silurians. Lawrence was the director of the Wenley Moor nuclear

Doctor Who Magazine 522

The latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine is published this week, shedding new light on the Dalek craze of the 1960s as agent Beryl Vertue and writer Brad Ashton remember the roles they played. Beryl summarises: The Daleks were really the beginning of the BBC handling

Jeremy Wilkin 1930-2017

The actor Jeremy Wilkin has died at the age of 87. Jeremy Wilkin played Professor Kellman in the 1975 Doctor Who television story Revenge of the Cybermen. He was best known for his extensive work with Gerry Anderson, providing the voice for many

Peter Wyngarde

The actor Peter Wyngarde has died at the age of 90. Peter Wyngarde was best known for playing Jason King, the bestselling novelist turned sleuth who appeared in the British television series Department S and Jason King, inspiring the Mike Myers character Austin Powers. He appeared

David Fisher

The writer David Fisher has died at the age of 88. David Fisher wrote three Doctor Who stories all starring the Fourth Doctor Tom Baker.¤ His first contribution to the series came in 1978 when he wrote two stories in the Key

Doctor Who Magazine 521

The next issue of Doctor Who Magazine is out this Thursday, and features Jodie Whittaker in her first cover since becoming the new Doctor on screen! Talking about the choice of clothing for the character, the actress said: There is no other job in

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