Category Archives: Obituries

Jacqueline Pearce

Blake’s 7 star Jacqueline Pearce has died at the age of 74 shortly after being diagnosed with lung cancer, her friend John Ainsworth has said. The actress, best known for playing villain Supreme Commander Servalan in the popular BBC science

Michael Pickwoad

Michael Pickwoad, the man behind the look of Doctor Who for the last seven years, has died at the age of 73 As Production Designer Michael Pickwoad oversaw the look of the series from Matt Smith‘s first Christmas story, A Christmas Carol,

Doctor Who Magazine 529

  SERIES 11 COMPANIONS MANDIP GILL AND TOSIN COLE WRITE FOR DOCTOR WHO MAGAZINE! READ THEIR DOCTOR WHO DIARY IN THE LATEST ISSUE. Doctor Who Magazine 529 also includes: Meet the writers and directors of Series 11 An interview with Roy Scammell,

Doctor Who Magazine 528

The next issue of Doctor Who Magazine is due in the shops on Thursday 26th July, and features an exclusive interview with new lead writer Chris Chibnall and the preparations that took place to reveal Jodie Whittaker as the new

Helen Griffin

The actress and playwright Helen Griffin has died at the age of 59. Helen Griffin appeared in the 2006 stories Rise of the Cybermen and The Age of Steel, playing Angela Price, known as Mrs Moore, who joined The Tenth

Doctor Who Magazine 527

The new issue of Doctor Who Magazine included new interviews with Wendy Padbury, Carole Ann Ford and Sophie Aldred. Wendy Padbury, who played Second Doctor companion Zoe: I’ve met two or three people who became astrophysicists because of Zoe, and that’s quite a thing. Sophie Aldred,

Leslie Grantham

The actor Leslie Grantham has died at the age of 71. Leslie Grantham had a small role in the 1984 story Resurrection of the Daleks playing Kiston, a member of Lytton‘s mercenary company. He will be best remembered for creating the role of Den

Doctor Who Magazine 526

Tom Baker has been talking exclusively to Doctor Who Magazine in advance of the Blu-Ray release of his first season as The Doctor In the interview, the actor reflects on the role that changed his life. You know, Doctor Who

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