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The Parting of the Ways

It’s tough being forced to grow up and put childish things away. But maybe we don’t really have to...

I am having a clear-out – and I am being ruthless. Well, ruthless-ish. I’ve chucked out a lot of junk. I’ve also kept hold of a lot of junk. Heart has sometimes overruled head and I’ve got rid of some fairly useful stuff that would definitely come in handy one day, in order to have space for a load of utterly useless rubbish that will never have a purpose, but which does however conjure up a memory or have a sentimental connection of some kind. So: pile of books that I like and may possibly want to read again some day is out, but chewed board book that used to make a noise like a car horn when you pressed a button but doesn’t any more and is barely recognisable as a book and will never be read again is in, because it’s one the boys and I read together seventeen thousand times when they were little.

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DWM 502 looks forward to the new TARDIS team of the Doctor, Bill and Nardole! Contents include exclusive interviews with showrunner Steven Moffat and with casting director Andy Pryor; artist Mike Collins shows how he created the storyboards for the 2015 series Doctor Who; the new comic strip, The Pestilent Heart by Mark Wright continues; the history of DWM with BBC Enterprises in the mag's earliest days is revealed; the Time Team watch Amy's Choice; The Fact of Fiction focuses on the 1973 Third Doctor adventure, Frontier in Space; plus prize-winning competitions, official news, reviews, previews and much, much more!
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