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Digital Subscriptions > Doctor Who Magazine > 516 > THE DWM REVIEW


The latest Doctor Who episodes and products reviewed by our team.



Big Finish continues to weave twenty-firstcentury Doctor Who creations with past stars of the series.


■ Classic Doctors, New Monsters Volume 2 (featuring the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Eighth Doctors) RRP £23 (CD), £20 (download)

■ The Lives of Captain Jack (featuring Jack Harkness, Jackie Tyler and Alonso Frame) RRP £25 (CD), £20 (download)

■ Flashpoint (featuring the Eighth Doctor and Lucie Miller) RRP £2.99 (download)

■ The Movellan Grave (featuring the Fourth Doctor and Romana II)

RRP £10.99 (CD), £8.99 (download)

When Doctor Who returned to our screens 12 years ago, Russell T Davies was so wary of “fan-servicing” (to use its pre-watershed variant) they didn’t even dare utter the word ‘Gallifrey’ for two years. These days, though, all bets are off – which is why the most recent series featured a cameo from a hermaphroditic hexapod last seen 43 years ago, while the Christmas Special is set to pick up where we left off in October 1966. (“Previously, on Doctor Who… actually, how long have you got?”) Big Finish has never had any such qualms about crossing time streams. But it’s only in the last couple of years it’s been allowed to play in the sandbox of twentyfirst- century Who, gifting the world such hitherto unimagined delights as River Song canoodling with the Sixth Doctor and Peter Davison’s Roman holiday being interrupted by the Weeping Angels.

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Contents include: · An exclusive interview with the new Doctor, Jodie Whittaker · DWM asks what the casting of Jodie Whittaker means for the future of Doctor Who. · Go behind the scenes with monster makers Millennium FX, with never-before-published imagery from the making of the last series. · DWM talks exclusively to former showrunner Russell T Davies about his illustrations for the forthcoming collection of Doctor Who poetry, Now We Are Six Hundred. · Nicholas Briggs reveals the secrets of giving voice to the Cybermen. · Discover new information about a classic adventure as the 1964 First Doctor story The Aztecs goes under the spotlight in The Fact of Fiction. · DWM pays tribute to the late Trevor Baxter, who played Professor Lightfoot in 1977's The Talons of Weng-Chiang, with contributions from Tom Baker, Louise Jameson, Christopher Benjamin, Lisa Bowerman and more. · A brand-new comic strip adventure continues for the Doctor and Bill The Parliament of Fear, written by Scott Gray and illustrated by Staz Johnson. · A sneak preview of the forthcoming book on the history of Doctor Who in the USA: Red, White and and Who. · Legendary guitarist Hank Marvin talks about his latest recording – the Doctor Who theme! · Previews, book and audio reviews, news, the Watcher's column, prize-winning competitions and much, much more.