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Galaxy Forum

Your views on the world of Doctor Who…

Email: or tweet us at: @DWMtweets Send your letters to: Galaxy Forum, Doctor Who Magazine, Brockbourne House, 77 Mount Ephraim, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN4 8BS.

Happy New Year! This issue of DWM went to press before Resolution aired, so we’ll have your thoughts on that next issue. In the meantime, here’s what you made of the last episodes of Series 11…

Witch Hunt


► Looming menacingly out of the Lancashire mist, Pendle Hill oversaw the disturbing and unearthly events within the chilling, gripping episode The Witchfinders. I have driven by Pendle Hill on countless occasions, but will now gaze upon it with wary eyes. For I have learned that within the hill are imprisoned aliens. Aliens of mud, bile and venomous intent – all of which were fantastically realised by the production team behind this beautifully created episode. NICK MORFITT SCUNTHORPE

► I thought The Witchfinders was another superb episode. The cinematography echoed classic Hammer Horror vibes as well as the Michael Reeves film Witchfinder General. The tone was suitably bleak and dour, lightened by a bravura performance from Alan Cumming and some nicely placed comic moments (Bradley in the hat!). The horror and insanity of the age was treated seriously and nicely offset with the usual Doctor Who alien elements. Segun Akinola’s score was ghostly and suspenseful and Siobhan Finneran’s turn as Becka gave the episode a good grounding. Plus, the references to Arthur C Clarke and Quentin Tarantino were very nice touches. Excellent stuff!

Ryan Aplinʼs montage for The Woman Who Fell to Earth.


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Contents include: Tom Baker speaks to DWM ahead of the publication of his first Doctor Who novel! • Tom Baker answers questions from our TARDIS tin • An interview with Doctor Who author James Goss, who helped Tom write Scratchman • Actor Shaun Dooley (who played Epzo in 2018 episode The Ghost Monument) reveals his photographic contribution to Series 11 • A look at BBC Audio's resurrection of the 1970s Dalek Annuals • Part Four of The Warmonger, a brand-new comic strip adventure featuring the Thirteenth Doctor and her friends • The Time Team watches three episodes - from 2007, 1966 and 1987 - which introduce new companions • Cosplayer Jamie Lenman shows his appreciation for the Sixth Doctor's coat • The Fact of Fiction delves into the 2011 Eleventh Doctor story The God Complex • DWM's reviews of Series 11 episodes It Takes You Away, The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos and the New Year's Day Special Resolution • An overview of Series 11’s ratings • Answers to the DWM Christmas Quiz • The Blogs of Doom, reviews, news, prize-winning competitions and much, much more!