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TOYS & GAMES

In 2004 I was far removed from the excitement surrounding the imminent return of Doctor Who in almost every respect. It was a long time ago and I was in a galaxy far, far away… Well, California actually, working at Skywalker Ranch, the headquarters of Lucasfilm. On this occasion I was interviewing George Lucas for an authorised biography, but I also spent time rummaging through the company’s filing cabinets and inspecting some of the props displayed in glass cases. After the novelty of seeing original lightsabers and Indiana Jones’ fedora wore off, I would wander outside the house, admiring the view across Lake Ewok (seriously) while I ate my lunch.

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In 1964 Dalekmania led to the birth of Doctor Who licensing, and it’s been with us ever since. The return of the series in 2005 prompted an even bigger range of merchandise, which this time invaded supermarkets as well as toy shops. In 2017 the popularity, and ingenuity, of these products continues unabated. This is the surprising story of Doctor Who toys and games – told by the people who make, sell and collect them.