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Beyond the TARDIS


Bendu Like Baker

◼ In July it was announced Tom Baker would voice Bendu in the forthcoming season of Star Wars: Rebels to air on Disney XD. Tom first affirmed this during August 2015’s ‘Day of the Doctors 2’ convention. Bendu is described as ‘the middle way of the force’ and features in the trailer (see at two minutes and 43 seconds). Meanwhile, Colin Baker, who will soon be seen as a contestant in ITV’s The Chase, played Theo in crowdfunded science-fiction movie Time and Again in Nottingham during July.

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Contents include: an exclusive, in-depth interview with Fifth Doctor Peter Davision; Doctor Who's executive producer, Brian Minchin, talks about the next series; showrunner Steven Moffat answers readers' questions; new comic strip action for the Doctor and Jess in the final episode of The Pestilent Heart; the Time Team watch the 2010 Eleventh Doctor story The Hungry Earth/Cold Blood; The Fact of Fiction takes a close look at the 1977 Fourth Doctor adventure The Sun Makers; the mysteries of the TARDIS wardrobe are considered in Wotcha!; plus reviews, previews, prize-winning competitions and more!

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