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One small step

In America 1969, the Doctor and his companions lead a revolution against the memory-erasing Silence, with a little help from the Moon landing…



The continuing mission to watch all 827 episodes of Doctor Who, in order from the start…

I really enjoyed that!” says Emma, turning off the TV at the end of Day of the Moon. “I liked the fact that we didn’t join the story where everyone would have expected,” she adds.

“I don’t always like this telling stories in the wrong order business,” admits Michael, “but I approve of all the recaps that gave everyone the chance to explain to Canton what had happened after last episode’s cliffhanger.” “The pacing was great,” Emma continues, “especially the snippets of exposition in flashbacks – they could have felt contrived, but didn’t.”

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Contents include: A tribute to Sir John Hurt, the man who played the War Doctor, featuring contributions from those whose knew and worked with him, including David Tennant; Richard Curtis is interviewed about his Doctor work, including The Curse of Fatal Death and Vincent and the Doctor; showrunner Steven Moffat answers readers' questions; a look at the history of the home video recording of Doctor Who; the SFX of The Invisible Enemy, the story that took on Star Wars; Sydney Newman's attempts to reinvent Doctor Who in the 1980s is revealed; the Time Team watch Day of the Moon; new comic strip adventure as the Doctor faces the original Master in Doorway to Hell part three; DWM interviews the people behind the fanzine Vworp! Vworp! ; plus official news, reviews, previews, the Wotcha! page, prize-winning competitions and more!
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