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THE BOOKKEEPER

Doctor Who’s account brand manager Edward Russell is the ultimate authority on what goes into a reference book.

THE DWM INTERVIEW

Edward Russell, Doctor Who’s account brand manager since 2006, with the Twelfth Doctor, Peter Capaldi. Photo © Jon Pountney.

Edward Russell joined the BBC in 2000 to oversee the Top of the Pops website. As part of the online team, he also worked on sites for other BBC programmes, including Doctor Who.

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About Doctor Who Magazine

The latest Special Edition of Doctor Who Magazine is devoted to the many non-fiction books based on the series. This comprehensive guide traces the history of the series’ reference works, from the very first episode guides compiled by Doctor Who story editors for their colleagues in the 1960s, to the fanzines of the 1970s, the first authorised books based on the series and the plethora of books available today. Exclusive interviews, behind-the- scenes features and numerous rare photographs tell the whole story, from the black-and-white days of Doctor Who to the 2017 series starring Peter Capaldi.