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Prizes TO BE WON!

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Can you tell a Kraal from Kroll? Then why not try to unscramble this knotty little puzzle?


BBC Books has released the long-awaited novelisation of the Fourth Doctor story The Pirate Planet. The Doctor, Romana and K9 trace the second segment of the Key to Time to the planet Calufrax – but when they arrive they find themselves on the wrong planet…

Originally transmitted in 1978 as part of the ‘Key to Time’ season, this adaptation is based on celebrated author Douglas Adams’ draft script, which was found in the Douglas Adams archive in Cambridge. The adaptation has been written by James Goss, the award-winning writer of the novelisation of Adams’ City of Death.

The Pirate Planet is available now in hardback, priced £16.99, and also as an audiobook from BBC Audio, priced £25. We have FIVE copies of the book to give away to readers who can complete the prize crossword and rearrange the letters in the yellow squares to form the name of a planet that featured in Doctor Who during the 1970s.

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1970s special! Contents include: an extensive interview with writer Terrance Dicks; actor and writer Mark Gatiss and Katy Manning (Jo Grant) remember the 70s; Gary Gillatt takes a nostalgic look at everything that was happening in the world of Doctor Who in November 1977; a feature by Jonathan Morris asks whether the 1970s really were the 'golden years' for Doctor Who; a new comic strip adventure for the Twelfth Doctor and Jess – Doorway to Hell part one, by Mark Wright, with art by Staz Johnson; the Fact of Fiction examines 1976's The Brain of Morbius; previews; TV and audio reviews; news; the Watcher's column; prize-winning competitions; PLUS 20 bonus pages, paying homage to the 1970s comic Countdown, and reprinting the Third Doctor adventure *Sub Zero;