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Doctor Who Magazine Chronicles 1965 Special Issue

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Whether you are a Doctor Who fanatic or just a regular watcher, Doctor Who Magazine is sure to inform, interest and excite you. This official BBC-licensed magazine covers everything you need to know about the award-winning television show. It's the perfect accompaniment for both mature and younger readers alike.

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Doctor Who Magazine  |  Chronicles 1965  

Panini presents a new series of lavish 116-page bookazines from the makers of Doctor Who Magazine. Doctor Who: Chronicles examines the landmark years of the show’s history in unprecedented detail. The first issue looks at 1965, when the most popular episodes attracted more than 13 million viewers and Dalekmania reached its peak with the release of the first feature film based on the series. Packed will all-new features and previously unseen images, Doctor Who: Chronicles is an essential purchase for all fans.

Doctor Who Magazine is the official magazine of the hugely successful BBC TV drama series Doctor Who, with each issue containing exclusive news, interviews, features and photos about the show.

The go-to source for fans since 1979, Doctor Who Magazine works closely with the makers of the show to present exclusive interviews with the stars, as well revealing behind-the-scenes secrets from all eras of the show, from 1963 to the present day.

Perfect for mature and younger readers alike, a subscription to Doctor Who Magazine is the essential companion to the TV show.


Get the latest news and updates delivered to your device each month by subscribing to Doctor Who digital magazine today:  

  • Exclusive interviews and quick-fire questions with cast members and the production team
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  • An inside look at the producers' production notes
  • Exclusive competitions and crosswords only for subscribers
  • Reviews of episodes both new and old
  • The latest Doctor Who news as it happens and much, much more!

You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Doctor Who Magazine magazine subscription.

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For all fans of the TV programme this is a must Reviewed 09 April 2022

Doctor Who Magazine

Excellent read and thoroughly informative. Reviewed 01 March 2021

Doctor Who Magazine

I love the way you made a mobile version. Lots of great articles. Keep up the good work Reviewed 12 November 2020

Doctor Who Magazine

Please don't have so much about Jodie Whittaker and the Chris Chibnall era. Concentrate on earlier doctors. Reviewed 11 November 2020

Doctor Who Magazine

The best magazine on the planet for more than 40 years. Reviewed 06 September 2020

Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in Doctor Who Magazine Chronicles 1965.

DOCTOR WHO: CHRONICLES Illustration by Anthony Lamb. Few would deny that society underwent a radical transformation in the 1960s, but what led to the liberalisation, equality and creativity that did so much ...
THE CHANGING FACE OF DOCTOR WHO Opposite page: Producer Verity Lambert, surrounded by alien delegates on the set of Mission to the Unknown. Top row from left – Sentreal (Pat Gorman), Gearon (Len Russell), Celation (Ronald...
NOWHERE MEN Left inset: The Monk (Peter Butterworth) is horrified to discover that his TARDIS has been sabotaged by the Doctor, in the final episode of The Time Meddler T hat May day at the 1965...
MEANWHILE, ON PLANET EARTH IN 1965… JANUARY Sir Winston Churchill dies at the age of 90 after suffering a stroke. The mini-skirt makes its catwalk debut. FEBRUARY Richard Beeching publishes his second report on the future of B...
THE DIARY OF Doctor Who JANUARY Two days after Susan’s screen departure in the Boxing Day 1964 episode of The Dalek Invasion of Earth, Carole Ann Ford opened the Daily Mail Schoolboys and Girls Exhibition at London...
DOCTORED  HUE Above: A behind-thescenes shot of the Doctor (William Hartnell), Barbara (Jacqueline Hill), Ian (William Russell) and Vicki (Maureen O’Brien) in the first episode of The Web Planet. C...

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