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In 2014 Doctor Who did what it always does when you think you’ve finally grasped exactly what it’s all about – it tore up the rule book and started all over again.

Who else could follow Matt Smith – the series’ youngest ever star – but one of the most senior actors to take on the lead role? Peter Capaldi was 55 when he started shooting his first full episode, Deep Breath. Steven Moffat’s script introduced us to a wiry, irascible Doctor who was quite unlike anything we’d seen before. Or at least quite unlike any characterisation of the Doctor we’d seen for many years.

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Doctor Who Magazine continues its in-depth chronicle of the show’s production with a volume dedicated to the first four episodes of Series 8: Deep Breath, Into the Dalek, Robot of Sherwood and Listen. Andrew Pixley’s unparalleled behind-the-scenes coverage – reproduced in magazine format for the first time – examines every aspect of the stories’ development, from scripting through to transmission and beyond. Richly illustrated with rare and previously unseen images, this is the essential guide to the series that took Doctor Who in a remarkable new direction…