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The Two Masters!

This summer, an epic new run of audio adventures will bring together two incarnations of the Master – once again played by Geoffrey Beevers and Alex Macqueen, who have both regularly played the character on multiple occasions for Big Finish. The two Masters will join forces in a special trilogy of stories featuring the Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Doctors.

“A ‘Two Masters’ storyline was something I’d been thinking about for a while,” Alan Barnes, script editor at Big Finish, tells DWM. “Ever since Alex Macqueen’s new Master arrived in UNIT: Dominion, putting him opposite Geoffrey Beevers’ Master seemed irresistible. But if two Masters are better than one, then three Master stories are definitely better than two! So I came up with a dastardly plan for a whole trilogy of adventures.”

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Contents include: Steven Moffat answers questions on Heaven Sent; Alex Kingston and Paul McGann interviews; a feature on Doctor Who Weetabix cards of the 1970s; Fact of Fiction – Death the Daleks; Time Team – The Eleventh Hour; reviews of The Husbands of River Song, The Wheel in Space and The Face of Evil; Christmas Quiz answers; Comic Strip – The Dragon Lord Part 2.