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OUT OF THE TARDIS

Doctor Who Magazine’s TARDIS tin contains 120 tantalising, taxing and trivial questions. Each interviewee must answer a random selection…
Tosin Cole prepares to lift the lid on DWM’s TARDIS tin.

Much to his surprise, Tosin Cole is “taking a back seat” on the set of Doctor Who. “I thought it was gonna be me leading the banter,” Tosin tells us, “but I’ve got to give the crown to Bradley [Walsh]. You just can’t keep up with the guy! He’s got gags upon gags and he’s such a prankster. But everyone’s chipping in; we’re all bantering, like a little family. I wind up Bradley whenever I can. Mandip [Gill], I flick her hair. And I throw hand warmers at Jodie [Whittaker]’s head.

“I’m actually still quite childish,” Tosin admits with a mischievous smile. The Fourth Doctor once said there was no point being grown up if you can’t be childish sometimes. “Yeah,” says Tosin. “He knows! I will always throw a hand warmer at your head.”

In 2018 Ryan Sinclair was a new recruit to Team TARDIS. According to Tosin, his character is “bringing a bit of flavour into the squad. He’s young, he’s fresh, he’s urban. Ryan would probably be my little cousin. I can relate to him in many different ways: I’m a bit cheeky, I like a bit of banter, sometimes I don’t say the smartest thing in the room.” But that’s where the similarities end.

“Ryan can’t play sports because of his dyspraxia but I do like playing sports, especially basketball – that’s my sport. And seeing aliens… Ryan’s got that by a mile. I don’t relate to that at all. Obviously.” Tosin describes himself as “a proper London boy. I like walking. I like taking the tube. I just like being normal.” Is that tricky now he’s a Doctor Who regular? “Obviously the more successful you want to be in this field… it’s a gift and a curse, innit? I’ve just got to bite the bullet and embrace it, man.”

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EXCLUSIVE PREVIEWS OF THE NEW SERIES OF DOCTOR WHO! Highlights of this issue include: • An exclusive interview with showrunner Chris Chibnall, plus his latest Production Notes. • The directors of Series 12 speak exclusively to DWM. • Exclusive previews of the first two new-series episodes: Spyfall Parts One and Two. • Tosin Cole answers questions from the TARDIS Tin. • An Advent in Space and Time: six decades worth of festive Doctor Who TV and radio highlights. • DWM revisits the ‘Doctor Who pantomimes’ of the 1980s. • The final part of a candid interview with former script editor Andrew Cartmel. • Broadcaster Ian Collins recalls playing a Haemovore in 1989’s The Curse of Fenric. • The Fact of Fiction explores the 2012 Christmas Special The Snowmen. • Doctor Who Magazine’s annual Christmas Quiz. • Part Four of Mistress of Chaos, a new comic-strip adventure featuring the Thirteenth Doctor and her friends. • An exclusive preview of the Season 26 Blu-ray box set. • Audio and book reviews, previews, news, prize-winning competitions and much, much more!