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Doctor Who Magazine’s TARDIS tin contains 120 tantalising, taxing and trivial questions. Each interviewee must answer a random selection…
Right: Bradley Walsh accepts the challenge of DWM’s TARDIS tin at Roath Lock Studios.

Bradley Walsh is usually the one asking the questions, not answering them. But today Doctor Who Magazine has turned the tables, putting the host of The Chase – that’s the one in which contestants are pursued across the scoreboard by The Beast or The Dark Destroyer, not the one where Dr Who is pursued across time and space by the Daleks – in the hot seat to face interrogation by our trusty TARDIS tin. We’re meeting at the BBC’s Roath Lock studio in Cardiff, at the end of what’s been another busy year for the actor, comedian, presenter, singer and all-round showbiz phenomenon. In addition to fronting more than 200 editions of The Chase, he’s filmed a second series of the comedy travelogue Breaking Dad with his son Barney, hosted the ITV special Bradley Walsh’s Late Night Guestlist, presented a BBC Christmas game show with Holly Willoughby – and somehow (possibly through the use of actual time travel) still found time to help save the universe several times over by reprising his role as Graham O’Brien in ten new episodes of Doctor Who.

Watford-born Bradley’s never had what you’d call a conventional career. At 18, he made his debut as a professional footballer for Brentford FC, but when ankle injuries forced his early retirement from the game he turned his attention to comedy. From humble beginnings – coming second in a talent contest at the Rolls-Royce Sports and Social Club in Leavesden and serving a three-month apprenticeship as a Pontins bluecoat in Morecambe – he went on to perform at famous venues like the London Palladium, and has made four appearances (so far) at the Royal Variety Performance.

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Highlights of DWM 547 include: • Exclusive previews of episodes 3, 4, 5 and 6 of Series 12 • Part two of an in-depth interview with showrunner Chris Chibnall • Bradley Walsh answers questions from the TARDIS tin • The greatest Master reveals of all time • Secrets of the first four episodes of the epic 1960s story The Daleks' Master Plan are revealed in The Fact of Fiction • The story of Tom Baker and Dennis Allan Print, featuring previously unseen images of the Fourth Doctor in the 1970s • A look at the OFFSTAGE Theatre Group, providers of Doctor Who-themed comedy on stage from 2002-2013 • Comic strip action for the Thirteenth Doctor in Mistress of Chaos