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THE DOCTOR WHO COMPANION

THE TWELFTH DOCTOR: VOLUME THREE

All good drama subverts our expectations to one degree or another. Part of the reason Doctor Who has remained at television’s top table for so long is that it’s better than most series at surprising its audience.

Series 8, which we continue to scrutinise in this issue, began by surprising its own star. “I wouldn’t have thought it would be me, because of my age,” Peter Capaldi told US magazine Entertainment Weekly, discussing his casting in a July 2014 interview. “I would have thought they were automatically heading younger.”

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Doctor Who Magazine continues its in-depth chronicle of the show’s production with a 116-page volume dedicated to four memorable episodes of Series 8 and the subsequent festive special, all starring Peter Capaldi as the Doctor and Jenna Coleman as Clara Oswald: • Flatline • In the Forest of the Night • Dark Water/Death in Heaven • Last Christmas Andrew Pixley’s unparalleled behind-the-scenes coverage – originally presented in the partwork Doctor Who: The Complete History and now revised and 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 images, this is the essential guide to the series that took Doctor Who in a remarkable new direction…