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(2 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 13 issues per year Doctor Who Magazine is the official BBC-licensed magazine devoted to the award winning television show. Catering for a mature, sophisticated readership, as well as appealing to younger fans of the show the magazine is consistently first with exclusives.

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Doctor Who Magazine  |  508  


1970s special! Contents include: an extensive interview with writer Terrance Dicks; actor and writer Mark Gatiss and Katy Manning (Jo Grant) remember the 70s; Gary Gillatt takes a nostalgic look at everything that was happening in the world of Doctor Who in November 1977; a feature by Jonathan Morris asks whether the 1970s really were the 'golden years' for Doctor Who; a new comic strip adventure for the Twelfth Doctor and Jess – Doorway to Hell part one, by Mark Wright, with art by Staz Johnson; the Fact of Fiction examines 1976's The Brain of Morbius; previews; TV and audio reviews; news; the Watcher's column; prize-winning competitions; PLUS 20 bonus pages, paying homage to the 1970s comic Countdown, and reprinting the Third Doctor adventure *Sub Zero;
Doctor Who Magazine is the official BBC-licensed magazine devoted to the award winning television show. Catering for a mature, sophisticated readership, as well as appealing to younger fans of the show the magazine is consistently first with exclusives. From the first published interviews with stars like Matt Smith, Karen Gillian, David Tennant and Christopher Eccleston, to photoshoots with Kylie Minogue! Every issue is packed with features including an exclusive column by the showrunner, Steven Moffat, reviews of the episodes old and new, competitions for DVDs, CDs and books, the latest official news on upcoming episodes and a 12-page full colour comic strip in every issue.
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   This magazine is fantastic! Reviewed Tuesday, October 25, 2016
I have a subscription and honestly, I am very happy with it! Recommended!!
   A brilliant magazine and a must have for Doctor Who fans. Reviewed Monday, October 24, 2016 SUBSCRIBER
There is sometimes a problem with official magazines in that, perhaps, they are just a little bit biased. They can be far too desperate to sell the products, that we soon get used to the fact that the hotly-anticipated new release will get 10/10 - reading more like a fan love letter, or brochure, than a rational review.

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Below is a selection of articles in Doctor Who Magazine 508.

The Editor LETTER FROM Whenever he’s asked what his main ambition was for Doctor Who, 1970s script editor Terrance Dicks will always reply: “That the BBC did not have to show the test card at six o’clock...
The Third Doctor is back once again! All the latest official news from every corner of the Doctor Who universe… Gallifrey Guardian The Third Doctor and Jo Grant will battle the Daleks again in 2017, in a third volume of The Third Doctor ...
EXCLUSIVE OFFER FROM BBC STORE BBC Store is the digital service that makes it easy to buy, download and keep digital copies of your favourite BBC shows. To tie-in with this 1970s-themed is...
Beyond the TARDIS A round-up of what the cast and crew of Doctor Who have been up to away from the series… CAPALDI CONDUCTION ■ Filming is well underway on Paddington 2 with Peter Capaldi reprising mean-spirited ...
The Brain of Morbius Doctor Who meets Gothic horror, as the TARDIS lands on Karn… where an obsessed scientist plots to bring a Time Lord criminal back from the dead! The Fact of Fiction Scratching beneath the surface of D...
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Doctor Who Magazine   |   508   


1970s special! Contents include: an extensive interview with writer Terrance Dicks; actor and writer Mark Gatiss and Katy Manning (Jo Grant) remember the 70s; Gary Gillatt takes a nostalgic look at everything that was happening in the world of Doctor Who in November 1977; a feature by Jonathan Morris asks whether the 1970s really were the 'golden years' for Doctor Who; a new comic strip adventure for the Twelfth Doctor and Jess – Doorway to Hell part one, by Mark Wright, with art by Staz Johnson; the Fact of Fiction examines 1976's The Brain of Morbius; previews; TV and audio reviews; news; the Watcher's column; prize-winning competitions; PLUS 20 bonus pages, paying homage to the 1970s comic Countdown, and reprinting the Third Doctor adventure *Sub Zero;
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
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  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Doctor Who Magazine magazine print subscription.
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