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Beyond the TARDIS

A round-up of what the cast and crew of Doctor Who have been up to away from the series…

DAVID’S PROJECTS

David Tennant has now completed playing Cale Erendreich in Oregon-set movie Bad Samaritan. David stars in the RD Laing biopic Mad to Be Normal, which will be screened at the Glasgow Film Festival’s red carpet Closing Gala on 26 February. He also narrated BBC One’s Spy in the Wild until 9 February and featured on C4’s The Last Leg on 27 January. He’ll be promoting his Don Juan in Soho West End return from 17 March and Chris Chibnall’s third and final Broadchurch series, expected to begin on ITV from 27 February, in which he plays DI Alec Hardy with Arthur Darvill as Reverend Paul Coates. Chibnall’s play Worst Wedding Ever tours until 1 April.

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Contents include: An interview with actor and Doctor Who fan Rufus Hound; Showrunner Steven Moffat answers readers’ burning questions; a feature by Steve Lyons investigates the weird world of the supernatural in the Doctor Who universe; the feature 'Crack of Doom' finds out more about Big Finish’s audio box set Doom Coalition 4; Toby Hadoke pays tribute to Rodney Bennett, the director who oversaw three very different productions during the early years of Tom Baker’s tenure as the Doctor; the original Master returns for new comic strip adventure 'Doorway to Hell' part two, by Mark Wright, with art by Staz Johnson; 'The Fact of Fiction' examines 1972's 'The Mutants'; The Time Team rewatch the 2011 series opener 'The Impossible Astronaut'; plus Previews, book and audio reviews, news, the Watcher's column, the annual season survey poll, prize-winning competitions and much more!