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Doctor Who Magazine

(4 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  |  510  


Contents include: A tribute to Sir John Hurt, the man who played the War Doctor, featuring contributions from those whose knew and worked with him, including David Tennant; Richard Curtis is interviewed about his Doctor work, including The Curse of Fatal Death and Vincent and the Doctor; showrunner Steven Moffat answers readers' questions; a look at the history of the home video recording of Doctor Who; the SFX of The Invisible Enemy, the story that took on Star Wars; Sydney Newman's attempts to reinvent Doctor Who in the 1980s is revealed; the Time Team watch Day of the Moon; new comic strip adventure as the Doctor faces the original Master in Doorway to Hell part three; DWM interviews the people behind the fanzine Vworp! Vworp! ; plus official news, reviews, previews, the Wotcha! page, prize-winning competitions and more!
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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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Doctor Who Magazine magazine subscription.

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   The Perfect Companion to the Show! Reviewed Thursday, May 25, 2017
If you're a Doctor Who fan or a casual viewer who wants to learn more about this brilliant program and its 50+ year history, look no further! Doctor Who Magazine is an insightful, honest, and just plain fun publication that caters to all ages and Who lovers. No matter if you like the Classic Series, the Modern Series, or both, you'll find plenty of things to interest you here, with well written reviews, entertaining interviews, and tons of original features and articles you won't find anywhere else. Edited by the talented Tom Spilsbury and his team, this magazine is the perfect companion to the show! And did I mention there are contests within its pages too?
Reviewed by Jacob Lockett
   The best television sci/fi mag of all time Reviewed Saturday, May 13, 2017 SUBSCRIBER
I've been a longtime reader of Doctor Who Magazine and the quality of each issue simply gets better and better. After many years or collecting the print version I finally went digital. I have not looked back. Downloading on my iPad is easy and the magazine is crystal clear and a perfect read. Old issues can either stay on my device or be archived - and it is easy to download at anytime. Older issues are also a little cheaper so if you are missing a few then this is the way to get them. Great mag, great value for money and great digital delivery system. 5 stars!
   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.

Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in Doctor Who Magazine 510.

LETTER FROM The Editor Ocover story this issue marks a sad and thankfully rare event: the death of a Doctor. John Hurt, of course, came to Doctor Who relatively late in his career, and in rather unusual circumstances. In f...
“Suddenly, Doctor Who himself was standing in front of me, shaking my hand!” Answering the burning questions posed by DWM readers – the man in charge of Doctor Who! Ask STEVEN MOFFAT DANIEL CLEMENT asks: My seven-year-old son Finn has met four. I have met six. How...
After Peter, Who is next? All the latest official news from every corner of the Doctor Who universe… Gallifrey Guardian Speculation as to who will be the next Doctor is mounting, after Peter Capaldi made the shock an...
Big Finish launches The Ninth Doctor Chronicles ■ May 2017, Big Finish will launch The Ninth Doctor Chronicles, the first strand of a brand-new range of audio adventures featuring the Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh Doctors. The Doctor Chronicles te...
The Doctor and Bill brought to book! This spring BBC Books will release three new hardback novels, featuring the Twelfth Doctor and his new travelling companion, Bill Potts. The three stories are all by experienced authors: Diamon...
Beyond the TARDIS A round-up of what the cast and crew of Doctor Who have been up to away from the series… COMPILED BY DOMINIC MAY PEARL LITERALLY ■ Pearl Mackie was among the 18 hottest actors selected for InSty...
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Doctor Who Magazine   |   510   


Contents include: A tribute to Sir John Hurt, the man who played the War Doctor, featuring contributions from those whose knew and worked with him, including David Tennant; Richard Curtis is interviewed about his Doctor work, including The Curse of Fatal Death and Vincent and the Doctor; showrunner Steven Moffat answers readers' questions; a look at the history of the home video recording of Doctor Who; the SFX of The Invisible Enemy, the story that took on Star Wars; Sydney Newman's attempts to reinvent Doctor Who in the 1980s is revealed; the Time Team watch Day of the Moon; new comic strip adventure as the Doctor faces the original Master in Doorway to Hell part three; DWM interviews the people behind the fanzine Vworp! Vworp! ; plus official news, reviews, previews, the Wotcha! page, prize-winning competitions and more!
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
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Doctor Who Magazine magazine print subscription.
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