DWM goes on set with Jodie Whittaker, the latest Doctor. You can read their exclusive interview and previews of her first two episodes.
You also have there the latest updates from showrunner Chris Chibnall, a huge prize-winning competition and much more.
The new issue will be out Thursday 20 September 2018.
In this new issue of Doctor Who Magazine the showrunner Chris Chibnall reveals the meticulous preparations that went into announcing Jodie Whittaker as the Thirteenth Doctor in the original trailer. Despite all the secret plotting, the plan nearly came off the tracks when their cover was in danger of being blown by a wedding and a Velothon…
The new TARDIS crew describes filming for Series 11. You will visit the archive of Doctor Who writer and script editor Douglas Adams. Also you will find the untold story of Sky Ray ice lollies and Doctor Who, with images of rare 1960s memorabilia. The Fact of Fiction explores the 2017 story Empress of Mars.
DWM issue 528 is on sale Thursday 26 July, price £5.99.
DWM 526 includes an exclusive interview with Tom Baker as he revisits his first series as the Fourth Doctor. As part of DWM’s detailed preview of the forthcoming Season 12 Blu-ray set, the actor reflects on the role that changed his life. In the issue #526 you can find interviews with Roger Murray-Leach, Georgia Tennant and Jessica Martin, information about Kevin Lindsay, about the life and career of the Australian actor who played Styre in Season 12’s The Sontaran Experiment.
Doctor Who Magazine #526 is on sale from Thursday 31 May, price £5.99.
From cut scenes to completely edited-out characters, DWM 525 reveals the best bits of Doctor Who you never got to see.
The issue include an interview with Will Oswald, an editor on Doctor Who from 2007 to 2017, and an interview with Michelle Ryan, the Time Team regenerates and Out of the TARDIS with Janet Fielding – she chats about the return of her character Lady Christina de Souza.
Doctor Who Magazine was on sale from Thursday 3 May at WH Smith and all good newsagents, price £5.99. It was available digitally from pocketmags.com.
The new Doctor Who Magazine was released yesterday, 19 April 2018. Find out production secrets from the heart of Doctor Who: the special issue takes you behind the making-of the shwow in studio, from its relatively primitive beginnings at Lime Grove to the cutting edge of modern television production at Roath Lock!
Doctor Who Magazine Issue 524 will be on sale tomorrow, Thursday 5th April 2018.
Its cover should appeal to fans of Doctor Who young and old: it concerns itself with the new set of Target novels and they hold a nostalgic place in the heart of any classic era Who fan. The Target novels feature novelisations of Rose, The Christmas Invasion, Day of the Doctor, Twice Upon a Time. The fifth book is named City of Death.
There’s a new DWM out this Thursday, 8 March 2018! Issue 523 includes exclusive interviews with new executive producer Matt Strevens and Michelle Gomez (Missy). Out of the TARDIS returns with Dan Starkey who plays Strax, everyone’s favourite stroppy Sontaran. The new magazine is the first to feature the exciting new Doctor Who logo.
DWM issue 522 is out tomorrow, Thursday, February 8th, and has an exclusive interview with Beryl Vertue – Terry Nation’s agent in the 60s & now Steven Moffat’s mother-in-law! Plus, interviews with Susan Calman and Emma Freud about their Doctor Who projects, and a brand-new cosplay feature with Christel Dee: she leads us through a brand new Cosplay Masterclass. The new feature begins with looking at how to recreate Ace’s jacket.
The issue #522 also features Peter Capaldi reflecting on his time as our favourite Time Lord. The cover has a quote from the Twelfth Doctor which is intriguing where he reveals that he has “a sackful of guilt”.
At the end of 2017 a remarkable chapter in the history of Doctor Who draw to a close: in the Christmas special episode two incarnations of your favorite Time Lord overcame an existential threat. They have to deal with their own problems before the arrival of the Thirteenth Doctor heralded a bold new era for the programme: the first female Doctor.
This Special Edition of Doctor Who Magazine is a unique celebration of the Twelfth Doctor’s final adventures, from The Return of Doctor Mysterio through to Twice Upon a Time.
Highlights include exclusive new interviews with:
- Joe Browning, Jimmy Mann, Gary Pollard and Kate Walshe (Millennium FX)
- Ysanne Churchman (the voice of Alpha Centauri in Empress of Mars)
- Matthew Clark (graphic designer, 2017 series)
- Rachel Denning (Erica in The Pyramid at the End of the World)
- Mark Gatiss (Captain Lethbridge-Stewart in Twice Upon a Time)
- Stephanie Hyam (Heather in The Pilot and The Doctor Falls)
- Adele Lynch (Iraxxa in Empress of Mars)
- Rove McManus (host of Australian show Whovians)
- Rachel Talalay (director of three episodes in the 2017 series)
- Alexandra Tynan (designer of the original Cybermen)
The Doctor Who Magazine Yearbook 2018 was on sale January 2018 at WH Smith and all newsagents, price £5.99.
She discusses her regeneration scene and working with costume designer Ray Holman: “The very first meeting we had was all very secret and incognito. As we were talking I was completely distracted by the colour of the wallpaper behind us. I told Roy I absolutely loved that colour, and that’s the colour of the trousers.”
Chris Chibnall looks forward to a new era: “What’s evident is Doctor Who’s extraordinary ability to embrace change while remaining exactly the same show that people love.”
Rachel Talalay, the director of Twice Upon a Time, talks about the filming of Peter Capaldi and Jodie Whittaker’s regeneration scene.
Doctor Who Magazine 521 is on sale from tomorrow, Thursday 11 January 2018, price £5.99.
Pearl Mackie is back one more time, for this episode, but she talks to DWM about saying goodbye to companion Bill Potts.
This issue also have an interview with Mark Gatiss, who plays the Captain in the 2017 Christmas Special.
Steven Moffat previews his final story, Twice Upon a Time.
The issue 519 was out Thursday, 16th November 2017, price £5.99, and has and exclusive interview with the new first Doctor, David Bradley: 4 years ago he played William Hartnell in BBC Two’s ‘An adventure in space and time’. Now the actor is returning as the First Doctor for this year’s Christmas Special episode ‘Twice upon a time’.
Sir Derek Jacobi is returning as the Master: he talks to DWM about bringing back his version of the Master for Big Finish’s new series of audio adventures.
This issue chat with David Tennant and Billie Piper because the theth Doctor and Rose are back: over a decade on from their time together in the TARDIS, they are back for a series of audio adventures.
“An audio recording’s very different to filming a bit of TV – but the vibe is the same, and the characters are the same.” (David Tennant)
“It’s like when you hang out with an old friend who you haven’t seen for years, and then loads of stuff has happened between you, but it’s sort of just like you’re immediately there again. I love it.” (Billie Piper)
Matt Lucas talked with the DWM team about his new autobiography, which he wrote while playing Nardole in the tenth series of Doctor Who.
In the second part of DWM interview, the Seventh Doctor Sylvester McCoy reflects on Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary and looks forward to the show’s future.
Doctor Who Magazine 518 was on sale from Thursday 19 October, price £5.99.
This issue celebrated 30 years of Sylvester McCoy being the seventh Doctor. 3 decades after he first appeared in Doctor Who the actor recflects about how the role changed his life.
“We didn’t know that we were breaking rules. And I think we were also blessed by the fact that we didn’t have all that baggage of the past to get in the way…”
Doctor Who Magazine 517 was on sale from Thursday 21 September 2017, price £5.99.
The issue that appeared on August 2017. You can find more info about its content here.
Be ready! Issue 515 will be published Thursday 27 July 2017, priced £5.99. It’s the end of an era, with Steven Moffat and Peter Capaldi leaving the show, and the guys from the magazine are paying a tribute to Moffat’s time as showrunner with contributors as Russel T Davies, Chris Chibnall, Mark Gatiss and others.
The latest special edition of Doctor Who Magazine will be available June 14, 2014 (USA date) and it is devoted to the many Doctor Who toys, games and other collectables that have been issued since the early 1960s.
It has 100 pages that includes comprehensive guides to the toys produced in each decade, a look at some prototype designs that never reached the shops, the story of the rarest Doctor Who toy of all and a ringside seat at a Doctor Who board game marathon.
Doctor Who Magazine Issue #511 was for say this Thursday, 6 April 2017, price £5.99, and previews the series 10 starting just a few days from now.
- An exclusive interview with Pearl Mackie who plays new companion Bill Potts
- Previews of the first three episodes of the 2017 season – The Pilot, Smile and Thin Ice, with exclusive interviews with writers Steven Moffat, Frank Cottrell-Boyce and Sarah Dollard
- Doctor Who’s producers Nikki Wilson and Peter Bennett reveal the behind-the-scenes secrets of the making of the show
- 1983’s Terminus is put under the spotlight in The Fact of Fiction
- The Time Team watch 2011’s The Curse of the Black Spot
- Showrunner Steven Moffat introduces the writers of the 2017 series in his latest column
- Brand new comic strip action as the Doctor and Jess have a showdown with the Master in Doorway to Hell
The cover of the magazine and the cover inside the polybag.
The issue goes to 1970s and includes a special joint interview with Mark Gatiss and Katy Manning. And there’s a look at novelist and scriptwriter Terrance Dicks and the fourth Doctors mind-bending episode ‘The Brain of Morbius’. It will be out tomorroy, Thursday 12 January.
Doctor Who Magazine Issue 501 was published almost a week ago, Thursday 30 June. It was a Tom Baker Special, with a poster & art cards.
The second image is the cover of the actual magazine, which you’ll find inside the plastic polybag. Tom Baker’s interview in the issue of Doctor Who Magazine was his gift to fans & readers and it was describe as ‘the last interview’, remarking cheerfully “I’ll be dead quite soon.” He is healthy, but he is also 82 years old.
They have received some special messages from some of the Doctor’s pals – including Louise Jameson aka the Fourth Doctor’s companion Leela!
And Tegan, alias Janet Fielding!