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.
Jodie Whittaker from the red carpet at the BAFTA TV Awards 2018: she talks about her becoming the thirteenth Doctor and her nomination for Virgin TV Must-See Moment.
She speaks exclusively all things Bill Potts with Australia’s Channel 10.
An in-depth interview with Waris Hussein, Doctor Who‘s very first director, talking at the British Film Institute.
Waris Hussein joined BFT to discuss his remarkable career, from working with actors such as Anthony Hopkins, Ian McKellen and Shirley MacLaine to experiencing TV production on both sides of the Atlantic. Accompanied by clips of his finest work, Hussein discusses key productions such as the suffragette-inspired Shoulder to Shoulder, the Emmy-winning Copacabana, the Frederic Raphael-penned The Glittering Prizes and the BAFTA-winning Edward & Mrs Simpson.
The former series showrunner reveals why David Tennant nearly stayed an extra year and why one companion idea never made it to the screen. An interview interesting to watch: he has a new Doctor Who monster that’ll probably never appear.
Part 1 of Peter Capaldi’s interview on BBC Radio 2’s Doctor Who Access All Areas program for the Christmas Special Twice Upon a Time. Peter is with host Jo Whiley, the same presenter to whom he’d originally announced his departure from the show.
In this part of Peter Capaldi’s interview they discuss how successful Doctor Who has become.
To celebrate the release of Shada, the Doctor Who team spoke to Tom Baker about his memories of the story, why he thinks the Fourth Doctor is so popular and why he has come back to the show.
Steven Moffat reveals that Bill Pots wasn’t always in the script for Twice Upon a Time.
Interviewed on the BUZZ stage at MCM London Comic Con, David Bradley talks about recreating the First Doctor in the 2017 Doctor Who Christmas special, “Twice Upon A Time”. He’s accompanied by Claudia Grant (she played Carol Ann Ford), the actress who played the Doctor’s very first companion and granddaughter, Susan, in the 50th anniversary drama documentary An Adventure In Space And Time, and they give a shout out to the Big Finish audio adventures they’ve recorded together. The interview is interesting, let’s watch it.
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 is interview with Elisabeth Sladen (known as Sarah Jane Smith) in front of a moving massive Dalek, just as she announced her departure from the TARDIS.
In a nice interview Jodie Whittaker chats to Christine about her new drama ‘Trust Me’ and recounts the moment she found out she was the thirtheenth Doctor!
Further more, she reveals how she feels about becoming the 13th Doctor for the BBC News. She is currently starring as a different kind of doctor in the new television drama Trust Me.
Mark Gatiss talks about future of Doctor Who after Steven Moffat leaves: “It’s the end of an era”.
They have enjoyed an incredible working relationship on both Sherlock and Doctor Who, but will Gatiss still be a part of Who when new showrunner Chris Chibnall takes over? Let’s watch the interview and find out!
Peter Capaldi talks about his reasons for leaving Doctor Who at The Graham Norton Show 2017.
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.
Justin and Charity sit down and tell with the guys from the BBC about taking care of babies, saving the world, and the 2016 Doctor Who Christmas Special – The return of Doctor Mysterio.
Peter Capaldi was interviewed by Sophie Raworth (who appeared as a newsreader in “The Power of Three”) on the BBC’s hard news programme The Andrew Marr Show.
The comedian Matt Lucas talked on The One Show on 15th of December about the return of character Nardole, Series 10 and this years Christmas special episode The Return of Doctor Mysterio.
Mini Matt’s chance to interview the Eleventh Doctor Matt Smith.
Russell T Davies makes a return trip to the TARDIS for the arts TV series The South Bank Show: the man behind Queer As Folk, Cucumber, Doctor Who, and Torchwood talks to Melvyn Bragg.
Let’s watch Warwick Davis talking about Karl Pilkington, An idiot abroad, Star Wars, The Force Awakens, Han Solo’s death, Virtual reality, Doctor Who, New musical Eugenius, Willow sequel hopes and more at the MCM Comic Con in London.
For the past few months several short interviews have been released covering the story of the Tenth Doctor adventures. Watch this extended interview with David Tennant and Catherine Tate for Big Finish Productions about them returning to the roles of the Doctor and Donna.
Interviewed by Nick Briggs, filmed and edited by Tom Saunders.
Doctor Who Magazine Issue 499 of Doctor Who Magazine will be published on Thursday 28 April, price £4.99, and it’s resurrecting the most beautiful art used for the Doctor Who book covers.
You get inside 1981’s warrior gate and you find out how to have a Doctor Who wedding.
In an exclusive interview Clare Higgins explains why Ohila might really be the Doctor’s mother.
As part of the preparation for his role in The A Word, playing a grandfather of a child with autism, Christopher Eccleston has an emotional discussion with Gerard Groves, an autistic filmmaker and confirmed Whovian. The video is a heart-warming, funny, emotional behind the scenes footage when Gerard Groves interviewed the man who inspired him to make films.
Peter Capaldi draws his favorites moments from Doctor Who, he decided to interpret the brief and drew his Doctors, and he talks about Season 9 and 10 for Doctor Who: The Fan Show.
After the ninth series of Doctor Who was finished Peter Capaldi paid a visit to HMV store on London’s Oxford Street to meet fans and the people there grabbed him for a chat.
Peter Capaldi joins the British TV presenter Lorraine Kelly to talk about the DVD release of series 9 of Doctor Who, about secrecy, omnishambles, series 10 and the imagination of Steven Moffat, and in particular, an occupational injury common to people who play the Doctor.