DWM special issue: In the Studio

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 DWM Special In the Studio

Doctor Who Magazine DWM special 48, the 2018 yearbook

Doctor Who Magazine Special 2018 YearbookAt 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.

The Zygons are returning to Doctor Who 50th anniversary special

the Zygons return for Doctor Who 50th anniversary specialThey might have passed unnoticed by the new Whovians, the one that did not watch the old series. They were among the races rose against the Doctor in The Pandorica Opens, but they where threatening Earth in the Fourth Doctor adventure, Terror of the Zygons. At leas that’s what BBC is saying here when they are announcing the Zygons’ return to Doctor Who 50th anniversary special.

The source of the image is, of course, Facebook. Fell free to follow them.

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A new special edition of Doctor Who Magazine is out now with some missing First Doctor adventures

Doctor Who Magazine special editionAs it was announced, a new special edition of Doctor Who Magazine is out now, bringing you the complete visual guide to some of the missing First Doctor adventures. 106 Doctor Who episodes from the 1960s are no longer held in the BBC’s Archives. because the original videotapes were erased, reused, or destroyed.

Fortunately for fans, some of these missing episodes survive as “telesnaps” – essentially photographs of the film footage itself – designed to be a record of work for directors, designers and actors in the days before video showreels.

Fill the gap in your collection, with Doctor Who Magazine: The Missing Episodes – The First Doctor. It’s out now, price £5.99.

Find out more information about this special edition here.

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Destinations of Doctor Who, world premiere special august 25

 “When you travel in a time machine, you never know where you’ll end up.” so says Karen Gillan (Amy Pond).

Don’t miss the World Premiere of an All New Special, The destination of Doctor Who – Saturday August 25 at 9/8c,  only on BBC America.

The year 5 Billion, the Starship UK, a haunted hotel full of nightmares, a spaceship full of Weeping Angels… Gallifrey, Gallifrey, Gallifrey, Gallifrey, Gallifrey!

Leave the beach towel at home and take a trip to the end of the Earth — literally. From the Starship UK to one very haunted hotel, you won’t find the destinations of Doctor Who in any guidebook. Join celebrity Whovians as they visit some of the most memorable locations visited by The Doctor and his companions.

Doctor Who – Cast and crew, special

The video was made by Jennie Fava and it was edited by Geraint Huw Reynolds. It’s interesting to find more about the people behind Doctor Who series, to put a face to a name… and it’s also fun (the video).  It was made for the end of David Tennant’s tenure as the Doctor.