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In the latest issue- There’s a world exclusive interview with the doctor’s new companion Millie Gibson, who talks all about switching Corrie for the cosmos. Russell T Davies also gives his thoughts on the casting the character of Ruby.
Calling all Whovians: Dr Who, the international television and film icon, is chronicled with features, comic strips, inside stories and reviews from British TV’s most popular and long running sci-fi programme. Keep up to date, also, with the current making of the programme plus articles on actors past and present. One for you collectors and fans out there.
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I’m 36, and there aren’t many things that I can remember from my childhood that are still going strong on the TV. Doctor Who is probably the pick of them all (although that Vortex game show programme was truly awesome), although to be honest how they manage to put the TV show on at 7pm intrigues (but doesn’t disappoint) me, as it’s fair to say it’s still got its means and ways of scaring the children to bits.
But it’s the good Dr Who, after all, Daleks and spinning Christmas trees. It’s the one British TV institution that is allowed to scare the kids, without seeming to emotionally damage them. A programme perched high above the others in it’s own right based on that fact alone. The programme the watershed forgot.
Anyway, this isn’t the television series, it’s a magazine. It combines current commentary of the Doctor’s travels as well as looking back at past actors playing the role and the munsters they were up against. It’s a really nice read, for anyone under the age of 50 who still remembers crouching behind the back of the sofa all those years ago.