The latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine delivers a smorgasbord of Classic Doctor Who goodness, with Season 24 taking centre stage (probably for the first time since 1987).
DWM #565 features the story behind the discovery of Season 24’s previously unseen footage, which is included in the upcoming Doctor Who: The Collection Season 24 set.
Gorgeous cover, too, huh?
The issue also includes:
- An interview with 1980s production secretary Kate Easteal, who shares her memories of producer John Nathan-Turner.
- Margaret Toley describes her role as secretary to Doctor Who’s story editors in the 1960s and early ’70s.
- An in-depth preview of the new Season 24 Blu-ray box set.
- Inside the comic-book sequel to the Season 24 story Paradise Towers, with comments from the original story’s writer, Stephen Wyatt.
- Some of Doctor Who’s key visual effects designers reflect on their time working on the show in the mid-1980s.
- Collectivity explores the miniature world of Dapol, the company that launched the first range of Doctor Who action figures.
- A tribute to the late Frank Cox, one of Doctor Who’s first directors.
- Apocrypha looks back at the 1989 comic strip Who’s That Girl!
- The Fact of Fiction continues its analysis of 1970’s The Ambassadors of Death.
- Sufficient Data crunches Doctor Who’s numbers.
PLUS: Previews, reviews, news, prize-winning competitions, Time and Space Visualiser and more.
Doctor Who Magazine #565 is on sale now, priced £5.99 (UK). It’s also available as a digital edition from pocketmags.com priced £4.99.