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Doctor Who and his Monsters, Snibston Discovery Museum, Leicester. With special guest Terry Molloy (Davros)

Saturday 25th October 10.00 am to 5.00 pm


Doctor Who’s most iconic enemies are joining forces to invade Snibston Discovery Museum in the October half term. The event will give fans a chance to get up close and personal with some of their favourite Doctor Who creatures, meet Cybermen, Daleks & K9, also have the opportunity to create their own monster. . Prize for best dressed Monster. Charges apply for some activities.


Ashby Road



Sheffield Film and TV Expo November 1st

Sheffield Film & TV Expo is a brand new event at The Workstation in the heart of Sheffield, dedicated to celebrating the very best in film and television, with a host of stars, monsters, stalls and much much more… with the added bonus of FREE ADMISSION! Guests include William Russell, Peter Purves, Janet Ellis, Kim Hartman and Richard Gibson (Allo Allo)

Cult Conversations come to DVD

CULT CONVERSATIONS is an exciting range of DVDs featuring icons of British screen and television, presented by television aficionado TOBY HADOKE. Series One includes interviews with Valerie Leon, Katy Manning, Tom Adams, John Carson, Fenella Fielding and Terry Molloy.


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New releases

Jago and Litefoot Series 8 Box Set

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Four brand new stories featuring the investigators of infernal incidents, in one box set.

Encore of the Scorchies by James Goss

The Backwards Men by Andy Lane

Jago & Litefoot & Patsy by Simon Barnard and Paul Morris

Higson & Quick by Justin Richards

Written By: James Goss, Andy Lane, Simon Barnard and Paul Morris, Justin Richards
Directed By: Lisa Bowerman


Trevor Baxter (Professor George Litefoot), Christopher Benjamin (Henry Gordon Jago), Conrad Asquith (Sergeant Quick), Lisa Bowerman (Ellie), Jenna Russell (Porcelain Polly), Cameron Blakely (Colonel Fuzz), Sarah Lark (Nancy), Flaminia Cinque (Patsy), Robert Whitelock (Mulberry Gride)


Early Years 1:2 The Doctor's Tale

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England, 1400. Winter. Blood in the snow. Henry IV has usurped the throne, and deposed King Richard II languishes in Pomfret Castle.


Meanwhile the Doctor and his companions preside over New Year revels at Sonning Palace.


But Sonning is a prison, treachery is in the air and murderous Archbishop Thomas Arundel will stop at nothing to crush the rebellion.


As the Doctor and Barbara take the road to Canterbury, Vicki finds a royal friend and Ian is dragged into a dark web of conspiracy at whose heart sits that teller of tales, Geoffrey Chaucer.


Written By: Marc Platt
Directed By: Ken Bentley


William Russell, Maureen O’Brien, Gareth Armstrong, Joseph Kloska, Alice Haig


Lalla Ward: Time Capsule

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Time Capsule is a celebration of Lalla Ward's adventures as the intrepid Time Lady Romana in Doctor Who, designed and edited by Paul W.T. Ballard.


This collection contains remembrances from Lalla herself on each of her stories, alongside a vast wealth of visual material. Included inside are photographs from filming and photocalls, reproductions of beautiful costume designs from June Hudson and Doreen James, as well as stunning original artwork by top Doctor Who artists Alister Pearson and Andrew Skilleter.




Doctor Who Magazine 479

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The next issue of Doctor Who Magazine is due out in the shops on Thursday, 16th October, and sees lead writer Steven Moffat discuss the return of the Cybermen in this year's final adventure:


I really wanted to do a Cyberman story because they were always my favourites when I was a kid, and I was quite surprised that one way or another I'd never used them in any of my own scripts, except as supporting characters. So I wanted to do a proper scary one...


Also in this issue:

Extensive previews of episodes 9 to 12 of the new series – Flatline, In the Forest of the Night, Dark Water and Death in Heaven. DWM talks exclusively to writers Jamie Mathieson, Frank Cottrell Boyce and Steven Moffat.

DWM interviews Samuel Anderson, aka Danny Pink.

Steven Moffat answers readers’ questions in his exclusive column.

DWM talks to Derrick Sherwin, Doctor Who's producer in the late 1960s.

Kill the Moon writer Peter Harness talks in depth about the script for his episode.

Reviews of the latest TV adventures: Time Heist, The Caretaker, Kill the Moon and Mummy on the Orient Express.

DWM talks to the stars of the eighth Doctor's latest audio series, Dark Eyes 3, including Paul McGann, Alex Macqueen and Georgia Moffett.

The Doctor and Clara’s comic strip adventures continue in The Eye of Torment written by Scott Gray, illustrated by Martin Geraghty.

The Time Team comment on the 2008 Tenth Doctor episode The Stolen Earth.

Jacqueline Rayner writes about the different ways of watching new episodes in Relative Dimensions.

The results of the DWM 2013 Merchandise Poll are revealed.

The Watcher tackles the controversial subject of last-minute edits in Wotcha!

The DWM crossword, prize-winning competitions and much more!


Scarifyers 9: The King of Winter

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Midsummer, 1938. When a train porter is frozen to his living room chair (then nearly crowned Miss Croydon), MI-13’s Harry Crow (David Warner) and Professor Dunning (Terry Molloy) are on the case. But what links the unfortunate porter to the equally glaciated peer-of-the-realm, Lord Trumpley? MI:13’s investigations lead them to exclusive gentleman’s establishment, The Tartarus Club, whose membership appears to be rapidly dwindling.


What is the secret of the Tartarus Club? Why are the villagers of Thornton Gibbet afraid of a 300-year-old ghost? And why is it snowing in June?


As everlasting winter sets in, Crow and Dunning find themselves pitted against their greatest foe yet… THE KING OF WINTER


David Warner as Harry Crow

Terry Molloy as Professor Dunning

Guy Henry as Charles Blackthorn

David Benson as Alexander Caulfield-Browne and Reverend Spicer

Stephen Critchlow as Prince George and Sir Reginald Flash

Lisa Bowerman as Dr Crook and Miss Lewis Smith

David Bickerstaff as Lord Huntingdon and Roger Dillcock

Alex Lowe as Hartley and King George VI


Journal of Impossible things with Tenth Doctor's Sonic Screwdriver


Includes 78 printed pages copied from the actual prop version seen on TV

Leather look cover and 21 blank pages for you to fill

Includes 10th Doctor's Sonic Screwdriver with blue LED


Upcoming releases

Collected Comics: The Blood of Azrael


Five linked stories from acclaimed writer Scott Grey featuring the Eleventh Doctor and Clara


192: The Widow's Assassin

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Once, long ago, in a land of monsters and corridors, a fair maiden was captured, and placed in a deep sleep.

She was used to being captured, and she had a hero who rescued her on just such occasions. But this time the hero never came.

And the fair maiden slept on.

Eventually, a King rescued the maiden, and made her his bride, which many wise old women might that tell you is just another way of capturing fair maidens.

And still the fair maiden slept on.

Then, the hero had another stab at rescuing the maiden from her prison, but he was too late. And, more importantly, he had
forgotten the rules of fairy tales.

He didn’t slay the dragon.


Written By: Nev Fountain
Directed By: Ken Bentley


Colin Baker (The Doctor), Nicola Bryant (Peri), Tim Chipping (Constable Wolsey/Mandrake), John Banks (Baron Pteratrark/Guard Two), Andrew Dickens (Reverand Flitamus/Guard One), Fiona Sheehan (Princess Dirani), Glynn Sweet (Harcross The Ever-Patient/Pheen-Tu/Flunkey)


Children of the Stones Audio read by Gareth Thomas

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Adam Brake, a professor of astrophysics, and his teenage son Matthew, arrive in Milbury, an English village surrounded by a stone circle. Adam has been commissioned to investigate the residual magnetism of the stones, but he and Matthew soon begin to realise that this is no ordinary village….


Based on the classic television series starring Gareth Thomas and Freddie Jones, this is the original novelisation, published for the first time in 35 years.


Jeremy Burnham and Trevor Ray are both actor-writers. ‘Children of the Stones’ for HTV was their first collaboration, closely followed by ‘Raven’ and the children’s novel ‘Mystery of the Tower’.


Jeremy’s writing credits include ‘The Avengers’, ‘Paul Temple’, ‘When the Boat Comes In’, ‘Minder’, ‘C.A.T.S. Eyes’ and ‘Inspector Morse’ to name but a few.


A stalwart of the National Theatre and the BBC Radio Drama department in both capacities as Actor and Writer, Trevor is best known to fans of Cult Television for his work on Doctor Who in 1969/70.



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40 x 28cm melamine tea tray



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Durable door mat with a rubber non-slip base

40 x 57cm


Cult Conversations DVD: Valerie Leon

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VALERIE LEON's career in acting straddles three Pantheons of cult cinema. As part of the Carry On franchise she lit up the screen in no less than seven movies. She smouldered in James Bond opposite both Sean Connery and Roger Moore, and played the lead in the infamously cursed Hammer film Blood From The Mummy's Tomb. Statuesque, empowered and iconic, this is the story of one of Britain's best loved stars.