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Fourth Doctor 3:8 Zygon Hunt

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Category: Fourth Doctor Audios

On the jungle planet Garros, Earth Forces Knight Commander-in-Chief Greg Saraton and his team are hunting gigantic beasts, for sport. When the Doctor and Leela arrive, they are caught up in a web of intrigue where there is no clear friend or foe.

What is Saraton’s vital connection with Earth’s Solar System’s Defence Shield? Why are the giant reptilian birds of Garros attacking? What terrible secret lurks deep within the trees?

Before the truth can be revealed, a heavy price will be extracted and loyalties will be tested to the limit.

Written By: Nicholas Briggs
Directed By: Nicholas Briggs


Tom Baker (The Doctor), Louise Jameson (Leela), Michael Maloney (Gregor Saraton), Gillian Kearney (Mina Challis), James George (Knight Commander Elunas), Steven Alexander (Knight Commander Ollerie), Nicholas Briggs (Baragor/Zygons/Knights)



189: Revenge of the Swarm

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Category: Doctor Who Monthly Dramas 151 onwards

The Doctor thought he had defeated the microscopic Nucleus of the Swarm in his fourth incarnation. He was wrong. It survived within the TARDIS, and now it has brought it back to Titan Base, back to the point of its own creation. It has a plan that spans centuries, a plan which will result in the Nucleus becoming more powerful – and larger – than ever before.

To defeat it, the Doctor, Ace and Hex must confront the Nucleus within its new domain - the computer-world of the Hypernet, the information network crucial to the survival of the human empire. But if the Doctor is to save the day, he has to risk everything and everyone he holds dear...

Written By: Jonathan Morris
Directed By: Ken Bentley


Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor), Sophie Aldred (Ace), Philip Olivier (Hector Thomas), John Leeson (The Nucleus of the Swarm/Computer), Mandi Symonds (Shafira), Maggie Service (Root/Receptionist), John Heffernan (Vonchef), Phyllida Nash (Professor Oksana Kilbracken), Siobhan Redmond (Talin), John Dorney (Lugerman), Paul Panting (Security Guard Brabbeko)


Doctor Who Special 38: The Official Guide to Doctor Who's 50th Anniversary

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Category: Dr Who Magazine Specials

Discover the behind-the-scenes secrets of the most exciting year in Doctor Who's long history in the latest Doctor Who Magazine Special Edition. Doctor Who celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2013, marking half a century of time-travel adventures. The Year of the Doctor is researched and compiled by Andrew Pixley, and has 100 pages packed with previously unpublished photos, day-to-day details of Doctor Who’s production and hundreds of fascinating new facts.


This essential guide contains in-depth articles on the Paul McGann mini-episode The Night of the Doctor; the 50th Anniversary Special The Day of the Doctor; Matt Smith's final story The Time of Doctor; the drama based on the origins of the series, An Adventure in Space and Time; the hilarious The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot; Doctor Who at the Proms 2013; the Brian Cox lecture The Science of Doctor Who; the documentaries Doctor Who: The Ultimate Guide and Me, You and Doctor Who; Doctor Who Live: The Afterparty; and much, much more!


Wallowing in Our Own Weltschmerz

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Category: Doctor Who Reference Books

An Auton Guide to the Stories Behind the Stories of the Seventh Doctor


Doctor Who is now in its fifty-first year and enjoying its 12th 13th 14th latest of many actors to take on the lead role. Every era is different, each actor brings their own style to the role, each producer and script editor makes their mark and probably Sylvester McCoy’s era is one of the most divisive among fandom.


It’s a dynamic three years blowing cobwebs off the memory of recent cancellation. The Doctor and the series develop over forty-seven episodes until finally, sadly, just as things are on the up, the show is cancelled again.


The Auton guide to the stories behind the Seventh Doctor’s era answers all the questions fans haven’t been asking :

Cleaning Robots: What can you actually clean with a drill and a saw blade? We tried.

Who built the Rani’s lair? How long did it take?

Harry’s 70+ - how old is his wife if she’s having twins in a few weeks?

Why is the Psychic Circus so-called?

Why do Rezzies eat Kangs when they’ve got a ready supply of teacakes, crumpets, muffin, basil and fresh cream?

Now that we have a ‘Special Weapons’ Dalek, should we re-label all the other Daleks?

And how did Delta fit into Mel’s dress?


We worry about these things so you don’t have to. It’s been a long time since Auton visited Doctor Who. Aided by the illustrations of Andy X Cable it’s time to get it out of our system.


Build high for happiness.




Bowler Hats and Kinky Boots (A Guide to The Avengers)

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Category: Cult Titles

‘Always keep your bowler on in times of stress. And watch out for diabolical masterminds.’

The Avengers is one of the most stylish and influential television series of all time, blending action and adventure with outrageous villains and a camp sense of fun. It introduced the public to the central characters of John Steed, Cathy Gale, Emma Peel and Tara King, and made international stars of actors Patrick Macnee, Honor Blackman, Diana Rigg and Linda Thorson.


This is the most in-depth reference work about the show. It covers all aspects, going through the production episode by episode, with full behind-the-scenes details. Assembled from ABC Television documentation, including daily progress reports and internal letters and memos, to give a complete day by day picture of how the series progressed from videotape to film and from black and white to colour. In addition, the author has spoken and corresponded with many people who worked on the series, to give the fullest picture yet of how this classic and stylish British production was assembled.


This volume also covers The New Avengers, the South African radio series, the stage play and the 1998 feature film.


Fourth Doctor 1:6 Scale Limited Edition Figure

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Category: Masterpiece Collection Maxi Busts

Walking through eternity in his outlandish and eccentric attire, his trademark long scarf trailing his footsteps, the Fourth Doctor cuts a striking figure. The Time Lord comes complete with numerous accessories including his fedora hat, yo-yo, bag of Jelly Babies, Hand of Fear, The Key to Time and Time Tracer, plus of course his ever reliable Sonic Screwdriver. With eight interchangeable hands to adopt various poses and an illuminating display base featuring the Gallifreyan symbol for the number 4, this is the ultimate collectable for fans of the Fourth Doctor.


Engines of War

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Category: Original Doctor Who Novels

"The death of billions is as nothing to us Doctor, if it helps defeat the Daleks."


The Great Time War has raged for centuries, ravaging the universe. Scores of human colony planets are now overrun by Dalek occupation forces. A weary, angry Doctor leads a flotilla of Battle TARDISes against the Dalek stronghold but in the midst of the carnage, the Doctor's TARDIS crashes to a planet below: Moldox.


As the Doctor is trapped in an apocalyptic landscape, Dalek patrols roam amongst the wreckage, rounding up the remaining civilians. But why haven't the Daleks simply killed the humans?


Searching for answers the Doctor meets 'Cinder', a young Dalek hunter. Their struggles to discover the Dalek plan take them from the ruins of Moldox to the halls of Gallifrey, and set in motion a chain of events that will change everything. And everyone.


An epic novel of the Great Time War featuring the War Doctor as played by John Hurt. Hardcover


Brian Hayles: The Moon Stallion

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Category: Cult Fiction

When the Purwells set out to explore the land of the real King Arthur, they find themselves caught up in a hunt for the Moon Stallion, a beautiful but dangerous beast without mortal master. Mortenhurze, Purwell's patron, wants revenge. Todman, a horse warlock, has more sinister intentions. Both men seek to capture the mysterious horse, so that its magic powers will become theirs to command.


But they are no match for the dark forces of myth and magic which still exist among the Berkshire hills. Only Diana, who is blind, is allowed a glimpse of the truth. With Merlin's help, she learns that the Moon Stallion is beyond the reach of ambitious men. It is part of a legend which unites past, present and future...


Based on the 1978 BBC Children's fantasy drama starring Sarah Sutton, John Abineri, and David Haig.




Best known for his work on Doctor Who, he wrote a total of six stories and created the iconic Celestial Toymaker and The Ice Warriors! Hayles wrote for such television series as The Regiment, Barlow at Large, Doomwatch, Out of the Unknown, United!, Legend of Death, Public Eye, Z-Cars, BBC Playhouse, The Wednesday Thriller and Suspense.


In addition to script writing for the radio series The Archers, Hayles penned a novel based on the soap called Spring at Brookfield (Tandem, 1975) set in the period between the two world wars. His other books included novelisations of his Doctor Who stories, and two horror plays for children, The Curse of the Labyrinth (Dobson, 1976) and Hour of the Werewolf (Dobson, 1976). An original novel entitled Goldhawk (NEL, 1979) was published posthumously


Still Getting Away With It. Autobiography of Nicholas Courtney

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Category: Autobiography

Limited copies back in stock


Still Getting Away With It, the official autobiography of Nicholas Courtney, is co-written with Michael McManus ("Towards the Sound of Gunfire"). "I think the time has now come for me to write a full and frank account of my life, not least with regard to my unbroken, forty-year association with Doctor Who," says Courtney, beloved by fans worldwide for his longtime portrayal of Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart. "Some people may be surprised by how candid and forthright I am going to be about certain people and events, but I think I owe it to myself and also to others to be reasonably bold as well as old! This will be very much a new book. The more familiar stories have been completely re-edited or rewritten and there is a mass of entirely new material. I am delighted Michael is co-writing this new book with me. He is both a good friend and a very experienced and talented writer." Says McManus, "As Nick's friend and as someone who has always enjoyed Doctor Who, I regard the opportunity to participate in this project as a huge privilege. I can only hope we manage to do justice to the depths of the man - as actor on stage and screen, long-time Equity activist and all-round good guy. My ambition is simple. Anyone reading this book must feel they have really got to know Nick intimately."


The book's introduction was written by Tom Baker


Doctor Who Magazine 476

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Category: Doctor Who Magazine

Showrunner and head writer Steven Moffat gives Doctor Who Magazine readers an exclusive guide to series 8 of Doctor Who


Oh, it's a proper blockbuster this episode, so many explosions that Peter Capaldi came in on his day off to watch the Daleks blowing up! I like a Doctor who revels in the destruction of evil in his downtime…

Also in this issue:


Doctor Who's production designer Michael Pickwoad on how to create entire worlds.

Former script editor Andrew Cartmel talks to the writers he employed on what could have been Doctor Who's very last season:Ben Aaronovitch, Ian Briggs, Marc Platt and Rona Munro.

Terrance Dicks – script editor, writer and novelist supreme – talks about his work on Target's Doctor Who books.

DWM pays tribute to the life and times of director Derek Martinus, the man who introduced the Cybermen, Ice Warriors and Autons to Doctor Who.

The Fact of Fiction takes a detailed look at the 1982 Fifth Doctor adventure, Kinda.

The Crystal Throne ­– the brand new comic strip adventure starring Vastra, Jenny and Strax continues.

The Time Team watch the Doctor meet River Song for the first time in Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead.

Jacqueline Rayner and her family get World Cup fever as they wait for the start of the new series in Relative Dimensions.

The Watcher poses more questions and reveals dubious secrets from the archives in Wotcha!

Reviews and previews of the latest CDs and books.

Official news, the DWM crossword, prize-winning competitions and much more!



TARDIS Short Jumpsuit

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Category: Bathrobes

 This Doctor Who hooded Jumpsuit features a printed front and back

One Size Fits Most

65% Polyesters / 35% Cotton