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Myth Makers: Roger Delgado Tribute

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Category: Reeltime Myth Makers, Drama and Documentary DVDs

Roger Delgado appeared in only eight Doctor Who stories, but today he is fondly remembered as creating one of the most exciting characters to grace the series.

As The Master, Roger was the perfect nemesis for Jon Pertwee’s Doctor and in this special Myth Makers many of the team from that era, including Jon Pertwee, Nicholas Courtney, Barry Letts, Paul Bernard and Shaun Sutton, recall Roger’s time in the show and his career in television and films.

 

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Myth Makers: Derrick Sherwin

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Category: Reeltime Myth Makers, Drama and Documentary DVDs

Derrick Sherwin joined the Doctor Who production office during the latter days of Patrick Troughton’s tenure as the second Doctor.

As Story Editor, Script Editor and eventually Producer, he became deeply involved in the planning of the changeover from Patrick to Jon Pertwee – the third Doctor.

In this fascinating Myth Makers, Nicholas Briggs uncovers the quite detailed planning that went into the changeover, the creation of UNIT and the fact that the switch to Earthbound stories would have gone ahead even if Patrick had stayed!

 

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Myth Makers: Philip Hinchcliffe

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Category: Reeltime Myth Makers, Drama and Documentary DVDs

After studying English at Cambridge, Philip joined ITV and worked for several years as a script editor. He joined the BBC in 1974 and produced three seasons of Doctor Who featuring the debut of Tom Baker in the title role.

Over the years, he has been a contributor on numerous DVD releases of his programmes, in particular Doctor Who, for which he has recently written some new stories for Big Finish.

In this Myth Makers, shot on location at the Doctor Who Appreciation Society’s own Myth Makers event in 2014, Philip talks to Nick Briggs about his successful career in television and film, plus the thinking and planning behind his three years in charge of Doctor Who working with Robert Holmes as Script Editor.

 

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Twelfth Doctor Comic Strip Collection - Fractures

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Category: Doctor Who Comics and Collected Comics

The Twelfth Doctor and Clara Oswald take a TARDIS trip into all-new adventures!

 

First, they battle an enemy who can slide between the cracks of the universe and take over unwilling human hosts - the FRACTURES! Then, it's a hard-fought battle against an alien invasion in 60s Las Vegas - forcing the pair to team up with local gangsters... in GANGLAND!

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Doctor Who Magazine 495

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Category: Doctor Who Magazine

The new issue of Doctor Who Magazine finds out what happens when River Song runs into the Eighth Doctor in the new audio series The Diary of River Song – and interviews both Paul McGann and Alex Kingston who says

River has to interact with the Eighth Doctor to save him, to help him. When she’s figured out how she can do that without having to be physically present in front of him, alongside helping him, she can then tease and flirt a little bit, because she knows she’s safe, and she knows she hasn’t overstepped a boundary, or changed his or her future in any way by that actual physical interaction. So she can then have fun! She’s in control.

And what does the Eighth Doctor make of River?

What the Doctor says to River when he realises her acumen, her calibre, is ‘Wow, hang on a minute – where did you pick up all this?! For an amateur, you ain’t half clever'. He says, ‘Any time you fancy joining me, I could always do with a pair of hands’. He realises, almost instantly, how clever she is. ‘If you’re ever stuck for a trip round the universe helping me out, you’re on.’ So there’s that lovely playfulness as well. Of course, he’s doing it in blissful ignorance. And she’s trying not to appear too clever, and give the game away, but of course she has to save his life. So it’s great. It’s childish, but it’s great fun.

ALSO INSIDE ISSUE 495...

ASK STEVEN MOFFAT

Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat answers readers questions about the recent episode Heaven Sent – and find out whether the Doctor ever had to run around the castle naked.

THE DRAGON LORD

The latest comic strip adventure continues with Part 2 of The Dragon Lord, written by Steve Lyons, with art from Adrian Salmon.

CEREAL KILLERS

Doctor Who fans of the 1970s will get nostalgic, as we take a trip down memory lane and meet the artist behind Weetabix’s series of artwork cards, which were launched in 1975, and given away with packets of breakfast cereal.

THE ELEVENTH HOUR APPROACHES

The Time Team returns to watch the first adventure of the Eleventh Doctor – The Eleventh Hour. What will they make of the new Doctor, Amy Pond and Prisoner Zero?

WREAKING HAVOC

A tribute to stuntman Derek Ware, who worked on Doctor Who during its first decade, and has recently passed away at the age of 77.

THE EXXILON FACTOR

The Fact of Fiction takes an in-depth look at the 1974 Third Doctor adventure Death to the Daleks.

THE DWM REVIEW

DWM reviews the recent Christmas Special, The Husbands of River Song. We also take a look at the latest books and audio and revisit 1968’s The Wheel in Space and 1977’s The Face of Evil.

THE DWM SEASON SURVEY!

Vote for your favourites of the most recent series, plus the book and audio releases from the past 12 months!

PLUS! All the latest official news, previews of upcoming releases, competitions, the answers to The Watcher’s Fiendishly Festive Christmas Quiz, The DWM Crossword and much more!

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