Thursday, September 19, 2013

Doctor Who Magazine 465

The latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine is out now! Click on the cover for a bigger version and check out the details below:

This November sees the release of THE LIGHT AT THE END, a very special audio drama produced by Big Finish, which unites FIVE Doctors and a host of companions. DWM was present at the recording and spoke to the cast, including TOM BAKER, PETER DAVISON, COLIN BAKER, SYLVESTER McCOY and PAUL McGANN!

“It’s very important to celebrate 50 years of Doctor Who,” says Sylvester McCoy, “and it’s so exciting, too. It’s really nice that people treat you in a very loving and caring way, and they like to see you. And it’s great to come together with the other actors who played Doctor Who.” 
 “You’re guaranteed that... that energy, and that presence, and that sense of humour,” adds Paul McGann, about Doctors uniting.
 “To have us all together is a kind of critical mass of uranium,” Colin Baker smiles, “that should produce something pretty explosive!”
 “I think it’s very important that we do something to commemorate the 50th anniversary,” agrees Peter Davison, “It’s very nice to be a part of something that’s been running for 50 years and is still going strong.”
“In Waitrose,” adds Tom Baker, “a certain kind of old lady finds me quite interesting…”

START WITH A BANG!
Doctor Who's showrunner and head writer, STEVEN MOFFAT, answers DWM readers' questions. So how and why did the TARDIS explode in THE PANDORICA OPENS? Find out Steven’s reply in his exclusive column.

DEEP, DEEP TROUBLE
The Third Doctor and Jo encounter creatures from the bottom of the ocean in one of the best-loved stories of the 1970s. Discover fascinating new facts and intriguing new insights into the adventure, as THE FACT OF FICTION digs beneath the surface of THE SEA DEVILS!

BLOCKBUSTERS
DWM rolls back the clock to 2012 – five adventures, each of which could have been a movie! Stand by for action, as DWM takes a nostalgic look at a season filled with dinosaurs, Angels and Daleks as COUNTDOWN TO 50 continues.

PLUS!
All the latest official news; DVD, CD and book reviews; the latest merchandise previewed; prize-winning crossword and competitions; and much, much more!

DWM 465, on sale Thursday 19 September priced £4.75.

Thanks to Doctor Who Magazine

5 comments:

Paul Mount said...

You've GOT to love Tom Baker...

Paul said...

Is Tom Baker morphing into Jon Pertwee? A backwards regeneration?

Tony Danza said...

Please someone tell us who made the TARDIS explode and why in the Pandorica Opens! Who's voice was it saying silence will fall? I thought the Silence wanted to stop the Doctor from answering the question which would destroy the universe, so why would they destroy the universe by blowing up the TARDIS? Doesn't make any sense! My head is going to implode! I sure hope this is a part of a bigger story arc. There was speculation before that the voice was John Hurt. I'd prefer for all of this to be resolved on screen.

Tony Danza said...

Okay so I did a bit of searching. But Moffat's answer seems to sidestep the question! I sure hope it's resolved in the next 2 episodes!

"“Oh, never mind the TARDIS blowing up, what about the endless, bitter war Kovarian was on about? And what’s Trenzalore? And the oldest question in the universe? And what exactly do they mean, silence will fall? Anyway, I’m off to a readthrough…”"

Anonymous said...

Nice to see the Eighth Doctor wearing a Ninth Doctor style of leather jacket.