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Doctor Who Adventures issue 355

dwa355The ultimate Doctor Who family announced by BBC Doctor Who Adventures magazine

BBC Doctor Who Adventures magazine, the fact-packed magazine for children that love Doctor Who, today reveals the ultimate Doctor Who family in the UK.

Moray Laing, Editor of Doctor Who Adventures, says:

“Earlier this year we launched our search to find a family that live and breath Doctor Who unlike any other. We were really impressed with the response and it wasn’t easy choosing the overall winner because we got some amazing entries! However, the ultimate award goes to the Fishpool family from Cleveland. In their entry they explained how the boys, Dylan and Noah, have a TARDIS blue bedroom, have amazing Doctor Who parties and love playing Doctor Who all the time… and they even have a dog called Tennant.”

The family win a year’s worth of Doctor Who Adventures, an action figure and a Doctor Who calendar. Three runner-up families win goodies too.

Also this issue:

· A sneaky look at the next two episodes of Doctor Who.

· Which monster should be crowned the grossest creature of all time?

· The chance to win Doctor Who – Deep Breath on DVD plus a complete set of Doctor Who Regeneration stickers from Topps.

· Essential facts about the Dalek Prime Minister.

· Fun puzzles, quizzes and things to cut out and keep.

· Interview with Ben Miller, who recently played the Sheriff of Nottingham in Who.

· Comic fun and danger for the Doctor, Clara and also the Alien Babies.

· Bonus token to win a life-size TARDIS for your school.

· All this and loads more!

The new issue of BBC Doctor Who Adventures, Issue 355, is on sale from 24 September – 7 October 2014, priced £3.99. The issue comes with a massive A2 Doctor Who poster to celebrate the launch of the new Topps Regeneration collection, plus 13 Doctor Who stickers, including exclusive ones.

You can subscribe to Doctor Who Adventures at Worldwide shipping is available.


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  • BigE

    November 2nd, 2014 - 2:22pm

    Which sticker goes on DWA7. Daughter upset as she can’t complete the poster. Help..

  • Antonio Zambonini

    September 26th, 2014 - 12:49pm

    Plz say they realse this for series 4 3.75 figures meaning that monster

  • Anonymous

    September 24th, 2014 - 8:46pm

    I Collect the Doctor Who Magazines, Doctor Who Essentials, Doctor Who Figurine Collection the list used to be a lot longer but some magazines stopped and the others stopped sending them ( that being DWA) considering the new series is on I decided to start collecting these for the next 13 weeks and there brilliant! 😀

  • StetsonDoctor

    September 24th, 2014 - 7:32pm

    Ok, so I’ve got this now, and anyone who wants to know more about the exclusive stickers, listen up:

    So basically, you get one A2, one-sided poster, plus a promotional pack of 5 stickers, and two card packs that open out to reveal four stickers inside each. So as advertised, you get 13 in total.

    The poster has 8 slots (DWA1, DWA2, DWA3 etc.) and the promotional pack of stickers contains DWA1 and DWA2; both are the bigger style stickers. Each card pack contains DWA3 and DWA4 respectively, and both are standard size.

    • StetsonDoctor

      September 24th, 2014 - 7:35pm


      However, the difference with DWA3 and DWA4 is that they can also be used in the album. They’re either DWA3 and DWA4, or 16 and 188 (I think…)

      So to recap, you get 4 promotional stickers, 2 of which are ‘optional’; they can be used in the album OR poster. The other 9 are standard stickers that can only be used in the album. 13 more stickers coming next fortnight…

    • Doctor Simeon

      September 27th, 2014 - 5:44pm

      But also worthy of note is the fact that the sickers in the card holders of four are more shiny than the usual stickers.

      Also has anyone tried putting stickers 3 + 4 on the poster and then folded it back up? They put the spots for most of the stickers on the creases.

    • StetsonDoctor

      September 27th, 2014 - 5:47pm

      Yes, I agree they are more shiny.

      Tried stickers 3&4 cautiously, and didn’t have any problems. Luckily, when I folded the poster up again it seemed fine to me.

    • Doctor Simeon

      September 28th, 2014 - 9:15am

      Okay StetsonDoctor, that’s useful to know. Didn’t think I’d end up collecting these but I couldn’t resist. It’s mainly for the nostalgia of collecting them back in 2006 with the Radio Times set!

  • The Flying Shark

    September 24th, 2014 - 7:12pm

    I got this today from Tesco.

    • Hello Rusty

      September 27th, 2014 - 10:13pm

      Any good?

  • Alex The Geek

    September 24th, 2014 - 4:38pm

    Might seem like a slightly odd question but is there anything about Psi in this issues? And if so how much?

    • ice warrior

      September 24th, 2014 - 5:44pm

      That little boy wit the sonic looks a lot like me!

    • Hello Rusty

      October 2nd, 2014 - 4:49am

      Ice warrior is that boy you ?

  • Sugardoc5

    September 24th, 2014 - 10:46am

    Sorry didn’t see the last part

  • Sugardoc5

    September 24th, 2014 - 10:19am

    What do you get free is it the exclusive stickers this time ?


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