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June 20th, 2024 7 comments

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Doctor Who Magazine Issue 605

Inside this issue

  • Previews of the thrilling season finale, Empire of Death, and the new Tales of the TARDIS episode, Pyramids of Mars – a new presentation of a seventies classic!
  • The Changing Face of Susan Twist – as the mystery behind her character is resolved, she reflects on her role in the latest season…
  • The men from UNIT – Lenny Rush (aka new scientific adviser Morris Gibbons) and Alexander Devrient (Colonel Ibrahim) share their experiences of working on the season finale.
  • Indira Varma on playing the Duchess of Pemberton and a bird-like alien Chuldur.
  • Access All Areas: Rogue. Join the cast and crew on a night shoot in south Wales, including more from Jonathan Groff about playing the eponymous bounty hunter.
  • Access All Areas: 73 Yards. Join Millie Gibson on location and get up-close to the mysterious woman who stalked Ruby over the decades.
  • Strictly confidential! Shirley Ballas and Johannes Radebe share their delight in being invited to dance in The Devil’s Chord.
  • Bang on Target! The authors of the new novelisations discuss how they adapted some of the latest episodes for print.
  • Russell T Davies on watching (or trying to watch!) recent episode Boom with his family.
  • Meet the crew – an interview with one of the tireless creatives working behind the scenes.
  • Loose Ends travels to ancient Egypt and imagines scenes that happened off screen.
  • The Fact of Fiction – a scene-by-scene look back at Eleventh Doctor story Vincent and the Doctor.
  • The latest installment of our comic strip featuring the Fifteenth Doctor and Ruby.

PLUS!

  • Gallifrey Guardian – all the latest news, including details of a wide range of books soon to hit the shelves!
  • Reviewed: all the latest audio releases.
  • Other Worlds – the essential guide to new stories in Doctor Who’s expanded universe.
  • Win Blu-rays, books and audio releases!

Doctor Who Magazine Issue 605 is on sale Thursday 20 June from panini.co.uk and WH Smith priced £7.99 (UK).


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7 comments

  • John

    June 24th, 2024 - 5:01pm

    Any subscribers still waiting? I think mines dematerialised!

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  • cosmosboy98

    June 21st, 2024 - 10:52am

    I am loving the amount of BTS coverage the new series is getting in DWM, upwards of 40 pages in each issue? If we think back to the Chibnall era that was unheard of! (This is not a slight at the quality of the Chibnall era, but an acknowledgment that the working relationship/ access between the production team & DWM was wildly different.) Will we ever see the Andrew Pixley type BTS write up for S11-13? I’m sure I heard once that it does exist…

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    • Haza14

      June 21st, 2024 - 3:40pm

      Yeah it’s great and definitely shows the production is working a lot closer with the magazine than it was during Jodie’s run.

      I’d love to see more of the Companion Volumes too. They brought them back briefly to cover Peter Capaldi’s first season but then stopped during COVID (not sure if this was the reason or just a fluke of timing) and they never continued. I’d love them to pick these up and continue through to the current series.

  • Loobop

    June 20th, 2024 - 9:59pm

    making the dr who seasons shorter must be even harder now to keep this magazine going especially at that price too.

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    • Anon

      June 20th, 2024 - 10:09pm

      It survived 16 years with no episodes…

    • Phasergrim

      June 30th, 2024 - 10:20am

      It was less than half the price Anon. I know I’ve had to stop buying it because it’s too expensive and not enough content compared to the start of the Capaldi era when I first got into the mag.

  • Bellal

    June 20th, 2024 - 1:22pm

    Not bought the magazine regularly since the Capaldi years, but I have to say that’s quite a nice cover, I like the green lettering

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