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The tenth issue of Doctor Who Adventures had a cover date of 10 August - 18 August 2006.

Contents Edit

Free gift Edit

  • Inflatable Dalek

Fact File (Photo feature and Essential Info) Edit

  • The Beginning (The story of Doctor Who)

Comic content Edit

Tales from the TARDIS Edit

The moment the Rose meets a Dalek

Monster A-Z Edit

The Doctor's Data (Collectable Fact File) Edit

Adventure Guide (Photofeature) and Behind the scenes Feature Edit

Posters Edit

Additional features Edit

  • Welcome (including latest news/ preview teaser)
  • The Vortex (Who News)
Find in this issue hidden somewhere Victor Kennedy to win a Doctor Who TARDIS clock!
  • TARDIS Inbox
Featuring readers letters, photos and readers art
  • Quiz
Dalek Quiz (2 pages)
  • Make It
Cut out and make Tenth Doctor mask
  • Puzzle Pages / Fun stuff
Humour: 'Things to do with a defeated enemy (10)' Use the Sycorax as pins for a game of ten-pin bowling (by Christopher Cooper)
  • Competition Goodies: Doctor Who DVD, Stormbreaker Spy Kits, Atom toy set and zero gravity remote control vehicles.

Credits Edit

Also featuring favourite scene

Assistant Editor: Moray Laing, Travelling to Norway
Senior Designer: Paul Lang, The Abzorbaloff revealed
Senior Writer: Annabel Gibson, Rose kissing the Doctor
Picture Editor: Shaila Bux, Cassandra exploding
Production Editor: Ed Lomas, Wheelie bin burping
Editorial Assistant: Olivia McLearon, Rose meeting Pete
Tea supplied by Jackie Tyler, meeting Elton Pope

Hidden Away / Facts Edit

Mini-motto 3: "Mind you, I quite like hope. Hope's a good emotion..."

This magazine can be recycled: "Affirmative, Master"

Frau Clovis: "The Duke of Manhattan will NOT accept entries from small, green creatures from Alpha Centauri!"

  • The Doctor Who theme tune was created by Delia Derbyshire.
  • The sound of the TARDIS appearing and disappearing has remained the same as the first episode and was made by scraping a key against piano strings.
  • The Cyber Controller is fed by pipes full of nutrients and fluids from his Cyber throne.
  • The manager of the quarry where The Impossible Planet was filmed had 'OOD' in his car's number plate.
  • The Ood were originally going to come from the Slitheen home world of Raxacoricofallapatorius.
  • 'Krop Tor' means bitter pill.

Additional details Edit

  • Published every two weeks on a Thursday, this issue had a cover price of £1.99 (UK).
  • The subscription offer for this issue was a saving of over £6 (UK). No other incentive is offered.
  • This issue's free gift was selotaped to the cover.
  • Next issue's two free gifts are named as huge giant posters (as big as you are!) and holographic stickers.

External link Edit

  • [1] the official BBC magazine site with cover gallery and news of the latest available issue.

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