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|Cover date:||18 December 2014|
|Format:||100 pages bound|
Publisher's summary Edit
"You asked me if you were a good man. And the answer is ... I don't know."
The adventure in space and time entered a new era with the arrival of Peter Capaldi. Exactly who was the new Doctor, and where would he lead the programme? Over the course of 12 remarkable episodes, Doctor Who rekindled the central mystery that made it compelling viewing when it first began.
This is the story of Capaldi's first series, along with all the highlights and notable events from the year in Doctor Who.
- Feature: World Party - The global launch of the new 2014 series
- Episode Guide 1: Deep Breath (by Justin Richards)
- Interview: Executive Decisions - Executive Producer Brian Minchin talks about Peter Capaldi's first season. Interviewed by Scott Handcock
- Feature: Lost in Translation - Doctor Who in France by Diane Lecerf
- Episode Guide 2: Into the Dalek (by Chris Bentley)
- Feature: Extra Time (by David Bryant)
- Episode Guide 3: Robot of Sherwood (by Justin Richards)
- Feature: Small World - a new wave of toys(by Jim Sangster)
- Episode Guide 4: Listen (by Alistair McGown)
- Feature: Sleeve Notes - Silva Screen (by Robert Fairclough )
- Feature: Orchestral Manoeuvres - Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular (by Marcus Hearn)
- Episode Guide 5: Time Heist (by Chris Bentley)
- Feature: What the Papers Said (by Russell Lewin)
- Feature: Aligning the Stars BBC Books (by Simon Guerrier)
- Episode Guide 6: The Caretaker (by Justin Richards)
- Feature: Old Friends, New Adventures - Big Finish by Chris Bentley)
- Interview: Days of Future Past - Tom Baker (by Chris Bentley)
- Episode Guide 7: Kill the Moon (by Chris Bentley)
- Feature: Box Fresh - DVD releases (by Robert Fairclough)
- Episode Guide 8: Mummy on the Orient Express (by Alistair McGown)
- Feature: A New Experience - Exhibitions (by Chris Bentley)
- Episode Guide 9: Flatline (by Alistair McGown)
- Feature: Living the Dream - Title sequence and fans work (by Simon Guerrier)
- Episode Guide 10: In the Forest of the Night (by John J Johnston)
- Feature: In Memoriam (by Jonathan Rigby)
- Episode Guide 11: Dark Water (by John J Johnston)
- Feature: Made of Win - Awards (by Simon Guerrier)
- Episode Guide 12: Death in Heaven (by John J Johnston)
- Afterword by Paul McGann
- Editor: Marcus Hearn
- Editors in Chief: Tom Spilsbury, Peter Ware
- Design Assistant: Mike Jones
- Art Editor: Peri Godbold
- Production: Mark Irvine
- Managing Editor: Alan O'Keefe
- Managing Director: Mike Riddell
- Special Thanks to: Jonathan Rigby
Additional details Edit
- This 100 page Special Edition of the Magazine was the first in a proposed series of Yearbooks and cost £5.99 (UK).
- The contents page incorrectly lists the opening feature as "Executive Decisions" not the actual "World Party" feature (third feature in).