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|Cover date:||16 February 1994|
|Publisher:||Marvel Comics UK|
- The 1972 BBC Visual Effects Exhibition - Peter Hart presents an exclusive look back at the exhibition which served as an inspiration for the long running displays at Blackpool and Longleat.
- Into 1994 Readers' Survey
- The Giants - In the last three articles examining the dawn of the world's longest-running science-fiction programme, Marcus Hearn reveals the complete storyline for a serial with the most chequered developmental history of any Doctor Who adventure. C. E. Webber's The Giants - perhaps the most significant missing story of all...
- No time (and three dimensions in space) - Mike Tucker begun working on Doctor Who as a visual effects design assistant on The Mysterious Planet segment of The Trial of a Time Lord. He then returned to the show for the Sylvester McCoy era. assisting on every story bar Paradise Towers and Battlefield. Here he presents a unique insight into the making of this year's Children in Need special Dimensions in Time.
- After Image - Nicholas Briggs looks back at Planet of the Daleks, assess 30 Years in the TARDIS...and attempts to review Dimensions in Time seriously - then gives up.
- Writing (New) Who - Last issue Craig Hinton spoke to a number of authors who contributed to the success of the New Adventures line of Virgin's Doctor Who imprint. This issue he speaks to some more, as well as asking Virgin's fiction editor Peter Darvill Evans for some clues as to 1994's offerings. But first Craig talked to Peter in a different capacity...
Comic content Edit
- Cuckoo - Part Two
Telesnap archives Edit
Compiled by Marcus Hearn
- Fury from the Deep - Episode Four
Interviews / Profiles Edit
- David Burton - Long time readers of Doctor Who Magazine will be aware of the independent sector's continued interest in Doctor Who. A 1988 pilot production, Doctor Who and the Monsters of Ness, was an attempt by one company to make their own version of the programme. Marcus Hearn tracked down actor David Burton to ask him about his central role in the story.
- Directing Who: John Gorrie - Andrew Evans talks to director John Gorrie about The Keys of Marinus - the epic Season One tale by Dalek creator Terry Nation.
- Acting the Part - Jane How by Anthony Townsend
Reviews - Shelf Life Edit
Reviews by Craig Hinton none
Regular features Edit
- 'Doctor Who?' by Tim Quinn & Dicky Howett
- Gallifrey Guardian
- Beyond the TARDIS
- Matrix Data Bank
- Timelines (Letters)
- Editorial: Gary Russell & Marcus Hearn
- Design: Peri Godbold
- Production: Chris, Jules 'n' Mat
- Promotions: Fiona Moscatelli
Additional details Edit
- Free collectable postcards of Alister Pearson's artwork.