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|Cover date:||15 September 2004|
|Format:||50 pages, stapled|
- Mad Magazine - Part Two: 1985 - 1995: Continuing this special feature celebrating 25 years of Doctor Who Magazine, Marcus Hearn takes us through the 80s and into the 90s - as DWM learned to survive without the TV series to support it.
Comic content Edit
- The Flood - Part Two
Fact of Fiction Edit
Profiles / Interviews Edit
- Waving, not drowning - There should have been another way! In the second part of his revealing interview, former script editor Eric Saward reveals the worst episode ever (apparently it's one of his!) and tells us why some writers are better than others. Just don't mention shape-changing robots... (Interview by Russell Cook, Additional material by Benjamin Cook)
- Are you tired of playing Dr.Who? - Despite playing the role for three years, William Hartnell agreed to very few interviews. Now, thanks to a letter he sent to a Lynn Young in 1965, we can learn a little more about a man who was Doctor Who - in his own words...
- DVD: TV: Ghost Light
- PROSE: Halflife
- AUDIO: Arrangements for War
- AUDIO: The Inquiry
- AUDIO: A Blind Eye
- PROSE: The Eleventh Tiger
- MP3-CD: AUDIO: Death Comes to Time
- AUDIO: The Healers
Regular features Edit
- Gallifrey Guardian
- The Time Team - TV: Revenge of the Cybermen and Terror of the Zygons
- Production Notes #7: We're Getting There - Russell T Davies
- Editor: Clayton Hickman
- Assistant Editor: Tom Spilsbury
- Designer: James Clarkson
- Consultant: Andrew Pixley
- Production: Mark Irvine
- Managing Editor: Alan O'Keefe
- Managing Director: Mike Riddell
Additional details Edit
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