Something interesting to watch: Jon Culshaw reads the poem “Friend Ship” from the Doctor Who poetry book Now We Are Six Hundred by James Goss, with illustrations from Russell T Davies.
YouTubers Old Who Vs New Who are investigating how that might look, and have released an interesting adaptation to give you an idea of their findings: Doctor Who gender swap.
This Cristmas we will say goodbye to the current Doctor Peter Capaldi and the very first one, played by David Bradlay. And this is beautifully-made fan trailer for this 2017 Christmas special “Twice Upon a Time”, put together by ADmiralPRESENTS.
This is interview with Elisabeth Sladen (known as Sarah Jane Smith) in front of a moving massive Dalek, just as she announced her departure from the TARDIS.
Jenna Coleman is talking about the perils of being one of the Doctor’s companions: her worst moment with the green screen.
Matt Lucas is talking about being famous, the conventions and is enjoying being unconventional, as usual, during the The Graham Norton Show. Graham Norton was joined by Jane Fonda, Nicole Kidman, Colin Farrell, Bryan Cranston and Matt Lucas.
This issue chat with David Tennant and Billie Piper because the theth Doctor and Rose are back: over a decade on from their time together in the TARDIS, they are back for a series of audio adventures.
“An audio recording’s very different to filming a bit of TV – but the vibe is the same, and the characters are the same.” (David Tennant)
“It’s like when you hang out with an old friend who you haven’t seen for years, and then loads of stuff has happened between you, but it’s sort of just like you’re immediately there again. I love it.” (Billie Piper)
Matt Lucas talked with the DWM team about his new autobiography, which he wrote while playing Nardole in the tenth series of Doctor Who.
In the second part of DWM interview, the Seventh Doctor Sylvester McCoy reflects on Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary and looks forward to the show’s future.
Doctor Who Magazine 518 was on sale from Thursday 19 October, price £5.99.
This issue celebrated 30 years of Sylvester McCoy being the seventh Doctor. 3 decades after he first appeared in Doctor Who the actor recflects about how the role changed his life.
“We didn’t know that we were breaking rules. And I think we were also blessed by the fact that we didn’t have all that baggage of the past to get in the way…”
Doctor Who Magazine 517 was on sale from Thursday 21 September 2017, price £5.99.