Doctor Who Magazine 600th issue

Doctor Who Magazine celebrates its 600th issue

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Doctor Who Magazine celebrates its 600th issue with a 16-page supplement, an exclusive art card, a specially commissioned diorama featuring figures from the recent series and a four-hour long Sixth Doctor audio drama for every reader.

Doctor Who Magazine 600’s other features include:

• Millie Gibson checks in with DWM following the debut of companion Ruby Sunday in The Church on Ruby Road.
• UNIT regulars Jemma Redgrave (Kate Lethbridge-Stewart), Alexander Devrient (Colonel Ibrahim) and Ruth Madeley (Shirley Anne Bingham) face questions from the TARDIS Tin.
• Production designer Phil Sims gives a guided tour of UNIT’s central London HQ.
• DWM writers talk about their experiences interviewing the stars of Doctor Who for early issues of the magazine.
• International Who! A special report on how the series has become a hit in Spain.
• Meet Christina Rotondo – the singer who gave voice to Janis Goblin.
• A tribute to Richard Franklin who died on Christmas day – and examine the impact he had as UNIT officer Captain Mike Yates.
• Production runner Thani Subkhi talks about his vital work on the upcoming series.
Letter from the Showrunner – Russell T Davies gives an update on the progress being made on the next two series,
Time-Space Visualiser – discover the secret recipe for sky-high ratings.
The Fact of Fiction – DWM examines the opening episodes of 1973’s Planet of the Daleks.
• The adventures of the Fifteenth Doctor and Ruby Sunday continue in the comic strip Mancopolis.

The issue also includes the following regular features:

Gallifrey Guardian – all the latest official news.
• Reviews – covering books, audio dramas and games.
Other Worlds – the essential guide to new stories in the Doctor Who expanded universe.
• Win The Daleks in colour, Blu-ray box sets, books and audio dramas.

Doctor Who Magazine 600th issue

Doctor Who Magazine 600 is on sale Thursday 1 February from Panini and WH Smith priced £10.99 (UK). Also available as a digital edition from Pocketmags priced £9.99.