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Masterful (Limited Edition): Doctor Who audio review

Masterful celebrates the Doctor’s best enemy on the fiftieth anniversary of the character’s onscreen debut. An eight-disc collection, it contains the eponymous full-cast drama as well as two short trips and a longer narrated tale. The headline story also features the audio debut of John Simm’s “Harold Saxon” incarnation. Masterful A three-disc, full-cast epic, Masterful … >

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Doctor Who writers book collection: Adventures in Lockdown

A book featuring collection of stories written by Doctor Who writers in response to the COVID-19 pandemic will be available for purchase in support of BBC Children in Need. Penguin Random House offers Doctor Who: Adventures in Lockdown, available now now from UK retailers ahead of its release in on 5th November 2020. The official … >

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David Bradley and Doctor Who voice impressionists gather for ‘Doctors Assemble’

Doctor Who Magazine writer Emily Cook, who has been organizing many Doctor Who watch-alongs during the COVID-19 pandemic isolation period, has organized something special for May 23. Details are scant but Doctors Assemble is a project which will be launched in conjunction with a live-tweeted watch-along of the Doctor Who biopic An Adventure in Space … >

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The War Master: Anti-Genesis audio review

The War Master: Anti-Genesis is the latest boxset of audio dramas to chronicle the exploits of Derek Jacobi’s Master during the Time War; the temporal conflict between his own people and the Daleks. The problem with a concept so unfathomable, however, is that us mere mortals can really only handle a small slice. Luckily, this … >

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Sherlock: Steven Moffat on the show’s future

Since series four of Sherlock was screened at the start of 2017, there’s been no sign of more episodes being made, with co-creators Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss both suggesting that the show was going to have a longer break than usual. After all, there’s always generally been at least two years between series of … >

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