This Dalek from Doctor Who is 3D printed and motorised

This Dalek from Doctor Who is 3D printed and motorised

While you’ve been able to 3D print yourself a Doctor Who Dalek for quite some time now, this motorised version by maker Matthew Palulis is one of the best. This is thanks to the ability of this print to drive around on your floor. Hidden inside of the print, the Dalek is sitting on top of the chassis of a regular toy RC car, and it can be driven around as such. After a weekend of printing on two separate…

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Listen to an unreleased Delia Derbyshire track, ‘Future Ghosts’

Listen to an unreleased Delia Derbyshire track, ‘Future Ghosts’

Spliced together from a seemingly lost archive of over 300 tape reels. The BBC Radiophonic Workshop — the sound artists behind famous early electronic TV soundtracks like Doctor Who and Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy — have unveiled an unreleased highlight from their most famous member, the late Delia Derbyshire. Titled ‘Future Ghosts’, the piece was made of various elements from Derbyshire’s seemingly lost tape archive. The collection, containing over 300 tape reels, was found in the artist’s attic after…

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Bessie brings Doctor Who to Beaulieu

Bessie brings Doctor Who to Beaulieu

AN ICONIC car from the tales of the Time Lords is now on show at the National Motor Museum in the New Forest. Doctor Who’s much-loved car Bessie, which was a favourite with millions of viewers for its futuristic features in the Seventies, has been put on show in “On Screen Cars” at the Beaulieu museum. The Earth-based transport for Jon Pertwee’s third Doctor was a bright yellow vintage car replica which starred in many episodes of the cult sci-fi…

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Steven Moffat: Missy was the turning point in casting a female Doctor

Steven Moffat: Missy was the turning point in casting a female Doctor

The casting of Jodie Whittaker as the new star of Doctor Who this summer took many fans by surprise, with her status as the first female Doctor kept under wraps for months before being unveiled during the Wimbledon tennis final. However, some fans have since pointed out that there were some hints towards the Time Lord’s gender change in the most recent series of the BBC sci-fi drama, with Peter Capaldi’s Doctor hoping the future could be “all girl” in…

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DOCTOR WHO MAGAZINE 517

DOCTOR WHO MAGAZINE 517

ISSUE 517 OF DOCTOR WHO MAGAZINE CELEBRATES 30 YEARS OF THE SEVENTH DOCTOR WITH SYLVESTER McCOY! Thirty years after he first appeared as the Seventh Doctor, Sylvester McCoy reflects on the role that 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…” “We didn’t know that we were breaking rules. And I think…

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Russell T Davies says female Doctor Who ‘backlash’ is “outrageous”

Russell T Davies says female Doctor Who ‘backlash’ is “outrageous”

Russell T Davies has called the apparent backlash over a female Doctor Who “outrageous”. Earlier this year, it was revealed that Jodie Whittaker would replace Peter Capaldi to become the 13th and first ever female Doctor during this year’s Christmas special. Following the announcement, there was a lot of praise for the decision, with a number of famous faces coming out in support of the refreshing and progressive change. The decision did prompt some criticism, however, from certain sections of…

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LETHBRIDGE-STEWART SERIES FIVE ANNOUNCED

LETHBRIDGE-STEWART SERIES FIVE ANNOUNCED

Candy Jar Books is pleased to announce the latest titles in its Lethbridge-Stewart range of novels are now available for pre-order! Series five opens with The New Unusual by first-time novelist, Adrian Sherlock, who wrote the short story, The Playing Dead, in 2016. It is followed by A Very Private Haunting by Sharon Bidwell, who is no stranger to wrting novels, with quite a CV behind her, including the Lethbridge-Stewart short story, The Wishing Bazaar in 2016. The series is…

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Time for Jason Onion’s replica Tardis to travel to a new home

Time for Jason Onion’s replica Tardis to travel to a new home

Many weird and wonderful things have gone under the hammer at the Canterbury Auction Galleries. However, right up there in the novelty stakes must be a life-size replica of Doctor Who’s Tardis, which is due to be sold in November with an estimate of up to £5,000. The fictional time travelling machine was made by lifelong fan of the series Jason Onion, who is also a friend of the family of the show’s co-creator, the late Anthony Coburn. Constructed of…

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New From Telos Publishing This November!

New From Telos Publishing This November!

Telos Publishing is pleased to announce that this November they will be publishing the official Tie-In Novelisation to the new Doctor Who Spin-off Drama WHITE WITCH OF DEVIL’S END, being released on DVD by Koch Media. The original Drama follows events in the life of Olive Hawthorne, the White Witch of Devil’s End from the 1971 Doctor Who adventure ‘The Daemons’. Six authors have supplied the tales, and they are being presented by Telos in two different paperback editions: First…

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Here is the first official synopsis for the Doctor Who 2017 Christmas special

Here is the first official synopsis for the Doctor Who 2017 Christmas special

Up until now the BBC has been diligently silent on what exactly is going to happen in the 2017 Doctor Who Christmas special. Outgoing showrunner Steven Moffat has merely hinted that the last episode featuring Peter Capaldi’s Twelfth Doctor will be ‘dark’ in tone, while the short teaser trailer (below) has shown Mark Gatiss’s character ‘The Captain’ seemingly stuck in time, the Twelfth Doctor trying to come to terms with the First Doctor, and the return of Bill Potts. But now,…

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