The latest release in the popular Doctor Who: Chronicles series of bookazines focuses on 2007

The latest issue of Doctor Who Chronicles is out today, taking readers fifteen years back in time to 2007. Gordon Brown replaced Tony Blair as British Prime Minister, the biggest global economic crisis in almost a century had begun. And on BBC One, David Tennant was the Doctor, travelling alongside Freema Agyeman as his new friend Martha Jones. It was also the year in which the show’s popularity exploded. In 2007, the Who family consisted on no less than five television shows, with spin-offs for both more adult and more junior fans, and two different shows about the making of Doctor Who.

A lavish 116-page publication from the makers of Doctor Who Magazine, Chronicles 2007 looks back at the stories, people, events and news in this remarkable year – a time when David Tennant was at the peak of his powers and the series was the most watched show on television. Series Three put in place such new concepts as the Chameleon Arch, revived the Master in the forms of Sir Derek Jacobi and John Simm, and introduced the world to the terrors of the Weeping Angels for the first time.

From rhino headed space police teleporting an entire hospital to the moon in Smith and Jones, to pop royalty Kylie Minogue joining to Doctor for a jaunt on the Titanic in Voyage of the Damned, 2007 was a year full of memorable episodes.

The bookazine also includes articles on Totally Doctor Who, Doctor Who Confidential, the start of The Sarah Jane Adventures, merchandising and much more.

 

Doctor Who Chronicles 2007, from the makers of Doctor Who Magazine (c) Panini Tenth Doctor Doctor Who Series Three David Tennant
Doctor Who Chronicles 2007, from the makers of Doctor Who Magazine (c) Panini

Doctor Who Chronicles: 2007

The new Chronicles bookazine is one sale now, priced £9.99 (UK). Doctor Who Chronicles: 2007 can be ordered from the Panini store. You can also buy the digital edition from Pocketmags (£8.99). You can also find it in WH Smith and all good newsagents.

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