Perfect for asking Santa to put in your Christmas sock next week, it’s the Doctor Who Magazine 2021 Yearbook!
Continuing long standing tradition, Doctor Who Magazine are ending the year with a special Yearbook in addition to the usual issue. The DWM 2021 Yearbook looks back at the past twelve months in Doctor Who Land, with new interviews, pictures, and surprises. Packed with all-new content and previously unseen images from Jodie Whittaker’s second series and more, Doctor Who Magazine’s 2021 Yearbook is the essential guide to an extraordinary year.
Jodie Whittaker talks The Timeless Children, and what it means for the Doctor, how living in lockdown went for her, and the special challenges of filming Series 13 during a pandemic! DWM also tries to get under the shell of the shy and retiring John Barrowman to find out how he feels about Captain Jack’s return. And the team behind DALEKS! discuss how the mutant meanies finally got their own spin-off! And there’s a special look back at Series 12, episode by episode. So put the Doctor Who Magazine 2021 Yearbook on your Santa list today. Because, yes, it really is only next week. Crumbs.
Highlights include exclusive interviews with:
- Jodie Whittaker (The Doctor)
- John Barrowman (Captain Jack)
- Mandip Gill (Yaz) and Tosin Cole (Ryan)
- Laura Fraser (Kane in Orphan 55)
- Anjli Mohindra (Queen Skithra in Nikola Tesla’s Night of Terror)
- Warren Brown and Matthew McNulty (Jake and Adam in Praxeus)
- Ed Hime (writer, Orphan 55)
- Maxine Alderton (writer, The Haunting of Villa Diodati).
Plus, there’ll also be:
- Episode by episode analysis of the whole 2020 series, from Spyfall to The Timeless Children
- DALEKS! – The inside story of the new YouTube serial
- The Radiophonic Workshop – Behind the scenes of their latest project.
- Tributes to the Doctor Who luminaries who passed away during 2020.
… and much more!
DWM Special Edition 56: The 2021 Yearbook is on sale from Wednesday 16 December at WH Smith, selected supermarkets and online from the Panini store priced £6.99. A digital edition is also available, priced £5.99 from Pocketmags