Checkout the details and the cover for this month’s edition of Doctor Who Magazine, which hits the streets tomorrow, priced £4.75.
JON PERTWEE, the actor who took Doctor Who to new levels
of success in the 1970s, gave an extensive interview about his life and
times to two young reporters back in 1994. The vast majority of the
interview has remained unpublished – until now…
“I had no preconceptions about the programme when I joined it,”
says Jon. “I only knew I did not want to be like the Doctors who had
gone before. However, the old producers wanted me to play it for laughs,
you can see that in the first episode. The hat
business. The shower. I had already decided I want to play it straight.
Luckily those producers left after the first story and were replaced by
Barry Letts who let me play it my way…”
questions on Vastra’s lips, River’s name and his favourite story from
each and every Doctor. Some of his answers will surprise you…!
Yes, just in time for Valentine’s Day, JONATHAN MORRIS turns down the
lights, gets out the choccies and takes a romantic look at DOCTOR WHO’S
GREATEST LOVE STORIES!
with Ian Chesterton and Barbara Wright in Coal Hill School! And the
shocks don’t stop there, as the latest comic strip, HUNTERS OF THE
BURNING STONE by SCOTT GRAY, with art by MARTIN GERAGHTY,
invade the Earth! THE FACT OF FICTION brushes off the cobwebs from
1974’s PLANET OF THE SPIDERS, Jon Pertwee’s final adventure as the Time
Lord, and uncovers a wealth of new information
and rare photos.