The latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine looks back at the exhibitions that were the highlight of many a 1970s junior fan’s Summer holidays
Doctor Who Magazine Issue 567 provides the perfect reading for the current weather. Going away on holiday might not be so easy this year, but with a heatwave hitting the country, find a shady spot, grab yourself a 99, and settle in with the new issue of DWM. Inside its pages you’ll discover a celebration of Doctor Who summer holidays of years gone by.
This issue includes:
- Doctor Who Exhibitions – a celebration of the BBC’s exhibitions in the 1970s, from the Science Museum in London to Middlesbrough Town Hall, plus Blackpool and Longleat. 16 pages packed full of previously unseen photos, and memories from fans who were there.
- Apocrypha – takes a trip to perennial summer holiday spot Blackpool with The Nightmare Fair. It’s a planned rematch between the Doctor and the Celestial Toymaker that never quite made it to TV but lived on in other forms…
- The Fact of Fiction – revisiting the sinister amusement park of 2013 episode Nightmare in Silver.
- Doctor Who filming locations – a guide to your next staycation destinations
Also this issue:
- The Web of Fear – an exclusive first-look at the forthcoming Blu-ray Special Edition of the classic Second Doctor story
- Jackie Lane – a tribute to the late actor who played the First Doctor’s companion Dodo in Season Three
- Damaris Hayman – a tribute to the actor who played Olive Hawthorne in 1971’s The Dæmons, who also recently passed away
- The Collection: Season 24 – The new Blu-ray box set reviewed
- The 2021 DWM Survey – results of this year’s reader poll
- Sufficient Data – explores Doctor Who’s big ideas.
- Plus – Previews, The DWM Review, Gallifrey Guardian, Galaxy Forum, prize-winning competitions, Time and Space Visualiser and more.
Doctor Who Magazine 567
The new issue is on sale from Thursday the 22nd of July, priced £5.99 (UK). Doctor Who Magazine 566 can be ordered from the Panini store. You can also buy the digital edition from Pocketmags (£4.99) or take out a subscription via the official site. You can also find it in WH Smith and all good newsagents.