Colin Baker, Bonnie Langford and Russell T Davies reveal a new adventure for the Sixth Doctor in DWM 574!

Doctor Who Magazine 574 includes an exclusive preview of Mind of the Hodiac ahead of its Big Finish release in March. Russell T Davies originally unsuccessfully submitted the script to the 1980s production office and now it lives again following his rediscovery of the script in his files last year. Davies, along with stars Colin Baker and Bonnie Langford introduces the story. Plus Doctor Who’s outgoing executive producer Matt Strevens discusses his three series on the show, the Thasmin ship, and more.

Other highlights this issue include

  • Michael Ferguson – a tribute to the late director who worked on serials in the 1960s and 70s
  • Mal Young – a chat with the Executive Producer of the 2005 revival
  • Ben PicklesDWM talks to the VFX artist responsible for the current Doctor Who title sequence
  • Zodiak VFX – the team discusses their work on Doctor Who: Flux
  • Jess Jurkovic – the musical fan explains his epic quest to transcribe and arrange Dudley Simpson’s scores for his YouTube channel
  • Collectivity – the history of Doctor Who trading cards
  • ApocryphaBig Finish’s 2001 story Invasion of the Daleks reveals a darker universe where the Doctor isn’t around to save the day
  • Fact of Fiction – pulling back the curtains on 1965 serial The Romans
  • Hydra’s Gate – part one of a new comic strip adventure for the Doctor, Yaz and Dan
  • PlusGallifrey Guardian, Galaxy Forum and more…

 

Doctor Who Magazine 574 (c) Panini Sixth Doctor Colin Baker Mind of the Hodiac
Doctor Who Magazine 574 (c) Panini

Doctor Who Magazine 574

The new issue is on sale from Thursday the 3rd of February, priced £6.99 (UK). DWM 574 can be ordered from the Panini store. You can also buy the digital edition from Pocketmags or take out a subscription via the official site. You can also find it in WH Smith and all good newsagents.

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