Doctor Who Magazine Issue 578 dishes the inside story of the Fourteenth Doctor’s reveal
What a month it’s been for Doctor Who news! And Doctor Who Magazine talks to Russell T Davies himself about how they managed to keep Ncuti Gatwa’s casting secret, while also profiling the new Doctor’s award winning career to date.
Inside Doctor Who Magazine 578:
- Russell T Davies – an exclusive from Doctor Who’s incoming showrunner, on the casting of Ncuti Gatwa
- Ncuti Gatwa – the story of Ncuti Gatwa’s life and career to date
This issue of DWM also looks at the 1960s movies starring Peter Cushing, soon returning to cinemas!
- Gordon Flemyng – a 1991 interview with the director of the 1960s Dalek movies, published in full for the first time.
- Jill Curzon – the actor who played Louise in Daleks’ Invasion Earth 2150 A.D., answers questions from the TARDIS tin
- Anthony Waye – recalling working as assistant director on both Dr. Who and the Daleks and Daleks’ Invasion Earth 2150 A.D.
- 4K restoration – inside the 4K restoration process for the Dalek movies’ upcoming Blu-ray and cinema re-release
- Inside the Dalek City – CGI recreations of the Dalek city from Dr. Who and the Daleks, revealing how the Shepperton Studios sets were put together.
- The Fact of Fiction – reveals the hidden secrets of Daleks’ Invasion Earth 2150 A.D.
- Dr. Who & The Mechonoids – a brand-new comic strip adventure for Dr Who and his granddaughter, Susan
- Previews – an exclusive preview of the Blu-ray/UHD Blu-ray releases of the Dalek movies
Also this issue:
- Season 22 – exclusive previews and disc breakdowns of the forthcoming Doctor Who: The Collection – Season 22 Blu-ray box set
- Ruth Madeley – the actor talks about playing Hebe Harrison, the new companion in the Sixth Doctor’s audio adventures
- Apocrypha – revisiting Doomcloud, the first Doctor Who adventure that was told twice!
- Plus – Previews, The DWM Review, Gallifrey Guardian, prize-winning competitions, Time and Space Visualiser, Sufficient Data and even more
Doctor Who Magazine 578
The new issue is on sale from Thursday the 26th of May, priced £5.99 (UK). DWM 578 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.