As the Doctor Who universe continues to expand and evolve, fans eagerly anticipate each edition of Doctor Who Magazine. Issue #604 is no exception, promising a deep dive into the rich tapestry of stories, characters, and adventures that have made the series a global phenomenon

Inside this issue

Previews of the new episodes broadcast this month. Russell T Davies talks about 73 Yards and Dot and Bubble; we reveal a tantalising glimpse at the recording of Rogue and whet your appetite for the season finale – The Legend of Ruby Sunday/Empire of Death.

Jonathan Groff talks about his role in Rogue and his first impressions of watching An Unearthly Child…

A day in the life of Wolf Studios… join DWM on the set of Space Babies…

Script to Screen  – on realising the Baby Station crew.

Behind the scenes on The Devil’s Chord – including contributions from actors who played the Beatles, Jinkx Monsoon, Russell T Davies, Murray Gold… plus Shirley Ballas and Johannes!

Letter from the Showrunner – Russell T Davies reports from New York as he publicises the return of Doctor Who in the US.

We catch up with recurring guest star Susan Twist.

Steven Moffat discusses some of the philosophical ideas at the heart of Boom…

“Are You My Mummy?” Nineteen years on, Time-Space Visualiser looks back at the series’ first meme…

Loose Ends – we expand upon the Twelfth Doctor’s Regency adventures this month.

The Fact of Fiction – a scene-by-scene look back at First Doctor story, The Rescue.

The first part of a brand-new comic strip featuring the Fifteenth Doctor and Ruby.

Gallifrey Guardian – Meet the new companion, played by Varada Sethu!

Reviewed: the animated Celestial Toymaker on DVD and Blu-ray, and all the latest audio releases.

Other Worlds – the essential guide to new stories in Doctor Who’s expanded universe.

Win Blu-rays and the latest audio releases!

Doctor Who Magazine Issue 604 is on sale Thursday, 23 May, from and WH Smith priced £7.99 (UK).

Grab your copy today and join the adventure!





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