Published on October 14th, 2005 | by Christian Cawley
Having recently married and gone on honeymoon, imagine my delight that frankly outweighed all the recent happy events when I got home to discover the latest edition of Doctor Who Magazine on my doormat!
Celebrate the Doctor’s lovely lady companions Â in the latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine!
Our investigator Kate Orman finds out what Rose has in common with her
predecessors, and why Doctor Who is a programme for girls again…
“Rose isn’t sure about herself and what she can achieve,” executive producer Julie Gardner tells Kate. “She can either stay in her London life and eat her baked beans and watch the telly, or she can step through the TARDIS doors and literally travel anywhere. Once she makes that choice, she’s constantly in danger, constantly faced with difficult choices…”
Also in this issue, composer Murray Gold chats about re-jigging the Doctor Who theme, making Bad Wolf music, and influential tunes by The Pixies, (and even plays some air guitar!) in our exclusive interview; script editor Simon Winstone takes readers behind the scenes in Production Notes; and The Fact of Fiction takes an in-depth look at 1977′s The Invisible Enemy – the story that unleashed K9!
Meanwhile, things are getting stranger and stranger for the Doctor and Rose in the concluding part of The Cruel Sea our brand new comic strip from Robert Shearman and Mike Collins…
Plus there are more casting exclusives in Gallifrey Guardian, a look behind the microphones on Big Finish’s new Cyberman series, the latest reviews in Off the Shelf, and all your usual favourites.
DWM 362 goes on sale from Thursday 13 October priced Â£3.99