Doctor Who Magazine 372

Doctor Who Magazine is due out in mid July, and we’ve got a preview for you…

The Doctor’s new companion Freema Agyeman gives her first interview to Doctor Who Magazine:

Doctor Who Magazine 372“My agent got a call saying that they wanted me to audition for a regular in Torchwood, and I was so up for it. So I went for an audition in London. But I had to miss the second audition, cos I got sick for a week in January. It was really awful. I was so upset. But then they said that they¹d reschedule it. And then, just before the third audition, I got a call from my agent.

She said, ‘All this time, they’ve been seeing you for the part of the new companion in Doctor Who, not for a regular in Torchwood!’ I couldn¹t believe it!

“David Tennant was just a dream. He was so supportive. He was like, ‘We can do the scene as many times as you want.” And the night before that audition, he’d left a little note under my door at the hotel. I went out to dinner with the casting director, and I came back and there was a little note ­ just, you know, so encouraging. These people aren¹t here to put barriers in my way, so I was able to walk in there like I¹d walk into a room of friends…”

Also this issue, DWM takes a ringside seat for the battle of the century – it’s Daleks versus Cybermen! ­ including an interview with Torchwood boss Tracy-Ann Oberman, and all the on-set gossip. James Strong presents the second half of his thrilling production diary on filming The Impossible Planet; an A-Z of Fear, chronicling the making of recent episode Fear Her; and the start of an exciting brand new comic strip adventure for the Doctor and Rose – The Futurists.

Plus, if that wasn’t enough! Your chance to vote for your favourites of the latest series; DWM pays tribute to 1960s Doctor Who producer Peter Bryant who passed away recently; the Matrix Data Bank is put on trial by the Time Lords; and the Time Team reach the end of Tom Baker’s tenure as the Doctor.

Not forgetting all the latest news, reviews and previews… with a few other surprises along the way!

DWM 372 is on sale from Thursday 20 July, priced £3.99.

Thanks to Tom Spilsbury

Christian Cawley

A long-term Doctor Who fan, Christian grew up watching the show and has early memories of the Graham Williams era. His favourite stories are Inferno, The Seeds of Doom and Human Nature (although The Empty Child, Blink and Utopia all come close). When he’s not bossing around the news team, Christian is a freelance writer specialising in mobile technology and domestic computing, and enjoys classic rock, cooking and spending time in the countryside with his wife and young children. You can find him on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.

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