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Doctor Who Magazine 389

Davison devastates Tennant in the latest Doctor Who Magazine!

Peter Davison and David Tennant compare notes on playing the Doctor in an exclusive joint interview in this month’s DWM.

Doctor Who Magazine 389Discussing the Fifth Doctor’s return in the forthcoming Children in Need special scene, Time Crash, Peter asks, “I’m wondering, do I know where I’ve come from? Do I know whether I’ve left behind Tegan and –”

David interrupts. “Yes, is this post-Adric or not?”

“Oh God, we’re questioning the logic of the script now,” sniggers Peter. “We’re turning into Colin Baker!”

Peter goes on to shock David with revelations about his old costume… “[Pointing at the celery on his jacket] Close up, my one looked like a piece of embroidery.”

“Your celery wasn’t real?!” gasps David.

“No, it was material.”

“I’m devastated!”

Also in this month’s feature-packed issue, discover the most popular story of Series Three as the winners of 2007’s DWM Awards are finally revealed; the writers of The Sarah Jane Adventures share their secrets about the making of the hit CBBC show; Mickey actor Noel Clarke ’fesses up as he answers questions from Out the TARDIS Tin; the latest full-colour comic strip, The First, reaches its thrilling conclusion; Russell T Davies confesses his love of multi-Doctor stories in Production Notes; 1979’s Destiny of the Daleks is scrutinised in The Fact of Fiction; some antique special guests answer your questions in Matrix Data Bank; plus all the latest news, previews, reviews, exclusive photos, competitions and more!

DWM 389 is available from Thursday 15 November 2007 priced £3.99.

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