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DWM’s Tribute to Elisabeth Sladen

Doctor Who Magazine celebrates the life of Elisabeth Sladen in a special 100-page issue, packed with rare and never-before-published photos, dedicated to the actress who played the best-loved companion of them all – Sarah Jane Smith. Among those paying tribute are Doctors Tom Baker, David Tennant and Matt Smith.

Tom describes Lis’ death in April as “a terrible blow,” and remembers being overwhelmed by the public reaction.

“Such an out- pouring of grief, the spon- taneous grief of people, the extra- vagance of people saying how great and wonderful she was, sprang out of that shock that we’ve lost part of a culture generated by a programme that goes back… well, she was with me in 1974, and she only died this year. She was a piece of television, wasn’t she? A piece of people’s lives, their childhoods…”


Family, friends and colleagues, including Brian and Sadie Miller, Katy Manning, John Barrowman, Louise Jameson, Sophie Aldred, Richard Franklin, John Levene, Philip Hinchliffe, Terrance Dicks, Christopher Barry, Graeme Harper and many more, share their personal memories of Lis.

DWM takes an in-depth look at the life and times of Elisabeth Sladen, from her childhood in Liverpool, through to her starring roles in Doctor Who and The Sarah Jane Adventures.

DWM presents Elisabeth Sladen’s final magazine interview, originally conducted for Radio Times in 2010, and published here exclusively in full for the first time.

It was the series that saw the first appearance of Sarah Jane Smith – and the departure of the Third Doctor. DWM looks at a year of Daleks, Ice Warriors and Sontarans as COUNDOWN TO 50 reaches 1973/4’s Series Eleven!

DWM catches up with PHIL FORD, the Head Writer of The Sarah Jane Adventures, and stars Daniel Anthony, Anjli Mohindra and Sinead Michael, about working with Lis and making the final series of the top-rated CBBC spin-off from Doctor Who.

Doctor Who’s showrunner Steven Moffat has some confidential thoughts to share exclusively with DWM readers in the 100th edition of Production Notes!

The Doctor, Amy and Alan Turing are on a mission to stop Chiyoko – and save the human race – in Episode 3 of the latest comic strip, The Child of Time by Jonathan Morris with art by Martin Geraghty.

The Doctor on Big Brother. Rose on The Weakest Link. And Captain Jack with the makeover from hell! DWM’s TIME TEAM – Emma, Chris, Will and Michael – travels to the year 200,100 and watches the penultimate Ninth Doctor story, Bad Wolf as their mission to watch every episode in order continues!

The Watcher uncovers a feast of fantastic facts about everyone’s favourite investigative journalist, in WOTCHA!

All the latest official news, reviews of TV and merchandise reviews, previews, competitions, a prize-winning crossword and much, much more!

Remember Elisabeth Sladen with Doctor Who Magazine 440, out Thursday 20 October, price £4.99.

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