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The Official Doctor Who Fan Club volume 2

Doctor Who Fan Club Volume 2 Release Date

The Official Doctor Who Fan Club Volume 2: The Tom Baker Years will be published next month, you might like to know, and with such a massive following from Volume 1, you’d be a fool to miss out!

The Official Doctor Who Fan Club volume 2

Written by Keith Miller, the man who started the fan club in 1972 with full permission from the legendary Barry Letts, Volume 2 chronicles the stories Carnival of Monsters, The Three Doctors, Planet of the Spiders, Genesis of the Daleks, Terror of the Zygons and Masque of Mandragora. There is behind the scenes information, set reports, the very first Doctor Who fanzine and even facsimiles of letters between the production team and the stars of the show!

Volume 1 was recommended by many well known Doctor Who names such as Gareth Roberts, Paul Cornell, Gary Gillatt, Richard Bignell, Graham Kibble-White and Shaun Lyon. There’s even a thumbs up from a familiar Kasterborous name as well:

This is a veritable Aladdin’s cave of material

Christian Cawley

Recognise him? No? Oh well, never mind.

Volume 2 of this series will be released in May 2013 priced at 16.99. You can get your copy from the official website http://www.odwfc.com/# where you can also get Volume 1 at a discounted price for a limited time.

Alternatively, you can contact Keith Miller directly via email [email protected] or by telephone 0131 556 2276.


What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!

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