The Daily Mirror is jumping headfirst into the hype and hoopla surrounding Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary. On November 19th, they will release a special magazine entitled The Doctors: The Archive – An Unofficial Guide to 50 Years of Time Travel.
This glossy 84-page edition promises to have loads of rare photos:
“From the show’s earliest days, The Doctors: The Archive features stunning unseen images from the Mirror’s archive. For the first time, fans can see the show’s original star William Hartnell having his wig put in place, and see behind-the-scenes on many of the show’s episodes which have now been lost in time… The extensive photographic coverage features rare and never-before-seen pictures from not just the show’s early years, but throughout the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, plus exclusive pictures taken during the recording of the revived television series which has become a sensation in the 21st century.”
The photos will be paired with an array of interviews, including rarities from the past and the newest-never-before-seen!
The Daily Mirror’s own tribute to our favorite Time Lord, The Doctors: The Archive, will be available in just about three weeks time and retails for £4.99.
So, Kasterborites, what is the best behind-the-scenes Doctor Who photo that you’ve ever seen?