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Doctor Who Magazine 471 Celebrates 50 Years Of The Daleks!

The new issue of Doctor Who Magazine celebrates 50 years of the Doctor’s deadliest enemies – the Daleks! The mag comes complete with a FREE, giant double-sided poster, and is choc-full of Dalek-related content.
Inside the issue, you’ll find…
  • We Are the Daleks –  An in-depth feature looks at why the Daleks remain Doctor Who‘s Number One monsters after 50 years.
  • 1960s Dalek voice artist DAVID GRAHAM comes face to face with his modern equivalent NICHOLAS BRIGGS!
  • Discover surprising facts and see rare images from the first ever Dalek story in The Fact of Fiction.
  • Anatomy of a Dalek – find out what lurks within the metal casing!
  • Doctor Who‘s showrunner STEVEN MOFFAT reveals the secrets of being a successful writer in Production Notes.
  • The Blood of Azrael – the second part of a new comic strip adventure for the Doctor and Clara.
  • Model-maker extraordinaire MIKE TUCKER and members of the Model Unit talk exclusively to DWM about their work on Doctor WhoRed Dwarf and more.


  • The Time Team travels back to ancient Rome to witness The Fires of Pompeii.
  • Jacqueline Rayner recalls her favourite moments from Doctor Who‘s 50th anniversary in Relative Dimensions.
  • A review of the recently rediscovered The Web of Fear on DVD.
  • The Watcher champions a little-known Dalek story by the writer who created them, Terry Nation, in Wotcha!.
  • Reviews and previews of the latest DVDs, CDs and books.
  • Prize-winning competitions, official news and much more!
DWM 471 is on sale from Thursday 6 March 2014, priced £4.99.

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