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Doctor Who Adventures 116

In this week’s Doctor Who Adventures magazine… There’s a FREE Cyber stationery set and the issue is packed with Cyberman terror! Read a fascinating fact file about the heartless Miss Hartigan, the woman who was turned into the CyberKing, which is biggest piece of Cyber tech ever. Plus, look out for the top ten TARDIS…

End of Upper Boat?

Production of BBC Wales main roster of dramas – including Doctor Who and potentially Torchwood – looks set to be moving away from Upper Boat and into a new purpose built facility housing all of the productions executed by the department, reports WalesOnline. BBC Wales Controller Menna Richards has recently issued a circular to affected…

More Doctor Who Movie Talk

That redtop publication that we don’t link to (but that you can find in all newsagents outside of Merseyside) has restoked the Doctor Who movie theory by reporting an interesting change on Russell T Davies’ website that was then hastily amended. We reported recently how Russell had been spotted queing for a US work visa…

Moths Down Under

Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf writer and performer Toby Hadoke has been embarking on something of a “world tour” with his one man show this year, and his trip to New Zealand has resulted in a quite different interview to the usual ones. Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf tells the amusing tale of…

Radiophonic Live

It’s totally something not to be missed if you can make it to London – the best of the BBC’s Radiophonic Workshop has been performed at the Roundhouse! Featuring Workshop archivist Mark Ayres and three of its key ’70s players, Paddy Kingsland, Roger Limb and Peter Howell clad in white lab-coats and accompanied by extensive…

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