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Tagged Matthew Waterhouse

Catch 22’s 27

Gallifrey One, the wildly popular North American Doctor Who convention, will… er, convene for the twenty-second time in Los Angeles this weekend, being formally titled Gallifrey One’s Catch-22: Islands of Mystery. Fans present at the big event may find themselves fainting twenty-seven times, as there are twenty-seven big (many of them HUGE) names scheduled to…

Mara Tales DVD Cover

2entertain have released the final cover art for Fifth Doctor DVD boxset Mara Tales, which stars Peter Davison, Janet Fielding, Sarah Sutton and Matthew Waterhouse, with a handful of interesting guest appearances. The boxset features the stories Kinda and Snakedance, and basically the adventures see Tegan (Janet Fielding) terrorised by a psychic entity, The Mara….

Matthew Waterhouse in DWM

The current issue of Doctor Who Magazine (424) has an exclusive, rare interview with 1980s companion Matthew Waterhouse, who played Adric. Waterhouse is releasing his memoir, Blue Box Boy, and has taken the opportunity to speak with DWM for the first time since 1995. It is a fascinating interview, apparently conducted via telephone by Benjamin…

Doctor Who Magazine 424

We’ve got the latest information, and cover (click preview image for hi-res) for Doctor Who Magazine 424 – where there’s a wedding party taking place! In an exclusive interview, DWM talks to ARTHUR DARVILL, aka Rory Williams, about what the future might hold for the new Mr Pond. How does Arthur feel about potentially becoming…


One of my favorite Tom Baker stories was Logopolis. I know when people talk Tom Baker, they talk about Weng-Chiang and City of Death as favorites, but for me it was Logopolis. I really enjoyed that, so when I saw it originally, I was quite thrilled that the next story would lead in directly from…

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