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Doctor Who Magazine Releases First Doctor Lost Episodes Special
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DWM: The Missing Episodes – The First Doctor

Doctor Who Magazine has released a quite different special edition this month. The Missing Episodes – The First Doctor concerns the missing episodes from the show’s early years. Sadly, 106 Doctor Who episodes from the 1960s aren’t currently held in the BBC’s Archives. The original videotapes were erased, and although film recordings for many early episodes were retained, others seem lost…

We meet the Cybermen for the first time in The Tenth Planet
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The Tenth Planet Animated!

It is arguably the most important Doctor Who serial of them all – the one that cemented the series’ longevity. But The Tenth Planet has been lost for years, probably never to be seen again in its complete form. The missing fourth episode – the most crucial – hasn’t been heard of since the early…

We meet the Cybermen for the first time in The Tenth Planet
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029 The Tenth Planet

The Tenth Planet…. Or, the ninth planet, now that Pluto has been reclassified. Or would it be Niburu/Planet X, the “Wandering Planet”? If it’s not, strictly speaking, part of the solar system, can it really be assigned a numeral? Can we, in fact, get past the name of the story to actually talk about it,…

Daleks, Cybermen and Robomen!

With jealousy at an all time high at the Doctor Who Villains League of Evil annual bake-a-thon (those Daleks sure know how to exterminate a good muffin) since later season villains were immortalised in Enemies of the Doctor sets Forbidden Planet have saved us all from annihilation by ignored masters of evil by releasing the…

A Question of Regeneration

I’m sure there was general disappointment when, on 7th September 1987, the Doctor returned in Time and the Rani. Only he wasn’t the Doctor. Or at least, he wasn’t the Doctor that fans were used to seeing. Previous to actor Sylvester McCoy’s appointment as the famous Time Lord, Doctor Who had gone through another troubled…

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