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The tenth issue of Doctor Who Magazine Special Edition had a cover date of 13 April 2005.



Muddling moron, or master of a million chess games? More than just a Time Lord? Mystical magician? Merlin? The character of the Seventh Doctor ...

Season 24[]

In Production

The Stories

The Great Pretender by Patrick Mulkern
Originally Archived in DWM 198
Where The Streets Have No Name by Gareth Roberts
Originally Archived in DWM 326
Down To Earth by Lance Parkin
Originally Archived in DWM 184
I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For by Alistair McGown
Originally Archived in DWM 255

Season 25[]

In Production

The Stories

Turn Back the Clock by Steven Moffat
Originally Archived in DWM Summer Special 1993
Don't Worry, Be Happy by Mark Michalowski
Originally Archived in DWM 302
The Evil That Men Do by David Darlington
Originally Archived in DWM 244
Circle In The Sand by Rob Shearman
Originally Archived in DWM 211

Season 26[]

In Production

The Stories

We Didn't Start The Fire by Paul Cornell
Originally Archived in DWM 317
Who's In The House by Gary Russell
Originally Archived in DWM 190
Under The God by Martin Day
Originally Archived in DWM 225
The Sensual World by Gary Gillatt
Originally Archived in DWM Summer Special 1994

Further Adventures[]


Pump Up the Volume by Dave Owen


Keeping The Dream Alive by Matt Michael


Living In a Box by Jonathan Morris


  • "It's now eighteen years since I was cast in the best role around for a young actress …" – Sophie Aldred


Additional details[]

  • This magazine was the tenth in a series of quarterly specials given over to a specific Who-related theme.
  • This tenth release also included a DWM Specials errata page showing errors and corrections to the previous releases.
  • Andrew Pixley had, over many years provided a focussed exploration of ALL the individual TV stories in a long-running feature in the pages of Doctor Who Magazine. The special edition guides to each of the Doctors enabled the original features to be updated.
  • Included for every story was the original Doctor Who Magazine Archive issue reference, commissioning dates, production dates, Radio Times coverage notes, supplementary background information and a short reflective article by leading writers.
  • This standard sized, bound magazine was printed in April 2005 and had a cover price of £5.99 (UK).
  • This issue had the indicia title of Doctor Who Special Edition #10 The Complete Seventh Doctor.