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===Additional features===
===Additional features===

Revision as of 11:19, September 12, 2011


The 101st issue of Doctor Who Magazine was released in June 1985.



  • Retrospective - Gary Russell looks at the plusses and pitfalls of The Two Doctors and The Mark of the Rani's investigation into Doctor Who's mythos.
  • Disco Doctor? - Take the following ingredients: the threatened demise of an undeniably popular television programme; a collective of concerned pop personalities; a small record production crew working under pressure and one night in March. A recipe for Doctor in Distress, a behind the scenes report on the making of a protest record (includes lyrics).

Comic strips




DWM Archives (Retelling by episode, no credits but a `Fact File` by Richard Marson)

Interviews / Profiles


  • None

Reviews (including `On Target`)

A4 Pin-Up

Additional features

  • Doctor Who Letters (2 pages)
featuring: `Doctor Who?’ by Tim Quinn & Dicky Howett
  • Gallifrey Guardian
  • Matrix Databank


Editor: Cefn Ridout
Assistant Editor: Roger P. Birchall
Designer: Jane Hindmarsh
Publisher: Stan Lee
Advisor: John Nathan-Turner

Additional details

  • Additional Input Letters Page (From DWM 103): Christopher Crouch of BBC Enterprises writes to disagree with the Gallifrey Guardian report. Los Angeles on station K.C.E.T. has been showing Doctor Who for several months.
  • A regular Readers Art page is announced in the editorial (as well as the price increase).
  • Gallifrey Guardian goes global with John Peel reporting from the United States.
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