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Fantasy Females - Following last month's lighthearted look at Fantasy Males, Richard Marson turns to Fantasy Females, and considers the challenging role of female companions and guest starts over the years....
Incidental music - A vital finishing touch to any television drama, incidental music is more than just a musical accompaniment. Over the years the musical talent creating the mood of Doctor Who has been surprisingly varied, as Patrick Mulkern discovers in his review of Doctor Who's music makers.
William Russell Interviewed - A certain magic still clings to the first occupants of the TARDIS, as Richard Marson discovered when he talked to William Russell, who played heroic schoolteacher Ian Chesterton for the first three years of the world's longest running science fiction programme.