The 116th issue of Doctor Who Magazine had a cover date of September 1986.

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  • His Master's Voice - It's not every actor who can claim to have spent three years in a television series playing a dog. But that's exactly what John Leeson did, earning himself a very special place in the show's history. He talked to Richard Marson about his unique characterisation of the Doctor's faithful companion K9...

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New Season Preview: Story 1 by Richard Marson

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Credits Edit

Editor: Sheila Cranna
Assistant Editor: Penny Home
Art Director/Design: Steve Cook
Picture Consultant: Richard Starkings
Production: Alison Gill
Advertising: Sally Benson
Publisher: Stan Lee
Advisor: John Nathan-Turner

Additional details Edit

  • Additional Input Contents Page (From DWM 118): The interview with John Leeson entitled "His Master's Voice" adapted the well known dog picture and gramophone device used by EMI Records Limited. It failed to acknowledge their ownership of the original trade mark. Apologies for the omission were made.
  • The tribute to Robert Holmes is an excerpt from The Doctor Who File by Peter Haining by W.H. Allen & Co thanks also to Nigel Robinson.
  • This issue saw a new regular price of 85p (UK) and the cover photograph is from filming of TV: The Leisure Hive.
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