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The 147th issue of Doctor Who Magazine had a cover date of April 1989.



  • Season 25 Pullout - A full colour guide to Season 25, including cast lists, production credits, photographs and much more!
  • US EYE: Report on one day convention in New Jersey by Joe Nazzaro

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Interviews / Profiles[]


Reviews (After Image)[]

Random quote[]

"I've gone mad ..."

Harry Sullivan, The Ark in Space

Also featuring[]

  • Matrix Data Bank (Questions and Answers)
  • Gallifrey Guardian (News)
  • Rel Time (Events listing)
  • You on Who (Letters)
  • Data Coils (Pen-pals)
  • Doctor Who? by Tim Quinn and Dicky Howett
  • Nick's View by Nick Miller
  • Competition: To win 50 Target novelisations


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  • Additional Input (from DWM 150) from David Howe gives several corrections to the Season Guide
RE: Remembrance of the Daleks: Peter Gates Fleming should read Peter Gates-Flemming likewise John Scott Martin should read John Scott-Martin.
RE: The Happiness Patrol: The Kandy Man should read the Kandyman. Susan Moore and Stephen Mansfield made Fifi.
RE: Silver Nemesis: Chris Chering and Symond Lawes were skinheads, not Cybermen. Under paramilitaries Julian Radmond should read Julian Redmond. The cast list for the visitors at Windsor given was more up to date than that featured in David Banks' Doctor Who: Cybermen book. The Nemesis statue was played by Fiona Walker.
RE: The Greatest Show in the Galaxy: The Gods of Ragnarok were made by Robert Allsopp and Susan Moore.