- 'The Press Gang' Roger Clark looks at a year of Doctor Who in the British press (1989)
- 'SFX' Justin Richards and Peter Anghelides talk to Effects Designers Malcolm James, Dave Bezkorowajny and Graham Brown about their work on Season season 26 that had a budget less than for a single episode of Red Dwarf
- Hunger from the Ends of Time! - Part 2 (reprint)
Interviews / Profiles
- Writing Doctor Who: Marc Platt writer of Ghost Light interviewed by Gary Russell
- Writing Doctor Who: Bill Strutton writer of The Web Planet interviewed by Gary Hopkins
- Kevin O'Shea the outgoing BBC Drama Publicity Press Officer interviewed by John Nathan-Turner, talks about the trials and tribulations of promoting twenty-two years of Doctor Who.
- None this issue
Reviews - Off the Shelf
- NOVELISATION: The Happiness Patrol by Graeme Curry (Target Books)
- NOVELISATION: The Space Pirates by Robert Holmes novelised by John Peel (Target Books)
- Matrix Data Bank (Questions and Answers)
- Beyond the TARDIS (Who is doing what by Dominic May)
- Gallifrey Guardian (News)
- Data Coils (now incorporating pen-pals and events listing)
- You on Who (Letters)
- Doctor Who? by Tim Quinn and Dicky Howett
- Nix View by Nick Miller (cartoon)
- An update on 'missing episodes from the Archives
- Competition: 3 Questions & tiebreaker (10 x each The War Games & An Unearthly Child Videos)
“Come on Doctor, wakey wakey - it's all over now...”
“What did you say my boy? It's all over, that's what you said. No, but it isn't all over. It's far from being all over ...”
- Editor / Designer: John Freeman
- Designer: Jacqui Papp
- Production: Mark Irvine
- Advertising: Julie Hughes
- Advisor: John Nathan-Turner
- Magazine Group Editor: Sheila Cranna
- Managing Director: Robert Sutherland
- Excelsior: Stan Lee
- This issue's comic strip concludes a reprint of a strip that first featured in The Incredible Hulk Presents title.
- Priced £1.50 (UK), the cover shows Tom Baker on location for the first over-seas filming in Paris for City of Death.
- The Matrix Data Bank includes a listing of all the clips used in the Boxpops edition entitled ' Space, Rockets and Aliens' first broadcast on 11th December 1988.