The 195th issue of Doctor Who Magazine was released on 24 December 1992 and had a cover date of 20 January 1993. It was the first issue of the publication not to have John Nathan-Turner on staff since the last weekly-published edition.

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  • Lecture Weekends - This past Autumn, two more Doctor Who lecture weekends organised by Teynham Productions Limited took place. Here, Mike Lewis remembers the event at Bristol, whilst Alan Beadnell takes a look at the one in Canterbury. Austen Atkinson-Broadbelt took pictures.
  • Into 1993 - As 1992 draws to a close, Marcus Hearn takes a look back over the last twelve months and discovers why, despite no new Doctor Who on television, it has been a good year for Who fans.
  • Into 1993 Readers' Survey

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Credits[edit | edit source]

Crippled Editor: Gary Russell
Sympathetic Designer: Peri Godbold
Old Goat: Louise Cassell
Happy Production: Chris 'n' Jules
Lippy Promoter: Fiona Moscatelli
Lucky Advertising: Jane Smale
Mys-TECH Warrior: John Freeman
Editor-in-Chief: Paul Neary

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