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The 210th issue of Doctor Who Magazine was released on 17 February 1994 and was removed from British newsstands on 16 March 1994.



  • The Rosemariners - Back in DWMs 191 and 192, Sixties Who script editor Donald Tosh revealed that after leaving the show he proposed a script during the Troughton era. Donald has now finished the storyline exclusively for DWM and we now, with the invaluable help of Andrew Evans, present The Rosemariners
  • What the Papers Said - by Marcus Hearn

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By Andrew Pixley

Telesnap archives[]

Compiled by Marcus Hearn

Interviews / Profiles[]

  • Producing Who: Philip Hinchcliffe - The recent release of Planet of Evil on BBC Video makes Philip Hinchcliffe the most well-represented Doctor Who producer in the home video collection. Austen Atkinson-Broadbelt recently spoke to Philip at his London office.
  • Acting the Part: Angus Lennie - While forever linked with the beleaguered protestations coming from the kitchen of the Crossrods Motel. Angus Lennie occasionally swapped his apron and stove for more sinister territory. Liam-Michael Rudden meets the man behind the ill-fitting moustache.
  • Writing Who - The 1985 Seventh Doctor story Timelash marked the sole contribution to the show by writer Glen McCoy, Lee Ryder talks to Glen, and reveals perhaps the only link between Doctor Who and Pete Townsend's old group.
Note: The article notes that Timelash is a Seventh Doctor story, while in fact it is a Sixth Doctor story.

Reviews - Shelf Life[]

Reviews by Craig Hinton

Regular features[]


Editorial: Gary Russell & Marcus Hearn
Design: Peri Godbold
Production: Chris, Jules 'n' Mat

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