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The 211th issue of Doctor Who Magazine was released on 17 March 1994 and removed from British newsstands on 13 April 1994. It chronicled the making of The Greatest Show in the Galaxy.



  • Out of the Soundhouse: Cybertech - Gary Russell recently met the team behind the theme to last November's Dimensions in Time, who have just released a limited edition CD of their Who-inspired music.
  • The Rosemariners (Part 2) - Donald Tosh's cautionary tale of irresponsible rose gardening continues. Andrew Evans presents the background facts to accompany Episode 3 and 4 of the unmade Patrick Troughton story, The Rosemariners...
  • The Annuals of History - In the Sixties and Seventies many a Who fan's Christmas tree sheltered a coveted though predictable treat - the Doctor Who annual. For many years the background to this bastion of Doctor Who literature has been a mystery, but Chris Howarth and Steve Lyons have uncovered a wealth of information about these once-treasured items. So why exactly did Sarah and Harry have to strap themselves in when the TARDIS took off?

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By Andrew Pixley

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Compiled by Marcus Hearn

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Reviews by Craig Hinton

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Editorial: Gary Russell & Marcus Hearn
Design: Peri Godbold
Production: Jules, Chris 'N' Mat (bye Mat!)

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