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Issue 333 of Doctor Who Magazine was current 24 July through 20 August 2003. It detailed the release of the webcast Scream of the Shalka, and revealed Richard E Grant would be playing what would have been considered an officially-licensed ninth Doctor. This announcement of a Ninth Doctor would soon be rendered moot, when Russell T Davies was given permission to produce a brand new series of Doctor Who and get it back on the air.



  • The Accidental Tourist - Was it Doctor Who's destiny to run on British television for 28 years and to become a national treasure? Or was the secret to the show's success merely down to a string of random coincidences? In the first of a three-part series, Daniel O'Mahony travels back to early 1963 and discovers that we were lucky to see the series at all.

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  • Time Gentleman - By 1995, Mark Gatiss had already made quite a name for himself in the Doctor Who world, and was about to become a bigger name in the world at large. Here, in the second part of our in-depth interview, he tells Anthony K McCail about sidesteps to Vancouver, spastic shoes, Spitfires, sentient clouds and stepping inside the spaceship...



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