The 414th issue of Doctor Who Magazine was current from 15 October through 11 November 2009. It covered David Tennant's crossover appearance as the Tenth Doctor in The Sarah Jane Adventures story, The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith.

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  • Doctor on Call - Sarah Jane and her gang are back for a brand new series of adventures! And this time, Bannerman Road is being paid a visit by a Time Lord...Words by Benjamin Cook.
  • The Mighty 200 Part 2 - Last issue, we revealed The Caves of Androzani as your favourite story of all time. But what about your favourite Doctor and companion? And, perhaps more importantly, who have you chosen as Doctor Who's greatest contributor... - Poll compiler: Peter Griffiths, Greatest Contribution commentary: Ian Farrington
Favourite Doctor: David Tennant (Tenth Doctor)
Favourite Companion: Elisabeth Sladen (Sarah Jane Smith)
Greatest Contribution: Russell T Davies (Writer and Executive producer 2005 - 2010)
  • Into the land of dreams... - This autumn there's another chance to catch up with the Tenth Doctor - in the brand new animated adventure Dreamland. Dan Berry was at the studios for the recording...
  • You Are Not Alone: Whether You Like It...Or Not! - Neil Harris turns The Mighty 200 upside down...
  • The Watcher's Guide to...The Eighth Doctor (1996) - As we await the arrival of the Eleventh Doctor, The Watcher foreshadows the newcomer, by looking back at Doctors past...

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  • Production Notes - Doctor Who' departing executive producer Russell T Davies casts his mind back, back, back, to 1981...
  • Gallifrey Guardian
  • Gallifrey Forum
Includes: On this Month 30 Years Ago - Peter Ware looks back at his copy of Issue 1, from October 1979...

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  • Win Doctor Who Goodies! - Books! CDs! And the latest DVDs! They could all be yours - just by answering a few simple questions...
  • Although largely uncelebrated, this issue marked the 30th anniversary of the magazine.
    • The closest celebration would be Ware's lookback at issue 1 and the brief mention at the top of the cover.
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