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Doctor Who Magazine 555 was the issue of the magazine cover-dated October 2020.

Contents[]

Interviews[]

  • Out of the TARDIS
Derek Jacobi interviewed by Scott Handcock

Articles[]

  • Golden Years

A look at UKTV Gold repeats of Doctor Who during the 1990's and early 2000's.

  • Secret Lemonade Drinker

Discussion of the appearance of Tom Baker in his Fourth Doctor costume within a 1978 promotional photoshoot for Country Times lemonade.

  • A Near-Death Experience
  • Smart to be Square

In-depth look at the 1990 BSB TV repeats of Doctor Who and their culmination in a Galaxy Weekend event - a weekend-long repeat marathon, featuring special studio guests, linking material and interviews.

  • Making Waves

The making of the Fury from the Deep animation.

  • Controversial Continuity - Companions

A look at the complicated and sometimes contradictory information given in the TV show about certain companions and their lives.

  • Controversial Continuity - Silurians
  • Controversial Continuity - UNIT Dating
  • Controversial Continuity - The Fourth Dimension

Comics[]

The Fact of Fiction[]

Apocrypha[]

Reviews[]

Competitions[]

Coming Soon...[]

The Blogs of Doom[]

  • The Investigator

Credits[]

Panini UK Ltd
BBC Studios, UK Publishing
  • Chair, Editorial Review Boards: Nicholas Brett
  • Managing Director, Consumer Products and Licensing: Stephen Davies
  • Head of Publishing: Mandy Thwaites
  • Compliance Manager: Cameron K McEwan
  • UK Publishing Co-ordinator: Eva Abramik

Additional details[]

  • This was the fifth issue to be worked on remotely, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • This was the third consecutive issue to lack a comic story. As announced in DWM 552, the comic strips took a 3-issue break as a result of the aforementioned pandemic.
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