Doctor Who Magazine #399

By Mark
The 399th issue of Doctor Who Magazine was released yesterday and is now available in all good newsagents across the United Kingdom at the price of £3.99. This month's issue features an exclusive interview with Catherine Tate and much more. The press release for the issue can be seen below;

T├ęte a Tate... in the latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine!

Catherine Tate, aka the unforgettable Donna Noble, talks exclusively in DWM 399...

“What’s weird is, I was going into an established, loved, successful show, so part of me was thinking, oh God, there’s a responsibility there to that,” Catherine tells DWM. “But you can’t go on set every day and think, I really hope I don’t ruin this for everyone else involved! You just have to realise, yeah, I’ve taken this job, and the people around me wanted me to do it. Once you get down to the nuts and bolts of making the show, it was absolutely – and I can say this for certain – one of the best experiences of my professional life. Absolutely brilliant. There was just no down point.” Also in this issue:

• She was the the original feisty redhead! Bonnie Langford, aka companion Melanie Bush, talks candidly about her turbulant time on Doctor Who in the 1980s.
• Manga Doctor Who? Miss Saigon? And the Doctor and Donna at extra-fast speed? Find out what it all means as Executive Producer Julie Gardner tells us what happened when she went to the USA with new showrunner Steven Moffat, in Production Notes.
• There’s a multitude of adventures for the Doctor and Donna in a very special 10-page comic strip, The Time of My Life, written by Jonathan Morris with art by Rob Davis.
• It’s a close shave for Peri, as The Time Team get their minds warped by The Trial of a Time Lord!
• Pomp and circumstance... and Cybermen! DWM takes an exclusive look at August’s fantastic
Doctor Who Prom and talks to composer Murray Gold and the people who made it happen.
• Some of the Doctor’s most fondly remembered companions are back in an all-new series of audio adventures! DWM investigates the range and chats to the Doctor’s very first companion Susan, Carole Ann Ford.
• An alien killer on a space bus? The Doctor on a less-than-relaxing holiday? And bees that are far more intelligent than they appear? It can only be Delta and the Bannermen! Fact of Fiction examines one of the Seventh Doctor’s most extraordinary adventures. It’s tattyfilarious, missus!

• Neil Harris discovers the possible future of Doctor Who in You Are Not Alone...
• Plus all the very latest news, reviews, previews, competitions and much, much more!

Doctor Who Magazine will be celebrating the release of their 400th issue next month on the 18th September. It is not yet known what will feature in the issue but we do know that David Tennant will be sharing his love for Doctor Who Magazine inside. Will you be buying Doctor Who Magazine #399?
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4 comments so far.

  1. Anonymous 22 August 2008 at 17:23
    skimmed through it but it looks rubbish
  2. Zobles 22 August 2008 at 18:14
    Cool post that issue is great and it is a good read. Keep up the good work.
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  4. Axlart 23 August 2008 at 22:19
    Cool post. The Last DWM comic to feature Donna is absolutely Fantastic. Shame the events didn’t happen in the Series. I cant wait for the 400th issue next month. Its going to be fantastic.

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