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The Making of Howe's Transcendental Toybox
David J Howe explains how his research work turned into this extensive guidebook
Intermission - A Very Special Tenth
Roger Anderson remembers the Tenth Anniversary of Doctor Who
John Cura - Photographer of the Lost Archive
Richard Bignell uncovers the history of a man many fans have heard of, but know very little about and looks at why we owe him so much
Out of the Vaults Revisited!
Richard Molesworth and Mark Parmerter update the articles from DWM and look at some of the recent discoveries of clips and episodes
Doctor Who Reconstructed
The BBC's Michael Stevens discusses the details behind the MP3-CD release of Power of the Daleks
Carbon Copies
Derek Handley examined the differences between the Loose Cannon reconstructions of Marco Polo and Day of Armageddon compared with the recently recoveries from the episodes
Intermission - The Daleks' Master Plan
Richard Landen remembers this twelve part epic
No Further Interest
Andrew Pixley looks at how the original videotape recordings were junked in the 1960s and 70s
Withdrawn, De-Accessioned and Junked
Richard Bignell looks at the BBC documentation related to the junking of the 16mm telerecordings during the 1970s
Dr. Who Meets the Wizard of Enterprises
A light-hearted look at how the junkings were stopped by Robert Franks and Jeff Ovik
Eight Millimetre
Richard Bignell looks at how Doctor Who has been preserved on 8mm cine film
Intermission - The Most Wonderful Things Glow from Within
Nick Seidler recalls happy hours watching fuzzy fan copies of old episodes
Film & Video Reference: Seasons 4-6
Robert Franks and Matt Dale outline the archive status of footage for Seasons 4-6
Colouring the Past
Stuart Humphryes brings the tele-snaps to life with a splash of colour
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Doctor Who's Golden Age
Stephen James Walker takes a close look at the 1960s and tries to nail down why this may have been Doctor Who's golden age
"I Know London And It Isn't Like This..."
Richard Bignell reveals how he managed to track down some of the more elusive filming locations
Intermission - The Invasion
David J Howe reflects on why The Invasion has long been a favourite of his
What's Wrong With the TV? The Pictures Aren't Moving!
Bruce Robinson interviews several fans and comes to some interesting conclusions about the fan-made reconstructions of the missing episodes
British TV - A Potted History
David P May gives us a brief overview of the delevopment of television in Britain during the last century
Silent Witnesses
Andrew Pixley looks at what we can learn from the Doctor Who scripts, including many missing scenes
Intermission - The Enemy of the World
Bruce Robinson explains why his opinion of The Enemy of the World had canged over the years
Audio Dramas
How did we happen to have all the missing episodes available on audio? Bruce Robinson speaks to the people responsible
Dr. Who is Required
In the early days of the internet, many fans didn't know where to start, so Tobias Rogers tries to give them a head start
Film & Video Reference: Seasons 1-3
Robert Franks and Matt Dale outline the archive status of footage for Seasons 1-3
Now Available!
Issue Three
Illuminating the Dark Dimension
Our extensive 30-page article in this issue looks at the unmade 30th
anniversary special, Lost in the Dark Dimension, examining the BBC
paperwork for the first time and looking just how far the pre-production
got and the reasons why it was ultimately cancelled.

Journey into Time -
The Story of the Lost Doctor Who Radio Series
We look at what happened back in 1966/67 when Stanmark Productions
proposed an independent 52-episode radio series, from its early development
through to the recording of the pilot with Peter Cushing. And for the first time
ever, we present the full script for the pilot, written by Malcolm Hulke.

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Who Was the Original Sarah Jane Smith?
So who really was originally cast as Sarah Jane Smith back in 1973? We
reveal all and talk to the actress concerned to find out what happened...

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The Evil of the Daleks -
The Chris Thompson Off-Screen Photographs
For the first time, we publish the 26 off-screen photographs taken by
Production Designer Chris Thompson from the first episode of The Evil of the
Daleks, presented along with the existing John Cura Tele-Snaps. The article
also features photos from Chris' personal collection showing the filming done
at Ealing in the Emperor's chamber set.

The Living Planet
A look back at the one of the first stories proposed for the new series, written
by Alan Wakeman during the summer of 1963 containing the proposed four-
part storyline plus the draft script for the first episode.

Hayles Storm
We reproduce and review ten unmade storylines submitted by Brian
Hayles to the production office between February 1965 and May 1975,
covering the first four Doctors featuring more Ice Warriors, the return of
the Celestial Toymaker and a meeting with the Toymaker's half-sister,
The Queen of Time.

Designing The Space Pirates
Costume Designer Nick Bullen shares his original costume
designs from The Space Pirates, and for the first time since
1969 we get an idea what Dom Issigri looked like!

New Location Photographs
We present new colour photographs taken during the filming
of The Smugglers and The Invasion and new b/w photos from
The Enemy of the World.

  We speak to the winners of the 1965 TV Century 21 Dalek competition
to see what it was like to win a Movie Dalek and what happened to
them...
•   We look at some of the proposed 1960s toys that never made it to the
shop...
•   We find out from Effects Designer John Horton just what went wrong
with the original Nestene effect in Spearhead from Space...

And lots of other interesting stuff!

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