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Mavic Chen and The Daleks
Mavic Chen and The Daleks
 In their quest to gain control of the Solar System, the Daleks have taken possession of the Time Destructor, a weapon which threatens the safety of all who stand it their way. They have formed an alliance with the Outer Galaxies, all of them bent on destroying the human race, and called a council of delegates to their base on the planet Kembel. In their midst is none other than Mavic Chen, treacherous Guardian of the Solar System.

 When The Doctor learns the extent of the Daleks’ plan, he steals the taranium core which powers the weapon - without it their conquest cannot begin. Together with two agents of the 41st century’s Space Security Service, the TARDIS crew is pursued across volcanoes and deserts, through jungles and futuristic cities, and to London. Egypt and even Hollywood. As the Daleks close in and the stakes become progressively higher, allies and enemies are won and lost. Shockingly, not all of The Doctor’s companions will escape with their lives…

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General Information

Season: Three
Production Code: V
Story Number: 21
Episode Numbers:91 - 102
Number of Episodes: 12
Number of Incomplete/Missing Episodes:9
Percentage of Episodes Held:25%
Working Titles:"There's Something Just Behind You" (episode 5), "Counter-plot" (episode 6), "Land of the Pharaohs" (episode 9), "Return to Varga" (episode 10) and "The Mutation of Time" and "A Switch in Time" (episode 12)
Production Dates: September 1965 - January 1966
Broadcast Started: 13 November 1965
Broadcast Finished: 29 January 1966
Colour Status: B&W
Studio: Ealing Television Film Studios and BBC Television Centre (TC3 and TC4)
Location: None
Writers:Terry Nation (Episodes 1-5, 7) and John Lucarotti (Episodes 6, 8-12)
Director:Douglas Camfield
Producer:John Wiles
Story Editor:Donald Tosh
Production Assistants:Michael Briant and Viktors Ritelis
Assistant Floor Managers:Caroline Walmsley and Catherine Childs
Designers:Barry Newbery and Raymond P Cusick
Costume Designers:Daphne Dare and Tony Pearce
Make-Up Designer:Sonia Markham
Cameraman:Peter Hamilton
Incidental Music:Tristram Cary
Special Sounds (SFX Editor):Brian Hodgson
Studio Sounds:Robin Luxford
Lighting:Geoff Shaw
Visual Effects:The BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Fights Arranged By:David Anderson and Derek Ware
Title Sequence:Bernard Lodge
Title Music:Ron Grainer and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Arranged by Delia Derbyshire
Daleks Originally Created By: Terry Nation
Special Photographic Transparencies: George Pollock
Number of Doctors: 1
The Doctor: William Hartnell (The First Doctor)
Number of Companions: 3The Companions: Peter Purves (Steven Taylor), Adrienne Hill (Katarina) (Dies) and Jean Marsh (Sara Kingdom) (Joins and Dies) Guest Cast: Peter Butterworth (The Monk), Nicholas Courtney (Bret Vyon), Brian Cant (Kert Gantry) Additional Cast: Kevin Stoney (Mavic Chen), Pamela Greer (Lizan), Philip Anthony (Roald), Michael Guest (Interviewer), Peter Hawkins (Dalek Voice), David Graham (Dalek Voice), Kevin Manser (Dalek), Robert Jewell (Dalek), Gerald Taylor (Dalek), John Scott Martin (Dalek), Julian Sherrier (Zephon), Roy Evans (Trantis), Douglas Sheldon (Kirksen), Dallas Cavell (Bors), Geoff Cheshire (Garge), Maurice Browning (Karlton), Roger Avon (Daxtar), James Hall (Borkar), Bill Meilen (Froyn), John Herrington (Rhymnal), Clifford Earl (Station Sergeant), Norman Mitchell (First Policeman), Malcolm Rogers (Second Policeman), Keneth Thornett (Detective-Inspector), Reg Pritchard (Man in Macintosh), Sheila Dunn (Blossom Lefevre), Leonard Grahame (Darcy Tranton), Royston Tickner (Steinberger P Green), Mark Ross (Ingmar Knopf), Conrad Monk (Assistant Director), David James (Arab Sheikh), Paula Topham (Vamp), Robert G. Jewell (Clown), Albert Barrington (Professor Webster), Buddy Windrush (Prop Man), Steve Machin (Cameraman), Terence Woodfield (Celation), Roger Brierley (Trevor), Bruce Wightman (Scott), Jeffrey Isaac (Khepren), Derek Ware (Tuthmos), Walter Randall (Hyksos), Bryan Mosley (Malpha)Setting: Planet Kembel (4000), Planet Desperus (4000), Central City (Earth, 4000), Planet Mira (4000), Liverpool (1965) Hollywood, 1920s; Planet Tigus; Egypt circa 2500 BC and an unnamed ice planet. Villain: Daleks

The Episodes

No. Episodes Broadcast
(UK)
Duration Viewers
(Millions)
In Archive
91The Nightmare Begins13 November 196522'55"9.1Missing
92Day of Armageddon20 November 196524'25"9.816mm telerecording
93Devil's Planet27 November 196524'30"10.3Missing
94The Traitors04 December 196524'42"9.5Missing
95Counter Plot11 December 196524'03"9.916mm telerecording
96Coronas of the Sun18 December 196524'45"9.1Missing
97The Feast of Steven25 December 196524'36"7.9Missing
98Volcano01 January 196624'42"9.6Missing
99Golden Death08 January 196624'38"9.2Missing
100Escape Switch15 January 196623'37"9.516mm telerecording
101The Abandoned Planet22 January 196624'34"9.8Missing
102Destruction of Time29 January 196623'31"8.6Missing

Total Duration 4 Hours 51 Minutes


Audience Appreciation

Average Viewers (Millions) 9.4
Doctor Who Magazine Poll (1998)74.22%  (Position = 44 out of 159)
Doctor Who Magazine Poll (2003)361 Points (Position = 44 out of 159)
Doctor Who Magazine Poll (2009)79.45% Higher (Position = 42 out of 200)
Doctor Who Magazine Poll (2014)80.22% Higher (Position = 48 out of 241)


Archives


 Only episodes 2, 5, and 10 exist as 16mm telerecordings. Episodes 5 and 10 were recovered from a church basement in October 1983, while episode 2 was returned by a former BBC engineer in January 2004. Some 35mm folmed inserts or outtakes exists for parts of episodes 1, 3, 4 and 9.



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Notes


"The Dalek’s Master Plan" is the longest individual Doctor Who story ever to be recorded, and is considered one of its greatest epics. It has been described as a time and space-travel odyssey. It involves visits to countless planets and many battles with the Daleks.

This story features the return of the Daleks – making there fifth appearance in Doctor Who – and The Meddling Monk – again played by Peter Butterworth. His original appearance was in "The Time Meddler".

This story contains the first death of a companion. In fact two companions meet this fate. New companion Katarina (played by Adrienne Hill) is killed early on in episode four (it was thought the ancient Greek character would not be work well as a companion). The death scene of Katarina, shot as a film insert at Ealing during the week beginning 27 September 1965, was the first work that Adrienne Hill did in the role. Katarina's death was prophesied, by Cassandra, in "The Myth Makers".

The second companion to die was Sara Kingdom (played by Jean Marsh), who joined the cast during episode 4, was also killed at the conclusion of this story. Despite rumours to the contrary there was never any intention for Sara Kingdom replace Katarina as a companion and to continue past the end of this story.

Jean Marsh, who played companion Sara Kingdom, originally guest starred in "The Crusade" and later, in 1989, she returned to Doctor Who to play Morgaine in "Battlefield". Jean Marsh also went on to great fame as the co-creator and star of LWT's Upstairs, Downstairs and appeared in the short-lived American sitcom 9 To 5 (based on the movie of the same name). Marsh has maintained a prolific stage schedule and has appeared in feature films such as Return To Oz and Willow.

"The Dalek’s Master Plan" featured the first-ever appearance of Nicholas Courtney, in the role of Bret Vyon, in Doctor Who. Nicholas Courtney's next role was in "The Web of Fear" as Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart, a character who would later become the show's longest-running supporting character - The Brigadier – and who would subsequently appear with all of first seven Doctor’s.

Actor Brian Cant, who plays the hapless Kert Gantry in the first episode, later went on to become a popular children's presenter, appearing in shows like Playaway and Play School.

This story follows on from the one part Doctor/companionless story "Mission to the Unknown".

Episode seven, "The Feast of Steven", was scripted as a stand-alone adventure in the middle of the main action due to the fact that it was scheduled for broadcast on Christmas Day. This is the first, and until the shows return in 2005, only Doctor Who episode to be shown on this day. "The Feast of Steven" also featured the first, and most memorable, "fourth wall" moment in the show's history as William Hartnell turned to the camera and saluted the audience, immediately preceded the closing credits, with: ‘Incidentally, a happy Christmas to all of you at home’. It has been stated that both Producer John Wiles and Story Editor Donald Tosh greatly disliked this gesture, and would later claim that this was an unplanned ad-lib by William Hartnell, although the fact that the line appears in Camfield's camera script suggests otherwise.

The Doctor is seen to fiddle with The Meddling Monk's chameleon circuit, changing his TARDIS from a block of stone to a motor cycle, a stage coach, a Western waggon, a tank and a Police Box. He also steals The Meddling Monk's directional unit to enable his own TARDIS to return to Kembel.

Earth is developing long distance teleportation technology (possible based on T-Mat principles - see "The Seeds of Death").

The Doctor is heard to say that the way to defeat the Daleks is 'to look back in the history of the year 2157' - he either simply gets the date of the invasion wrong (see "The Dalek Invasion of Earth"), or this is when the Dalek campaign against Earth (meteors, etc.) actually began.

There is a great in joke when The Doctor sees a man in the police station and tells him that he believes he has met him 'in a market place in Jaffa' (the actor appeared in "The Crusade").

The Doctor is seemingly unaware of what cricket is when the TARDIS materialises at the Oval during a Test Match between England and Australia.

The starfish-like Dalek creatures seen after the time destructor has done its work in the final episode; are implied to be the form from which the Daleks evolved over a period of millions of years.

Unfortunately only 3 episodes exist from this 12 part story. All twelve episodes were reported missing from the BBC Film and Videotape Library following an audit in 1978. However, the fifth episode, "Counter Plot", and the tenth episode, "Escape Switch", were returned by a London church, in July 1983, after they found the films in its basement. The second episode, "Day of Armageddon", was then returned, in January 2004, by a former BBC engineer.



First and Last

The Firsts:

 The first trip in the TARDIS for new companion Katarina played by Adrienne Hill.

 The introduction of short lived companion Sara Kingdom as played by Jean Marsh.

 The first death of a companion. Namely Katarina in episode four. Sara Kingdom also dies at the end of the twelth episode.

 The first appearance of Nicholas Courtney, in the role of Bret Vyon, before he played regular character The Brigadier.

 The first time an episode is broadcast on Christmas Day. This being episode seven, "The Feast of Steven"

 The first (and only) time The Doctor turns and actually talks direct to the audience. He does this to wish everyone watching a Happy Christmas.


The Lasts (Subject to Future Stories):

 Adrienne Hill's last story as companion Katarina.

 Jean Marsh's last story as companion Sara Kingdom.

 The last appearance in the show for The Meddling Monk.

 Raymond P Cusick's last involvement in the show as Designer.


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The Plot

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Mavic Chen and The Daleks
Mavic Chen and The Daleks

Some six months after the events of "Mission to the Unknown", the TARDIS materialises on the planet Kembel. The Doctor leaves the TARDIS to try and find medical aid for Steven Taylor, who became wounded in their last adventure (see "The Myth Makers"). Steven though is being tended to by the Trojan servant girl Katarina.

Also on Kembel are two Space Agents, Bret Vyon and the injured Kert Gantry who are on the planet trying to find out what happened to their agent, Marc Cory. Because Kert Gantry is slowing his colleague down, Bret Vyon leaves Kert Gantry. But no sooner has Kert Gantry gone a Dalek finds Kert Gantry and exterminates him.

Bret Vyon then spots The Doctor leaving the TARDIS, and after stealing The Doctor’s TARDIS Key and trying unsuccessfully to get the very confused Katarina to take him off the planet, Bret Vyon gives the unwell Steven some tablets. But when he again threatens Katarina, Steven briefly recovers and knocks Bret Vyon out. The Doctor then returns and ties Bret Vyon in a restraining chair before going back outside again. With Steven recovering Katarina releases Bret Vyon and they all leave the TARDIS to find The Doctor. They soon meet up with The Doctor just as the Daleks set fire to the jungle in order to drive out any further intruders.

The TARDIS Materialises on Kembel
The TARDIS Materialises on Kembel

The Doctor and his friends then witness the arrival of dignitaries from various planets arriving. This alliance has been formed by the Daleks and after infiltrating into the conference The Doctor learns of the Daleks' scheme, which hinges on the use of the fearsome Time Destructor weapon. Realising the gravity of the situation The Doctor is determined to warn the authorities on Earth. However, this undertaking proves problematic as the human leader Mavic Chen, who holds the title Guardian of the Solar System, is a traitor who is in league with the Daleks.

Fortunately, The Doctor manages to make off with the Taranium Core, that is needed to fuel the Time Destructor, thus disrupting the Daleks' plans. The Doctor, his companions and Bret Vyon are then pursued, in Mavic Chen's Spar ship, across time and space by the Daleks.

The Daleks Activate Flame Throwers
The Daleks Activate Flame Throwers

Before reaching Earth they are forced to land on a prison planet called Desperus where a convict named Kirksen manages to get on board just before they take off again. Unable to help her, Katarina finds herself held hostage in the ship's airlock. Realising that her predicament will prevent The Doctor from escaping from the Daleks, she opens the outer door and they are both ejected to their deaths in space.

In an attempt to regain the Taranium Core, Mavic Chen dispatches Space Security Service agent Sara Kingdom to track down The Doctor's party. Unaware of Chen's treachery, Sara kills Bret - her own brother - before the time travellers can convince her of Mavic Chen’s treachery. On realising the truth Sara joins forces with The Doctor and Steven.

The Daleks though are still searching for The Doctor so as to the Taranium Core and to carry out their master plan. On arriving on a newborn planet The Doctor, Steven and Sara are confronted by another old adversary of The Doctor - The Meddling Monk. It seems he has also become involved with the Daleks and in attempting to escape from them he attempts to trap The Doctor by destroying the TARDIS lock. But The Doctor is able to thwart The Meddling Monks vandalism of the TARDIS.

Bret Vyon, The Doctor, Katarina and Steven
Bret Vyon, The Doctor, Katarina and Steven

Despite this set back the Daleks allow The Meddling Monk to carry on working for them. The TARDIS arrives in Egypt where The Meddling Monk, along with the Daleks, set another trap for our time travellers. However, The Doctor however, manages to steal the Meddling Monk's directional controller which results in The Meddling Monk materialising on an ice planet. The Meddling Monk realises that without having any control over the direction of his TARDIS he now has little chance of ever catching The Doctor.

Free at last to continue their travels The TARDIS arrives back on Kembel. There, The Doctor contrives to use the Time Destructor against the Daleks, so annihilating them. Thanks to a distraction, when the Daleks announce that their alliance is over and then kill Mavic Chen, The Doctor enters the control room and activates the Time Destructor. The Daleks return, but are powerless to do anything due to the danger of The Doctor increasing the Time Destructor's power. He orders Sara and Steven back to the TARDIS. Steven returns to the TARDIS as instructed but Sara refuses to go.

The Doctor and Sara flee with the Time Destructor through the jungle, which rapidly begins to deteriorate and die. The Daleks that are pursuing them seem to be immune to the effects. But as The Doctor and Sara reach the TARDIS they have aged massively by the Time Destructor. As the two collapse Sara disintegrates. Steven rushes outside and tries to deactivate the Destructor, but he too begins to rapidly age, he tries to help The Doctor, but is ordered to get back into the TARDIS. Fortunately, when trying to deactivate the destructor Steven managed to reverse it, thus causing the two to revert to approximately their previous ages. The pursuing Daleks try to destroy the Time Destructor with their weapons but instead cause it to run uncontrollably fast, destroying the Daleks and reducing the planet to a lifeless, barely habitable wasteland.

Some time later The Doctor and Steven emerge from the TARDIS, the Time Destructor having burnt itself out. As they look around at all the destruction that has taken place The Doctor mutters ‘What a terrible waste’. They then prepare to leave but with the recent deaths of Katarina and Sara this just leaves Steven to continue travelling with The Doctor.

 
Katarina's Sacrifice
Katarina's Sacrifice
The Meddling Monk with Sara Kingdom and Steven
The Meddling Monk with Sara Kingdom and Steven
Sara Kingdom, Steven and The Doctor in the TARDIS
Sara Kingdom, Steven and The Doctor in the TARDIS
Bret Vyon, Steven and The Doctor
Bret Vyon, Steven and The Doctor
 
Kert Gantry Encounters a Dalek
Kert Gantry Encounters a Dalek
Katarina
Katarina
Sara Kingdom
Sara Kingdom
The Daleks
The Daleks




Quote of the Story


 'Your ideas are too narrow, too crippled. I am a citizen of the Universe, and a gentleman to boot.'

The Doctor



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Release Information

FormatTitleRelease Date (UK)Code NumberCover ArtRemarks
Video
VHS
The Missing YearsNovember 1998BBCV 6766Photo-montageA 56 minute documentary presented by Frazer Hines (Jamie McCrimmon) and Deborah Watling (Victoria Waterfield) Includes the existing footage from episodes 1, 2, 3 and 4 Released as part of The Ice Warriors Collection (BBCV 6387)
Video
VHS
Daleks: The Early YearsJuly 1992BBCV 4810PhotoEpisode 5 and 10 only Introduced by Peter Davison
Audio
CD
Doctor Who at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop Volume One - The Early Years 1963-1969June 2000WMSF 6023-2Music and sound effects
Audio
CD
The Daleks' Master PlanOctober 2001Photo-montageAll 12 episodes Narrated by Peter Purves (Steven Taylor). Also contains "Mission to the Unknown" and complete scripts for both "Mission to the Unknown" and "The Daleks' Master Plan" 5 CD Release
Audio
MP3
The Daleks' Master PlanApril 2003Photo-montageAll 12 episodes (in MP3 format) - Narrated by Peter Purves (Steven Taylor). Also contains "Mission to the Unknown"
Audio
CD
Devils Planets: The Music of Tristram CarySeptember 2003
Video
DVD
Doctor Who: Lost in TimeNovember 2004BBCDVD 1353Photo-montageEpisodes 2, 5 and 10 only First release of episode 2 as this episode was not released on VHS as the VHS releases had stopped by the time of the discovery of this episode Also included are surviving clips and footage of episodes 1, 3 and 4
Audio
CD
The Daleks' Master PlanFebruary 2011Part of the "Doctor Who: The Lost TV Episodes: Collection Two 1965-1966" Box Set Narrated by Peter Purves (Steven Taylor) Also includes "Archive on 4: Doctor Who - The Lost Episodes" documentary
Audio
CD
The 50th Anniversary CollectionDecember 2013Photo-montageOriginal Television Soundtracks
Audio
LP
The Daleks' Master PlanFebruary 2019Photo-montageLimited Edition Double LP - Narrated by Peter Purves (Steven Taylor). Also contains "Mission to the Unknown
Audio
LP
The Daleks' Master PlanFebruary 2019Photo-montageAmazon Exclusive Limited Edition Double LP - Narrated by Peter Purves (Steven Taylor). Also contains "Mission to the Unknown


In Print

FormatTitleRelease Date (UK)PublisherAuthorCover ArtRemarks
Novel
Novel
Mission to the UnknownSeptember 1989Target No. 141John PeelAlister PearsonISBN: 0-426-20343-7
Includes "Mission to the Unknown" and the first six episodes.
Novel
Novel
The Mutation of TimeOctober 1989Target No. 142John PeelAlister PearsonISBN: 0-426-20344-5
(Episodes 7 - 12). The first six episodes were included with "Mission to the Unknown".
CD
CD
Daleks: Mission to the UnknownMay 2010Target No. 141John PeelAlister PearsonAudio version of the Target Novel. Includes "Mission to the Unknown" and the first six episodes.
CD
CD
Daleks: The Mutation of TimeJune 2010Target No. 142John PeelAlister PearsonAudio version of the Target Novel. (Episodes 7 - 12). The first six episodes were included with "Mission to the Unknown".
CD
CD
Daleks: Mission to the UnknownOctober 2012Target No. 141John PeelAlister PearsonAudio version of the Target Novel. Includes "Mission to the Unknown" and the first six episodes. Part of the 'Dalek Menace!' Box Set.
CD
CD
Daleks: The Mutation of TimeOctober 2012Target No. 142John PeelAlister PearsonAudio version of the Target Novel. (Episodes 7 - 12). The first six episodes were included with "Mission to the Unknown". Part of the 'Dalek Menace!' Box Set.
Doctor Who CMS Magazine (An Adventure in Space and Time)Issue 21 Part 1
Doctor Who CMS Magazine (An Adventure in Space and Time)Issue 21 Part 2
Doctor Who Monthly - Article/FeatureIssue 67
Doctor Who Magazine - NostalgiaIssue 125 (Released: June 1987)
Doctor Who Magazine - ArticleIssue 183 (Released: February 1992)
Doctor Who Magazine - ArchiveIssue 272 (Released: December 1998)
Doctor Who Magazine - Time TeamIssue 292 (Released: June 2000)
Doctor Who Magazine - Time TeamIssue 293 (Released: July 2000)
Doctor Who Magazine - Time TeamIssue 342 (Released: April 2004)
Doctor Who Magazine - Missing In ActionIssue 494 (Released: January 2016)
Doctor Who Magazine - ArticleIssue 507 (Released: January 2017)
Doctor Who Magazine - The Fact of FictionIssue 547 (Released: February 2020)
Doctor Who Magazine - The Fact of FictionIssue 548 (Released: March 2020)
Doctor Who Magazine - The Fact of FictionIssue 549 (Released: April 2020)

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On Release

Missing Years VHS Video Cover
Missing Years VHS Video Cover

BBC
VIDEO
Daleks: The Early Years VHS Video Cover
Daleks: The Early Years VHS Video Cover

BBC
VIDEO
Audio - Volume 1: The Early Years
Audio - Volume 1: The Early Years

BBC
AUDIO
Soundtrack CD Cover
Soundtrack CD Cover

BBC
AUDIO
   
MP3 Release Cover
MP3 Release Cover

BBC
AUDIO
Devils Planets CD Cover
Devils Planets CD Cover

BBC
AUDIO
Lost In Time DVD Cover
Lost In Time DVD Cover

BBC
VIDEO
The Lost TV Episodes: Collection Two CD Cover
The Lost TV Episodes: Collection Two CD Cover

BBC
AUDIO
   
The 50th Anniversary Collection Cover
The 50th Anniversary Collection Cover

BBC
AUDIO
Original Television Soundtrack LP Cover
Original Television Soundtrack LP Cover

Demon Records
AUDIO
Amazon Exclusive Soundtrack Vinyl Cover
Amazon Exclusive Soundtrack Vinyl Cover

Demon Records
AUDIO



In Print

The Daleks' Master Plan Part I - Target Book Cover
The Daleks' Master Plan Part I - Target Book Cover

Target
NOVEL
The Daleks' Master Plan Part II - Target Book Cover
The Daleks' Master Plan Part II - Target Book Cover

Target
NOVEL
Target Audio CD Cover
Target Audio CD Cover

BBC
CD
Target Audio CD Cover
Target Audio CD Cover

BBC
CD
   
Dalek Menace! Box Set Cover
Dalek Menace! Box Set Cover

BBC
CD



Magazines

Doctor Who CMS Magazine (An Adventure in Space and Time): Issue 21 Part 1
Doctor Who CMS Magazine (An Adventure in Space and Time): Issue 21 Part 1

CMS
Doctor Who CMS Magazine (An Adventure in Space and Time): Issue 21 Part 2
Doctor Who CMS Magazine (An Adventure in Space and Time): Issue 21 Part 2

CMS
Doctor Who Monthly - Article/Feature: Issue 67
Doctor Who Monthly - Article/Feature: Issue 67

CMS
Doctor Who Magazine - Nostalgia: Issue 125
Doctor Who Magazine - Nostalgia: Issue 125

Marvel Comics
   
Doctor Who Magazine - Article: Issue 183
Doctor Who Magazine - Article: Issue 183

Marvel Comics
Doctor Who Magazine - Archive: Issue 272
Doctor Who Magazine - Archive: Issue 272

Marvel Comics
Doctor Who Magazine - Time Team: Issue 292
Doctor Who Magazine - Time Team: Issue 292

Marvel Comics
Doctor Who Magazine - Time Team: Issue 293
Doctor Who Magazine - Time Team: Issue 293

Marvel Comics
   
Doctor Who Magazine - Time Team: Issue 342
Doctor Who Magazine - Time Team: Issue 342

Marvel Comics
Doctor Who Magazine - Missing In Action: Issue 494
Doctor Who Magazine - Missing In Action: Issue 494

Marvel Comics
Doctor Who Magazine - Article: Issue 507
Doctor Who Magazine - Article: Issue 507

Marvel Comics
Doctor Who Magazine - The Fact of Fiction: Issue 547
Doctor Who Magazine - The Fact of Fiction: Issue 547

Marvel Comics
   
Doctor Who Magazine - The Fact of Fiction: Issue 548
Doctor Who Magazine - The Fact of Fiction: Issue 548

Marvel Comics
Doctor Who Magazine - The Fact of Fiction: Issue 549
Doctor Who Magazine - The Fact of Fiction: Issue 549

Marvel Comics


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