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4/26/2005 06:14:00 pm - Reported by Shaun Lyon

April 26, 2005 • Posted By Shaun Lyon
Details of issue 326 of Doctor Who Magazine have been revealed; the following is the press release from the publishers, including a high-quality scan over the cover (click on the thumbnail for a larger version). (Thanks to Tom Spilsbury)
Doctor Who Magazine celebrates the return of the Daleks! In this issue, there's a MASSIVE free A1 poster featuring the the Doctor and Rose! Plus an exclusive report on the resurrection of television's best-loved alien baddies - straight from the mutants' own mouthpiece,
Nicholas Briggs...

"...My first bit is a Dalek giving a horrible scream. Everyone jumps out of their skins. There?s a flutter of recovery laughter. Chris carries on, then stops. 'I?m sorry,' he laughs. 'I wasn?t expecting that!' Everyone laughs. I do my first scene with him, which involves me screaming, 'Exterminate! Exterminate! EXTERMINATE!' Chris immediately cheers and everyone joins in with a massive cheer and round of applause. I?m a bit flushed with success..."

Also this issue, Bruno Langley chats about playing the Doctor and Rose's latest travelling companion, Adam Mitchell; meet Jabe, the Moxx of Balhoon and a host of other alien weirdos on the set of The End of the World; and the Slitheen are un-zipped, as we have a gas with the actors who have brought the Doctor's latest enemies to life!

Plus, there's the second part of the Doctor and Rose's latest comic strip adventure, as The Love Invasion continues. The time-travelling pair have uncovered something sinister in 1960s London - will anyone they meet be able to lend a hand?

Meanwhile, there are tantalising previews for the Doctor's upcoming adventures, Dalek, The Long Game, Father's Day, The Empty Child and The Doctor Dances; and all the latest news on the series in Gallifrey Guardian, including the details of the writers for the next series of Doctor Who! Executive producer Russell T Davies explains the problems of time travel in his Production Notes, plus there's all the latest news, views and reviews.

DWM 356 is published on Thursday 28 April, priced ú3.99.