In an exclusive interview, Arthur Darvill reveals he wants to write his own episode of Doctor Who, that he was cast for his massive arms, and shares his experience of filming in America.
“I think the balance between the humor and the terror is good because the look of it’s just getting better and better, the way it’s being shot, the way it’s designed, it’s just unbelievable
Also in this issue:
- WASHINGTON BEHIND CLOSED DOORS Actors Mark Sheppard and Stuart Milligan talk exclusively to Doctor Who Insider, sharing their experience of playing FBI Agent, Canton Everett Delaware III and President Richard Nixon in The Impossible Astronaut/Day of the Moon.
- HERE’S TO THE FUTURE
We track the evolution of mankind in Doctor Who as humanity escapes the confines of planet Earth and reaches for the stars.
- GOING FOR GOLD
Insider talks exclusively to Murray Gold who has composed the music for Doctor Who
since its return to TV in 2005.
- I WAS… ANAT Anna Barry casts her mind back to 1972 when she played the leader of a band of freedom fighters opposite Third Doctor, Jon Pertwee in Day of the Daleks.
- NEXUS POINT
We recall the moment that the Doctor met himself – twice! – for the first time in The
- DATA FILE
To coincide with the release of Time and the Rani on DVD, Insider takes a look at the
Seventh Doctor’s battle with his fellow Time Lord, the Rani in his very first adventure.
- TIME SCOOP Caught in the Time Scoop this issue are the Silurians, those xenophobic reptiles who are
sleeping beneath the Earth, waiting to re‐conquer their world.
Previews of the latest Doctor Who merchandise, including Time and the Rani and
Frontiers on DVD featuring interviews with Wanda Ventham who plays Faroon in Time
and the Rani and Lesley Dunlop who was Norna in Frontios; we take a look at The BBC
Radio Episodes collection of Doctor Who audio dramas; and author Una McCormack
guides us through the writing of her mysterious new Doctor Who novel, The Way
Through the Wood
- FAN ZONE A selection of photographs of fans and their incredible creations taken at the 2011 Gallifrey One convention in Los Angeles.
and the Rani!
Some subscribers in the UK received their copy of the magazine just after Issue 2 was published; editor John Ainsworth noted that this had been a mistake in distribution.