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10/02/2012 07:42:00 am - Reported by John Bowman

The free Canadian fan magazine Whotopia pays tribute to Caroline John and Mary Tamm among the many features in its latest issue.

Edited by Jez Strickley, issue 24 also has a number of interviews plus a competition to win a copy of the Death To The Daleks Region 1 DVD (closing date 10th October 2012).

  • Out Of Time: Doctor Who without time travel? Ian Wheeler explores the consequences
  • From Doom To Death - Doctor Who and the End of The World: Gary Phillips considers locales at the edge of time and space
  • Travel, Time, Dangerous Job, Writer, for a: Michael S Collins plays with non-linear writing with literal results
  • The Janet Fielding Interview: Bob Furnell asks the questions in this exclusive interview
  • An Old Wives' Tale: Matthew Kresal spotlights the TARDIS and its human aspirations
  • The RTD Debate: Good, bad, or undecided? Michael S Collins and Jon Arnold battle it out
  • A Tribute to Caroline John: Ian Wheeler pays tribute
  • The Incomparable Liz Shaw: Gary Phillips takes an in-depth look back at this popular companion
  • The Noel Clarke Interview: Paula Hammond talks to the actor, director, and screenwriter about life after Doctor Who
  • A Tribute to Mary Tamm: Gary Phillips and Michael S Collins pay tribute
  • Great Actors No One Talks About: Unsung actors are given their due by Michael S Collins
  • Target Trawl: Nick Mellish gets a double helping of Leela in his on-going review of Target books
  • Dalek's Advocate - In Defence of Timelash: Season 22's least favourite story is given a fresh look by Jez Strickley
  • The Memoirs of Two Whovian Gentlemen: Bob Furnell chats to Nick Mellish and Will Brooks, the authors of Memoirs of an Edwardian Adventurer
  • Screwdrivers, Scaries, and Scarves - Cliff-hangers: Jez Strickley examines the concept of the cliff-hanger
  • The Fanzine Corner: Bob Furnell goes back in time to the world of Doctor Who Bulletin

The 56-page magazine can be downloaded here, as can issues 1 to 23 plus the 2008 Spring Special.