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New on our shelves this week is BOOKAZINE# 2 – THE COMPANIONS, from the publishers of DOCTOR WHO MAGAZINE. This series of 50th anniversary specials celebrates the world’s longest-running science fiction serial. This issue focuses on every one of the Doctor’s companions, from Susan Foreman to Clara Oswald. Special mention is also made of the strong …

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Third Doctor Jon Pertwee is the focus of this month’s Doctor Who Magazine reprinting an interview he conducted with two young journalists Matt Adams and David Southwell back in 1994. In the article Jon talks about his early life growing up in a family of actors and playwrights.  His time as the Third Doctor as well …

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It’s a good time to be a Doctor Who fan at Annie’s!! Both Doctor Who Magazine #456 and The Doctor Who Companion Volume Six have arrived!! Both packed to the gills with excitement!! First up in The Doctor Who Companion, Volume Six takes a look at all the events as well as everything in between …

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Just in!! Brand new Doctor Who and Dark Shadows audios have arrived!! This month’s Doctor Who Lost Stories 3.8 The Rosemariners performed by Frazer Hines and Wendy Padbury.  The Doctor, Jamie and Zoe find themselves on an almost deserted space lab. Earth Station 454 is being closed down, mothballed, its staff relocated. Years of research …

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 This issue of Doctor Who Magazine asks the question “How much does Doctor Who really change every seven years?” in their cover story 49 Up.  Interview with Andy Pryor. The man instrumental in casting evert actor in Doctor Who since 2005 which included a fwe names like Andrew Garfield and Carey Mulligan who have made …

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Four brand new Big Finish audio titles have just hit the shelves this week at Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester!! Fourth Doctor Adventure #1.5 Trail of the White Worm. The Fourth Doctor and Leela come face to face with the Doctor’s oldest and deadliest enemy. The Master. The legend dates back to Roman times, at least: a …

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