Annie's Book Stop of Worcester

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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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Doctor Who Magazine Special Edition #34 takes a look at THE MISSING EPISODES of THE FIRST DOCTOR. For fans who are new to the series, or who are still learning about the history of the program, it should be noted that many of the original television episodes starring William Hartnell, Patrick Troughton and Jon Pertwee …

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Looking for that last minute gift this season? Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester has selected Doctor Who as well as Doctor Who related DVD’s available for purchase behind the register. Available for purchase, we have Doctor Who Series’s 1-6!! Series’s 1 and 2 available for purchase together. Also available we have The Complete Specials featuring David …

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The Electronic Sound FX Dalek figures have arrived on the shelves at Annie’s.  Each era of Daleks from both the classic and current series are represented with iconic Dalek voice sounds and FX!! Bronze Dalek (2005) Dalek Invasion of Earth (1964) Power of the Daleks (1966) Revelation of the Daleks (1985) Planet of the Daleks (1973) Death …

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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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 This issue of DWM’s cover story features William Russell, who played the part of Doctor Who’s first action hero Ian Chesterton. William discuss his time with the program, how he got along well with the show’s young producer Verity Lambert, how he felt William Hartnell never forgave him for leaving the show and his amazement at discussing …

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