Red Nose Day update

March 12, 2009

The Sarah Jane Adventures site has been updated with some content for the Red Nose Day special which will air during the first hour of Comic Relief tomorrow night.

The content includes three wallpapers featuring the Red Noses, as well as an exclusive teaser clip from the mini episode.


DWM 406

March 5, 2009

DWM 406 is released today.

The main article is a feature about the spin-off show featuring the Daleks that almost aired in America in 1967. There is also a two-page interview with David Tennant about Comic Relief (he is hosting part of the Comic Relief telethon this year).

There are two more interviews in the magazine. The first is Gareth Roberts’ four-page interview, discussing his work on Doctor Who in the past, as well as on Planet of the Dead. The last interview takes the “Who on Earth Is…” spot, with Colin Baker.

There is also a two-page obituary to John Scott Martin; The Fact of Fiction: Logopolis; the first part of the comic strip Mortal Beloved; You Are Not Alone; and the Time Team looking at Remembrance of the Daleks.

One noticable difference was a removal of the cover page of The DWM Review section, instead moving the start of the first review and the main illustration to this page and having an abbrieviated contents at the bottom.

DWM 406 cover

February 28, 2009

The cover for Doctor Who Magazine issue 406 has been released, and can be seen below.

DWM 406

DWM 406

The issue will feature an article on the 1960s American spin-off show about the Daleks that never was, an interview with Gareth Roberts, The Fact of FictionLogopolis, and the first part of a new comic – Mortal Beloved.

More information to follow the official press release.

Red Nose Day SJA Special

February 14, 2009

For Red Nose Day, on 13 March 2009, there will be a special mini-adventure of The Sarah Jane Adventures, with regulars Elisabeth Sladen, Tommy Knight, Daniel Anthony and Anjli Mohindra with guest star Ronnie Corbett.

It will be written by Gareth Roberts and Clayton Hickman, and feature robot dog K9.

More information is available on the BBC site.