The latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine will be released tomorrow, featuring an interview with Jenna Coleman and the direction her character will take next season. When asked by DWM whether Clara and the Doctor can ever move past the events of series 8, particularly the death of Danny Pink, Coleman says:
“I think so. But they are a bit addicted to each other, and to the dynamic that they share. It’s getting so that one can’t go without the other, and I think that’s definitely what Clara’s realised. In a way that’s quite dangerous now, because she realises that there is no going back for her…”
Other features of this issue of DWM include:
- Rachel Talalay, director of the 2014 series finale two-part finale, reveals the secrets of how Death in Heaven was brought to the screen.
- Peter Purves, who starred as companion Steven Taylor in the 1960s, talks in-depth about his time on Doctor Who.
- Discover fascinating new facts about the acclaimed seventh Doctor story The Greatest Show in Galaxy in The Fact of Fiction.
- Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat answers readers’ questions – including the knotty problem of the Doctor’s many wives! – in his exclusive column.
- Writer David Fisher, who wrote three memorable stories for the fourth Doctor in the 1970s, revisits his work.
- The Doctor and Clara face Sontarans and Nazis as The Instruments of War continues, a brand-new comic strip written and illustrated by Mike Collins.
- Sarah Jane and the Brigadier are reunited, as the Time Team watch The Sarah Jane Adventures: Enemy of the Bane.
- Jaqueline Rayner wonders how the Doctor’s companions would get on in the Cubs in Relative Dimensions.
- Last Christmas is put under the spotlight in The DWM Review.
- The Watcher considers the many surprising ways that Doctor Who stories can change from script to screen in Wotcha!.
- The Watcher gives the answers to his Fiendishly Festive Christmas Quiz! How well did you do?
- Have your say on Peter Capaldi’s first series as the Doctor in the DWM Season Survey.