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Bonnie Langford has been named as Best Newcomer in the 2016 British Soap Awards.

Langford has been playing Carmel Kazemi in the BBC continuing drama EastEnders since May 2015. Although she has been performing for over 45 years, this was her first role in a soap opera, making her elgible for the newcomer award.

Bonnie Langford is best known to Doctor Who fans for playing Melanie Bush alongside the Sixth and Seventh Doctors in 20 episodes of Doctor Who in the 1980's, as well as reprising the role for Big Finish.

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The latest issue of the long-running fan magazine Whotopia is now available.

In this 68 page issue:
  • AN UNNECESSARY WAR DOCTOR?
    Matthew Kresal considers whether this incarnation was needed after all
  • INNES LLOYD: AN UNWILLING WARRIOR
    David P. May examines the critical influence of producer Innes Lloyd
  • WHAT'S ALL THE FUSS ABOUT?
    Jez Strickley reviews the introductory guide to Doctor Who by Will Hadcroft & Ian Wheeler
  • THE DOCTOR WHO SCHOLAR
    Jeremy Remy's ongoing academic perspectives on Doctor Who - this issue music
  • WHO YOU BUILD
    David Etches guides us through his full-scale Dalek model making
  • LOGOPOLIS 6
    Michael S. Collins & Jon Arnold go head-to-head in this conversation review of the Fourth Doctor's finale
  • MASTER WHO
    Dan Tessier's thoughts on the decaying renegade of The Deadly Assassin & The Keeper of Traken
  • TARGET TRAWL
    Nick Mellish's quest to read every Target novel continues
  • REPLAY: TERROR OF THE ZYGONS
    Thomas Spychalski puts this classic adventure under the spotlight
  • SERIES NINE REVIEW: PART TWO
    Matthew Kresal concludes his thoughts on the most recent series
  • THE STORIES THAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN: THE COLIN BAKER ERA
    Bob Furnell continues his exploration into the scripts which never made it into production
  • THE CURATE'S EGG: MEGLOS
    Defending yet another controversial subject, Richard Michael ways in with a prickly word or two
  • THE AUDIO ARCHIVES: STORM WARNING
    Andrew Screen continues his look at the works of Big Finish
  • A TRIBUTE TO ANTHONY READ
    Bob Furnell pays tribute to former script editor and series writer, Anthony Read
The latest issue can be downloaded here.

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Our 'Friend From The Future' is 29 today.

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This week sees Titan release a new comic featuring The Fourth Doctor.

THE FOURTH DOCTOR #3

Writers: Gordon Rennie & Emma Beeby
Artist: Brian Williamson
Colorist: Hi-Fi
Letterer: Comicraft
Covers Brian Williamson, Warren Pleece, Robert Hack

'GAZE OF THE MEDUSA' continues, as the Doctor and Sarah Jane team with Professor Odysseus James, and his daughter, Athena, to face down an ancient alien horror. Battling a malign influence all the way from Ancient Greece to London in 1887, the Doctor is faced with a petrifying challenge – and physical evidence that he cannot win!

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On Sale Wednesday 1st June 2016

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Doctor Who Magazine has celebrated reaching its 500th edition, launching the special edition at an event in London.

The long-running Magazine was presented with the Guinness World Record as the world's Longest Running Magazine Based on a Television Series, a record it has held since 2010.

The milestone was marked by the editorial team, past and present, who were joined by stars from the series as well as current showrunner Steven Moffat.

The magazine began life as Doctor Who Weekly in October 1979, before becoming a monthly publication the following year. Contributors have included Doctor Who’s head writers Steven Moffat and Russell T Davies, and the title has interviewed every Doctor and companion to appear in the TV series over the years.

Current Doctor Peter Capaldi paid tribute to the long running title.
When I was growing up, the same publications would print the same pictures over and over again. But then suddenly Doctor Who Magazine will produce something from the 60s that you’ve never seen. To me, that’s magic

The magazine caters to a whole range of ages and interests, and so many of your readers are so creative. It’s one of the things I love about Doctor Who, that it stimulates creativity in people. They may go off and become writers, or actors, or artists – and the magazine is part of that. As an examination of the nature of television production, it gives people a clear idea about the processes involved, both now and historically. You have very clever, very detailed articles for those who are of a scholarly bent… But also Doctor Who Magazine has a great artistic flavour to it. It’s about endeavour
Highlights of issue 500 include:
  • A message to DWM readers from the Doctor’s new companion, actress Pearl Mackie.
  • A letter from the Doctor himself!...
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Colin Baker becomes the 'current' Doctor again on British airwaves today as BBC Radio 4 Extra begin a new run of Big Finish adventures on the radio, Saturdays at 6:00pm (repeated midnight). The Crimes of Thomas Brewster kicks off the run, broadcast in two parts over the next couple of weeks. The story also features Maggie Stables as the sixth Doctor's long-time audio companion Evelyn and guest stars David Troughton as Raymond Gallagher.

This weekend also sees a repeat of the 50th Anniversary programme Who Made Who, which was presented by Tracy Ann Oberman and featured a variety of interviews and special documentaries, plus the mockumentary from 2004, Whatever Happened to Susan Foreman?, which starred Jane Asher as the titular character whose life is examined some years after being left on Earth... The three hour programme follows on after Doctor Who at 7:00pm (and is also on at 9:00am this morning).

Both The Crimes of Thomas Brewster and Who Made Who should be available to listen to over the next 29 days via the BBC iPlayer....
"With the new companion, you want the simpler version of the show."

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Gustaff Behr gives his spoiler-free verdict on Andy Davidson's audio return.

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Moffat: "Someone a bit more gobby and, you know, funnier."

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