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Signed Items

Always keen to make DWAS membership more than just a magazine, in the next CT we will have some offers on signed merchandise for members only:

The Kamelion Collection DVD will be available, signed by Mark Strickson, and the Dalek Master Plan CDs will be available signed by Peter Purves. As always we will offer these at a discount from the RRP and with free UK delivery.

Amy Choice. The final word.

Brief, but succinct, from regular contributor Gary Merchant.

CT Badges

We still have some badges carrying the current CT logo which are free of charge to members.

To get one please send an SAE with postage of 66p (1st) or 51p (2nd) to our usual address at:

Unit 117
17 Piries Place
RH12 1BF

If you are outside the UK then please email us at for details.

Amy's Choice. Your views.

Well, we're now more than half way through Series 5. Here's what you're saying........

Amy's Choice

Well, I really liked this one. I think it is because it was just that bit different. I enjoyed Vampires of Venice too, but in a different way. It was after all, quite formulaic and very similar to other episodes from the new series - such as The Shakespeare Code, or The Unquiet Dead.

The Vampires of Venice. The final word.

CT regular Gary Merchant winds up for us this week.

The Vampires of Venice. Getting your teeth into it.

Doctor Who rarely makes me laugh out loud, but when we saw Guido piloting the gondola wearing Rory's stag-do shirt I genuinely did. Here's what you thought............

Flesh and Stone. The final word.

This week it belongs to Steve Murphy.

Thought we'd cracked it for a bit there. The Time Of Angels had a lot going for it; tense, taut, edgy, well-paced. Full of lots of the stuff that Doctor Who has always been good at. Still faults, but for a change in this series, for me at least, actually outweighed by the positives.

And then the second part.

Flesh and Stone. Your thoughts.

Flesh and Stone seems to have gone down very well!

Mark Carroll: At last! A story that met my expectations. Creepy, funny, tense all the things a really good Steven Moffatt story should be. Here's hoping the standard remains as high for the rest of the series.

Century Falls and Dark Season

Whilst browsing through Amazon (well what else is there to do on a Saturday apart from wait for Doctor Who?) I was very pleased to see that the 1990s children's series 'Century Falls' and 'Dark Season' have been released on DVD by the BBC. Both of course are from the pen of RTD and are, in my humble view, some of the finest children's TV of their era.