Previous CT issues

CT 483

Celestial Toyroom issue 483 is now in production. The editor is Allan Lear.

Contents include:

From the Death Zone
Days of Future Past
Confessions of a Convention Chauffeur
Thrice Upon a Time
Through the Lens
One Day, I Will Go Back
Capitol 3
Father and Child Reunion
The Invisible Man
Joining the Management
Capitol 3 Photo Montage
Cover by Charles Waples

This magazine is expected to be distributed in the second week of July. Following this the next magazine will be our Summer double issue number 484/5, due early August and then issue 486 in September.

CT 482

Celestial Toyroom issue 482 is now in production. Contents include:

1987: A Season in Hell
The 'Isms': Capitalism and Socialism in Doctor Who
Cool Things - The Sunmakers
Deadly Cuddly: A (Qualified) Defence of Beep the Meep
Doctor Who and the Power of Three
They Deserve Better - Why Saddling Companions with Boyfriends Doesn't Work for Me
The Nightmare Child
Wraparound Cover
Increased Page Count

Members will also receive a further colour postcard in our going series with this issue.

This month's editor is Alan Stevens

CT 481

CT issue 481 is in production. The editor this month is Allan lear.

Contents include:

Female Characters in Classic Who
Women in Who - Verity Lambert
Women in Who - Deborah Watling
Echoes Through Time - Ace
You Mean All This Time We Could Have Been Friends?
Cool Things - An Adventure in Time and Space
The Wrong Foot
A Wider Net
Women in the Whoniverse

CT 480

Celestial Toyroom issue 480 is at the printers.

The guest editor this month is Stephen Hatcher and the theme is 'Things to do Whilst Doctor Who is Off the Air'.

Contents include:

Relish the Moment - Pausing for Time
Come Out and Say Hello - Not a Con
Do the Marathon Thing - Pheidippides Died
Watch Something Else - You Might Also Like…
Come and Be Sociable - Join a Doctor Who Fan Group
Become a Doctor
Rummage through those Annuals - The Doctor Who Annual 1985 revisited
Go Back to an Old Favourite - Monstrous Motives – Vorg and the Officials of Inter Minor – Shades of Ignorance
Catch up with Big Finish
Peter Miles Remembered