Bag yourself all the latest Who goodies!
Can you tell a Kraal from Kroll? Then why not try to unscramble this knotty little puzzle?
BBC Books has released the long-awaited novelisation of the Fourth Doctor story The Pirate Planet. The Doctor, Romana and K9 trace the second segment of the Key to Time to the planet Calufrax – but when they arrive they find themselves on the wrong planet…
The Pirate Planet is available now in hardback, priced £16.99, and also as an audiobook from BBC Audio, priced £25. We have FIVE copies of the book to give away to readers.★CLICK TO ENTER
WIN! The War Doctor: Volume 4 CD Box Set!
Big Finish’s range of audio stories featuring John Hurt’s ‘War Doctor’ continue, with the fourth collection, Casualties of War. The Doctor and Ollistra are stranded far from their Time Lord forces, with Daleks closing in, destroying all that stands between them. They must call on the help of new and old friends to fight their way back to the front lines.
Meanwhile, a figure from the Doctor’s past has come back to confront him – Leela, warrior of the Sevateem. But she may not like what she finds…
Casualties of War is available now for pre-order from www.bigfinish.com on CD or to download, priced £20. We have FIVE copies of the CD set to give to readers.★CLICK TO ENTER
WIN! Class Series One Blu-ray!
Class is the latest spin-off series from Doctor Who, coming from the pen of Patrick Ness, and featuring Peter Capaldi in a guest role as the Doctor.
The show is set at Coal Hill Academy. A new term is getting underway and the students are preparing for their autumn Prom. But when the school comes under attack from deadly monsters, five students must form an alliance to defeat them.
We have FIVE copies of the Blu-ray to give to readers.★CLICK TO ENTER
WIN! Space Helmet for a Cow book!
In Space Helmet for a Cow Volume 2, Paul Kirkley continues his irreverent history of Doctor Who, ‘from the wilderness years of the 1990s when the 30th Anniversary Special was so bad, it didn’t even go straight to video’ to ‘its triumphant 50th birthday celebrations, when every single person in the world sat down to watch Doctor Who together’. The book claims to answer such ‘burning questions’ as: did Benny and Bjorn from ABBA really plan a Torchwood musical called Weevil Rock You? Which Doctors shared a bed? Did Blue Peter and Sad Tony eventually find love? How did David Tennant become his own father-in-law? And was there really a sequel to Carnival of Monsters at Wembley Arena, or did we dream it?
We’re giving away FIVE copies of the physical version – if you would like to be in with a chance of winning one, simply tell us the answer to the following question:★CLICK TO ENTER
WIN! Connecting Who book!
Connecting Who: Artificial Beings is a new non-fiction publication from Candy Jar Boks. Author Peter Grehan investigates what inspired Doctor Who creations such as the Cybermen, the Weeping Angels and the Daleks, and traces their origins back to myths, folktales, religions and real events of history, as well as the wealth of other sci-fi writing from which the series has drawn.
Thanks to Candy Jar Books we have FIVE copies of this book to give to lucky readers who can correctly answer the following question:★CLICK TO ENTER
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