Panini’s lavish bookazines continue with a 116-page issue devoted to the Doctor’s journeys through time, and the greatest plots hatched by his time-travelling adversaries. Doctor Who was conceived as a format that would go backwards, forwards and sideways in time. Ever since those early black-and-whites days, the series has stayed true to that concept with innovative stories exploring every aspect of the fourth dimension. The Essential Doctor Who: Time Travel talks to the actors, writers and directors who helped to create these memorable episodes. Elsewhere in this issue there are guides to the greatest time-travel stories – including the classics Blink and City of Death – along with details of unmade scripts, previously unseen images and much more.