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Posted by dollyperm (U14055598) on Monday, 29th October 2001
I liked radio times since 1977 , ace read especially the xmas one , just find it a good read especially with dr who , the covers make you well no I mean persuade me to buy them, and there is going to be a interview with a star I like , its only a pound I think and like the dr who magazine , has ace pictures , I never have to use wallpaper again , geek diy on t he cheap axalso I got a hobby , a scrap book just on dr who and it aint just for kids , its for adults too
Posted by jimbocam (U1453519) on Tuesday, 30th October 2001
Granted the Dr Who features in the RT maybe only 4 or 5 pages sometimes but the fact remains that there are Dr Who features (and covers) almost every single week - even when the series is not being shown.
Really? I find that very hard to believe, but as the RT is too expensive for me most weeks, I cannot categorically refute your claim.
I can refute it. I've bought the Radio Times every week for years and I can't remember a Doctor Who article ever appearing when the show wasn't on.
Posted by Nick Knight (U1390196) on Thursday, 1st November 2001
I thought it was untrue, but thanks for clarifying.
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