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DWM #522: Empire of the Daleks

Tweet Share 0 Reddit +1 Pinterest 0 Email PETER CAPALDI, SUSAN CALMAN AND COSPLAY IN THE NEW ISSUE OF DOCTOR WHO MAGAZINE! Issue 522 also sheds new light on the Dalek craze of the 1960s, as agent Beryl Vertue and writer Brad Ashton remember the roles they played. “The Daleks were really the beginning of the BBC handling merchandise,” says Beryl. “None of us really knew what we were doing, so one might say we invented it.” HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS ISSUE… BERYL VERTUE
In the 1960s Beryl Vertue was Terry Nation’s agent – now she’s Steven Moffat’s mother-in-law! Beryl discusses an association with Doctor Who that began before the first episode was even transmitted. BRAD ASHTON
The comedy writer recalls his friendship with Dalek creator Terry Nation and the role he played in The Dalek Outer Space Book. TERRY NATION’S DALEK EMPIRE
How did the Daleks become so popular in 1964? And why did they suddenly disappear three years later? WALKING DALEKS
The BBC’s archive gives up its Dalek secrets – including details of the prototype toys that were never manufactured. PETER CAPALDI
Previously unpublished quotes from the last four years reveal a new side to the man


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