Summer Special Download: Conventions and Other Events – Tides of Time (August 2019)

My first visit to Tides of Time this morning, via Twitter (it’s great what a quick search on Aldbourne can produce!). Interesting articles featuring visits to Aldbourne, including the gathering in June 2019.

Here’s what their website says:

Welcome to the online home of The Tides of Time, a Doctor Who fanzine published by the Oxford (University) Doctor Who Society. We publish online and in print. The current editors are James Ashworth, a graduate of Worcester College; and freelance writer, editor and researcher Matthew Kilburn. The Oxford Doctor Who Society emblem is by Francis Stojsavljevic.

https://oxforddoctorwho-tidesoftime.blog/about-the-tides-of-time/ (August 2019)

The Tides of Time – sometimes known without its definite article – has been published by the society since January 1990. This website was founded in July 2010 as an unofficial catalogue for the fanzine, but it has since grown to become the main point of distribution for current issues and an archive of every issue in PDF from the beginning of the run to the present. Every issue is now available online.

https://oxforddoctorwho-tidesoftime.blog/about-the-tides-of-time/ (August 2019)

The Tides of Time

The end of August is approaching – a hot, hard sun (we love you, Neil Cross) or else the cold rain and autumn-apprehending clouds of the legendary English bank holiday weekend. Time for our long-planned summer supplement! The Tides of Time Special Edition Summer 2019: Conventions and Other Events is here, having grown from a few pages which had to be left out of issue 43 into 64 colour pages looking at some of the events our writers have been to recently or in some cases several years ago.

It can be downloaded free of charge in one of two formats:

High-resolution PDF (12Mb)

Low-resolution PDF (2.6Mb)

Features include

Big Finish Twentieth Anniversary

  • A Celebration of Doctor Who Audios. Matthew Kemp at Big Finish Day, 22 June 2019
  • Legacy of the Time War. Dahria Kuyser comments on themes explored in the Big Finish anniversary weekend livestream, July 2019

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