Tides of Time, issue 28, was published in October 2002. It was edited by Matthew Peacock. Its cover price was £3.25, and it was the last for which members of the society were charged until Tides 40.
The entire issue is now available as a PDF (21Mb).
- Editorial by Matthew Peacock
- Government Health Warning #35604 (Doctor Who) Very Important. Recommended dietary levels of Jon Pertwee, by George Cormack
- Seek, and ye shall find. Meanings of The Prisoner, by Matthew Peacock
- Reliquary Man, parts one and two. Eighth Doctor and the Monk fiction, by Alexandra Cameron
- That’s What I Want! The latest from the Telefantasy Innovations Catalogue, by Daniel Saunders, Matthew Peacock and others
- Cloak and Dagger. First Doctor and Steven fiction, by William J. Ramsden
- The Depilation of Time. A new audio adventure, allegedly
- I Can’t Make Your Dream Come True Forever and But I Can Make It Come True Tonight. Two views on the TV Movie, by Saraquazel and John Amos
- The Gold Pirates. Sixth Doctor fiction by Alan Whitten
- The Avengers – the Movie – Revisited. Review by James Davies
- Chance Would Be a Fine Thing. Considerations on causality from 3378 by David Morse
- Deja Vu. Sequels in Doctor Who, by Daniel Saunders
- The Picture of Doctor Who. First Doctor, Ben and Polly fiction by Matthew Peacock
- Spooks: A New Hope? Signs of a telefantasy revival discerned by M. Khan
- Reducing Crime, Disorder and Fear. Seventh Doctor fiction by William Ramsden
- This Is Not the End. Envoi by Matthew Peacock
- Pictures of the wedding of Caroline Symcox and Paul Cornell, by Matthew Peacock
Format: A4, single sheets, inkjet printed, stapled left and bound with white tape, front cover protected with plastic sheet, 28pp
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