The Tides of Time issue 47, Trinity 2021, was published by The Oxford Doctor Who Society in June 2021. It was edited by James Ashworth.
The issue consists of 104 A5 colour pages, with art contributions by Warren Lewis.
Print copies are now sold out, but the PDF of the entire issue is now available here as a free download.
Revolution of the Daleks:
- Viva la Revolution? – Thomas Barker looks at what WhoSoc thought of the New Year’s Special
- The Revolution has been televised – Victoria Walker reviews the Thirteenth Doctor’s encounter with the Daleks
- Leave means leave? – Ian Bayley looks at the themes of Revolution of the Daleks
- Regression of the Daleks – A fragment of a review for a fragment of an episode
- Contact has been made – Thomas Barker takes a look back at Doctor Who: Lockdown!
- Silence in the libraries – Katrin Thier’s experience of preparing a Doctor Who manuscript during lockdown
- The Ballad of the Second Chance Saloon – Georgia Harper on why the spirit of lockdown must live on in fan events following the pandemic
- The 2020 Varsity Quiz – Challenge yourself to the sixth battle between the WhoSocs of Oxford and Cambridge
- Thank You for the Music? – Sam Flower is exposed to ‘Doctor in Distress’ on its anniversary
Time Lord Victorious:
- Dispatches from the Dark Times – The first set of John Salway’s reviews of the Time Lord Victorious storyline:
- Time Lord Victorious – The Beginning
- The Hollow Planet
- A Dalek Awakens
- Defender of the Daleks #1
- Doctor Who Annual 2021
- Monstrous Beauty #1
- The Dawn of the Kotturuh
- The Knight, the Fool and the Dead
- Comic Creator Pack One
- Comic Creator Pack Two
- Master Thief
- Lesser Evils
- Defender of the Daleks #2
- Brian the Ood T-shirt
- He Kills Me, He Kills Me Not
- Monstrous Beauty #2
- Comic Creator Pack Three
- Comic Creator Pack Four
- Amazing Grace – James Ashworth on the life and times of Daphne Ashbrook
- Doctor’s Orders – A brief history of Paul and the McGann clan by James Ashworth
- Giving it a little push – Matthew Kilburn reviews Regeneration by D.G Saunders
- ‘A bit too much of a good thing’ – Exploring the contribution of Gangsters to Doctor Who
- All kinds of futures, all kinds of pasts – Looking back at Simon Guerrier’s The Time Travellers over a decade on
- In memoriam – Jo Keefe remembered by her friend Alice Dryden
- Putting the sci in sci-fi – James Ashworth interviews Simon Guerrier
- Alison the beloved – Elizabeth A. Allen looks at what the Shalka team could have done for representation in Who
- Trading it all away? – Sam Flower’s view on Doctor Who: Worlds Apart
- Gallifrey Five-0 – The Big Who Listen team return to review Zagreus
Poetry and Prose
- Haikus for: Spyfall; Orphan 55; Nikola Tesla’s Night Of Terror; Praxeus; Can You Hear Me?; Revolution of the Daleks; The Archive of Islos; Shadow of a Doubt; and The Shadow in the Mirror by William Shaw
- The Brother of Karn – Matthew Kilburn’s sequel continues the tale of Sister Peren
The magazine was intended to be published on 17 April, but suffered printing delays. The original date still appears in the indicia.
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