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A History of Dr Who
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Zero Room
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The Logopolitan
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The Master Tape
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The Logopolitan

Place of Origin:
Brassington, Derbyshire, U.K.

Producer:
Michael Flint

Editor:
John G. Slater

Distribution Media:
Audio Cassette

Tape Lengths:
#1-4: C90

In Production: 1984-85

Issues Produced: 4

Issue One of The Logopolitan, from the Derbyshire-based producer-editor team of Michael Flint and John G. Slater, was released in March of 1984. Three further issues followed, featuring contributions from familiar names from the early days of DWAS fandom such as Richard Woffenden, Alan Disdale and some guy called Alan Hayes (I wonder what happened to him?). The fourth and last issue was advertised in Celestial Toyroom in August 1985 and featured a new look and improved sound recording techniques.