The editing situation on this particular issue is somewhat complex. Gary Russell is credited as "editor" and Paul Neary as "editor-in-chief". John Freeman is given the credit of "au revoir". Freeman also writes an editorial piece in the issue, in which he assigns himself the title of "outgoing senior editor".
Synopsis: The Doctor and the TARDIS are abducted by Andron, a member of the time police from the far-flung future of England. Imprisoned in a stasis box with Victorian time-traveller Theophillus Tolliver, the Doctor learns that they are in New Britain which is governed by someone or something called Mar-Kom who has outlawed time travel. Subjected to trial-by-combat with a robot, the Doctor and Theo discovers that Mar-Kom is in fact a giant robot controlled by a vast computer installed in St Paul's Cathedral. With the population of Earth frozen in time, the Doctor and Theo fight to overpower the mad computer's rule before its robotic forces can stop them.
Synopsis: The Doctor discovers that his old adversaries, the Daleks, have amassed a secret armada of ships over the last three centuries. The Daleks intend to take over the world by turning humans into Daleks. Their first step is to launch a nuclear on Sydney in Australia. The Doctor realises that attacking the Daleks by conventional means would be futile. Instead, he and his naval friend infiltrate the Dalek stronghold in Sydney harbour in the hope of defeating the Daleks from the inside.