Doctor Who Writers

I commented last week Saturday on Facebook and Twitter about Doctor Who, and Capaldi’s incredible speech and performance in “The Zygon Inversion”. One of my friends asked a very simple but important question: Who wrote it? And I realised that, although I’ve made made lists for Doctor Who, lists of all the stories, lists of the episodes on DVD and the ones missing from the BBC archives, even lists of various series of original books – with authors, I had never listed the authors of the actual episodes – so here it goes. It actually took a bit to pull together this list. For Classic Who, author names and air-dates were pulled from Doctor Who the Programme Guide by Jean-Marc Lofficier (Second Edition), for McCoy’s final season – authors and airdates were cross-checked with Doctor Who the Programme Guide by Jean-Marc Lofficier and Randy Lofficier (Fourth Edition). Pseudonyms and possible errors (such as the one episode that only listed a month and year rather than an full air date) were cross-checked with the Classic Doctor Who DVD Compendium by Paul Smith. For New Who, I consulted TARDIS wiki. Please see footnotes at bottom of spreadsheet for details.

Story # Ep. # Episode Title Episode Author Date Num. Eps. Num. Discs
William Hartnell
1 1 An Unearthly Child Anthony Coburn 11/23/1963 – 12/14/1963 4 1
2 2 The Daleks Terry Nation 12/21/1963 – 2/1/1964 7 1
3 3 The Edge of Destruction David Whitaker 2/8/1964 – 2/15/1964 2 1
4 4 Macro Polo* John Lucarotti 2/22/1964 – 3/4/1964 7 *
5 5 The Keys of Marinus Terry Nation 4/11/1964 – 5/16/1964 6 1
6 6 The Aztecs John Lucarotti 5/23/1964 – 6/13/1964 4 1
7 7 The Sensorites Peter R. Newman 6/20/1964 – 8/1/1964 6 1
8 8 The Reign of Terror Dennis Spooner 8/8/1964 – 9/12/1964 6 1
9 9 Planet of the Giants Louis Marks 10/31/1964 – 11/14/1964 3 1
10 10 The Dalek Invasion of Earth Terry Nation 11/21/1964 – 12/26/1964 6 2
11 11 The Rescue David Whitaker 1/2/1965 – 1/9/1965 2 1
12 12 The Romans Dennis Spooner 1/19/1965 – 2/6/1965 4 1
13 13 The Web Planet Bill Strutton 2/13/1965 – 3/20/1965 6 1
14 14 The Crusade* David Whitaker 3/27/1965 – 4/17/1965 4 *
15 15 The Space Museum Glyn Jones 4/24/1965 – 5/15/1965 4 1
16 16 The Chase Terry Nation 5/22/1965 – 6/26/1965 6 2
17 17 The Time Meddler Dennis Spooner 7/3/1965 – 7/24/1965 4 1
18 18 Galaxy Four* William Emms 9/11/1965 – 10/2/1965 4 *
19 19 Mission to the Unknown* Terry Nation 10/9/1965 1 *
20 20 The Myth Makers* David Cotton 10/19/1965 – 11/6/1965 4 *
21 21 The Daleks Masterplan* Terry Nation, Dennis Spooner 11/13/1965 – 1/29/1966 12 *
22 22 The Massacre* John Lucarotti 2/5/1966 – 2/26/1966 4 *
23 23 The Ark Paul Erickson, Lesley Scott 3/5/1966 – 3/26/1966 4 1
24 24 The Celestial Toymaker* Brian Hayles 4/2/1966 – 4/23/1966 4 *
25 25 The Gunfighters David Cotton 4/30/1966 – 5/21/1966 4 1
26 26 The Savages* Ian Stuart Black 5/28/1966 – 6/18/1966 4 *
27 27 The War Machines Ian Stuart Black 6/25/1966 – 7/16/1966 6 1
28 28 The Smugglers* Brian Hayles 9/10/1966 – 10/1/1966 4 *
29 29 The Tenth Planet Kit Pedler, Gerry Davis, Pat Dunlap 10/8/1966 – 10/29/1966 4 2
Patrick Troughton
30 1 Power of the Daleks* David Whitaker 11/5/1966 – 12/10/1966 6 *
31 2 The Highlanders* Gerry Davis, Elwyn Jones 12/17/1966 – 1/7/1967 4 *
32 3 The Underwater Menace* Geoffrey Orme 1/14/1967 – 2/4/1967 4 *
33 4 The Moonbase Kit Pedler 2/11/1967 – 3/4/1967 4 1
34 5 The Marca Terror* Ian Stuart Black 3/11/1967 – 4/1/1967 4 *
35 6 The Faceless Ones* David Ellis, Malcolm Hulke 4/8/1967 – 5/13/1967 6 *
36 7 The Evil of the Daleks* David Whitaker 5/20/1967 – 7/1/1967 7 *
37 8 Tomb of the Cybermen Kit Pedler, Gerry Davis 9/2/1967 – 9/23/1967 4 1
38 9 The Abominable Snowmen* Mervyn Haisman, Henry Lincoln 9/30/1967 – 11/4/1967 6 *
39 10 The Ice Warriors Brian Hayles 11/11/1967 – 12/16/1967 6 2
40 11 The Enemy of the World David Whitaker 12/23/1967 – 1/27/1968 6 1
41 12 The Web of Fear Mervyn Haisman, Henry Lincoln 2/3/1968 – 3/9/1968 6 1
42 13 Fury from the Deep* Victor Pemberton 3/16/1968 – 4/20/1968 6 *
43 14 The Wheel in Space* David Whitaker 4/27/1968 – 6/1/1968 6 *
44 15 The Dominators Norman Ashby 8/10/1968 – 9/7/1968 5 1
45 16 The Mind Robber Peter Ling, Derrick Sherwin 9/14/1968 – 10/12/1968 5 1
46 17 The Invasion Derrick Sherwin 11/2/1968 – 12/21/1968 8 2
47 18 The Krotons Robert Holmes 12/28/1968 – 1/18/1969 4 1
48 19 The Seeds of Death Brian Hayles 1/25/1969 – 3/1/1969 6 2
49 20 The Space Pirates* Robert Holmes 3/8/1969 – 4/12/1969 6 *
50 21 The War Games Malcolm Hulke, Terrance Dicks 4/19/1969 – 6/21/1969 10 3
Jon Pertwee
51 1 Spearhead from Space Robert Holmes 1/3/1970 – 1/24/1970 4 1
52 2 The Silurians Malcolm Hulke 1/31/1970 – 3/14/1970 7 2
53 3 The Ambassadors of Death David Whitaker 3/21/1970 – 5/2/1970 7 2
54 4 Inferno Don Houghton 5/9/1970 – 6/20/1970 7 2
55 5 Terror of the Autons Robert Holmes 1/2/1971 – 1/23/1971 4 1
56 6 The Mind of Evil Don Houghton 1/30/1971 – 3/6/1971 6 2
57 7 The Claws of Axos Bob Baker, Dave Martin 3/13/1971 – 4/3/1971 4 1
58 8 Colony in Space Malcolm Hulke 4/10/1971 – 5/15/1971 6 1
59 9 The Daemons Guy Leopold 5/22/1971 – 6/19/1971 5 2
60 10 Day of the Daleks Louis Marks 1/1/1972 – 1/22/1972 4 2
61 11 The Curse of Peladon Brian Hayles 1/29/1972 – 2/19/1972 4 1
62 12 The Sea Devils Malcolm Hulke 2/26/1972 – 4/1/1972 6 1
63 13 The Mutants Bob Baker, Dave Martin 4/8/1972 – 5/13/1972 6 2
64 14 The Time Monster Robert Sloman 5/20/1972 – 6/24/1972 6 1
65 15 The Three Doctors Bob Baker, Dave Martin 12/30/1972 – 4/20/1973 4 1
66 16 Carnival of Monsters Robert Holmes 1/27/1973 – 2/17/1973 4 1
67 17 Frontier in Space Malcolm Hulke 2/24/1973 – 3/31/1973 6 2
68 18 Planet of the Daleks Terry Nation 4/7/1973 – 5/12/1973 6 2
69 19 The Green Death Robert Sloman 5/19/1973 – 6/23/1973 6 1
70 20 The Time Warrior Robert Holmes 12/15/1973 – 1/5/1974 4 1
71 21 Invasion of the Dinosaurs Malcolm Hulke 1/12/1974 – 2/16/1974 6 2
72 22 Death to the Daleks Terry Nation 2/23/1974 – 3/16/1974 4 1
73 23 The Monster of Peladon Brian Hayles 3/23/1974 – 4/27/1974 6 2
74 24 Planet of the Spiders Robert Sloman 5/4/1974 – 6/8/1974 6 2
Tom Baker
75 1 Robot Terrance Dicks 12/28/1974 – 1/18/1975 4 1
76 2 The Ark in Space Robert Holmes 1/25/1975 – 2/15/1975 4 1
77 3 The Sontaran Experiment Bob Baker, Dave Martin 2/22/1975 – 3/1/1975 2 1
78 4 Genesis of the Daleks Terry Nation 3/8/1975 – 4/12/1975 6 2
79 5 Revenge of the Cybermen Gerry Davis 4/19/1975 – 5/10/1975 4 1
80 6 Terror of the Zygons Robert Banks Stewart 8/30/1975 – 9/20/1975 4 2
81 7 Planet of Evil Louis Marks 9/27/1975 – 10/18/1975 4 1
82 8 Pyramids of Mars Stephen Harris 10/25/1975 – 11/15/1975 4 1
83 9 The Android Invasion Terry Nation 11/22/1975 – 12/13/1975 4 1
84 10 The Brain of Morbuis Robin Bland 1/3/1976 – 1/24/1976 4 1
85 11 The Seeds of Doom Robert Banks Stewart 1/31/1976 – 3/6/1976 6 2
86 12 The Masque of Mandragora Louis Marks 9/4/1976 – 9/25/1976 4 1
87 13 The Hand of Fear Bob Baker, Dave Martin 10/2/1976 – 10/23/1976 4 1
88 14 The Deadly Assasin Robert Holmes 10/30/1976 – 11/20/1976 4 1
89 15 The Face of Evil Chris Boucher 1/1/1977 – 1/22/1977 4 1
90 16 The Robots of Death Chris Boucher 1/29/1977 – 2/19/1977 4 1
91 17 The Talons of Weng-Chiang Robert Holmes 2/26/1977 – 4/2/1977 6 2
92 18 The Horror of Fang Rock Terrance Dicks 9/3/1977 – 9/24/1977 4 1
93 19 The Invisible Enemy Bob Baker, Dave Martin 10/1/1977 – 10/22/1977 4 1
94 20 Image of the Fendahl Chris Boucher 10/29/1977 – 11/19/1977 4 1
95 21 The Sunmakers Robert Holmes 11/26/1977 – 12/17/1977 4 1
96 22 Underworld Bob Baker, Dave Martin 1/7/1978 – 1/28/1978 4 1
97 23 The Invasion of Time David Agnew (Graham Williams, Anthony Read)** 2/4/1978 – 3/11/1978 6 2
98 24 The Robos Operation Robert Holmes 9/2/1978 – 9/23/1978 4 1
99 25 The Pirate Planet Douglas Adams 9/30/1978 – 10/21/1978 4 1
100 26 The Stones of Blood David Fisher 10/28/1978 – 11/18/1978 4 1
101 27 The Androids of Tara David Fisher 11/25/1978 – 12/16/1978 4 1
102 28 The Power of Kroll Robert Holmes 12/23/1978 – 1/13/1979 4 1
103 29 The Armageddon Factor Bob Baker, Dave Martin 1/20/1979 – 2/24/1979 6 1
104 30 Destiny of the Daleks Terry Nation 9/1/1979 – 9/22/1979 4 1
105 31 City of Death David Agnew (Douglas Adams) 9/29/1979 – 10/20/1979 4 2
106 32 The Creature from the Pit David Fisher 10/27/1979 – 11/17/1979 4 1
107 33 Nightmare of Eden Bob Baker 11/24/1979 – 12/15/1979 4 1
108 34 The Horns of Nimon Anthony Read 12/12/1979 – 1/12/1980 4 1
109 35 Shada Douglas Adams not broadcast 6 3
110 36 The Leisure Hive David Fisher 8/30/1980 – 9/20/1980 4 1
111 37 Meglos John Flanagan 9/27/1980 – 10/18/1980 4 1
112 38 Full Circle Andrew Smith 10/25/1980 – 11/15/1980 4 1
113 39 State of Decay Terrance Dicks 11/22/1980 – 12/13/1980 4 1
114 40 Warrior’s Gate Steve Gallagher 1/3/1981 – 1/24/1981 4 1
115 41 The Keeper of Traken Johnny Byrne 1/31/1981 – 2/21/1981 4 1
116 42 Logopolis Christopher H. Bidmead 2/28/1981 – 3/21/1981 4 1
Special Special K-9 and Co. – A Girl’s Best Friend Terence Dudley 12/28/1981 1 1
Peter Davison
117 1 Castrovalva Christopher H. Bidmead 1/4/1982 – 1/12/1982 4 1
118 2 Four to Doomsday Terence Dudley 1/18/1982 – 1/26/1982 4 1
119 3 Kinda Christopher Bailey 2/1/1982 – 2/9/1982 4 1
120 4 The Visitation Eric Saward 2/15/1982 – 2/23/2015 4 1
121 5 Black Orchid Terence Dudley 3/1/1982 – 3/2/1982 2 1
122 6 Earthshock Eric Saward 3/8/1982 – 3/16/1982 4 1
123 7 Time Flight Peter Grimwade 3/22/1982 – 3/30/1982 4 1
124 8 Arc of Infinity Johnny Byrne 1/3/1983 – 1/11/1983 4 1
125 9 Snakedance Christopher Bailey 1/17/1983 – 1/25/1983 4 1
126 10 Mawdryn Undead Peter Grimwade 2/1/1983 – 2/9/1983 4 1
127 11 Terminus Steve Gallagher 2/15/1983 – 2/23/1983 4 1
128 12 Enlightenment Barbara Clegg 3/1/1983 – 3/9/1983 4 2
129 13 The King’s Demons Terence Dudley 3/15/1983 – 3/16/1983 2 1
130 14 The Five Doctors Terrance Dicks 11/25/1983 1 1
131 15 Warriors of the Deep Johnny Byrne 1/5/1984 – 1/13/1984 4 1
132 16 The Awakening Eric Pringle 1/19/1984 – 1/20/1984 2 1
133 17 Frontios Christopher H. Bidmead 1/26/1984 – 2/3/1984 4 1
134 18 Resurrection of the Daleks Eric Saward 2/8/1984 – 2/15/1984 4 1
135 19 Planet of Fire Peter Grimwade 2/23/1984 – 3/2/1984 4 2
136 20 The Caves of Androzani Robert Holmes 3/8/1984 – 3/16/1984 4 1
Colin Baker
137 1 The Twin Dilemma Anthony Steven 3/22/1984 – 3/30/1984 4 1
138 2 Attack of the Cybermen Paula Moore 1/5/1985 – 1/12/1985 2 1
139 3 Vengeance on Varos Philip Martin 1/19/1985 – 1/26/1985 2 1
140 4 The Mark of the Rani Pip & Jane Baker 2/2/1985 – 2/9/1985 2 1
141 5 The Two Doctors Robert Holmes 2/16/1985 – 3/2/1985 3 2
142 6 Timelash Glen McCoy 3/9/1985 – 3/16/1985 2 1
143 7 Revelation / Daleks Eric Saward 3/23/1985 – 3/30/1985 2 1
144 8 The Mysterious Planet Robert Holmes 9/6/1986 – 9/27/1986 4 1
145 9 Mindwarp Philip Martin 10/4/1986 – 10/25/1986 4 1
146 10 Terror of the Vervoids Pip & Jane Baker 11/1/1986 – 11/22/1986 4 1
147 11 The Ultimate Foe Robert Holmes, Pip & Jane Baker 11/29/1986 – 12/6/1986 2 1
Sylvester McCoy
148 1 Time and the Rani Pip & Jane Baker 9/7/1987 – 9/28/1987 4 1
149 2 Paradise Towers Stephen Wyatt 10/5/1987 – 10/26/1987 4 1
150 3 Delta and the Bannermen Malcolm Kohll 11/2/1987 – 11/16/1987 3 1
151 4 Dragonfire Ian Briggs 11/23/1987 – 12/7/1987 3 1
152 5 Remembrance of the Daleks Ben Aaronovitch 10/5/1988 – 10/26/1988 4 1
153 6 The Happiness Patrol Graeme Curry 11/2/1988 – 11/16/1988 3 1
154 7 Silver Nemesis Kevin Clarke 11/23/1988 – 12/7/1988 3 1
155 8 The Greatest Show in the Galaxy Stephen Wyatt 12/14/1988 – 1/4/1989 4 1
156 9 Battlefield Ben Aaronovitch 9/6/1989 – 9/27/1989 4 2
157 10 Ghost Light Marc Platt 10/4/1989 – 10/18/1989 3 1
158 11 The Curse of Fenric Ian Briggs 10/25/1989 – 11/15/1989 4 2
159 12 Survival Rona Munro 11/22/1989 – 12/6/1989 3 2
160 Paul McGann
The (FOX) TV-Movie Matthew Jacobs 5/14/1996 (US), 5/27/1996 (UK) 1
Special Special The Scream of the Shalka Paul Cornell 11/13/2003 – 12/18/2003 6 2
Special Special The Night of the Doctor Steven Moffat 11/14/2013 1 1
Story # Ep. # Episode Title Episode Author Date Num. Eps. Num. Discs
Christopher Eccleston
Series 1
1 Rose Russell T. Davies 3/26/2005 (BBC 1)
2 The End of the World Russell T. Davies 4/2/2005
3 The Unquiet Dead Mark Gatiss 4/9/2005
4 Aliens of London Russell T. Davies 4/16/2005
5 World War Three Russell T. Davies 4/23/2005
6 Dalek Robert Shearman 4/30/2005
7 The Long Game Russell T. Davies 5/7/2005
8 Father’s Day Paul Cornell 5/14/2005
9 The Empty Child Steven Moffat 5/21/2005
10 The Doctor Dances Steven Moffat 5/28/2005
11 Boom Town Russell T. Davies 6/4/2005
12 Bad Wolf Russell T. Davies 6/11/2005
13 The Parting of the Ways Russell T. Davies 6/18/2005
David Tennant
Series 2
Special The Christmas Invasion Russell T. Davies 12/25/2005
1. New Earth Russell T. Davies 4/15/2006
2. Tooth and Claw Russell T. Davies 4/22/2006
3. School Reunion Toby Whithouse 4/29/2006
4. The Girl in the Fireplace Steven Moffat 5/6/2006
5. Rise of the Cybermen Tom MacRae 5/13/2006
6. The Age of Steel Tom MacRae 5/20/2006
7. The Idiot’s Lantern Mark Gatiss 5/27/2006
8. The Impossible Planet Matt Jones 6/3/2006
9. The Satan Pit Matt Jones 6/10/2006
10. Love and Monsters Russell T. Davies 6/17/2006
11. Fear Her Matthew Graham 6/24/2006
12. Army of Ghosts Russell T. Davies 7/1/2006
13. Doomsday Russell T. Davies 7/8/2006
Series 3
Special The Runaway Bride Russell T. Davies 12/25/2006
1. Smith and Jones Russell T. Davies 3/31/2007
2. The Shakespeare Code Gareth Roberts 4/7/2007
3. Gridlock Russell T. Davies 4/14/2007
4. Daleks in Manhatten Helen Raynor 4/21/2007
5. Evolution of the Daleks Helen Raynor 4/28/2007
6. The Lazarus Experiment Stephen Greenhorn 5/5/2007
7. 42 Chris Chibnall 5/19/2007
8. Human Nature Paul Cornell 5/26/2007
9. The Family of Blood Paul Cornell 6/2/2007
10. Blink Steven Moffat 6/9/2007
11. Utopia Russell T. Davies 6/16/2007
12. The Sound of Drums Russell T. Davies 6/23/2007
13. Last of the Time Lords Russell T. Davies 6/30/2007
Special The Infinite Quest Alan Barnes 4/2/2007 – 6/29/2007
Series 4
Special Voyage of the Damned Russell T. Davies 12/25/2007
1. Partners in Crime Russell T. Davies 4/5/2008
2. Fires of Pompeii James Moran 4/12/2008
3. The Planet of the Ood Keith Temple 4/12/2008
4. The Sontaran Stratagem Helen Raynor 4/26/2008
5. The Poison Sky Helen Raynor 5/3/2008
6. The Doctor’s Daughter Stephen Greenhorn 5/10/2008
7. The Unicorn and the Wasp Gareth Roberts 5/17/2008
8. Silence in the Library Steven Moffat 5/31/2008
9. Forest of the Dead Steven Moffat 6/7/2008
10. Midnight Russell T. Davies 6/14/2008
11 Turn Left Russell T. Davies 6/21/2008
12 This Stolen Earth Russell T. Davies 6/28/2008
13. Journey’s End Russell T. Davies 7/5/2008
The Specials (Series 4.5)
Special The Next Doctor Russell T. Davies 12/25/2008
Special Planet of the Dead Russell T. Davies & Gareth Roberts 4/11/2009
Special The Waters of Mars Russell T. Davies & Phil Ford 11/15/2009
Special The End of Time, Part 1 Russell T. Davies 12/25/2009
Special The End of Time, Part 2 Russell T. Davies 1/1/2009
Special Dreamland Phil Ford 11/21/2009 – 11/21/2009
Matt Smith
Series 5
1. The Eleventh Hour Steven Moffat 4/3/2010
2. The Beast Below Steven Moffat 4/10/2010
3. Victory of the Daleks Mark Gatiss 4/17/2010
4. The Time of Angels Steven Moffat 4/24/2010
5. Flesh and Stone Steven Moffat 5/1/2010
6. The Vampires of Venice Toby Whithouse 5/8/2010
7. Amy’s Choice Simon Nye 5/15/2010
8. The Hungry Earth Chris Chibnall 5/22/2010
9. Cold Blood Chris Chibnall 5/29/2010
10. Vincent and the Doctor Richard Curtis 6/5/2010
11. The Lodger Gareth Roberts 6/12/2010
12. The Pandorica Opens Steven Moffat 6/19/2010
13. The Big Bang Steven Moffat 6/26/2010
Special A Christmas Carol Steven Moffat 12/25/2010
Series 6
1. The Impossible Astronaut Steven Moffat 4/23/2011
2. Day of the Moon Steven Moffat 4/30/2011
3. Curse of the Black Spot Steve Thompson 5/7/2011
4. The Doctor’s Wife Neil Gaiman 5/14/2011
5. The Rebel Flesh Matthew Graham 5/21/2011
6. The Almost People Matthew Graham 5/28/2011
7. A Good Man Goes to War Steven Moffat 6/4/2011
8. Let’s Kill Hitler Steven Moffat 8/27/2011
9. Night Terrors Mark Gatiss 9/3/2011
10. The Girl Who Waited Tom MacRae 9/10/2011
11. The God Complex Toby Whithouse 9/17/2011
12. Closing Time Gareth Roberts 9/24/2011
13. The Wedding of River Song Steven Moffat 10/1/2011
Special The Doctor, The Widow and the Wardrobe Steven Moffat 12/25/2011
Series 7
1. Asylum of the Daleks Steven Moffat 9/1/2012
2. Dinosaurs on a Spaceship Chris Chibnall 9/8/2012
3. A Town Called Mercy Toby Whithouse 9/15/2012
4. The Power of Three Chris Chibnall 9/22/2012
5. The Angels Take Manhatten Steven Moffat 9/29/2012
Special The Snowmen Steven Moffat 12/25/2012
6. The Bells of St. John Steven Moffat 3/30/2013
7. The Rings of Akhaten Neil Cross 4/6/2013
8. Cold War Mark Gatiss 4/13/2013
9. Hide Neil Cross 4/20/2013
10. Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS Steve Thompson 4/27/2013
11. The Crimson Horror Mark Gatiss 5/4/2013
12. Nightmare in Silver Neil Gaiman 5/11/2013
13. The Name of the Doctor Steven Moffat 5/18/2013
Special The Day of the Doctor Steven Moffat 11/23/2013
Special The Time of the Doctor Steven Moffat 12/25/2013
Peter Capaldi
Series 8
1. Deep Breath Steven Moffat 8/23/2014
2. Into the Dalek Phil Ford & Steven Moffat 8/30/2014
3. Robot of Sherwood Mark Gatiss 9/6/2014
4. Listen Steven Moffat 9/13/2014
5. Time Heist Stephen Thompson & Steven Moffat 9/20/2014
6. The Caretaker Gareth Roberts & Steven Moffat 9/27/2014
7. Kill the Moon Peter Harness 10/4/2014
8. Mummy on the Orient Express Jamie Mathieson 10/11/2014
9. Flatline Jamie Mathieson 10/18/2014
10. In the Forest of the Night Frank Cottrell Boyce 10/25/2014
11. Dark Water Steven Moffat 11/1/2014
12. Death in Heaven Steven Moffat 11/8/2014
Special Last Christmas Steven Moffat 12/25/2014
Series 9
1. The Magician’s Apprentice Steven Moffat 9/19/2015
2. The Witch’s Familiar Steven Moffat 9/26/2015
3. Under the Lake Toby Whithouse 10/3/2015
4. Before the Flood Toby Whithouse 10/10/2015
5. The Girl Who Died Jamie Mathieson, Steven Moffat 10/17/2015
6. The Women Who Lived Catherine Tregenna 10/24/2015
7. The Zygon Invasion Peter Harness 10/31/2015
8. The Zygon Inversion Peter Harness, Steven Moffat 11/7/2015
9. Sleep No More Mark Gatiss 11/15/2015

Note: Stories marked * are missing.
Note: Classic DW Titles, Authors, Dates, and Number of Episodes info from Doctor Who The Programme Guide by Jean-Marc Lofficier.
Note: David Agnew is a BBC Pseudonym. Per Paul Smith, and Script Editor Classic Doctor Who DVD Compendium “The Invasion of Time” was written by producer Graham Williams & script editor Anthony Read. The pseudonym was used for on-air titles due to BBC policy. (see p. 166)
Likewise, it is well-known Douglas Adams wrote “City of Death” and a pseudonym was slapped on the story by the BBC. (See Smith pp. 75-76).
Doctor Who: The Programme Guide, by Jean-Marc and Randy Lofficier (4th Ed.) used to check airdates for McCoy’s final season.
Airdates for the TV-Movie from Paul Smith, The Classic Doctor Who DVD Compendium, p. 204.
Authors for Season 8 from “Doctor Who Season 8: All Episode Titles, Writers & Directors Revealed” by Sandy Schaefer 8/18/2014 Screenrant.
Most New Series info (writers, dates) from the Doctor Who Wiki tardis.wikia.com/wiki
Series 9 authors & airdates obtained by checking episodes, crosschecked with TARDIS wiki.

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The Best Speeches from Doctor Who

Last Saturday’s episode of Doctor Who, “The Zygon Inversion”, featured an impassioned speech by the Doctor, played to perfection by Peter Capaldi. It was brilliant and had a Shakespearean quality to it. Afterwards Twitter just exploded with comments about the episode, the speech, and Capaldi – and comments about other great speeches from Doctor Who. This post is a collection of some of the best speeches from Doctor Who, roughly one per Doctor. I have no desire to do a “top ten” style list, so they are presented in reverse chronological order, newest to oldest, with youTube clips where I can find them.

12 – Peter Capaldi – Zygon Inversion,
written by Peter Harness & Steven Moffat, BBC 2015

“You just want cruelty to beget cruelty. You’re not superior to people who were cruel to you.  You’re just a whole bunch of new cruel people. A whole bunch of new cruel people being cruel to some other people who will end-up being cruel to you. The only way anyone can live in peace is if they are prepared to forgive. Why don’t you break the cycle?” – The Doctor
“Why should we?” – Bonnie
“What is it that you actually want?” – The Doctor
“War.” – Bonnie
“Ah. And when this war is over? When you have a homeland free from humans. What do you think it’s going to be like? Do you know? Have you thought about it? Have you given it any consideration? Because you’re very close to getting what you want. What’s it going to be like? Paint me a picture. Are you going to live in houses? Do you want people to go to work? Will there be holidays? Oh. Will there be music? Do you think people will be allowed to play violins? Who’s going to make the violins? Well? Oh, you don’t actually know do you? Because like every single tantruming child in history, Bonnie, you don’t actually know what you want. So let me ask you a question about this Brave New World of yours. When you’ve killed all the bad guys, and when it’s all perfect, and just, and fair, when you have finally got it exactly the way you want it. What are you going to do with the people like you? The troublemakers. How are you going to protect your Glorious Revolution from the next one?” – The Doctor
“We’ll win.” – Bonnie
“Oh, will you? Well, maybe. Maybe you will win. but nobody wins for long. The wheel just keeps turning. So, come on, break the cycle.” – The Doctor (Peter Capaldi), “The Zygon Inversion”, BBC 2015

“You set this up, why?” – Kate
“Because it’s not a game, Kate. This is a scale model of  war! Every war ever fought right there in front of you! Because its always the same, when you fire that first shot. No matter how right you feel, you have no idea who’s going to die! You don’t know who’s children are going to scream and burn! How many hearts will be broken! How many lives shattered! How much blood will spill until everybody does what they were always going to have to do from the very beginning – sit down and talk!” – the Doctor

“You’re all the same, you screaming kids, you know that? ‘Look at me, I’m unforgivable’, well, here’s the unforeseeable – I forgive you! After all you’ve done – I forgive you!” – The Doctor
“You don’t understand! You will never understand!” – Bonnie
“I don’t understand? Are you kidding? Me? Of course, I understand. I mean, you call this a war? This funny little thing? This is not a war! I fought in a bigger war than you will ever know. I did worse things than you could ever imagine! And when I close my eyes… I hear more screams than anyone would ever be able to count. And do you know what you do with all that pain? Shall I tell you where to put it? You hold it tight… until it burns your hand. And you say this! No one else will ever have to live like this. No one else will ever have to feel this pain. Not on my watch.” – The Doctor (Peter Capaldi), “The Zygon Inversion”, BBC 2015

11 – Matt Smith – Pandorica “The Pandorica Opens”,
written by Steven Moffat, BBC 2010

“Hello, Stonehedge! Who takes the Pandorica takes the universe. But bad news, everyone…Cos guess who? Ha! listen, you lot, you’re all whizzing about, it’s really very distracting. Could you all stay still a minute? Because I…am…talking! Now, the question of the hour is, Who’s got the Pandorica? Answer – I do. Next question, Who’s coming to take it from me? Come on! Look at me, no plan, no backup, no weapons worth a damn. Oh, and something else, I don’t have… anything to lose! So, if you’re sitting up there in your silly little spaceship, with all your silly little guns, and you’ve got any plans on taking the Pandorica tonight, just remember who’s standing in your way. Remember every black day I ever stopped you. And then, and then, do the smart thing. Let somebody else try first.” – the Doctor (Matt Smith)

10 – David Tennant, “Voyage of the Damned”,
written by Russell T. Davies, BBC 2007

“Wait a minute, who put you in charge?  And who the hell are you anyway?” – Pickton Slade
“I’m the Doctor.  I’m a Time Lord.  I’m from the planet Gallifrey, in the constellation of Kasterborous.  I’m 903 years old, and I’m the man who’s going to save your lives and all six billion people on the planet below.  You have a problem with that?” – The Doctor (David Tennant)
“No.” – Pickton Slade

9 – Christopher Eccleston, “Rose”,
written by Russell T. Davies, BBC 2005

“Really though Doctor,  tell me, Who are you?” – Rose
“You know like we were saying, about the Earth revolving?  It’s like when you’re a kid, the first time they tell you that the world’s turning, and you just can’t believe it, ’cause everything looks like it’s standing still.  I can feel it (takes Rose’s hand) the turn of the Earth.  The ground beneath our feet is spinnin’ at 1000 miles an hour, and the entire planet is hurling around the Sun at 67,000 miles an hour, and I can feel it.  We’re falling through space you and me – clinging to the skin of this tiny little world and if we let go… (pause) That’s who I am.  Now forget me, Rose Tyler.  Go home.” – The Doctor (Christopher Eccleston)

Comment vid – it was the best I could find.

7 – Sylvester McCoy, “Survival”,
written by Rona Munro, BBC 1989

“There are worlds out there where the sky is burning, where the sea’s asleep and the rivers dream.  People made of smoke and cities made of song.  Somewhere there’s danger, somewhere there’s injustice, somewhere else the tea is getting cold.  Come on, Ace, we’ve got work to do.” –the Doctor (Sylvester McCoy)

6 – Colin Baker, “The Ultimate Foe”
Written by Robert Holmes and Pip & Jane Baker, BBC 1986

“In all my travelings throughout the universe I have battled against evil, against power-mad conspirators.  I should have stayed here.  The oldest civilisation… Dedecant, degenerate, and rotten to the core… Power-mad conspirators, Daleks, Sontarans, Cybermen– they’re still in the nursery compared to us.  Ten million years of absolute power– that’s what it takes to be really corrupt!” –the Doctor (Colin Baker), “Trial of a Time Lord – The Ultimate Foe”

5 Peter Davison, “Earthshock”,
written by Eric Saward, BBC 1983

“They [emotions] also enhance life–when did you last have the pleasure of smelling a flower, watching a sunset, eating a well-prepared meal?” –The Doctor (Davison)
“These things are irrelevant.” The Cyber-leader
“For some people, small, beautiful events is what life is all about.” The Doctor in response, (Peter Davison)

4 Tom Baker, “Genesis of the Daleks”,
written by Terry Nation, BBC 1975

“Well, What are you waiting for?”  –Sarah Jane
“Just touch these two strands together and the Daleks are finished.  Have I the right?” The Doctor
“To destroy the Daleks, you can’t doubt it?” –Sarah
“But I do. You see, some things could be better with the Daleks.  Many Future Worlds will become allies just because of their fear of the Daleks.”  –The Doctor
“It isn’t like that!” –Sarah (Elisabeth Sladen)
“But the final responsibility is mine, and mine alone. Listen, if someone who knew the future, pointed out a child to you and told you that child would grow up totally evil, to be a ruthless dicator, who would destroy millions of lives. Could you then kill that child?” –The Doctor
“We’re talking about the Daleks, the most evil creatures ever invented, you must destroy them! You must complete your mission for the Time Lords!” – Sarah Jane
“Do I have the right? Simply touch one wire against the other and that’s it, the Daleks cease to exist. Hundreds of millions of people, thousands of generations can live without fear, in peace, and never even know the word ‘Dalek’.” – The Doctor
“Then why wait? If it was a disease, or some sort of bacteria you were destroying you wouldn’t hesitate.”
“But if I kill, wipe out a whole intelligent life form, then I become like them, I’d be no better than the Daleks.” The Doctor (Tom Baker)

4  Tom Baker, “The Ark in Space”,
Written by Robert Holmes, BBC 1975

“Homo Sapiens! What an inventive, invincible species.  It’s only a few millions years since they’ve crawled out of  the mud and learned to walk.  Puny, defenseless, bipeds.  They’ve survived flood, famine and plague, they’ve survived cosmic wars and holocausts, and now here they are, out among the stars, waiting to begin a new life, ready to outsit eternity.  They’re indomitable!  Indomitable!” –The Doctor (Tom Baker)

3  Jon Pertwee, Planet of the Daleks,
Written by Terry Nation, BBC 1973

“You know, what you did back there, leading the searchers away from us was very couragous.” – The Doctor
“I just didn’t give myself time to think.  If I had I certainly wouldn’t have taken the risk.” – Thal Scientist Codal
“I think your doing yourself rather an injustice there. If you hadn’t acted the way you did – we’ve all been captured. They give medals for that sort of bravery.” – The Doctor
“Bravery? I’ve been terrified ever since I landed on this planet. It’s different for Taren and Vabor – they’re professionals. They’ve seen action before.” – Thal Scientist Codal
“And do you think they’re any less brave because of that?” – The Doctor
“They know how to deal with fear. They’re used to living close to death. I’m not. I’m a scientist not an adventurer.”  – Thal Scientist Codal
“Well, forgive me if I’m wrong, but weren’t you a volunteer?” – The Doctor
“Yes.” – Thal Scientist Codal
“Well, you must have known what you were getting  into.” – The Doctor
“No. None of us did. We’re not a war-like people, Doctor. We’ve only just developed space flight. No one attempted a voyage of this length before. But every man and woman from my division volunteered. Over 600 of them, you see, I didn’t even have the courage to be the odd man out.” – Thal Scientist Codal

[The Doctor chuckles]

“What are you laughing at?” – Thal Scientist Codal
“You my friend. You may be a very brilliant scientist, but you have very little understanding of people, particularly yourself. Courage isn’t just a matter of not being frightened, you know.” – The Doctor
“What is it, then?” – Thal Scientist Codal
“It’s being afraid and doing what you have to do anyway.” – The Doctor (Jon Pertwee)

2 Patrick Troughton – “The Moonbase”,
Written by Kit Pedler, BBC 1967

“Evil is what I meant. There are some corners of the universe which have bred the most terrible things. Things which act against everything that we believe in. They must be fought.” – The Doctor (Patrick Troughton), “The Moonbase”, BBC 1967 (written by Kit Pedler)

2 Patrick Troughton – “The War Games”,
Written by Malcolm Hulke and Terrance Dicks, BBC 1969

“You asked me to justify my actions, I am doing so. Let me show you the Ice Warriors, cruel Martian invaders, they tried to conquer the Earth, too. So did the Cybermen, half creature, half machine. but, worst of all, were the Daleks, a pityless race of conquerers exterminating all who came up against them. All these evils I have fought, while you have done nothing but observe. True, I am guilty of interference, just as you are guilty of failing to use your great powers to help those in need!” – The Doctor (Patrick Troughton)

1 – William Hartnell, “An Unearthly Child”,
written by Anthony Coburn

“I tolerate this century but I don’t enjoy it. Have you ever thought what it’s like to be wanderers in the fourth dimension? Have you? To be exiles. Susan and I are cut off from our own planet, without friends or protection. But one day we shall go back. Yes, one day. One day.” “An Unearthly Child”, BBC 1963

And finally as an Honorable Mention, because it is a quote about the Doctor but not said by him.

The Family of Blood, Written by Paul Cornell (based on his original Doctor Who novel, Human Nature, published in the New Adventures series by Virgin Publishing), BBC 2007
“Because it [the watch] was waiting. Then because I was so scared of the Doctor.” – Timothy Latimer
“Why?” – Joan
“Because, I’ve seen him. He’s like fire and ice and rage. He’s like the night and the storm and the heart of the sun.” – Latimer
“Stop it.” – John Smith
“He’s ancient and forever. He burns at the center of time, and he can see the turn of the universe.” – Latimer
“Stop it. I said, stop it.” – John Smith (David Tennant)
“And he’s wonderful.” – Tim Latimer (Thomas Sangster)

All speeches and dialogue hand-transcribed by me. Authors and dates from Doctor Who – The Programme Guide by Jean-Marc Lofficier Second and Fourth editions for Classic Who, and from The TARDIS Wikia for New Who. Yes, I realize Paul McGann is missing – I hope to get something from one of the Big Finish audios or the BBC Books Eighth Doctor Adventures at some point. I do really like McGann’s Doctor.

This is why I love Doctor Who so much – it is so wonderfully written, and acted, and brilliant, and diverse. What are your favorite speeches from Doctor Who?

Doctor Who Books – New Reprints

Earlier on this blog I wrote a number of entries, lists really, of the various ranges of Doctor Who books. However, those books, especially those published by Virgin Publishing are now long out of print. For new Doctor Who fans, or even for established Doctor Who fans looking to fill holes in their collection, they can be hard to find, and often demand inflated collectors’ prices.

Never fear though, as a result of the 50th Anniversary bringing attention to the entirety of the program, BBC books has started to release a series of series of books reprinting classic adventures from previous book series. Reading the individual book description will tell you what Doctor and sometimes what companions are featured in the books, but details such as which book series the title came from originally are missing. This list aims to fill in that gap. Listed below are the book series that I know of with their titles (Anniversary, Monster, and History collections) the books in each series, the Doctor for each book, the companions (if known), and the original book series it came from (such as the Past Doctor Adventures or the Missing Adventures). Please see my other posts on the subject for information on those book series, specifically. Also, I’m including links to articles about each series of books from which I assembled this list. Where necessary I also consulted Amazon, especially in regards to the History Collection.  Please inform me in the comments of any corrections or additions. Thank you.

Doctor Who the 50th Anniversary Collection

See this article (off-site):  50th Anniversary Fiction Book Collection Article

The following titles are in this collection:

Ten Little Aliens by Stephen Cole – First Doctor with Ben and Polly; reprint of BBC Past Doctor Adv.

Dreams of Empire by Justin Richards – Second Doctor with Jaime and Victoria; reprint of BBC Past Doctor Adv.

Last of the Gaderene by Mark Gatiss –Third Doctor with Jo and UNIT; reprint of BBC Past Doctor Adv.

Festival of Death by Jonathan Morris – Fourth Doctor with the Second Romana and K-9; reprint of BBC Past Doctor Adv.

Fear of the Dark by Trevor Baxendale – Fifth Doctor with Tegan and Nyssa; reprint of BBC Past Doctor Adv.

Players by Terrance Dicks – Sixth Doctor with Peri; reprint of BBC Past Doctor Adv.

Remembrance of the Daleks by Ben Aaronovitch – Seventh Doctor with Ace. Novelisation of the aired episode. Possibly a re-print of the Target Novelisation.

Earthworld by Jacqueline Rayner. Eighth Doctor with Fitz and Anji; reprint of BBC Eighth Doctor Adventures.

Only Human by Gareth Roberts. Ninth Doctor. Reprint of New Series Adventures (BBC Books).

Beautiful Chaos by Gary Russell. Tenth Doctor. Reprint of New Series Adventures (BBC Books).

The Silent Stars Go By by Dan Abnett. Eleventh Doctor. Reprint of New Series Adventures (BBC Books).

Doctor Who – The Monster Collection

See also this article (off-site):  BBC Books Monster Collection

Sting of the Zygons by Stephen Cole.  Tenth Doctor with Martha. Reprint of New Series Adventures (BBC Books).

Prisoner of the Daleks by Trevor Baxendale. Tenth Doctor. Reprint of New Series Adventures (BBC Books).

Touched by an Angel by Jonathan Morris.  Eleventh Doctor with Amy and Rory. Reprint of New Series Adventures (BBC Books).

Shakedown by Terrance Dicks. Seventh Doctor, with Dr. Bernice Summerfield, Chris, and Roz. Reprint of Virgin Publishing New Adventures featuring the Seventh Doctor.

Corpse Marker by Chris Boucher. – Fourth Doctor and Leela. Reprint of BBC Past Doctor Adventures.

Illegal Alien by Mike Tucker & Robert Perry. – Seventh Doctor and Ace. Reprint of BBC Past Doctor Adventures. This is the first in a mini-series within the BBC Past Doctor Adventures featuring the Seventh Doctor and Ace. Here is a list of the rest of the series. So far these have not been reprinted recently.

  • Matrix – Mike Tucker & Robert Perry
  • Storm Harvest – Mike Tucker & Robert Perry
  • Prime Time – Mike Tucker
  • Loving the Alien – Mike Tucker & Robert Perry

Sands of Time by Justin Richards. Fifth Doctor, with Tegan, and Nyssa. Reprint of Virgin Publishing, Doctor Who the Missing Adventures.

Scales of Injustice by Gary Russell. Third Doctor, with Liz and UNIT. Reprint of Virgin Publishing, Doctor Who the Missing Adventures.

Doctor Who – The History Collection

This is the newest collection of reprints and is on-going. For more see this article (off site):  History Collection Article 1

Here is another article (off-site) on the subject:  History Collection Article 2

The Witch Hunters by Steve Lyons. First Doctor, with Ian, Barbara, and Susan. Reprint of BBC Past Doctor Adventures.

Human Nature by Paul Cornell. Seventh Doctor with Dr. Bernice Summerfield. Reprint of Virgin Publishing New Adventures featuring the Seventh Doctor.

The Shadow in the Glass by Justin Richards and Stephen Cole. Sixth Doctor with the Brigadier. Reprint of BBC Past Doctor Adventures.

Amorality Tale by David Bishop. Third Doctor with Sarah Jane. Reprint of BBC Past Doctor Adventures.

The English Way of Death by Gareth Roberts. Fourth Doctor with Romana II and K-9. Reprint of Virgin Publishing, Doctor Who the Missing Adventures.

The Roundheads by Mark Gatiss. Second Doctor with Ben, Polly, and Jaime. Reprint of BBC Past Doctor Adventures.

The Stone Rose by Jacqueline Rayner. Tenth Doctor with Rose. Reprint of New Series Adventures (BBC Books).

Dead of Winter by James Goss. Eleventh Doctor with Amy and Rory. Reprint of New Series Adventures (BBC Books)

Doctor Who Non-Fiction Booklist

I’ve collected books about Doctor Who since the 1980s. Every year at Chicago TARDIS I buy new books about the series. And a quick glance through Amazon US or UK shows dozens of titles. This list is but a sampling of books that are available and that I happen to own. Most of these I’ve read, some I haven’t, and some are reference books – great for looking up information, but not something anyone would read cover to cover. Usually. 🙂

There are two books every Doctor Who fan should have on their shelves: Doctor Who – The Programme Guide by Jean-Marc Lofficier (I have both the second and fourth editions.) and The Classic Who DVD Compendium by Paul Smith. If you can find them, the Peter Haining coffee table books (Doctor Who – A Celebration, etc.) are beautiful coffee-table books, with great color photography. In terms of more recent books, the “Chicks Love…” series is awesome – and the essays are not only a positive affirmation of the fannish lifestyle (especially for female fans) but many of the essays are thought-provoking. And I loved Twitter Who and look forward to additional volumes.

Some of these books are reviewed on my GoodReads pages, see  widget on lower right of this blog.

This is a master post and will be updated – because one can never have too many books about Doctor Who.

Doctor Who Master Post Bibliography

Airey, Jean and Laurie Haldeman. 1986. Doctor Who Travel Without the TARDIS The Doctor Who Fan’s Guide to England, Scotland, and Wales. London:  Target Books (Division of W.H. Allen & Co. PLC) (Recommended)

Burdge, Anthony S., Jessica Burke, and Kristine Larsen (Eds.). 2010. Mythological Dimensions of Doctor Who, The. Crawfordville, FL: Kitsune Books.

Campbell, Mark. 2010. Doctor Who The Episode Guide. Harpenden, Herts, UK: Pocket Essentials. (NOT Recommended.)

Cartmel, Andrew.  2005.  Through Time An Unauthorised and Unofficial History of Doctor Who. London: The Continuum International Publishing Group Inc. Ltd. and New York:  The Continuum International Publishing Group Inc.

Castleman, Harry & Walter J. Podrazik. 1989.  “Doctor Who” in Harry and Wally’s Favorite TV Shows.  New York:  Prentice Hall Press.

Clapham, Mark, Eddie Robson and Jim Smith. 2005. Who’s Next An Unofficial and Unauthorised Guide to Doctor Who. London: Virgin Books, Ltd.

Cornell, Paul (editor).  1997. Licence Denied Rumblings from the Doctor Who Underground.  London:  Virgin Books.

Cornell, Paul, Martin Day, and Keith Topping. 1995. Doctor Who The Discontinuity Guide. London: Doctor Who Books division of Virgin Books, Ltd.

Courtney, Nicholas (edited by John Nathan-Turner). 1998. Five Rounds Rapid! The Authobiography of Nicholas Courtney, Doctor Who’s Brigadier.  London:  Virgin Publishing Inc.

Evans, Jeff. 2001.  “Doctor Who” in The Penguin TV Companion. London:  Penguin Books.

Haining, Peter.  1983.  Doctor Who A Celebration. London:  W.H. Allen & Co. Plc. (Recommended)

–. 1986. Doctor Who The Doctor Who File. London:  W.H. Allen & Co. Plc.

–. 1987. Doctor Who The Time-Travellers’ Guide. London:  W.H. Allen & Co. Plc.

–. 1988. Doctor Who 25 Glorious Years. London:  W.H. Allen & Co. Plc.

Javna, John.  1985.  “Dr. Who” in Cult TV A Viewer’s Guide to the Shows America Can’t Live Without!  New York:  St. Martin’s Press.

Lofficier, Jean-Marc & Randy. 2003. Doctor Who Programme Guide, The (4th Ed.) Lincoln, NE: iUniverse (Mystery Writers of America Presents imprint).

Lofficier, Jean-Marc. 1989. Doctor Who The Programme Guide. London:  Target Books division of WH Allen & Co. Plc. (Highly Recommended)

–. 1991. Doctor Who The Terrestrial Index. London: Doctor Who Books division of Virgin Books, Ltd.

–. 1992. Doctor Who The Universal Databank. London: Doctor Who Books division of Virgin Books, Ltd.

Lyon, J. Shaun.  2005.  Back to the Vortex The Unofficial and Unauthorised Guide to Doctor Who 2005. Tolworth, Surrey, England:  Telos Publishing Ltd.

Nathan-Turner, John.  1985.  Doctor Who The TARDIS Inside Out. London:  Picadilly Press, Ltd. (New York: Random House, American Ed.)

–.  1986.  Doctor Who The Companions. London:  Picadilly Press, Ltd.  (New York: Random House, American Ed.)

Newman, Kim. 2005. BFI TV Classics Doctor Who A Critical Reading of the Series.  London:  British Film Institute.

Parkin, Lance. 2006.  AHistory An Unauthorised History of the Doctor Who Universe.  Des Moines, Iowa, USA:  Mad Norwegian Press.

Parsons, Paul. 2010. Science of Doctor Who, The. Baltimore, MD:  The John Hopkins University Press.

Richards, Justin. Hardcover 2003, paperback 2005. Doctor Who The Legend Continues 5 Decades of Time Travel. London:  BBC Books. (Recommended)

Rothman, Hannah J. 2012. Twitter Who Volume 1:  The First Doctor.

–. 2014. Twitter Who Volume 2:  The Second Doctor.

Schuster, Marc and Tom Powers. 2007. Greatest Show in the Galaxy, The The Discerning Fan’s Guide to Doctor Who. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, Inc.

Scott, Cavan and Mark Wright. 2014. Official Quoteable Doctor Who, The  Wise Words from Across Space and Time. New York: HarperCollins Publishers. (US. Ed. – Note there is also a UK edition of this book with the title, Doctor Who: Wit, Wisdom and Timey Wimey Stuff – The Quoteable Doctor Who.)

Segal, Philip with Gary Russell. 2000.  Doctor Who:  Regeneration.  (The making of the 9th Doctor movie).  London:  HarperCollins.

Smith, Paul. 2014. Classic Doctor Who DVD Compendium Every Disc Every Episode Every Extra. London: Paul Smith/Wonderful Books. (Highly Recommended)

Stanish, Deborah and L.M. Myles (Eds.). 2012. Chicks Unravel Time Women Journey Through Every Season of Doctor Who. Mad Norwegian Press. (Highly Recommended)

Thomas, Lynne M. and Tara O’Shea (Eds.). 2010. Chicks Dig Time Lords A Celebration of Doctor Who by the Women Who Love It. Mad Norwegian Press. (Highly Recommended)

Tulloch, John and Michael Alvarado.  1983.  Doctor Who The Unfolding Text. New York:  St. Martin’s Press.

Tulloch, John and Henry Jenkins.  Science Fiction Audiences Watching Doctor Who and Star Trek. London:  Routledge. (Simulantaneously Published in USA and Canada by Routledge).

Doctor Who Eighth Doctor Adventures Booklist

The Eighth Doctor Adventures (EDAs) were published by BBC Books immediately after the Paul McGann TV Movie, and featured McGann’s Doctor with several companions. However, the companions in the book series did not include Dr. Grace Halloway or Chang Lee. They also did not include any companions from the Big Finish Audio series, such as Charley (Charlotte Pollard). However, the series was excellent! These books must be read in order.

BBC Books 8th Doctor series
Bk # Title Authors Main Cast
1 The Eight Doctors Terrance Dicks 8th Doctor, Sam
2 Vampire Science Kate Orman & Jonathan Blum 8th Doctor, Sam
3 The Bodysnatchers Mark Morris 8th Doctor, Sam
4 Genocide Paul Leonard 8th Doctor, Sam
5 War of the Daleks John Peel 8th Doctor, Sam
6 Alien Bodies Lawrence Miles 8th Doctor, Sam
7 Kursaal Peter Anghelides 8th Doctor, Sam
8 Option Lock Justin Richards 8th Doctor, Sam
9 Longest Day Mike Collier 8th Doctor, Sam
10 Legacy of the Daleks John Peel 8th Doctor
11 Dreamstone Moon Paul Leonard 8th Doctor, Sam
12 Seeing I Kate Orman & Jonathan Blum 8th Doctor, Sam
13 Placebo Effect Gary Russell 8th Doctor, Sam
14 Vanderdeken’s Children Christopher Bulis 8th Doctor, Sam
15 The Scarlet Empress Paul Magrs 8th Doctor, Sam
16 The Janus Conjunction Trevor Baxendale 8th Doctor, Sam
17 Beltempest Jim Mortimore 8th Doctor, Sam
18 The Face-Eater Simon Messingham 8th Doctor, Sam
19 Doctor Who and the Taint Michael Collier 8th Doctor, Sam, Fitz
20 Demontage Justin Richards 8th Doctor, Sam, Fitz
21 Revolution Man Paul Leonard 8th Doctor, Sam, Fitz
22 Dominion Nick Walters 8th Doctor, Sam, Fitz
23 Unnatural History Kate Orman & Jonathan Blum 8th Doctor, Sam, Fitz
24 Autumn Mist David McIntee 8th Doctor, Sam, Fitz
25 Interterference: Book One Lawrence Miles 8th Doctor
26 Interterference: Book Two Lawrence Miles 8th Doctor, Sam, Fitz, Compassion
27 The Blue Angel Paul Magrs & Jeremy Hoad 8th Doctor, Fitz, Compassion
28 The Taking of Planet 5 Simon Butcher-Jones & Mark Chapman 8th Doctor, Fitz, Compassion
29 Frontier Worlds Peter Anghelides 8th Doctor, Sam, Fitz, Compassion
30 Parallel 59 Stephen Cole & Natalie Dallaire 8th Doctor, Fitz, Compassion
31 The Shadows of Avalon Paul Cornell 8th Doctor, Fitz, Compassion, Brigadier
32 The Fall of Yquatine Nick Walters 8th Doctor, Fitz, Compassion
33 Coldheart Trevor Baxendale 8th Doctor, Fitz, Compassion
34 The Space Age Steve Lyons 8th Doctor, Fitz, Compassion
35 The Banquo Legacy Andy Lane & Justin Richards 8th Doctor, Fitz, Compassion
36 The Ancestor Cell Stephen Cole & Peter Anghelides 8th Doctor, Fitz, Compassion
37 The Burning Justin Richards 8th Doctor
38 Casualties of War Steve Emmerson 8th Doctor
39 The Turing Test Paul Leonard 8th Doctor
40 Endgame Terrance Dicks 8th Doctor
41 Father Time Lance Parkin 8th Doctor
42 Escape Velocity Colin Brake 8th Doctor, Fitz, Anji
43 EarthWorld Jacqueline Rayner 8th Doctor, Fitz, Anji
44 Vanishing Point Stephen Cole 8th Doctor, Fitz, Anji
45 Eater of Wasps Trevor Baxendale 8th Doctor, Fitz, Anji
46 The Year of Intelligent Tigers Kate Orman 8th Doctor, Fitz, Anji
47 The Slow Empire Dave Stone 8th Doctor, Fitz, Anji
48 Dark Progeny Steve Emmerson 8th Doctor, Fitz, Anji
49 The City of the Dead Lloyd Rose 8th Doctor, Fitz, Anji
50 Grimm Reality Simon Butcher-Jones & Mark Chapman 8th Doctor, Fitz, Anji
51 The Adventuress of Henrietta St. Lawrence Miles 8th Doctor, Fitz, Anji
52 Mad Dogs & Englishmen Paul Magrs 8th Doctor, Fitz, Anji
53 Hope Mark Clapham 8th Doctor, Fitz, Anji
54 Anachrophobia Jonathon Morris 8th Doctor, Fitz, Anji
55 Trading Futures Lance Parkin 8th Doctor, Fitz, Anji
56 The Book of the Still Paul Ebbs 8th Doctor, Fitz, Anji
57 The Crooked World Steve Lyons 8th Doctor, Fitz, Anji
58 History 101 Mags L. Holliday 8th Doctor, Fitz, Anji, w/ Sabbath
59 Camera Obscura Lloyd Rose 8th Doctor, Fitz, Anji, w/ Sabbath
60 Time Zero Justin Richards 8th Doctor, Fitz, Anji, Sabbath, Beatrix
61 The Infinity Race Simon Messingham 8th Doctor, Fitz, Anji, Sabbath, Beatrix
62 The Domino Effect David Bishop 8th Doctor, Fitz, Anji, Sabbath, Beatrix
63 Reckless Engineering Nick Walters 8th Doctor, Fitz, Anji, Sabbath, Beatrix
64 The Last Resort Paul Leonard 8th Doctor, Fitz, Anji, Sabbath, Beatrix
65 Timeless Stephen Cole 8th Doctor, Fitz, Anji, Sabbath, Beatrix
66 Emotional Chemistry Simon A. Forward 8th Doctor, Fitz, Sabbath, Beatrix
67 Sometimes Never Justin Richards 8th Doctor, Fitz, Sabbath, Beatrix
68 Half-Life Mark Michalowski 8th Doctor, Fitz, Beatrix
69 The Tomorrow Windows Jonathon Morris 8th Doctor, Fitz, Beatrix
70 The Sleep of Reason Martin Day 8th Doctor, Fitz, Beatrix
71 The Deadstone Memorial Trevor Baxendale 8th Doctor, Fitz, Beatrix
72 To The Slaughter Stephen Cole 8th Doctor, Fitz, Beatrix
73 The Gallifrey Chronicles Lance Parkin 8th Doctor, Fitz, Beatrix

There are numerous other Doctor Who books outside these five series (Target Novelizations, Missing Adventures, New Adventures, Past Doctor Adventures, Eighth Doctor Adventures) – one-offs, short story collections, novelettes (including a series of licensed stories published by Telos Books), and a series of books based on the new series. It’s a lot. However, the Past Doctor Adventures and Eighth Doctor Adventures are definitely worth tracking down and reading.

Doctor Who – New Adventures Booklist

The Doctor Who New Adventures were a series of original paperback novels that were published by Virgin Publishing, along side the Missing Adventures, after the series disappeared from our screens in 1989. The books started with the Seventh Doctor and Ace, but later introduced new companions, such as Dr. Bernice Summerfield, an archaeologist. They must be read in order. The chart below lists the book number, the title, the author, and the cast.

 

Virgin Publishing New Adventures featuring the 7th Doctor
Book # Title Author(s) Main Cast
1 Timewyrm: Genesys John Peel 7th Doctor, Ace
2 Timewyrm: Exodus Terrance Dicks 7th Doctor, Ace
3 Timewyrm: Apocalypse Nigel Robinson 7th Doctor, Ace
4 Timewyrm: Revelation Paul Cornell 7th Doctor, Ace
5 Cat’s Cradle: Time’s Crucible Marc Platt 7th Doctor, Ace
6 Cat’s Cradle: Warhead Andrew Cartmel 7th Doctor, Ace
7 Cat’s Cradle: Witch Mark Andrew Hunt 7th Doctor, Ace
8 Nightshade Mark Gatiss 7th Doctor, Ace
9 Love And War Paul Cornell 7th Doctor, Ace, Bernice
10 Transit Ben Aaronovitch 7th Doctor, Bernice
11 The Highest Science Gareth Roberts 7th Doctor, Bernice
12 The Pit Neil Penswick 7th Doctor, Bernice
13 Deceit Peter Darvill-Evans 7th Doctor, Ace, Bernice
14 Lucifer Rising Jim Mortimore & Andy Lane 7th Doctor, Ace, Bernice
15 White Darkness David A McIntee 7th Doctor, Ace, Bernice
16 Shadowmind Christopher Bulis 7th Doctor, Ace, Bernice
17 Birthright Nigel Robinson 7th Doctor, Ace, Bernice
18 Iceberg David Banks 7th Doctor, Ace, Bernice
19 Blood Heat Jim Mortimore 7th Doctor, Ace, Bernice
20 The Dimension Riders Daniel Blythe 7th Doctor, Ace, Bernice
21 The Left-Handed Hummingbird Kate Orman 7th Doctor, Ace, Bernice
22 Conundrum Steve Lyons 7th Doctor, Ace, Bernice
23 No Future Paul Cornell 7th Doctor, Ace, Bernice
24 Tragedy Day Gareth Roberts 7th Doctor, Ace, Bernice
25 Legacy Gary Russell 7th Doctor, Ace, Bernice
26 Theatre of War Justin Richards 7th Doctor, Ace, Bernice
27 All-Consuming Fire Andy Lane 7th Doctor, Ace, Bernice
28 Blood Harvest Terrance Dicks 7th Doctor, Ace, Bernice
29 Strange England Simon Messingham 7th Doctor, Ace, Bernice
30 First Frontier David A McIntee 7th Doctor, Ace, Bernice
31 St Anthony’s Fire Mark Gatiss 7th Doctor, Ace, Bernice
32 Falls the Shadow Daniel O’Mahony 7th Doctor, Ace, Bernice
33 Parasite Jim Mortimore 7th Doctor, Ace, Bernice
34 Warlock Andrew Cartmel 7th Doctor, Ace, Bernice
35 Set Piece Kate Orman 7th Doctor, Ace, Bernice
36 Infinite Requiem Daniel Blythe 7th Doctor, Bernice
37 Sanctuary David A McIntee 7th Doctor, Bernice
38 Human Nature Paul Cornell 7th Doctor, Bernice
39 Original Sin Andy Lane 7th Doctor, Bernice, Chris, Roz
40 Sky Pirates! Dave Stone 7th Doctor, Bernice, Chris, Roz
41 Zamper Gareth Roberts 7th Doctor, Bernice, Chris, Roz
42 Toy Soldiers Paul Leonard 7th Doctor, Bernice, Chris, Roz
43 Head Games Steve Lyons 7th Doctor, Bernice, Chris, Roz
44 The Also People Ben Aaronovitch 7th Doctor, Bernice, Chris, Roz
45 Shakedown Terrance Dicks 7th Doctor, Bernice, Chris, Roz
46 Just War Lance Parkin 7th Doctor, Bernice, Chris, Roz
47 Warchild Andrew Cartmel 7th Doctor, Bernice, Chris, Roz
48 Sleepy Kate Orman 7th Doctor, Bernice, Chris, Roz
49 Death and Diplomacy Dave Stone 7th Doctor, Bernice, Chris, Roz
50 Happy Endings Paul Cornell 7th Doctor, Bernice, Chris, Roz
51 GodEngine Craig Hinton 7th Doctor, Chris, Roz
52 Christmas on a Rational Planet Lawrence Miles 7th Doctor, Chris, Roz
53 Return of the Living Dad Kate Orman 7th Doctor, Chris, Roz
54 The Death of Art Simon Bucher-Jones 7th Doctor, Chris, Roz
55 Damaged Goods Russell T Davies 7th Doctor, Chris, Roz
56 So Vile a Sin Ben Aaronovitch and Kate Orman 7th Doctor, Chris, Roz
57 Bad Therapy Matthew Jones 7th Doctor, Chris
58 Eternity Weeps Jim Mortimore 7th Doctor, Chris
59 The Room With No Doors Kate Orman 7th Doctor, Chris
60 Lungbarrow Marc Platt 7th Doctor, Chris
61 The Dying Days Lance Parkin 8th Doctor

Note that some of these novels have been adapted to stories on New Who, including Human Nature, and possibly, The Also People.

Doctor Who Past Doctor Adventures Booklist

The Past Doctor Adventures were published by BBC Books after the Eighth Doctor TV Movie and alongside the Eighth Doctor Adventures. With the exception of a mini-series featuring the Seventh Doctor and Ace, this series of original paperback novels were all stand-alone and could be read in any order. As I did with the Missing Doctor Books from Virgin Publishing, I will list these in two sorts – the first is in chronological order by Doctor and Companions (such as First Doctor, then Second Doctor, etc; within a Doctor the stories are in order from oldest companion set to most recent companion set). The second sort is original publication order. The chart lists the title, author, and cast (Doctor and Companions) for each book. The second sort adds the book number.

Doctor Who Past Doctors Adventures
Line Title Author Cast
PDA The Face of the Enemy David McIntee The Brigadier, the Master, Ian, Barbara, UNIT
PDA The Witch Hunters Steve Lyons 1st Doctor, Ian, Barbara, Susan
PDA City at World’s End Christopher Bulis 1st Doctor, Ian, Barbara, Susan
PDA Byzantium! Keith Topping 1st Doctor, Ian, Barbara, Vicki
PDA The Eleventh Tiger David A. McIntee 1st Doctor, Ian, Barbara, Vicki
PDA Salvation Steve Lyons 1st Doctor, Steven, Dodo
PDA Bunker Soldiers Martin Day 1st Doctor, Steven, Dodo
PDA The Time Travellers Simon Guerrier 1st Doctor
PDA Ten Little Aliens Stephen Cole 1st Doctor, Ben, Polly
PDA The Murder Game Steve Lyons 2nd Doctor, Ben, Polly
PDA Dying in the Sun Jon De Burgh Miller 2nd Doctor, Ben, Polly
PDA The Roundheads Mark Gatiss 2nd Doctor, Ben, Polly, Jamie
PDA Dreams of Empire Justin Richards 2nd Doctor, Jamie, Victoria
PDA Heart of TARDIS Dave Stone 2nd & 4th Doctors, Romana II, Jamie & Victoria
PDA Combat Rock Mick Lewis 2nd Doctor, Jamie, Victoria
PDA The Indestructible Man Simon Messingham 2nd Doctor, Jamie, Zoë
PDA The Final Sanction Steve Lyons 2nd Doctor, Jamie, Zoë
PDA The Colony of Lies Colin Brake 2nd Dr, Jamie, Zoë, 7th Dr, Ace
PDA World Game Terrance Dicks 2nd Doctor (Season 6b novel)
PDA The Devil Goblins From Neptune Martin Day & Keith Topping 3rd Doctor, Liz, UNIT
PDA The Wages of Sin David McIntee 3rd Doctor, Liz, Jo
PDA Last of the Gaderene Mark Gatiss 3rd Doctor, Jo, UNIT
PDA Rags Mick Lewis 3rd Doctor, Jo, UNIT
PDA Deadly Reunion Terrance Dicks & Barry Letts 3rd Doctor, Jo, UNIT
PDA Catastrophea Terrance Dicks 3rd Doctor, Jo
PDA Verdigris Paul Magrs 3rd Doctor, Jo
PDA The Suns of Caresh Paul Saint 3rd Doctor, Jo
PDA Amorality Tale David Bishop 3rd Doctor, Sarah Jane
PDA Island of Death Betty Letts 3rd Doctor, Sarah Jane
PDA Millennium Shock Justin Richards 4th Doctor, Harry
PDA Asylum Peter Darvill-Evans 4th Doctor, Nyssa
PDA Eye of Heaven Jim Mortimore 4th Doctor, Leela
PDA Last Man Running Chris Boucher 4th Doctor, Leela
PDA Corpse Marker Chris Boucher 4th Doctor, Leela
PDA Psience Fiction Chris Boucher 4th Doctor, Leela
PDA Match of the Day Chris Boucher 4th Doctor, Leela
PDA Drift Simon Forward 4th Doctor
PDA Tomb of Valdemar Simon Messingham 4th Doctor, Romana I
PDA Festival of Death Jonathan Morris 4th Doctor, Romana II, K-9
PDA Divided Loyalties Gary Russell 5th Doctor, Adric, Tegan, Nyssa
PDA Zeta Major Simon Messingham 5th Doctor, Tegan, Nyssa
PDA Fear of the Dark Trevor Baxendale 5th Doctor, Tegan, Nyssa
PDA Empire of Death David Bishop 5th Doctor, Nyssa
PDA Deep Blue Mark Morris 5th Doctor, Tegan, Turlough, UNIT
PDA The King of Terror Keith Topping 5th Doctor, Tegan, Turlough, UNIT
PDA Imperial Moon Christopher Bulis 5th Doctor, Turlough
PDA The Ultimate Treasure Christopher Bulis 5th Doctor, Peri
PDA Warmonger Terrance Dicks 5th Doctor, Peri, w/ Morbuis
PDA Superior Beings Nick Walters 5th Doctor, Peri
PDA Players Terrance Dicks 6th Doctor, Peri
PDA Grave Matter Justin Richards 6th Doctor, Peri
PDA The Quantum Archangel Craig Hinton 6th Doctor, Mel
PDA Palace of the Red Sun Christopher Bulis 6th Doctor, Peri
PDA Blue Box Kate Orman 6th Doctor, Peri
PDA Synthespians ™ Craig Hinton 6th Doctor, Peri
PDA Business Unusual Gary Russell 6th Doctor, Mel
PDA Spiral Scratch Gary Russell 6th Doctor, Mel
PDA The Shadow in the Glass Justin Richards & Stephen Cole 6th Doctor, Brigadier
PDA Mission: Impractical David McIntee 6th Doctor, Frobisher
PDA Instruments of Darkness Gary Russell 6th Doctor, Mel, Evelyn Smythe
PDA Illegal Alien Mike Tucker & Robert Perry 7th Doctor, Ace
PDA Loving the Alien Mike Tucker & Robert Perry 7th Doctor, Ace
PDA Matrix Mike Tucker & Robert Perry 7th Doctor, Ace
PDA Storm Harvest Mike Tucker & Robert Perry 7th Doctor, Ace
PDA Prime Time Mike Tucker 7th Doctor, Ace
PDA The Hollow Men Martin Day & Keith Topping 7th Doctor, Ace
PDA Independence Day Peter Darvill-Evans 7th Doctor, Ace
PDA Relative Dementias Mark Michalowski 7th Doctor, Ace
PDA Heritage Dale Smith 7th Doctor, Ace
PDA The Algebra of Ice Lloyd Rose 7th Doctor, Ace
PDA Atom Bomb Blues Andrew Cartmel 7th Doctor, Ace
PDA Bullet Time David A. McIntee 7th Doctor, Sarah Jane
PDA Fear Itself Nick Wallace 8th Doctor, Fitz, Anji
PDA Wolfsbane Jacqueline Rayner 4th Doctor, Harry, Sarah, UNIT
PDA Scream of the Shalka Paul Cornell 9th Doctor, BBCi
PDA The Infinity Doctors Lance Parkin The Doctor

Here is the second sort, in original publication order:

BBC Books  Past Doctor Adventures
Bk # Title Authors Main Cast
1 The Devil Goblins From Neptune Martin Day & Keith Topping 3rd Doctor, Liz, UNIT
2 The Murder Game Steve Lyons 2nd Doctor, Ben, Polly
3 The Ultimate Treasure Christopher Bulis 5th Doctor, Peri
4 Business Unusual Gary Russell 6th Doctor, Mel
5 Illegal Alien Mike Tucker & Robert Perry 7th Doctor, Ace
6 The Roundheads Mark Gatiss 2nd Doctor, Ben, Polly, Jamie
7 The Face of the Enemy David McIntee The Brigadier, the Master, Ian, Barbara, UNIT
8 Eye of Heaven Jim Mortimore 4th Doctor, Leela
9 The Witch Hunters Steve Lyons 1st Doctor, Ian, Barbara, Susan
10 The Hollow Men Martin Day & Keith Topping 7th Doctor, Ace
11 Catastrophea Terrance Dicks 3rd Doctor, Jo
12 Mission: Impractical David McIntee 6th Doctor, Frobisher
13 Zeta Major Simon Messingham 5th Doctor, Tegan, Nyssa
14 Dreams of Empire Justin Richards 2nd Doctor, Jamie, Victoria
15 Last Man Running Chris Boucher 4th Doctor, Leela
16 Matrix Mike Tucker & Robert Perry 7th Doctor, Ace
17 The Infinity Doctors Lance Parkin The Doctor
18 Salvation Steve Lyons 1st Doctor, Steven, Dodo
19 The Wages of Sin David McIntee 3rd Doctor, Jo, Liz
20 Deep Blue Mark Morris 5th Doctor, Tegan, Turlough, UNIT
21 Players Terrance Dicks 6th Doctor, Peri
22 Millennium Shock Justin Richards 4th Doctor, Harry
23 Storm Harvest Mike Tucker & Robert Perry 7th Doctor, Ace
24 The Final Sanction Steve Lyons 2nd Doctor, Jamie, Zoë
25 City at World’s End Christopher Bulis 1st Doctor, Ian, Barbara, Susan
26 Divided Loyalties Gary Russell 5th Doctor, Tegan, Adric, Nyssa
27 Corpse Marker Chris Boucher 4th Doctor, Leela
28 Last of the Gaderene Mark Gatiss 3rd Doctor, Jo, UNIT
29 Tomb of Valdemar Simon Messingham 4th Doctor, Romana I
30 Verdigris Paul Magrs 3rd Doctor, Jo
31 Grave Matter Justin Richards 6th Doctor, Peri
32 Heart of TARDIS Dave Stone 2nd & 4th Doctors, Romana II, Jamie & Victoria
33 Prime Time Mike Tucker 7th Doctor, Ace
34 Imperial Moon Christopher Bulis 5th Doctor, Turlough
35 Festival of Death Jonathan Morris 4th Doctor, Romana II, K-9
36 Independence Day Peter Darvill-Evans 7th Doctor, Ace
37 The King of Terror Keith Topping 5th Doctor, Tegan, Turlough, UNIT
38 The Quantum Archangel Craig Hinton 6th Doctor, Mel
39 Bunker Soldiers Martin Day 1st Doctor, Steven, Dodo
40 Rags Mick Lewis 3rd Doctor, Jo, UNIT
41 The Shadow in the Glass Justin Richards & Stephen Cole 6th Doctor, Brigadier
42 Asylum Peter Darvill-Evans 4th Doctor, Nyssa
43 Superior Beings Nick Walters 5th Doctor, Peri
44 Byzantium! Keith Topping 1st Doctor, Ian, Barbara, Vicki
45 Bullet Time David A. McIntee 7th Doctor, Sarah Jane
46 Psience Fiction Chris Boucher 4th Doctor, Leela
47 Dying in the Sun Jon De Burgh Miller 2nd Doctor, Ben, Polly
48 Instruments of Darkness Gary Russell 6th Doctor, Mel, Evelyn Smythe
49 Relative Dementias Mark Michalowski 7th Doctor, Ace
50 Drift Simon Forward 4th Doctor
51 Palace of the Red Sun Christopher Bulis 6th Doctor, Peri
52 Amorality Tale David Bishop 3rd Doctor, Sarah Jane
53 Warmonger Terrance Dicks 5th Doctor, Peri, w/ Morbuis
54 Ten Little Aliens Stephen Cole 1st Doctor, Ben, Polly
55 Combat Rock Mick Lewis 2nd Doctor, Jamie, Victoria
56 The Suns of Caresh Paul Saint 3rd Doctor, Jo
57 Heritage Dale Smith 7th Doctor, Ace
58 Fear of the Dark Trevor Baxendale 5th Doctor, Tegan, Nyssa
59 Blue Box Kate Orman 6th Doctor, Peri
60 Loving the Alien Mike Tucker & Robert Perry 7th Doctor, Ace
61 The Colony of Lies Colin Brake 2nd Dr, Jamie, Zoë, 7th Dr, Ace
62 Wolfsbane Jacqueline Rayner 4th Doctor, Sarah, Harry, UNIT
63 Deadly Reunion Terrance Dicks & Barry Letts 3rd Doctor, Jo, UNIT
64 Scream of the Shalka Paul Cornell 9th Doctor; BBCi
65 Empire of Death David Bishop 5th Doctor, Nyssa
66 The Eleventh Tiger David A. McIntee 1st Doctor, Ian, Barbara, Vicki
67 Synthespians ™ Craig Hinton 6th Doctor, Peri
68 The Algebra of Ice Lloyd Rose 7th Doctor, Ace
69 The Indestructible Man Simon Messingham 2nd Doctor, Jamie, Zoë
70 Match of the Day Chris Boucher 4th Doctor, Leela
71 Island of Death Betty Letts 3rd Dr, Sarah Jane Smith
72 Spiral Scratch Gary Russell 6th Dr., Mel
73 Fear Itself Nick Wallace 8th Dr., Fitz, Anji
74 World Game Terrance Dicks 2nd Dr. (Season 6b novel)
75 The Time Travellers Simon Guerrier 1st Dr.
76 Atom Bomb Blues Andrew Cartmel 7th Dr., Ace

“Wolfbane” also includes the Eighth Doctor. “Fear Itself” is an Eighth Doctor novel that was published in the PDA range. And “Scream of the Shalka” is a novelization of the BBCi story, which is also available on DVD, and starred Richard E. Grant as what I like to call the “Ninth-ish Doctor” (Since Christopher Eccleston is the Ninth Doctor.) “Scream of the Shalka” is an animated adventure. Millennium Shock” is a sequel to the Missing Adventure story, “System Shock”.