What Doctor Who Did Next (The Doctor Who Show Presents: Virgin NAs and MAs)

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Deemed by the guys a little too niche for a regular episode, in this Doctor Who Show Presents… Dave takes Rob on a short trip through the Virgin New Adventures (1991-1997), and to a lesser extent, the Virgin Missing Adentures (1994-1997), with a mention of the Featuring Bernice Summerfield line of books (1997-1999). A future episode will see Rob taking Dave through the BBC Eighth Doctor Adventures (1997-2005) and the BBC Past Doctor Adventures (1997-2005). Stay tuned for that in the months ahead.

Timewyrm: Genesys, Timewyrm: Exodus, Timewyrm: Apocalypse, Timewyrm: Revelation, Cat’s Cradle: Time’s Crucible, Cat’s Cradle: Warhead, Cat’s Cradle: Witch Mark, Nightshade, Love and War, Transit, The Highest Science, The Pit, Deceit, Lucifer Rising, White Darkness, Shadowmind, Birthright, Iceberg, Blood Heat, The Dimension Riders, The Left-Handed Hummingbird, Conundrum, No Future, Tragedy Day, Legacy, Theatre of War, All-Consuming Fire, Blood Harvest, Strange England, First Frontier, St Anthony’s Fire, Falls the Shadow, Parasite, Warlock, Set Piece, Infinite Requiem, Sanctuary, Human Nature, Original Sin, Sky Pirates!, Zamper, Toy Soldiers, Head Games, The Also People, Shakedown, Just War, Warchild, Sleepy, Death and Diplomacy, Happy Endings, GodEngine, Christmas on a Rational Planet, Return of the Living Dad, The Death of Art, Damaged Goods, So Vile a Sin, Bad Therapy, Eternity Weeps, The Room With No Doors, Lungbarrow, The Dying Days

Goth Opera, Evolution, Venusian Lullaby, The Crystal Bucephalus, State of Change, The Romance of Crime, The Ghosts of N-Space, Time of Your Life, Dancing the Code, The Menagerie, System Shock, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, Invasion of the Cat-People, Managra, Millennial Rites, The Empire of Glass, Lords of the Storm, Downtime, The Man in the Velvet Mask, The English Way of Death, The Eye of the Giant, The Sands of Time, Killing Ground, The Scales of Injustice, The Shadow of Weng-Chiang, Twilight of the Gods, Speed of Flight, The Plotters, Cold Fusion, Burning Heart, A Device of Death, The Dark Path, The Well-Mannered War

Andrew Cartmel, Andrew Hunt, Andy Lane, Barry Letts, Ben Aaronovitch, Christopher Bulis, Craig Hinton, Daniel Blythe, Daniel O’Mahony, Dave Stone, David A. McIntee, David Banks, Gareth Roberts, Gary Russell, Jim Mortimore, John Peel, Justin Richards, Kate Orman, Lance Parkin, Lawrence Miles, Marc Platt, Mark Gatiss, Martin Day, Matthew Jones, Neil Penswick, Nigel Robinson, Paul Cornell, Paul Leonard, Peter Darvill-Evans, Russell T. Davies, Simon Bucher-Jones, Simon Messingham, Stephen Marley, Steve Lyons, Terrance Dicks

One thought on “What Doctor Who Did Next (The Doctor Who Show Presents: Virgin NAs and MAs)”

  1. This was a really interesting listen. I totally share The Kitchen’s love and passion for the Virgin era…but I don’t think there’d be much overlap in our respective top tens…

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