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Who-ology: The Official Doctor Who Miscellany

May 2013 sees the release of Who-ology: the Official Doctor Who Miscellany by Mark Wright and Cavan Scott, a very fun and very detailed book regarding many facts about Doctor Who that you may not have known.



In fact, what are the 40 best ways to kill a Dalek? What are all the different UNIT call signs? What did the Doctor’s Mark 4 Sonic Screwdriver look like?

These questions, and many more are answered within the pages of the book – but you’ll just have to read it to find them out!

But it’s not only the past that the book covers; it seems to bee hinting at the Doctor’s future as well, if the back cover is anything to go by…

Complete with figures, facts and information on everywhere in the Doctor’s world from Skaro to Totters Lane, this hardback book should answer all of your questions about the Doctor’s first 50 years in our lives.

Writers Mark Wright and Cavan Scott are already well known within the world of Doctor Who for their contributions to Doctor Who Magazine, their appearances at conventions and of course, they’re epically excellent Project trilogy for the Sixth and Seventh Doctors in the Big Finish range including Project: Twilight, Project: Lazarus and Project: Destiny. If you haven’t listened to any of these stories yet, then you really haven’t lived.

Who-ology: the Official Doctor Who Miscellany is out on May 2nd 2013 and is available to pre-order from Amazon for just £8.96!


What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!

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