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* [[15 December|15]] - [[Edward Underdown]] ([[Zastor]] in [[DW]]: ''[[Meglos (TV story)|Meglos]]'') died.
 
* [[15 December|15]] - [[Edward Underdown]] ([[Zastor]] in [[DW]]: ''[[Meglos (TV story)|Meglos]]'') died.
 
* [[21 December|21]] - [[DW]]: ''[[The Greatest Show in the Galaxy (novelisation)|Doctor Who - The Greatest Show in the Galaxy]]'' was first published. The title of this release ended up being ironic, as it became the first [[Target Books]] novelisation to be published after the de facto end of the original 1963-89 series.
 
* [[21 December|21]] - [[DW]]: ''[[The Greatest Show in the Galaxy (novelisation)|Doctor Who - The Greatest Show in the Galaxy]]'' was first published. The title of this release ended up being ironic, as it became the first [[Target Books]] novelisation to be published after the de facto end of the original 1963-89 series.
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** [[Edmund Warwick]], who played [[Darrius]] in [[DW]]: ''[[The Keys of Marinus]]'' and twice stood in for [[William Hartnell]], died.
 
* [[23 December|23]] - [[IHP]]: [[Nineveh (comic story)|Nineveh]] was released.
 
* [[23 December|23]] - [[IHP]]: [[Nineveh (comic story)|Nineveh]] was released.
 
* 23 - [[REF]]: ''[[The Doctor Who Programme Guide]]'', first published in two volumes in 1981, was reissued in a single-volume, expanded and revised edition. Author [[Jean-Marc Lofficier]] followed this release with several more reference volumes over the next decade.
 
* 23 - [[REF]]: ''[[The Doctor Who Programme Guide]]'', first published in two volumes in 1981, was reissued in a single-volume, expanded and revised edition. Author [[Jean-Marc Lofficier]] followed this release with several more reference volumes over the next decade.

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  • 20 - DWN: Doctor Who - The Chase was first published. Written by John Peel, The Chase was the first of a series of Dalek story novelisations by Peel commissioned after Target Books reached an agreement with Terry Nation to allow his remaining Dalek stories to be adapted as novels (before this, DW: The Chase and other Nation-penned Dalek episodes were expected to remain in limbo, novelisation-wise). Around the time of this book's release, it was announced that a similar agreement had been reached with Eric Saward regarding his two Dalek serials, but ultimately these two stories were never adapted.

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