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1994 in

the DWU • production history • vital statistics • releases

Timeline for 1994
20th century | 1990s

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On 5 June 1994, Clyde Langer was born. (TV: Secrets of the Stars, The Mark of the Berserker)

On 23 June, Samuel Lloyd was born. (TV: The Mad Woman in the Attic)

In November, Iris Wildthyme and Mike were attacked by an alien bus shelter. (PROSE: Gimme Shelter)

Unknown dates

The Fifth Doctor and Nyssa visited Alaska and destroyed several revived Permians. (AUDIO: The Land of the Dead)

UNISYC was formed. (PROSE: Interference - Book One)

According to the Tenth Doctor, the United States government acknowledged the existence of Area 51 by 1994. (TV: Dreamland)

A number of asylums were closed in England. Hawthorne was originally to be one of them but it remained in operation, which drew the suspicion of Liz Shaw and thus the attention of P.R.O.B.E. (HOMEVID: The Zero Imperative)

The five-year-old Amelia Pond was at a fairground when she dropped an ice cream cone. The Eleventh Doctor and her future self bought her another and told her to cheer up. This was her saddest memory. (TV: Good Night)

The First Doctor, Susan Foreman, Ian Chesterton and Barbara Wright met the astronaut Joseph Rennigan on Mars. (PROSE: Rennigan's Record)

According to one account, Carrol was the President of the United States. (PROSE: Rennigan's Record)

The Second Doctor, Polly Wright and Ben Jackson visited Cumbria, England and Queensland, Australia. (PROSE: Invasion of the Cat-People)

The Twelfth Doctor, Bill Potts, Nardole and Missy visited San Francisco. (PROSE: Pain Management)

The films Mrs Doubtfire and Groundhog Day were released in this year. (PROSE: Touched by an Angel)

In 1994, Paul Magrs lived in a tiny, freezing flat in the centre of Edinburgh. It was here Paul was working on his first novel, and Paul was also searching for someone to love, but his flatmate doubted that he would find that somebody in Edinburgh. (PROSE: The Story of Fester Cat)