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On 19 April 2011[1], following his brief visit to Craig Owens the day previous, the Eleventh Doctor began working at Sanderson & Grainger. He soon noticed a Cybermat whizzing about, and Craig joined him in an attempt to foil the attempted Cyberman invasion. After a near-death experience with the Cybermat in his house, Craig fell asleep from exhaustion, only to wake up the next morning and find the Doctor gone. (TV: Closing Time)

In 1941, the British lost a battle against the Germans in the Pindus Mountains, and were forced to withdraw. Oskar Steinmann, upon reading this fact in Benny Summerfield's diary prior to this event, thought it science fiction. (PROSE: Just War)

In 2013, submissions for the Your Hackney short film competition were closed. (TV: For Tonight We Might Die)

In 2025, the Seventh Doctor was infected with "the contagion", and metamorphosed into a zombie. (AUDIO: Project: Destiny)

In 7711, Chief Administrator Aethelred had the leisure planet Caligaris Epsilon Six placed under quarantine as part of his plan to become king. (COMIC: A Fairytale Life)

  1. The Doctor shows Craig a newspaper with this date.