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On 1 November, a number of things set in or relevant to the Doctor Who universe were released or published.
- 1965 - Part two of the TV Comic story Enter: The Go-Ray was first published.
- 1969 - Part five of the TV Comic story U.F.O. was first published.
- 1975 - Part two of Pyramids of Mars was first broadcast on BBC1.
- 1975 - Part two of the TV Comic story The Space Ghost was first published.
- 1979 - DWM 4 was first released by Marvel Comics.
- 1980 - Part two of Full Circle was first broadcast on BBC1.
- 1986 - Part one of Terror of the Vervoids was first broadcast on BBC1.
- 1989 - Part two of The Curse of Fenric was first broadcast on BBC1.
- 1990 - DWM 167 was first released by Marvel Comics.
- 1991 - Who on Earth is Tom Baker was released directly to VHS.
- 1993 - Resurrection of the Daleks and The Two Doctors were released on VHS.
- 1999 - The Five Doctors was released on Region 2 DVD.
- 2006 - DWA 16 was first released by BBC Magazines.
- 2006 - The Doctor Who: Battles in Time comic story The Macrobe Menace was first published.
- 2007 - The novelisations of Invasion of the Bane, of Revenge of the Slitheen, of Eye of the Gorgon and of Warriors of Kudlak were first published by Penguin Character Books.
- 2010 - Part one of The Empty Planet was first broadcast on CBBC. Later, episode four of Sarah Jane's Alien Files premièred with it.
- 2010 - The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Complete Third Series was first released on Region 2 DVD.
- 2012 - Sleepers in the Dust was first released by AudioGO.
- 2012 - DWA 293 was first released by Immediate Media Company London Limited.
- 2013 - The Time Machine was first released by AudioGO and Big Finish.
- 2013 - Top Trumps Turbo was first released by Winning Moves UK Ltd.
- 2014 - Dark Water was first broadcast on BBC One.
- 2016 - Black Orchid was first published by Obverse Books.
- 2017 - TCH 33 was first released by Hachette Partworks.
- 2018 - The Secret in Vault 13 was first published by BBC Children's Books.
- 2018 - The audiobook version of The Caves of Androzani was first released by BBC Audio.
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