On 2 September, a number of things set in or relevant to the Doctor Who universe were released or published.
- 1967 - Episode one of The Tomb of the Cybermen was first broadcast on BBC1, beginning season 5.
- 1967 - Part one of the TV Comic story Egyptian Escapade was first published.
- 1972 - Part three of the TV Action comic story The Ugrakks was first published.
- 1978 - Part one of The Ribos Operation was first broadcast on BBC1.
- 1993 - DWM 204 was first released by Marvel Comics.
- 1995 - Downtime was first released on VHS by Reeltime Pictures.
- 1997 - Down was first published by Virgin Books.
- 1999 - The Nine Lives of Doctor Who was first published by Headline.
- 2002 - Time Zero was first published by BBC Books.
- 2002 - The Invisible Enemy was released on VHS.
- 2002 - Carnival of Monsters was released on Region 4 DVD.
- 2010 - The Relics of Time was first released by AudioGO.
- 2010 - DWA 182 was first released by BBC Magazines.
- 2010 - DWMSE 26 was first released by Panini Comics.
- 2010 - Judoon Monsoon and Empire of the Wolf were first released by BBC Children's Books.
- 2011 - The Gathering was first broadcast on Starz.
- 2013 - Toby Hadoke's Who's Round 30 was released online.
- 2015 - The Third Doctor Adventures was first released by Big Finish.
- 2015 - Issue 15 of Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor, which included the comic stories Sins of the Fathers and A Rose by Any Other Name part twelve, was first published by Titan Comics.
- 2015 - Issue 4 of Four Doctors, which also included The Doctors Do... Classic Comedy, was first published by Titan Comics.
- 2016 - Toby Hadoke's Who's Round 183 was released online.
- 2019 - Timelash was first published by Obverse Books.
- 2020 - Issue 1 of the Time Lord Victorious comic story Defender of the Daleks was first published by Titan Comics.
- 2021 - Doctor Who The Official Annual 2022 was released by BBC Children's Books.
- 2021 - Doctor Who: Atlas was first released by BBC Books.
- 2021 - The TV Episodes - Collection Six was re-released by BBC Audio.
- 2021 - The Eleven was first released by Big Finish.