On 6 October, a number of things set in or relevant to the Doctor Who universe were released or published.
- 1973 - Part six of the TV Comic story Children of the Evil Eye was first published.
- 1979 - Part two of City of Death was first broadcast on BBC1.
- 1994 - The graphic novel The Age of Chaos was first published by Marvel Comics.
- 1997 - War of the Daleks and Illegal Alien were first published by BBC Books.
- 1997 - The Book of Lists and A Book of Monsters were first published by BBC Books.
- 2003 - Emotional Chemistry was first published by BBC Books.
- 2003 - The Curse of Fenric was released on Region 2 DVD.
- 2008 - Part two of The Last Sontaran and part one of The Day of the Clown were first broadcast on CBBC.
- 2008 - The graphic novel The Betrothal of Sontar was first published by Panini Books.
- 2010 - The Runaway Train was first released by BBC Audio.
- 2010 - DWDVDF 46 was first published by GE Fabbri Ltd.
- 2011 - The Broken Crown was first released by AudioGO.
- 2011 - The Doctor Who Adventures comic story Agent 99 was first published.
- 2011 - DWI 7 was first published by Panini UK.
- 2011 - 100 Scariest Monsters and Where's the Doctor? were first published by BBC Books.
- 2016 - Twelve Doctors of Christmas was first published by BBC Books.
- 2016 - The American Adventures was first published by Penguin Books.
- 2016 - Time Lord Fairy Tales: Slipcase Edition was first published by Penguin Character Books, including the new short story, The Emperor Dalek's New Clothes.
- 2016 - A History of Humankind was first published by BBC Children's Books.
- 2016 - The audiobook version of The Time Meddler was first released by BBC Audio.
- 2018 - Day twelve of The 13 Days of Doctor Who aired on BBC America.
- 2020 - The Meaning of Red was first released by Big Finish.