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And Then Again was the twelfth story in the Bernice Summerfield anthology A Life of Surprises. It was written by Rob Shearman.

Summary[edit | edit source]

Bernard Stanley Summerfield and Robin are working for the Company. One day a man gives him a blue box and he wonders what it is.

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  • This was later one of the eight stories collected in Treasury.
  • This is a rare example of a story on Big Finish’s Bernice Summerfield range that actually features what is unambiguously the Doctor. Generally, the range didn’t feature or even directly refer to him, as an homage to the fact that original Virgin books (and Big Finish themselves for their first year) had to write around trademarks since they lost the Doctor Who license. However, in slightly keeping with this, he is never referred to by name, but it’s so obviously him that even this would at the very least raise a glimmer of suspicion at the BBC had they actually not the license.

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