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Charity publications are releases which are published for the benefit of non-profit organisations or charities. They are not licensed by the BBC and therefore cannot be considered a legal part of the Doctor Who franchise.

Prose charity publications Edit

Anthologies Edit

  • Drabble Who (September 1993, edited by David J Howe and David Wake, benefiting the RNIB Talking Book Library)
  • Perfect Timing (November 1998, edited by Mark Phippen and Helen Fayle, benefiting the Foundation for the Study of Infant Death)
  • Perfect Timing 2 (December 1999, edited by Helen Fayle and Julian Eales, benefiting the Foundation for the Study of Infant Death)
  • Tales of the Solar System (April 2000, edited by D. Paul Griggs, benefiting the Motor Neurone Disease Association and the Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths)
  • The Cat Who Walked Through Time (February 2001, edited by Thomas Kelly and Alyssa Kelly, benefiting the United Coalition for Animals)
  • Missing Pieces (March 2001, edited by Mark Phippen and J. Shaun Lyon, benefiting the Downs' Syndrome Association and the Foundation for the Study of Infant Death)
  • Walking in Eternity (May 2001, edited by Julian Eales, benefiting the Foundation for the Study of Infant Death)
  • LifeDeath (August 2001, edited by Kereth Cowe-Spigai and Patrick Neighly, benefiting Amnesty International)
  • Shelf Life (December 2008, edited by Julian Eales, David A. McIntee, and Adrian Middleton, benefiting the British Heart Foundation in memory of Craig Hinton)
  • The Temporal Logbook (July 2015, edited by Robert Mammone, Jez Strickley, and Bob Furnell, benefiting the Positive Living Society of British Columbia)
  • Time Shadows (June 2016, edited by Matt Grady and Samuel Gibb, benefiting the Enable Community Foundation and LimbForge)
  • A Target for Tommy (July 2016, published by Obverse Books, benefiting Tommy Donbavand)
  • Seasons of War (September 2016, edited by Declan May, benefiting Cauldwell Children)
  • 101 Claras to See (September 2016, edited by Caitlin Smith and Defne Sastim, benefiting the One to One Children's Fund)
  • A Time Lord for Change (November 2016, edited by Elton Townend Jones, benefiting A Time To Change)
  • Nine Lives (April 2017, edited by Scott Claringbold, benefiting the MS Society and the Stroke Association)
  • Time Shadows: Second Nature (January 2018, edited by Stephen Hatcher, benefiting the Canadian Organization for Development through Education)
  • A Second Target for Tommy (March 2018, published by Obverse Books, benefiting Tommy Donbavand)
  • The Temporal Logbook II: Further Journeys (June 2018, edited by Robert Mammone and Bob Furnell, benefiting the Mood Disorders Association of British Columbia)
  • The Hybrid: a 12th Doctor & Clara Oswald Charity Zine (October 2018, edited by Ginger Hoesly, benefiting the One to One Children's Fund)
  • Mild Curiosities: An Ian & Barbara Fanzine (December 2018, edited by Sophie Iles and James Bojaciuk, benefiting Breast Cancer Now in memory of Jaqueline Hill)
  • Unbound: Adventures in Time and Space (January 2019, edited by Jacob Black, Frank Holder, James K. Maddox, Anne-Laure Tuduri, and Niki Haringsma, benefiting the Against Malaria Foundation)
  • Defending Earth: The Adventures of Sarah Jane Smith (February 2019, edited by M.H. Norris, benefiting the Cancer Research Institute)

Novels Edit

Novelisations Edit

Audio charity publications Edit

  • The Nightmare Fair (April 2003, produced by Argolis, benefiting Sense)
  • The Final Game (Summer 2018-Summer 2020, produced by Black Glove Studio/Studio Severn)

Notes Edit

Because these publications are not legally a part of the Doctor Who franchise, a community decision was made to not cover these publications on this wiki.

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