Contents was a poem in the anthology Now We Are Six Hundred.
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- The Doctor has a trunk in the TARDIS with clothes and items from previous incarnations, (TV: The Power of the Daleks) including a signet ring, (TV: An Unearthly Child, et al) a recorder, (TV: The Power of the Daleks, et al) a stripes-handled sonic screwdriver, (TV: Carnival of Monsters), the Doctor's scarf, (TV: Robot, et al) a stick of celery, (TV: Castrovalva, et al) a cat brooch, (TV: The Twin Dilemma, et al) a paisley scarf, (TV: Time and the Rani, et al) a shoe, (TV: Doctor Who) a sonic screwdriver, (TV: Rose, et al) rectangular frame glasses, (TV: Tooth and Claw) a fez, (TV: The Big Bang, et al) an electric guitar, (TV: The Magician's Apprentice, et al) and a handbag.
- Although it is not explicitly stated exactly where Contents falls within the Doctor's life, the illustration depicts a chest with an item owned by each known incarnation by that point (excluding the War Doctor), including a handbag presumably owned by the female incarnation from The Death List. The implication is therefore that this incarnation is the one that followed her. In a later interview to Radio Times, illustrator Russell T Davies mentioned the handbag as a reference to Jodie Whittaker's then-unannounced Thirteenth Doctor.
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