- 1 Overview
- 2 Stories
- 3 Notes
- 4 External links
Paul Magrs created the character of Iris Wildthyme for his Phoenix Court series of novels (predating this, an earlier version of the character appeared in his first published work, Patient Iris).
She was first introduced to the Doctor Who universe in his 1998 Fourth Doctor short story Old Flames before being more fully featured in several novels of BBC Books Eighth Doctor and Past Doctor ranges.
Iris later made her audio debut in Big Finish Productions' Excelis Dawns, where she was portrayed by Katy Manning. Manning would go on to play Iris in all future audio stories, and she would be the basis for illustrations of Iris on the cover of most Iris Wildthyme books.
In August 2005, Big Finish released the prose anthology Wildthyme on Top as part of their New Worlds label. This was followed a few months later by Wildthyme at Large, the first Iris Wildthyme audio story, which notably introduced her companion Panda. Further anthologies of short stories and novellas featuring Iris were published by Obverse Books, (as well Salt Publishing) and Paul Magrs wrote further novels featuring Iris and Panda for Snowbooks Ltd.
|Enter Wildthyme||Paul Magrs||Panda||January 2011|
|Wildthyme Beyond!||June 2012|
|From Wildthyme with Love||November 2013|
The New Adventures of Iris Wildthyme
|1||Iris Wildthyme and the Polythene Terror||Paul Magrs||Panda||October 2019|
|Summer special||Mother, Maiden, Crone||Courtney Milnestein||3 May 2020|
- Main article: Obverse Sextet
One Iris Wildthyme book was published as part of Obverse Sextet, a series of six novellas released in 2019 to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Obverse Books.
|The Mystic Menagerie of Iris Wildthyme||Nick Campbell||Panda||October 2019|
- Main article: Series 1 (IW)
|1.1||Wildthyme at Large||Paul Magrs||Tom, Panda||November 2005|
|1.2||The Devil in Ms. Wildthyme||Stephen Cole||December 2005|
- Main article: Iris Wildthyme: The Complete Series Two
|2.1||Iris Wildthyme and the Sound of Fear||Mark Michalowski||Panda||February 2009|
|2.2||Iris Wildthyme and the Land of Wonder||Paul Magrs|
|2.3||The Two Irises||Simon Guerrier|
|2.4||Iris Wildthyme and the Panda Invasion||Mark Magrs|
A Christmas Special was also released in 2009.
|Iris Wildthyme and the Claws of Santa||Cavan Scott and Mark Wright||Panda, Mary||November 2009|
- Main article: Iris Wildthyme: The Complete Series Three
|3.1||The Iris Wildthyme Appreciation Society||Cavan Scott||Panda||August 2012|
|3.2||Iris Rides Out||Guy Adams|
|3.3||Midwinter Murders||George Mann|
- Main article: Iris Wildthyme: The Complete Series Four
|4.1||Whatever Happened to Iris Wildthyme?||Cavan Scott & Mark Wright||Panda||August 2013|
|4.2||Iris at the Oche||Mark Wright|
|4.3||A Lift in Time||David Bailey|
Worlds of Big Finish
- Main article: The Worlds of Big Finish (audio anthology)
The May 2015 The Worlds of Big Finish audio anthology featured characters from several of Big Finish's audio ranges, including Iris Wildthyme. The story featuring Iris, Kronos Vad's History of Earth Vol. 36,379 by David Llewellyn, reintroduced the character of Captain Turner, who had not appeared since Iris' Doctor Who debut in Old Flames; he would go on to be Iris' main companion in the Big Finish boxset Wildthyme Reloaded.
- Main article: Wildthyme Reloaded (audio anthology)
|5.1||Comeback of the Scorchies||James Goss||Edwin Turner||6 August 2015|
|5.2||Dark Side||Nick Campbell|
|5.3||Oracle of the Supermarket||Roy Gill|
|5.4||Murder at the Abbey||Mark B. Oliver|
|5.5||The Slots of Giza||Hamish Steele|
|5.6||High Spirits||Cavan Scott|
|5.7||An Extraterrestrial Werewolf in Belgium||Scott Handcock|
|5.8||Looking for a Friend||Paul Magrs|
Iris Wildthyme and Friends
- Main article: Iris Wildthyme and Friends (audio series)
|—||Fellowship of Ink||Paul Magrs||Louise Jameson||Brenda, Cleavis||5 May 2021|
|—||666 Charing Cross Road||21 May 2021|
|1||Enter Wildthyme||Katy Manning||Iris Wildthyme, Panda, Simon, Kelly||January 2022|
|3||Iris Wildthyme and the Polythene Terror|
- Four stories from Obverse Books' first four Iris Wildthyme anthologies were later collected in the 2012 ebook sampler The Occasional Diary of a Transtemporal Adventuress.
- In 2017, Snowbooks released Magrs' Fellowship of Ink, a novel which featured several characters and concepts from his Eighth Doctor-and-Iris Wildthyme novel Mad Dogs and Englishmen but didn't actually include Iris herself.