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James Goss started working for the official BBC website around the turn of the century. There, he started commissioning a series of animated webcasts with audio tracks produced firstly by the BBC and subsequently Big Finish Productions. This led onto commissioning full animated serials like Scream of the Shalka and The Infinite Quest.

He was also the producer of the BBCi TARDIS Cam series.

Goss originally commissioned the animation for the missing episodes 1 and 4 of The Invasion purely as a BBC website exclusive but Dan Hall liked it so much he included it on the DVD release in 2006. At the time the animated episodes garnered much speculation from fans as to whether more missing episodes would be animated in the future, however there were only a few sporadic releases until several years later. The new relationship with Dan Hall led Goss to be invited to contribute further to the DVD range and he produced a number of documentaries over the next five years.

At the same time Goss was developing himself as a freelance writer, he has written for both Torchwood and Doctor Who mainly for Big Finish. Other notable work of his includes novelising two of Douglas Adams' scripts for Doctor Who City of Death and The Pirate Planet. He is currently working for Big Finish on The New Adventures of Bernice Summerfield series and especially dealing with everything Torchwood for them and contributing the odd Doctor Who story when he has time. Goss also wrote the special release Masterful to mark the 50th anniversary of the Master.

He wrote the anthology Now We Are Six Hundred. He also contributed to the charity reference book Behind the Sofa: Celebrity Memories of Doctor Who.

Goss was the producer of the multimedia Time Lord Victorious series. As part of the series he wrote the webcast series Daleks! and contributed short stories for the Eaglemoss figurine collections and the Doctor Who website.

Personal life[]

Goss is gay.[1]

In the DWU[]

Goss wrote himself into the DWU in the in-universe edition of the writer's notes of AUDIO: The Scorchies, where he looked back upon a (fictional) childhood growing up with The Scorchies Show.



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