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Jonathan Morris (born 17 September 1973[1]) is a prolific writer of Doctor Who fiction. He contributed to many ranges, in every medium except television. His style was often compared to that of Douglas Adams, perhaps in part because he dedicated The Tomorrow Windows to Adams. Indeed, this dedication was discussed at length in at least one prominent interview about the book, in which the interviewer's questions and Morris' answers left readers with the impression that the book was in fact "set in the Douglas Adams universe".[2]

He also contributed to the charity reference book Behind the Sofa: Celebrity Memories of Doctor Who.



BBC Past Doctor Adventures[]

BBC Eighth Doctor Adventures[]

BBC New Series Adventures[]

Short stories[]

Short Trips[]

Big Finish Bernice Summerfield series[]

The Scientific Secrets of Doctor Who[]

The Blogs of Doom[]

Doctor Who and the Library of Time[]

Audio stories[]

BBC Audio[]

Doctor Who Main Range[]

Special Releases[]

The Lost Stories[]

Fourth Doctor Adventures[]

Time Lord Victorious[]

Fifth Doctor Adventures[]

Novel Adaptations[]

Eighth Doctor Adventures[]

The Eighth Doctor: The Time War[]

The Tenth Doctor and River Song[]

Destiny of the Doctor[]

The Early Adventures[]

The Companion Chronicles[]

Jago and Litefoot[]

The Paternoster Gang[]

UNIT: The New Series[]

The Diary of River Song[]


Rose Tyler: The Dimension Cannon[]


Comic stories[]

Doctor Who Magazine[]

Doctor Who Storybook[]


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