More Short Trips was the second book in the BBC Books Short Trips series.

Publisher's summary Edit

Here on Earth or out in the depths of the cosmos, the Doctor and his companions are never far from adventure. More Short Trips — the cleverly-titled follow-up to the popular Short Trips volume of short stories — takes the time travellers on another careering course of exciting escapade throughout time and space.

Showcasing the talents of both established authors and first-time writers, More Short Trips features every TV Doctor and a whole host of companions — plus a few surprises...

Discover things on Earth you were never meant to know. Get around the universe. Get short tripping.

Individual stories Edit

Title Author Featuring
TotemTara SammsEighth Doctor
Scientific AdviserIan AtkinsSecond Doctor
Missing, Part One: Business as UsualGary RussellMel
Moon GraffitiDave StoneSixth Doctor, Peri
One Bad AppleSimon ForwardFourth Doctor, Leela
64 Carlysle StreetGary RussellFirst Doctor, Steven, Dodo
The Eternity ContractSteve LyonsFifth Doctor, Nyssa
The Sow in RutRobert Perry and Mike TuckerSarah Jane Smith, K9 Mark III
Special WeaponsPaul LeonardSeventh Doctor, Mel
Honest LivingJason LoborikThird Doctor, Jo, the Brig
Dead TimeAndrew MillerEighth Doctor, Sam
Romans CutawayDavid A. McInteeFirst Doctor, Barbara, Ian, Vicki
Return of the SpidersGareth RobertsFourth Doctor, Romana II, K9 Mark II
Hot IceChristopher BulisFifth Doctor, Peri
uPVCPaul FarnsworthSecond Doctor, Jamie, Zoe, Seventh Doctor, Ace
Good CompanionsPeter AnghelidesFuture Doctor
Missing, Part Two: Message in a BottleRobert Perry and Mike TuckerMel
Femme FatalePaul MagrsEighth Doctor, Sam

Audiobook Edit

Two stories from the anthology, Moon Graffiti and Dead Time, were released on cassette tapes, alongside a story from the first Short Trips anthology and an original story. Moon Graffiti was released on Out of the Darkness (read by Colin Baker and Nicola Bryant), and Dead Time on Earth and Beyond (read by Paul McGann). These were again released on MP3-CD on Tales from the TARDIS volumes 1 and 2 respectively.

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