The True History of Faction Paradox was a series of six full cast Faction Paradox audio dramas written by Lawrence Miles and produced by Magic Bullet Productions. They continued from The Faction Paradox Protocols, but they were intended to be understandable even to those who had not heard the previous stories. The three returning main characters, Cousin Justine, Cousin Eliza, and Lolita, were recast to Wanda Opalinska, Jane Lesley, and Jet Tattersall, respectively. Like Protocols, True History featured several characters from past Doctor Who and Faction Paradox stories, including Sutekh and the War King; however, it had a much more high-profile guest cast, including many Doctor Who actors like Philip Madoc, Peter Miles, Julian Glover, Gabriel Woolf, and Chris Tranchell.
|1||Coming to Dust||Lawrence Miles||Justine, Eliza, Finton, Marne||23 July 2005|
|2||The Ship of a Billion Years||Justine, Eliza, Sutekh, Finton, Marne||15 April 2006|
|3||Body Politic||Justine, Eliza, Sutekh, the War King, Lolita, Anubis, Mortega||May 2008|
|4||Words from Nine Divinities||Justine, Eliza, Sutekh, the War King, Lolita, Anubis, Mortega, Nephthys||24 November 2008|
|5||Ozymandias||Justine, Horus, Sutekh, Lolita, Geb, Nephthys, Finton, Marne||8 June 2009|
|6||The Judgment of Sutekh||23 November 2009|
- From the perspective of Sutekh, the entire series acts as a prequel to TV: Pyramids of Mars.
- In contrast with The Faction Paradox Protocols, which was comprised of three two-part stories, Alan Stevens described The True History of Faction Paradox as "a six-part story".
- Author Lawrence Miles had wanted to write a series about the Egyptian pantheon since his childhood, and he had been planning an Osirian arc for The Faction Paradox Protocols since at least 2004.
- The series was produced by Alistair Lock, who had just produced Kaldor City for Magic Bullet Productions, rather than The Faction Paradox Protocols producer Nigel Fairs, who had already begun producing Sapphire and Steel for Big Finish Productions with many of the same cast members from Protocols. To avoid having to recast too many characters, Stevens asked Miles to minimise returning characters; while Justine, Eliza, and Lolita were essential to the ongoing story, Lord Sandwich and the Sieur d'Eon were left out.