Subscriber and Special Releases

  • DWM 300 – Last of the Titans (1)

    The 7th Doctor is separated from the TARDIS within the bowels of a gigantic, ancient spaceship. The ship has one humanoid inhabitant, but is he really as friendly as he seems?

  • DWM 313 – The Ratings War (1)

    The 6th Doctor comes up against Beep the Meep, an old enemy from the comic series, and has to stop his plans to commit murder by television.

  • DWM 337 – Living Legend (1)

    The world faces imminent destruction when Italy wins the World Cup! Can the fabled Time Lady Charleyostiantayshius save humanity from the dreaded Threllip Empire, or will her idiot assistant, the Doctor, ruin everything?

  • 33.5 – The Maltese Penguin (1)

    Frobisher has left the Doctor and is having a largely unsuccessful career as a private investigator, when he gets the case of a lifetime.

  • DWM 326 – No Place like Home (1)

    Whilst showing his latest companion, Erimem, around her new home, the Doctor discovers that the TARDIS seems remarkably keen to be as unhelpful as possible. Almost as if it wants rid of its occupants…

  • The Davros Mission (1)

    After his capture on Necros, Davros is destined to face the justice of the Daleks. He sits alone, isolated in his cell. His creations will no longer listen to him. But out of the darkness comes a voice…

    Davros is no longer alone in his torment. Before he faces trial on the planet Skaro, he must go through an ordeal that will force him to the very limits of his sanity.

    But where do his true loyalties lie? How will he face the future?

  • I – Real Time (1)

    The 6th Doctor and Evelyn Smythe are sent to Planet Chronos to find and bring back several survey mission teams that have vanished into thin air, but the reason for their disappearance is more sinister than anyone expected…

  • II – Shada (2)

    A remake of the unfinished Tom Baker story that was never broadcast due to a strike at the BBC. The 8th Doctor is reunited with his old friends Romana and K9 as he answers a summons from Professor Chronotis, a retired Time Lord now living in a Cambridge college.

  • III – Her Final Flight (1)

    When the Doctor lands on Refiloe, he’s not impressed. In fact, he doesn’t intend to stay, but someone has decided that the TARDIS has made her final flight. Someone whose future depends on the Doctor’s death.

  • IV – Cryptobiosis (1)

    There’s a ship out there, on the ocean. She’s called Lankester and every year she sails from Madagascar to New Orleans and back again. Every year. Without exception. Regular as clockwork.

    Her schedule is never behind. Her cargo is always fresh.

    This trip, she has passengers. The passengers have baggage.

    And the baggage might just be enough to sink her.

  • DWM 367 – The Veiled Leopard (1)

    Monte Carlo, 1966:

    Four time travellers. Two missions. One costumed ball. The 5th Doctor has sent Peri and Erimem to prevent the fabulous Veiled Leopard diamond from being stolen.

    Which is odd, seeing as the 7th Doctor has sent Ace and Hex to steal it.

  • V – Return of the Daleks (1)

    The 7th Doctor gets involved with the events in Dalek Empire, as he tries to stop the Daleks gaining a terrible advantage in the war.

  • VI – Return to the Web Planet (1)

    It’s been hundreds of years and several regenerations since the Doctor last visited the insect world of Vortis. Much has changed during his absence, but not necessarily for the better.

    This now green and pleasant land isn’t the paradise it first appears. Something malevolent is living out in The Desolation. And the Doctor and Nyssa must solve the mystery before the City of Light is overrun.

  • VII – Return of the Krotons (1)

    The dead planet Onyakis is being plundered by the last survivors of the human race, and their leader, Commander Cobden, will stop at nothing to get what he wants. Already there are rumours of people who stand against him disappearing but when the Doctor and Charley side with those trying to expose Cobden, they discover something worse.

  • DWM 393 – Cuddlesome (2)

    A remake of the Audio Visual of the same name, The 5th Doctor must stop a deadly new range of children’s toys before they kill everyone on Earth.

  • VIII – An Earthly Child (1)

    Thirty years on from the Daleks’ invasion of Earth, the scars still haven’t healed. The survivors inhabit a world thrown back two hundred years, a world of crop shortages and civil unrest. A world where the brightest and best of its young people are drawn to the xenophobic Earth United group.

    A world sliding into a new Dark Age, believes Susan Campbell, widow of one of the heroes of the Occupation. A world in need of alien intervention. A world in need of hope.

    But as Susan takes drastic action to secure the planet’s future, she’s oblivious to the fact that her student son, Alex, ensnared by Earth United, is in need of alien intervention too. Or so Alex’s
    great-grandfather thinks.

  • IX – The Four Doctors (1)


    The Fifth Doctor investigates the Vault of Stellar Curios, where he has observed evidence of time leakage. But then the Daleks attack, looking for the contents of the mysterious vault. The Eighth Doctor also shows up and he and his former self create a time loop trap, spanning between their lives. This sends the Daleks to the Seventh Doctor’s encounter with Michael Faraday in 1854 and the Sixth Doctor’s visit to an early Dalek battlefield.

  • X – The Five Companions (1)


    The Fifth Doctor meets up with his distant past – the schoolteacher who settled down, the space pilot who became a King, the security agent who died and lived again and the swinging Sixties secretary who has made her own way in the world.

  • XI – Night of the Stormcrow (1)

    High atop Mount McKerry sits the observatory. For years now it’s been watching the skies. Now something’s watching back. Something dark and huge that blots out the stars. Something with giant wings. Something that kills.

    When the TARDIS is struck mid-flight, the Doctor and Leela crash-land on the mountain to find they are not the only aliens to be visiting. Beings of nothing infest the complex, staff members are dead or mad. As the survivors argue amongst themselves and attempt to take advantage of the situation, a creature vast and terrible is coming ever closer.

    A creature called… Stormcrow.

  • XII – Trial of the Valeyard (1)

    There is some evil in all of us – even the Doctor. Transported aboard the Time Lords’ orbiting courtroom, the Doctor once again encounters the Valeyard, an amalgamation of the darker sides of his nature. This time, however, the Doctor isn’t in the dock. This time, the Valeyard is the defendant, accused of a crime so terrible that the presiding Inquisitor is forbidden to reveal it even to the court, nor even to his counsel for the defence… the Doctor.

    If the Valeyard is found guilty, he’ll be executed. Execute the Valeyard, and the secret of his origins dies with him. A secret that the Doctor is desperate to know… and which the Time Lords will stop at nothing to protect.

  • The Light at the End (1)

    November 23rd 1963 proves to be a significant day in the lives of all eight Doctors…

    It’s the day that Bob Dovie’s life is ripped apart…

    It’s also a day that sets in motion a catastrophic chain of events which forces the first eight incarnations of the Doctor to fight for their very existence. As a mysterious, insidious chaos unfolds within the TARDIS, the barriers of time break apart…

    From suburban England through war-torn alien landscapes and into a deadly, artificial dimension, all these Doctors and their companions must struggle against the power of an unfathomable, alien technology.

    From the very beginning, it is clear that the Master is somehow involved. By the end, for the Doctors, there may only be darkness.

  • Philip Hinchcliffe Presents (1)

    Philip Hinchcliffe, acclaimed producer of Doctor Who (1975-77) returns to tell new stories for the Fourth Doctor and Leela.

    The Ghosts of Gralstead (Six episodes)

    The Doctor and Leela return to Victorian London, in the year 1860.

    At St Clarence’s Hospital, respected surgeon Sir Edward Scrivener requires the bodies of the dead… At Doctor McDivett’s Exhibition of Living Wonders and Curiosities, miracles are afoot… And in Gralstead House, the ghost will walk again. Mordrega has come to Earth…

    The Devil’s Armada (Four episodes)

    The TARDIS lands in Sissenden Village in the sixteenth century. Catholic priests are hunted, so-called witches are drowned in the ducking stool, and in the shadows the Vituperon are watching… and waiting…

  • The Ultimate Adventure (2)

    A special audio adaptation of the Doctor Who stageplay from the 1980s. The Doctor and his companions confront the Daleks who have allied themselves with the Cybermen and a deadly band of mercenaries, in an epic adventure spanning time and space.

  • The Seven Keys to Doomsday (2)

    A special audio adaptation of the Doctor Who stageplay from the 1970s. The Doctor takes his companions Jenny and Jimmy to the planet Karn where they must locate the seven crystal keys. If they fail the Daleks will unleash their evil on the universe!

  • Curse of the Daleks (1)

    An audio adaptation of the Doctor Who stageplay from the 1960s. The space ship Starfinder is taking two dangerous criminals for trial on Earth but needs to make an emergency landing on the planet of the Daleks – Skaro! Are the Daleks really defeated or are they about to be awakened?

  • The Churchill Years (1)

    A box set of four stories starring Ian McNeice as the legendary war-time Prime Minister Winston Churchill.

    1. The Oncoming Storm by Phil Mulryne

    Late 1939. Britain faces the might of Germany. Winston Churchill serves as First Lord of the Admiralty. But Churchill soon finds himself facing a more immediate threat than the looming Nazi menace. A ‘Stone’ with the most mysterious properties is discovered in the Thames’ sands, and soon oddly spoken soldiers are creeping round London ruthlessly trying to acquire it. Who are they? Can Churchill and his new secretary Hetty Warner defeat them? And what about the man in the battered leather jacket that Hetty meets? Churchill feels sure they can rely on the Doctor to help them! Except that this Doctor seems to want to stay hidden in the shadows…

    2. Hounded by Alan Barnes

    In the dark days of 1941, Britain is in the midst of war. Churchill must stand strong against the might of the enemy – but he is plagued by a darkness in his own psyche. Something he calls ‘the Black Dog’.

    Can a visiting Swami hold the answer to his troubles? And can Hetty Warner prevent the Prime Minister’s adversaries from taking advantage of the situation?

    Across London, the Tenth Doctor’s arrival may be the nation’s only hope – but the Time Lord’s plan to help his friend is endangered when he finds himself declared a traitor by the agents of the country he has come to protect…

    3. Living History by Justin Richards

    Finally given the chance to travel in the TARDIS, Winston Churchill cannot resist the opportunity of meeting Julius Caesar. But the trip does not go quite as planned. With the TARDIS gone, and Churchill stranded in ancient Britain with a young man he barely knows and who comes from the future, it seems things can hardly get any worse.

    Until he is captured by the invading Romans.

    Still, at least that means Churchill will meet Julius Caesar after all. But then Churchill learns of the Bronze God, feared and worshipped by the Ancient Britons. A god that he recognises as anything but divine when he meets it.

    4. The Chartwell Metamorphosis by Ken Bentley

    Comfortably retired to his home at Chartwell, Churchill plans to live out his days in peace, in the company of his butterflies – if his attendants would just leave him alone.

    But it isn’t simply Lepidoptera breeding in the gardens, as a far more sinister species is about to emerge from its cocoon – and is ready to feast on something more than just the shrubberies.

    Surrounded on all sides, the former Prime Minister must put a life’s worth of experience into action in order to win the day. Can his new nurse Lily Arwell offer her assistance?

  • The Worlds of Doctor Who (0)

    An epic adventure uniting the Doctor’s friends across time and space, featuring Jago & Litefoot, Counter-Measures, the Vault and Gallifrey.

    1: Mind Games by Justin Richards
    In Victorian England, Henry Gordon Jago and Professor Litefoot investigate worrying events on the streets of London – which seem to be linked to the New Regency Theatre’s resident act, the mesmerist Mr Rees…

    2: The Reesinger Process by Justin Richards
    London, 1964, and the repercussions of Jago and Litefoot’s adventure are dealt with by Sir Toby Kinsella and his crack team of specialists at Counter-Measures. What is the Reesinger Process – and who is behind it?

    3: The Screaming Skull by Jonathan Morris

    Disgraced soldiers Ruth Matheson and Charlie Sato are called back into action by Captain Mike Yates, when the UNIT Vault is mysteriously locked down by a deadly force. Together they must infiltrate the Vault and get those trapped out alive. But what enemy are they facing?

    4: Second Sight by Nick Wallace and Justin Richards
    The actions of Mr Rees have alerted the Time Lords of Gallifrey, and Romana has assigned her best warrior. Independently, the Sixth Doctor has arrived on Earth. A power from the dawn of the Universe is about to be unleashed once more…

  • Classic Doctors New Monsters Vol. 1 (4)

    1.1 Fallen Angels by Phil Mulryne
    2015: When sightseers Joel and Gabby Finch encounter a strange man in Edwardian cricketing garb in the Sistine Chapel, their honeymoon suddenly takes a terrifying turn.
    1511: Michelangelo is commissioned to create some very special sculptures by a mysterious sect. But as he carves, angels seem to emerge fully-formed from the rock. Almost as if they are alive…
    From Michelangelo’s workshop to the catacombs of Rome, the Fifth Doctor must keep his wits about him and his eyes wide open as he confronts the Weeping Angels.

    1.2 Judoon in Chains  by Simon Barnard and Paul Morris
    The Sixth Doctor is no stranger to courtroom drama, but faces a very different challenge when he prepares to defend a most unusual Judoon.
    After an environmental clearance mission goes wrong, Captain Kybo of the Nineteenth Judoon Interplantary Force is stranded in Victorian England, bound in chains, an exhibit in a circus show. But he has allies: Eliza Jenkins – known to audiences as ‘Thomasina Thumb’ – and the larger-than-life ‘clown’ in the colourful coat.
    Uncovering a trail of injustice and corruption, the Doctor and Kybo soon find themselves on trial for their lives…

    1.3 Harvest of the Sycorax by James Goss
    In the far future, humanity has a remedy for everything. Whatever the problem, Pharma Corps has the answer and a designer disease tailored to every human’s blood-type. Zanzibar Hashtag has no need to be sad, scared, stressed, or depressed ever again.
    That is, until vicious aliens arrive on her space station intent on opening its Vault. What will it mean for the human race if the Sycorax take control of what’s inside?
    And when the Seventh Doctor arrives on the scene, can he convince Zanzibar to care about her life long enough to help him?

    1.4 The Sontaran Ordeal by Andrew Smith
    An instant of the Time War brings centuries of conflict to the planet Drakkis, and the Eighth Doctor is there to witness the terrible results.
    A Sontaran fleet, desperate to join the epic conflict, follows in its wake to take advantage of the fallout. But when Commander Jask is beamed down to the ravaged surface, there is more to his arrival than first appears.
    Soon, an unlikely champion joins forces with the Time Lord to fight for the future of her world, and together they must face the Sontaran Ordeal…

  • Philip Hinchcliffe Presents – The Genesis Chamber (1)

    The TARDIS arrives on a human colony world, where the city dwellers rely on advanced technology to create their children, while shunning the primitives who live outside the city. But neither group realises that a third force threatens their very existence…

  • Philip Hinchcliffe Presents – The Helm of Awe (1)

    The TARDIS arrives on the remote Shetland isle of Bothness and the Doctor and Leela find themselves threatened by Vikings! Only all is not as it seems. The locals are celebrating the old Norse fire festival of Up Helly Aa, so there’s nothing to be worried about. Or is there?

    For, unknown to the islanders, the TARDIS crew are on the trail of an ancient artefact invested with mysterious powers that has recently been stolen and brought to this remote location.

    Somewhere on this island lurks something ancient, and evil, and alien. The Doctor and Leela will have to stop it. Only on this occasion time might not be on their side.

  • Classic Doctors New Monsters Vol 2. (4)

    Night of the Vashta Nerada by John Dorney

    Funworld was set to be the happiest planet in the galaxy. A planet of joy, of euphoria, of laughter and delight. Except construction was marred by reports of a predator and then, a few days before opening, all communication ceased. Owner Georgia Donnelly is desperate to open the resort and has hired Amanda Steele’s crew to find out what happened on the planet. They’re the best. But even they might not be up to the task. Joined by the Doctor and being picked off one by one, they slowly start to realise that something terrifying lurks in the shadows.

    Empire of the Racnoss by Scott Handcock

    When a distress call rips the TARDIS from the Vortex, dragging it back through time, it arrives in the midst of a conflict between Gallifrey and an ancient foe. The Doctor, as ever, wants to help, but in returning a wounded combatant home, he becomes further and further entangled in a web of deceit and recrimination. A web spun by an eight-legged Empress and her minions…

    The Empire of the Racnoss is at war, and wherever he stands, the Doctor is on the wrong side.

    The Carrionite Curse by Simon Guerrier

    Katy Bell returns to her Midlands home to find strange goings-on at the buskers fair. A witch trial in the 1980s. A bonfire ready to be lit…
    Luckily, a colourful visitor is already investigating, and the local vicar, Katy’s dad, is versed in tales of the macabre. Terrifying forces are on the loose, and the town hall holds a secret. There is black magic in the Black Country, and the Doctor has the name of his enemy on the tip of his tongue…
    Something wicked this way comes.

    Day of the Vashta Nerada by Matt Fitton

    As the Time War rages, Cardinal Ollistra of Gallifrey seeks to create ever more dangerous weapons to deploy against the enemy.
    When the Doctor stumbles across Synthesis Station, he discovers that the Time Lords have sponsored a project to weaponise already-lethal creatures. But in doing so, Eva Morrison and her team have unwittingly used a colony of Vashta Nerada with a very unfortunate history of humanoid contact.
    The Doctor finds himself leading a desperate race for survival, in which the shadows may be the least of their worries…

  • The Churchill Years Vol 2 (4)

    Young Winston by Paul Morris
    London, 1899. After spending time in warzones abroad, Winston Churchill considers a Parliamentary career. But a memento from his visit to Cuba, four years earlier, returns to haunt him. Across the city, the Great Detective has a mysterious caller, all the way from Havana. As ruthless mercenaries wield alien powers, young Winston and Madame Vastra learn they have a mutual friend – an eccentric young man, sporting a bowtie…

    Human Conflict by Iain McLaughlin
    1941. The Prime Minister has much on his mind as London reels from the Blitz. When a daring mission to discover Nazi secrets bears unexpected results, Churchill heads north to retrieve technology that could win the war. But an old ally is set against his intent. Weary from his own people’s conflict, the Doctor knows that some weapons should never enter the field of human conflict.

    I Was Churchill’s Double by Alan Barnes
    Alexandra Palace, 1942. Strange television signals show a paranoid Churchill urging on the resistance in German-occupied Britain. A man in a battered leather jacket makes a guest appearance. The broadcasts come from another world, one where the country is now part of the Kaiser’s Empire. Of course, the Doctor is involved, and while Churchill claims to understand the notion of ‘alternative histories’, he never expected to be part of one.

    Churchill Victorious by Robert Khan & Tom Salinsky
    VE Day, 1945. The war is over. The PM has seen the crowds and made his speech. Now he wishes to soak up the atmosphere, moving incognito among his fellow countrymen. But an alien interloper lurks in a backstreet tavern, and ‘William Churchyard’ must lead a few plucky Londoners into one more fight. The Doctor is in trouble, and at the time of his greatest victory, Churchill also faces his greatest danger…

  • The Eighth of March (4)

    Scattered through all of space and time, there are many women whose paths have crossed that of the Doctor.

    Some were once fellow TARDIS travellers, some staunch allies defending the Earth, and one was the Doctor’s wife…

    From Victorian London, to an intergalactic convention, from the offices of UNIT, to an impossible university library – on the 8th of March, four very different adventures will unfold.

    1. Emancipation by Lisa McMullin

    When River Song crashes a Galactic Heritage convention, posing as the wrong Time Lord, Leela is sent by Gallifrey to investigate.

    But before the canapés are cold and the champagne becomes warm, they find themselves embroiled in a royal kidnapping.

    2. The Big Blue Book by Lizzie Hopley

    With the Doctor AWOL, Benny and Ace are left to their own devices, going native in a Liverpool university.

    Benny accepts an invitation she really shouldn’t, and Ace meets a very strange collector.

    An alien library is about to gain a big, blue book… but where’s the TARDIS?

    3. Inside Every Warrior by Gemma Langford

    The Great Detective, Madame Vastra, aided by her resourceful spouse, Jenny Flint, and loyal valet, Strax, is looking into a series of mysterious break-ins.

    An eccentric scientist and his put-upon assistant are the latest victims. Evidence mounts, with animal footprints and a trail of destruction.

    4. Narcissus by Sarah Grochala

    When one of their own goes missing, Kate Stewart and the two Osgoods decide to investigate.

    Narcissus is interested only in the most beautiful people, but as the UNIT operatives are about to discover, its true purpose is something far from desirable.

  • The Comic Strip Adaptations Volume 01 (2)

    1. Doctor Who and the Iron Legion adapted by Alan Barnes

    1979 AD! Led by the terrible General Ironicus, the mighty Iron Legion – robot veterans of the Eternal War – have come, seen and conquered the English village of Stockbridge!

    Caught up in the mayhem, the Doctor pursues the Legion back through the great Dimension Duct to their place of origin – an alternative Earth where Rome never fell…

    But can he survive the horrors of the gladiatorial Hyp-Arena long enough to uncover the terrifying secret at the heart of the Galactic Roman Empire?

    2. Doctor Who and the Star Beast adapted by Alan Barnes

    1980 AD! In Yorkshire, the authorities have dismissed reports that an Unidentified Flying Object was seen plummeting towards the ground… moments before the explosion that destroyed the Blackcastle Steel Mills. After all, Blackcastle is the last place on Earth aliens would ever want to visit…

    Local teenagers Sharon and Fudge know better. ’Cos they’ve found an actual space alien hiding in the allotments. He’s their alien. Their secret. And his name is… The Meep.

    He’s not the only alien in Blackcastle, though. His pursuers, the terrible Wrarth Warriors, are on his trail, along with their unwitting accomplice: The Doctor!