Doctor Who is a British science fiction television programme produced by the BBC since 1963. Hundreds of novelisations of the series have been published by various publishers, the majority based on the original 1963–1989 run of the series.

History

Frederick Muller Ltd.

Frederick Muller Ltd. commissioned David Whitaker to novelise the first Dalek serial under the title Doctor Who in an Exciting Adventure with the Daleks, which was published November 1964 in hardcover just in time for the second Dalek serial, The Dalek Invasion of Earth to be transmitted. The success of this book warranted two reprintings by 1965 and led Frederick Muller to commission two further novelisations, Doctor Who and the Zarbi and Doctor Who and the Crusaders, which were published in 1965 and 1966 respectively. Sales of these books did not live up to the first and so the short range was brought to an end.[1]

Doctor Who in an Exciting Adventure with the Daleks was reissued in paperback October 1965 by Armada Books, an imprint of May Fair Books, with new illustrations. [2] Doctor Who and the Crusaders was reissued in paperback in 1967 by Green Dragon, an imprint of Atlantic Books, again with new illustrations.[3] All three books with reissued in hardcover in 1975 by White Lion, all featuring Tom Baker's Fourth Doctor on the cover while retaining the First Doctor illustrations inside. [3]

Target Books

In 1972 Universal-Tandem Publishing was looking to create a children's book imprint, Target Books. In a visit to Frederick Muller's offices, the three 1960s Doctor Who books were optioned, and then the BBC was contacted with a view to publish new books. This call to the BBC met with enthusiastic support from the current script editor, Terrance Dicks.[4] The Doctor Who novelisations quickly became a backbone of the imprint, surviving corporate acquisitions and novelising almost every Doctor Who television story. New novelisations under the Target imprint came to an end in 1991 (although three more were published under their parent company's new Doctor Who Books imprint). Reprints under the Target imprint continued through 1994.

A short series entitled The Companions of Doctor Who comprised the novelisation of K-9 and Company along with the original works Turlough and the Earthlink Dilemma and Harry Sullivan's War. In addition to the television serials, three scripts from the cancelled Season 23—The Nightmare Fair, The Ultimate Evil and Mission to Magnus—were novelised. The former sold less well than the usual novelisations, while the latter sold as well.[5] Target also novelised two additional non-televised stories: the radio play Slipback and the audio story The Pescatons.

Doctor Who Books

Virgin Books created a new imprint, Doctor Who Books, for their Doctor Who novels and non-fiction books. This imprint published the last three books in the "Doctor Who Library" established by Target. (The Power of the Daleks, The Evil of the Daleks, and the radio play The Paradise of Death)

Further novelisations were published as part of their monthly novel lines. Barry Letts's radio drama, The Ghosts of N-Space was published as part of the Virgin Missing Adventures range in 1995, as was the novelisation of the independent spin-off Downtime in 1996. The Virgin New Adventures range published a novelisation of Shakedown: The Return of the Sontarans in 1995.

BBC Books

In 1996 the BBC chose not to renew Virgin's license for publishing Doctor Who fiction, preferring to bring the novels back in house. BBC Books published a novelisation of the 1996 Doctor Who television movie. They also published a novelisation of the webcast Scream of the Shalka as part of the Past Doctor Adventures range in 2004. From 2012 to 2019, BBC Books published novelisations of the 1970s and 1980s serials Target was unable to publish (The Pirate Planet, City of Death, Shada, Resurrection of the Daleks, and Revelation of the Daleks). Novelisations of the unproduced scripts Doctor Who and the Krikkitmen and Doctor Who Meets Scratchman were published in 2018 and 2019 respectively.

BBC Books began reprinting selected Target novelisations starting in July 2011.[6]

The Target Collection

Starting in 2018, BBC Books published novelisations of selected episodes of the revived series as part of a range dubbed The Target Collection featuring the Target logo.[7] Paperback editions of City of Death, The Pirate Planet, Resurrection of the Daleks, Revelation of the Daleks, and the 1996 television movie were also added to the revived Target range. (City of Death and The Pirate Planet were abridged from their previous BBC Books editions.) In 2022, printed versions of the previously audiobook-only adaptations by David Fisher of The Stones of Blood and The Androids of Tara were also added to the range.

Audiobooks

In 2005, BBC Audio released unabridged audiobook versions of the first three Frederick Muller novelisations, read by actor William Russell (who played Ian Chesterton). Beginning in September 2007, they began releasing further unabridged audiobooks of the Target novelisations at a regular rate.

An Unearthly Child was set to receive a new novelisation exclusive to audio, read by William Russell, written by Nigel Robinson, and released by AudioGo. The audiobook was originally scheduled to be released November 2013, but the release was cancelled due to AudioGo's bankruptcy. After being rescheduled for a November 2014 release and then pulled from the schedule, rights issues are currently preventing its release.[8]

Pearson Education

Pearson Education published adaptations of four Eleventh Doctor stories in 2011 (two of which were photnovelisations) and six Twelfth Doctor stories in 2018 for use in schools.

Publication details

Writing

Although Target endeavoured to commission the original scriptwriters to novelise their own stories, this was not always possible. As a result, many books in the Target line were written by Terrance Dicks.[9] During the late 1970s to early 1980s, Target, which classified the novelisations as children's fiction, imposed a page limit of 128 pages. Some books (particularly several by Dicks) even fell short of this limit. By the late 1980s, however, the page cap had been lifted, although John Peel was still required to split his novelisation of the epic 12-episode The Daleks' Master Plan into two volumes because the manuscript was too long.

Titles

For the first few years of the Target line, it was common practice for the novels to have titles that differed from the adapted serials: for example, Doctor Who and the Auton Invasion, which was based upon the serial Spearhead from Space. This practice was dropped in the mid-1970s. Another tradition established by the books was to prepend the words "Doctor Who and ..." to the titles, except in a few cases where impractical. This practice continued until the early 1980s. From 1990 onwards reprints of the books generally dropped "Doctor Who and..." from the title and changed titles back to the original television story, although some of the reprints merely rejacketed earlier stock.

Illustrators

The first of the Target reissues featured new cover artwork by Chris Achilleos, who went on to illustrate over 30 of the novelisations throughout the 1970s.[10] British artist Andrew Skilleter created much of the cover art from 1979 to 1994, along with video covers and other merchandise.[11][12] His work on Doctor Who was showcased in his 1995 volume Blacklight: The Art of Andrew Skilleter.[12][13]

Numbering

Target began numbering its novelisations from 1983, with almost all of the first seventy-three books being numbered as reprints came out. The first new book to be numbered was Time-Flight. Target's numbering did not initially reflect original publication order (which would have placed David Whitaker's Doctor Who and the Daleks book first), but rather was conducted in alphabetical order, so that the novelisation of The Abominable Snowmen was numbered "1". The numbering likewise had no connection with production or broadcast order. Due to print delays and last-minute reordering of publication schedules, some of the later books were released out of numeric order. The revived "Target Collection" from BBC Books is not numbered.

Releases

First Doctor

Featuring William Hartnell's First Doctor

Season Story no. Library no.[a] Novelisation title Author Hardcover
release date[b]
Paperback
release date[c]
Audiobook
release date[d]
1 001 68 Doctor Who and An Unearthly Child Terrance Dicks 15 October 1981[14]
002 Doctor Who in an Exciting Adventure with the Daleks David Whitaker 12 November 1964[e][15] 4 October 1965[f][15]
16 Doctor Who and the Daleks 2 May 1973[15] 7 March 2005[15]
003 132 The Edge of Destruction Nigel Robinson 19 May 1988[16] 20 October 1988[16] 31 August 2010[17]
004 94 Marco Polo John Lucarotti 13 December 1984[18] 11 April 1985[18] 6 December 2018[18]
005 38 Doctor Who and the Keys of Marinus Philip Hinchcliffe 21 August 1980[19] 1 September 2022[20]
006 88 The Aztecs John Lucarotti 21 June 1984[21] 20 September 1984[21] 2 August 2012[21]
007 118 The Sensorites Nigel Robinson 19 February 1987[22] 16 July 1987[22] 3 May 2012[22]
008 119 The Reign of Terror Ian Marter 19 March 1987[23] 20 August 1987[23] 2 June 2022[23]
2 009 145 Planet of Giants Terrance Dicks 18 January 1990[24] 4 May 2017[24]
010 17 Doctor Who and the Dalek Invasion of Earth 24 March 1977[25] 5 November 2009[25]
011 124 The Rescue Ian Marter 20 August 1987[26] 21 January 1988[26] 4 April 2013[26]
012 120 The Romans Donald Cotton 16 April 1987[27] 17 September 1987[27] 5 January 2023[28]
013 73 Doctor Who and the Zarbi Bill Strutton 16 September 1965[e][29] 2 May 1973[29] 7 November 2005[29]
014 Doctor Who and the Crusaders David Whitaker 24 February 1966[e][30] 1967[g][30] 7 November 2005[30]
12 17 January 1985[30] 2 May 1973[30]
015 117 The Space Museum Glyn Jones 15 January 1987[31] 18 June 1987[31] 4 February 2016[31]
016 140 The Chase John Peel 20 July 1989[32] 4 August 2011[32]
017 126 The Time Meddler Nigel Robinson 15 October 1987[33] 17 March 1988[33] 6 October 2016[33]
3 018 104 Galaxy Four William Emms 14 November 1985[34] 10 April 1986[34] 6 July 2017[34]
019, 021 141 The Daleks' Master Plan Part I: Mission to the Unknown John Peel 21 September 1989[35] 6 May 2010[35]
020 97 The Myth Makers Donald Cotton 11 April 1985[36] 12 September 1985[36] 7 April 2008[36]
021 142 The Daleks' Master Plan Part II: The Mutation of Time John Peel 19 October 1989[37] 3 June 2010[37]
022 122 The Massacre John Lucarotti 18 June 1987[38] 19 November 1987[38] 11 June 2015[38]
023 114 The Ark Paul Erickson 16 October 1986[39] 19 March 1987[39] 1 March 2018[39]
024 111 The Celestial Toymaker Gerry Davis 19 June 1986[40] 20 November 1986[40]
Alison Bingeman
025 101 The Gunfighters Donald Cotton 11 July 1985[41] 9 January 1986[41] 7 February 2013[41]
026 109 The Savages Ian Stuart Black 20 March 1986[42] 11 September 1986[42] 4 February 2021[42]
027 136 The War Machines 16 February 1989[43] 7 March 2019[43]
4 028 133 The Smugglers Terrance Dicks 16 June 1988[44] 17 November 1988[44] 6 August 2020[44]
029 62 Doctor Who and the Tenth Planet Gerry Davis 19 February 1976[45] 7 December 2017[45]
  1. ^ Number in Target's Doctor Who Library, if applicable
  2. ^ Published by Target's parent companies (Allen Wingate, W. H. Allen, BBC Books) unless otherwise indicated
  3. ^ Published by Target Books (or by BBC Books under the Target Collection umbrella) unless otherwise indicated
  4. ^ Unabridged from BBC Audio/AudioGo unless otherwise indicated
  5. ^ a b c Published by Frederick Muller Ltd.
  6. ^ Published by Armada Books
  7. ^ Published by Green Dragon

Second Doctor

Featuring Patrick Troughton's Second Doctor

Season Story no. Library no.[a] Novelisation title Author Hardcover
release date[b]
Paperback
release date[c]
Audiobook
release date[d]
4 030 154 The Power of the Daleks John Peel 15 July 1993[46] 3 November 2022[47]
031 90 The Highlanders Gerry Davis 16 August 1984[48] 15 November 1984[48] 6 September 2012[48]
032 129 The Underwater Menace Nigel Robinson 18 February 1988[49] 21 July 1988[49] 2 December 2021[49]
033 14 Doctor Who and the Cybermen Gerry Davis 16 July 1981[50] 20 February 1975[50] 12 March 2009[50]
034 123 The Macra Terror Ian Stuart Black 16 July 1987[51] 10 December 1987[51] 4 August 2016[51]
035 116 The Faceless Ones Terrance Dicks 11 December 1986[52] 21 May 1987[52] 2 May 2019[52]
036 155 The Evil of the Daleks John Peel 19 August 1993[53]
5 037 66 Doctor Who and the Tomb of the Cybermen Gerry Davis 18 May 1978[54] 7 March 2013[54]
038 1 Doctor Who and the Abominable Snowmen Terrance Dicks 17 January 1985[55] 21 November 1974[55] 24 March 2009[55]
039 33 Doctor Who and the Ice Warriors Brian Hayles 18 March 1976[56] 7 January 2010[56]
040 24 Doctor Who and the Enemy of the World Ian Marter 16 April 1981[57] 4 July 2019[57]
041 72 Doctor Who and the Web of Fear Terrance Dicks 19 August 1976[58] 3 August 2017[58]
042 110 Fury from the Deep Victor Pemberton 22 May 1986[59] 16 October 1986[59] 7 July 2011[59]
043 130 The Wheel in Space Terrance Dicks 17 March 1988[60] 18 August 1988[60] 5 August 2021[60]
6 044 86 The Dominators Ian Marter 19 April 1984[61] 19 July 1984[61] 6 September 2018[61]
045 115 The Mind Robber Peter Ling 20 November 1986[62] 16 April 1987[62] 6 August 2009[62]
046 98 The Invasion Ian Marter 16 May 1985[63] 10 October 1985[63] 7 April 2016[63]
047 99 The Krotons Terrance Dicks 13 June 1985[64] 14 November 1985[64] 2 April 2020[64]
048 112 The Seeds of Death 17 July 1986[65] 4 December 1986[65] 2 February 2023[66]
049 147 The Space Pirates 15 March 1990[67] 1 December 2016[67]
050 70 Doctor Who and the War Games Malcolm Hulke 25 October 1979[68] 25 September 1979[68] 1 February 2011[68]
  1. ^ Number in Target's Doctor Who Library, if applicable
  2. ^ Published by Target's parent companies (Allen Wingate, W. H. Allen, BBC Books) unless otherwise indicated
  3. ^ Published by Target Books (or by BBC Books under the Target Collection umbrella) unless otherwise indicated
  4. ^ Unabridged from BBC Audio/AudioGo unless otherwise indicated

Third Doctor

Featuring Jon Pertwee's Third Doctor.

Season Story no. Library no.[a] Novelisation title Author Hardcover
release date[b]
Paperback
release date[c]
Audiobook
release date[d]
7 051 6 Doctor Who and the Auton Invasion Terrance Dicks 17 January 1974 12 June 2008
052 9 Doctor Who and the Cave Monsters Malcolm Hulke 17 January 1974 3 September 2007
053 121 The Ambassadors of Death Terrance Dicks 21 May 1987 15 October 1987 4 January 2018
054 89 Inferno 19 July 1984 18 October 1984 7 April 2011
8 055 63 Doctor Who and the Terror of the Autons 19 February 1981 15 May 1975 5 August 2010
056 96 The Mind of Evil 21 March 1985 11 July 1985 6 April 2017
057 10 Doctor Who and the Claws of Axos 21 April 1977 4 June 2016
058 23 Doctor Who and the Doomsday Weapon Malcolm Hulke 18 March 1982 18 March 1974 3 September 2007
059 15 Doctor Who and the Dæmons Barry Letts 14 January 1982 17 October 1974 14 August 2008
9 060 18 Doctor Who and the Day of the Daleks Terrance Dicks 20 August 1981 18 March 1974 3 November 2016
061 13 Doctor Who and the Curse of Peladon Brian Hayles 17 July 1980 16 January 1975 3 July 1995 (abridged)
2 May 2013 (unabridged)
062 54 Doctor Who and the Sea-Devils Malcolm Hulke 18 June 1981 17 October 1974 7 June 2012
063 44 Doctor Who and the Mutants Terrance Dicks 29 September 1977 4 October 2018
064 102 The Time Monster 12 September 1985 13 February 1986 16 March 2023[69]
10 065 64 The Three Doctors[e] 20 November 1975 1978 [f]
7 April 2010
066 8 Doctor Who and the Carnival of Monsters 20 January 1977 1978 [f]
13 November 2014
067 57 Doctor Who and the Space War Malcolm Hulke 23 September 1976 4 February 2008
068 46 Doctor Who and the Planet of the Daleks Terrance Dicks 21 October 1976 5 June 1995 (abridged)
6 June 2013 (unabridged)
069 29 Doctor Who and the Green Death Malcolm Hulke 16 April 1981 21 August 1975 4 September 2008
11 070 65 Doctor Who and the Time Warrior Terrance Dicks[g] 18 May 1978 29 June 1978 13 November 2008
071 22 Doctor Who and the Dinosaur Invasion Malcolm Hulke 19 February 1976 5 November 2007
072 20 Death to the Daleks Terrance Dicks 20 July 1978 3 March 2016
073 43 Doctor Who and the Monster of Peladon 20 November 1980 4 December 1980 5 March 2020
074 48 Doctor Who and the Planet of the Spiders 20 November 1975 16 October 1975 4 June 2009
Radio dramas 156 The Paradise of Death Barry Letts 21 April 1994
The Ghosts of N-Space[h] 16 February 1995
  1. ^ Number in Target's Doctor Who Library, if applicable
  2. ^ Published by Target's parent companies (Allen Wingate, W. H. Allen, BBC Books) unless otherwise indicated
  3. ^ Published by Target Books (or by BBC Books under the Target Collection umbrella) unless otherwise indicated
  4. ^ Unabridged from BBC Audio/AudioGo unless otherwise indicated
  5. ^ The 1976 edition (and subsequent reprintings until 1991) is titled Doctor Who and the Three Doctors on the front cover.
  6. ^ a b Published by the Royal National Institute of the Blind
  7. ^ Prologue by Robert Holmes (uncredited)
  8. ^ Published as part of the Virgin Missing Adventures range

Fourth Doctor

Featuring Tom Baker's Fourth Doctor.

Season Story no. Library no.[a] Novelisation title Author Hardcover
release date[b]
Paperback
release date[c]
Audiobook
release date[d]
12 075 28 Doctor Who and the Giant Robot Terrance Dicks 17 April 1986 13 March 1975 5 November 2007
Junior Doctor Who and the Giant Robot December 1979[70] Early 1980[70]
076 4 Doctor Who and the Ark in Space Ian Marter 21 April 1977 10 May 1977 16 July 2015
077 56 Doctor Who and the Sontaran Experiment 7 December 1978 7 July 2016
078 27 Doctor Who and the Genesis of the Daleks Terrance Dicks 22 July 1976 10 July 2012 [e]
5 October 2017
079 51 Doctor Who and the Revenge of the Cybermen 20 May 1976 3 February 2022[71]
13 080 40 Doctor Who and the Loch Ness Monster 15 January 1976 1978 [e]
081 47 Doctor Who and the Planet of Evil 21 July 1977 18 August 1977
082 50 Doctor Who and the Pyramids of Mars 16 December 1976 14 August 2008
083 2 Doctor Who and the Android Invasion 16 November 1978 18 August 2022
084 7 Doctor Who and the Brain of Morbius 19 May 1977 23 June 1977 4 February 2008
Junior Doctor Who and the Brain of Morbius 27 June 1980 13 November 1980
085 55 Doctor Who and the Seeds of Doom Philip Hinchcliffe 17 February 1977 5 September 2019
14 086 42 Doctor Who and the Masque of Mandragora 19 January 1978 8 December 1977 9 April 2009
087 30 Doctor Who and the Hand of Fear Terrance Dicks 18 January 1979 7 January 2021
088 19 Doctor Who and the Deadly Assassin 20 October 1977 19 March 2015
089 25 Doctor Who and the Face of Evil 19 January 1978 19 January 2011[e]
7 April 2022
090 53 Doctor Who and the Robots of Death 24 May 1979 1 February 2018
091 61 Doctor Who and the Talons of Weng-Chiang 17 November 1977 1 January 2013
15 092 32 Doctor Who and the Horror of Fang Rock 30 March 1978 2 February 2017
093 36 Doctor Who and the Invisible Enemy 29 March 1979 2 August 2018
094 34 Doctor Who and the Image of the Fendahl 26 July 1979 6 February 2020
095 60 Doctor Who and the Sunmakers 18 November 1982 7 February 2019
096 67 Doctor Who and the Underworld 24 January 1980 6 May 2021
097 35 Doctor Who and the Invasion of Time 21 February 1980 1 September 2016
16 098 52 Doctor Who and the Ribos Operation Ian Marter 13 December 1979 3 March 2011
099 The Pirate Planet (unabridged) James Goss 5 January 2017 1 February 2018 [f] 5 January 2017
Doctor Who and the Pirate Planet (abridged) 11 March 2021
100 59 Doctor Who and the Stones of Blood Terrance Dicks 20 March 1980
The Stones of Blood David Fisher 14 July 2022[72] 5 May 2011
101 3 Doctor Who and the Androids of Tara Terrance Dicks 24 April 1980
The Androids of Tara David Fisher 14 July 2022[73] 5 July 2012
102 49 Doctor Who and the Power of Kroll Terrance Dicks 29 May 1980 7 October 2021
103 5 Doctor Who and the Armageddon Factor 26 June 1980 6 June 2019
17 104 21 Doctor Who and the Destiny of the Daleks 22 November 1979
105 City of Death (unabridged) James Goss 21 May 2015 11 February 2016[f] 21 May 2015
City of Death (abridged) 5 April 2018
106 11 Doctor Who and the Creature from the Pit David Fisher 15 January 1981 7 April 2008
107 45 Doctor Who and the Nightmare of Eden Terrance Dicks 18 September 1980 21 August 1980 6 October 2022
108 31 Doctor Who and the Horns of Nimon 16 October 1980
108.5 Shada Gareth Roberts 15 March 2012 31 January 2013[f] 15 March 2012
18 109 39 Doctor Who and the Leisure Hive David Fisher 22 July 1982 1 July 2013
110 75 Meglos Terrance Dicks 17 February 1983 19 May 1983 1 July 2021
111 26 Full Circle Andrew Smith 16 September 1982 15 January 2015
112 State of Decay[g] Terrance Dicks June 1981[h]
58 Doctor Who and the State of Decay 17 September 1981 14 January 1982 7 January 2016
113 71 Doctor Who and Warriors' Gate Stephen Gallagher (as John Lydecker) 15 April 1982
Warriors' Gate[g][i] 4 April 2019
114 37 Doctor Who and the Keeper of Traken Terrance Dicks 20 May 1982 1 October 2020
115 41 Logopolis Christopher H. Bidmead 21 October 1982 4 February 2010
Audio drama 153 The Pescatons Victor Pemberton 15 September 1991
Unproduced scripts Doctor Who and the Krikkitmen James Goss 18 January 2018 14 February 2019[f] 18 January 2018
Scratchman Tom Baker 24 January 2019 9 April 2020[f] 24 January 2019
  1. ^ Number in Target's Doctor Who Library, if applicable
  2. ^ Published by Target's parent companies (Allen Wingate, W. H. Allen, BBC Books) unless otherwise indicated
  3. ^ Published by Target Books (or by BBC Books under the Target Collection umbrella) unless otherwise indicated
  4. ^ Unabridged from BBC Audio/AudioGo unless otherwise indicated
  5. ^ a b c Published by the Royal National Institute of the Blind
  6. ^ a b c d e BBC Books
  7. ^ a b Original novelisation exclusive to audio
  8. ^ Published by Pickwick Talking Books
  9. ^ Expanded and restored original version as submitted to Target before John Nathan-Turner demanded that it match the transmitted version more closely.

Fifth Doctor

Featuring Peter Davison's Fifth Doctor.

Season Story no. Library no.[a] Novelisation title Author Hardcover
release date[b]
Paperback
release date[c]
Audiobook
release date[d]
19 116 76 Castrovalva Christopher H. Bidmead 17 March 1983 16 June 1983 4 March 2010
117 77 Four to Doomsday Terrance Dicks 14 April 1983 21 July 1983 2 March 2017
118 84 Kinda 8 December 1983 15 March 1984 4 August 1997 (abridged)
119 69 Doctor Who and the Visitation Eric Saward 19 August 1982 19 August 1982 4 October 2012
120 113 Black Orchid Terence Dudley 18 September 1986 19 February 1987 12 June 2008
121 78 Earthshock Ian Marter 19 May 1983 18 August 1983 2 February 2012
122 74 Time-Flight Peter Grimwade 20 January 1983 14 April 1983 1 April 2021
20 123 80 Arc of Infinity Terrance Dicks 21 July 1983 20 October 1983 3 June 2021
124 83 Snakedance 21 January 1984 19 April 1984
125 82 Mawdryn Undead Peter Grimwade 18 August 1983 12 January 1984 5 July 2018
126 79 Terminus Stephen Gallagher (as John Lydecker) 16 June 1983 15 September 1983 1 August 2019
127 85 Enlightenment Barbara Clegg 16 February 1984 24 May 1984 3 September 2020
128 108 The King's Demons Terence Dudley 20 February 1986 10 July 1986 5 May 2016
129 81 The Five Doctors Terrance Dicks 24 November 1983 2 November 2017
21 130 87 Warriors of the Deep 24 May 1984 16 August 1984 5 June 1995 (abridged)
4 May 2023[74] (unabridged)
131 95 The Awakening Eric Pringle 14 February 1985 13 June 1985 8 July 2010
132 91 Frontios Christopher H. Bidmead 20 September 1984 10 December 1984 2 March 2010[e]
16 April 2015
133 Resurrection of the Daleks Eric Saward 18 July 2019 11 March 2021 1 August 2019
134 93 Planet of Fire Peter Grimwade 18 October 1984 17 January 1985
135 92 The Caves of Androzani Terrance Dicks 15 November 1984 14 February 1985 1 November 2018
  1. ^ Number in Target's Doctor Who Library, if applicable
  2. ^ Published by Target's parent companies (Allen Wingate, W. H. Allen, BBC Books) unless otherwise indicated
  3. ^ Published by Target Books (or by BBC Books under the Target Collection umbrella) unless otherwise indicated
  4. ^ Unabridged from BBC Audio/AudioGo unless otherwise indicated
  5. ^ Published by the Royal National Institute of the Blind

Sixth Doctor

Featuring Colin Baker's Sixth Doctor.

Season Story no. Library no.[a] Novelisation title Author Hardcover
release date[b]
Paperback
release date[c]
Audiobook
release date[d]
21 136 103 The Twin Dilemma Eric Saward 10 October 1985 13 March 1986 5 January 2012
22 137 138 Attack of the Cybermen 20 April 1989 7 August 1995 (abridged)
138 106 Vengeance on Varos Philip Martin 21 January 1988 16 June 1988 3 November 1997 (abridged)
7 November 2019 (unabridged)
139 107 The Mark of the Rani Pip and Jane Baker 16 January 1986 12 June 1986 5 April 2018
140 100 The Two Doctors Robert Holmes 15 August 1985 5 December 1985 3 September 2015
141 105 Timelash Glen McCoy 12 December 1985 15 May 1986 3 March 2022[75]
142 Revelation of the Daleks Eric Saward 14 November 2019 11 March 2021 14 November 2019
23 143 127[e] The Mysterious Planet Terrance Dicks 19 November 1987 21 April 1988 2 September 2013
139 Mindwarp Philip Martin 15 June 1989
125 Terror of the Vervoids Pip and Jane Baker 17 September 1987 18 February 1988 3 October 2013
131 The Ultimate Foe 21 April 1988 15 September 1988
The Missing Episodes The Nightmare Fair Graham Williams 18 May 1989
The Ultimate Evil Wally K. Daly 17 August 1989 2 March 2010[f]
Mission to Magnus Philip Martin 19 July 1990
Radio drama Slipback Eric Saward 14 August 1986 15 January 1987
  1. ^ Number in Target's Doctor Who Library, if applicable
  2. ^ Published by Target's parent companies (Allen Wingate, W. H. Allen, BBC Books) unless otherwise indicated
  3. ^ Published by Target Books (or by BBC Books under the Target Collection umbrella) unless otherwise indicated
  4. ^ Unabridged from BBC Audio/AudioGo unless otherwise indicated
  5. ^ Mistakenly numbered as number 126 on the title page
  6. ^ Published by the Royal National Institute of the Blind

Seventh Doctor

Featuring Sylvester McCoy's Seventh Doctor.

Season Story no. Library no.[a] Novelisation title Author Hardcover
release date[b]
Paperback
release date[c]
Audiobook
release date[d]
24 144 128[e] Time and the Rani Pip and Jane Baker 17 December 1987 5 May 1988 6 January 2022[76]
145 134 Paradise Towers Stephen Wyatt 1 December 1988 5 April 2012
146 135 Delta and the Bannermen Malcolm Kohll 19 January 1989 1 June 2017
147 137 Dragonfire Ian Briggs 16 March 1989 5 December 2019
25 148 148 Remembrance of the Daleks Ben Aaronovitch 21 June 1990 19 February 2015
149 146 The Happiness Patrol Graeme Curry 15 February 1990 2 July 2009
150 143 Silver Nemesis Kevin Clarke 16 November 1989
151 144 The Greatest Show in the Galaxy Stephen Wyatt 21 December 1989 1 August 2013
26 152 152 Battlefield Marc Platt 18 July 1991 5 May 2022[77]
153 149 Ghost Light Marc Platt 20 September 1990 2 June 2011
154 151 The Curse of Fenric Ian Briggs 15 November 1990 3 September 2015
155 150 Survival Rona Munro 18 October 1990 7 September 2017
  1. ^ Number in Target's Doctor Who Library, if applicable
  2. ^ Published by Target's parent companies (Allen Wingate, W. H. Allen, BBC Books) unless otherwise indicated
  3. ^ Published by Target Books (or by BBC Books under the Target Collection umbrella) unless otherwise indicated
  4. ^ Unabridged from BBC Audio/AudioGo unless otherwise indicated
  5. ^ Mistakenly numbered as number 127

Eighth Doctor

Featuring Paul McGann's Eighth Doctor.

Season Story no. Novelisation title Author Original publisher Paperback
release date
Audiobook
release date[a]
156 The Novel of the Film Gary Russell BBC Books 15 May 1996 2 June 1997 (abridged)
The TV Movie[b] BBC Books (Target collection) 11 March 2021 11 March 2021
  1. ^ Unabridged from BBC Audio/AudioGo unless otherwise indicated
  2. ^ Revised from the previous publication[78]

Ninth Doctor

Featuring Christopher Eccleston's Ninth Doctor.

Series Story no. Novelisation title Author Original publisher Paperback
release date
Audiobook
release date[a]
1 157 Rose Russell T Davies BBC Books (Target collection) 5 April 2018 3 May 2018
161 Dalek Robert Shearman 11 March 2021 11 March 2021
  1. ^ Unabridged from BBC Audio/AudioGo unless otherwise indicated

Tenth Doctor

Featuring David Tennant's Tenth Doctor.

Series Story no. Novelisation title Author Original publisher Paperback
release date
Audiobook
release date[a]
2 167 The Christmas Invasion Jenny T. Colgan BBC Books (Target collection) 5 April 2018 5 April 2018
4 190 The Fires of Pompeii James Moran 14 July 2022[79] 14 July 2022[80]
  1. ^ Unabridged from BBC Audio/AudioGo unless otherwise indicated

Eleventh Doctor

Featuring Matt Smith's Eleventh Doctor.

Series Story no. Novelisation title Author Original publisher Paperback
release date
Audiobook
release date[a]
5 203 The Eleventh Hour Trevor Baxendale Pearson Education 5 May 2011
205 Victory of the Daleks[b] Peter Gutiérrez
206 The Time of Angels[c] Trevor Baxendale
211 The Lodger[b] Peter Gutiérrez
7 237 The Crimson Horror Mark Gatiss BBC Books (Target collection) 11 March 2021 11 March 2021
Specials 240 The Day of the Doctor [d] Steven Moffat 5 April 2018 7 June 2018
  1. ^ Unabridged from BBC Audio/AudioGo unless otherwise indicated
  2. ^ a b Photo novelisation
  3. ^ Also adapts "Flesh and Stone"
  4. ^ Also adapts "The Night of the Doctor"

Twelfth Doctor

Featuring Peter Capaldi's Twelfth Doctor.

Series Story no. Novelisation title Author Original publisher Paperback
release date
Audiobook
release date[a]
8 244 Robot of Sherwood David Maule Pearson Education 29 May 2018 29 May 2018[b]
249 Mummy on the Orient Express Jane Rollason
250 Flatline Nancy Taylor
9 256 The Girl Who Died Jane Rollason 20 September 2018 20 September 2018[b]
257 The Woman Who Lived Chris Rice
258 The Zygon Invasion[c] Peter Harness BBC Books (Target collection) 13 July 2023[81] 13 July 2023[82]
260 Face the Raven Nancy Taylor Pearson Education 20 September 2018 20 September 2018[b]
10 274 The Eaters of Light Rona Munro BBC Books (Target collection) 14 July 2022[83] 14 July 2022[84]
276 Twice Upon a Time Paul Cornell 5 April 2018 7 June 2018
  1. ^ Unabridged from BBC Audio/AudioGo unless otherwise indicated
  2. ^ a b c mp3-CD issued by Pearson with paperback of the novelisation
  3. ^ Also adapts "The Zygon Inversion".

Thirteenth Doctor

Featuring Jodie Whittaker's Thirteenth Doctor.

Series Story no. Novelisation title Author Original publisher Paperback
release date
Audiobook
release date[a]
11 284 The Witchfinders Joy Wilkinson BBC Books (Target collection) 11 March 2021 11 March 2021
  1. ^ Unabridged from BBC Audio/AudioGo unless otherwise indicated

Other Doctors

Featuring Richard E. Grant's Shalka Doctor and various Doctors.

Series Novelisation title Author Original publisher Paperback
release date
Audiobook
release date
Webcasts Scream of the Shalka Paul Cornell BBC Books 2 February 2004 2 June 2016
Adventures in Lockdown[a] Chris Chibnall
Steven Moffat
Russell T Davies
Neil Gaiman
Joy Wilkinson
Vinay Patel
Pete McTighe
Paul Cornell
Mark Gatiss
5 November 2020
Comic strips Dead on Arrival & Other Stories[b][85] Paul Magrs BBC Audio 1 December 2022
  1. ^ Collection of short stories released during the 2020 COVID-19 lockdown. Includes prose versions of the webcasts "Message from the Doctor", "Shadow of a Doubt", "The Shadow in the Mirror", "Listen", and "The Secret of Novice Hame".
  2. ^ Three stories based on the comic strips "Dead on Arrival", "The Traitor", and "The Power" from World Distributors' Doctor Who Annuals of the 1970s

Unofficial novelisations

A number of fan-run publications have published unofficial novelisations of stories Target was not able to secure rights to. Obverse Books has also published unofficial novelisations to raise money for charity. Obverse also published "novelisations" of fictional Peter Cushing Dr. Who films.[86]

TV
No.
Title Doctor Author Published Publisher Notes
108.5 Doctor Who and Shada 4th Paul Scoones March 1989 TSV Unlicensed fan club publication.
099 Doctor Who and the Pirate Planet 4th David Bishop September 1990 TSV Unlicensed fan club publication.
142 Revelation of the Daleks 6th Jon Preddle July 1992 TSV Unlicensed fan club publication.
105 Doctor Who and the City of Death 4th David Lawrence November 1992 TSV Unlicensed fan club publication.
108.5 Shada 4th Jonathan Way 1993 Doctor Who Appreciation Society Unlicensed fan club publication published across six issues of Cosmic Masque, the Doctor Who Appreciation Society's fan fiction publication.
133 Resurrection of the Daleks 5th Paul Scoones January 2000 TSV Unlicensed fan club publication.
167 Doctor Who and the Invasion of Christmas[87] 10th The Midnight Folk February 2016 Obverse Books Unlicensed novelisation strictly limited to 40 copies. "The Midnight Folk" is a pseudonym for Paul Magrs, Andrew Hickey, Stuart Douglas, Nick Campbell, James Gent, Ira Lightman, Ian Potter, Phil Craggs, and Matthew Bright. Proceeds went to aid the Cystic Foundation Trust.
Dr. Who and the Daleks[88][89] Dr. Who Alan Smithee April 2019 Obverse Books Unlicensed novelisation of the 1965 film
Daleks Invasion Earth 2150AD[90][91] Dr. Who Alan Smithee April 2019 Obverse Books Unlicensed novelisation of the 1966 film
Journey into Time[92] Dr. Who David Agnew (editor) June 2020 Obverse Books Includes an unlicensed novelisation of the late 1960s radio pilot as well as original stories written as if the radio series had been produced.

Omnibus and two in one releases

A number of novelisations were released in omnibus editions, mostly by book clubs.

Title Novelisations included Author Publisher Published
Doctor Who and the Daleks Omnibus Doctor Who and the Planet of the Daleks (abridged) Terrance Dicks Artus Books September 1976
Doctor Who and the Genesis of the Daleks (abridged)
The Doctor Who Omnibus Doctor Who and the Space War Malcolm Hulke Book Club Associates 1977
Doctor Who and the Web of Fear Terrance Dicks
Doctor Who and the Revenge of the Cybermen
The Adventures of Doctor Who Doctor Who and the Genesis of the Daleks Terrance Dicks Nelson Doubleday October 1979
Doctor Who and the Revenge of the Cybermen
Doctor Who and the Loch Ness Monster
Dalek Omnibus The Dalek Invasion of Earth Terrance Dicks W. H. Allen 23 June 1983
The Planet of the Daleks
The Day of the Daleks
The Further Adventures of Doctor Who Doctor Who and the Deadly Assassin Terrance Dicks Nelson Doubleday January 1986
Doctor Who and the Face of Evil
Doctor Who and the Robots of Death
Remembrance of the Daleks/Prisoner of the Daleks Remembrance of the Daleks Ben Aaronovitch BBC Books 15 July 2016[93]
Prisoner of the Daleks (New Series Adventure) Trevor Baxendale
The Essential Terrance Dicks Vol. 1 Doctor Who and the Dalek Invasion of Earth Terrance Dicks BBC Books 26 August 2021[94]
Doctor Who and the Abominable Snowmen
Doctor Who – The Wheel in Space
Doctor Who and the Auton Invasion
Doctor Who and the Day of the Daleks
The Essential Terrance Dicks Vol. 2 Doctor Who and the Genesis of the Daleks Terrance Dicks BBC Books 26 August 2021[94]
Doctor Who and the Pyramids of Mars
Doctor Who and the Talons of Weng-Chiang
Doctor Who and the Horror of Fang Rock
Doctor Who – The Five Doctors

In 1988–1989, W. H. Allen's Star imprint published a number of the Target novelisations in a format of two novelisations in one book in a range titled Doctor Who Classics. These were produced by fixing together two Target books with a new front page and outer cover. The pairings were:

Title 1 Author Title 2 Author Published
The Dalek Invasion of Earth Terrance Dicks The Crusade David Whitaker August 1988
The Gunfighters Donald Cotton The Myth Makers Donald Cotton August 1988
The Dominators Ian Marter The Krotons Terrance Dicks September 1988
The Mind of Evil Terrance Dicks The Claws of Axos Terrance Dicks March 1989
The Dæmons Barry Letts The Time Monster Terrance Dicks March 1989
The Seeds of Doom Philip Hinchliffe The Deadly Assassin Terrance Dicks May 1989
The Face of Evil Terrance Dicks The Sun Makers Terrance Dicks May 1989

Spin-off novelisations

The Companions of Doctor Who

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The Companions of Doctor Who was a series of original full-length novels, the first original novels based on Doctor Who. The books were based on characters who had appeared in the television series as the Doctor's companions, and explored their lives after leaving the Doctor's company.

The first two books were Turlough and the Earthlink Dilemma by Tony Attwood, based upon the character played by Mark Strickson in the early 1980s, and Harry Sullivan's War, written by Ian Marter, who had played Harry Sullivan in the series a decade earlier. These books sold well, but after a third attempt (a novelisation of the 1981 Doctor Who spin-off, K-9 and Company) the series ended due to rights disputes between the publishers and the BBC.[citation needed] Other novels would have featured Tegan, the Brigadier, Victoria and Mike Yates.

Book title Author Paperback
release date
Audiobook
release date
Turlough and the Earthlink Dilemma Tony Attwood 15 May 1986
Harry Sullivan's War Ian Marter 16 October 1986
K-9 and Company Terence Dudley 15 October 1987 3 December 2015

The Sarah Jane Adventures

Beginning in 2007, Penguin Books under its Penguin Character Books imprint began publishing novelisations based upon the spinoff series The Sarah Jane Adventures.

No. Title Author Published Publisher
1 Invasion of the Bane Terrance Dicks 1 November 2007 Penguin Character Books
2 Revenge of the Slitheen Rupert Laight 1 November 2007 Penguin
3 Eye of the Gorgon Phil Ford 1 November 2007 Penguin
4 Warriors of Kudlak Gary Russell 1 November 2007 Penguin
5 Whatever Happened to Sarah Jane? Rupert Laight 3 November 2008 Penguin
6 The Lost Boy Gary Russell 3 November 2008 Penguin
7 The Last Sontaran Phil Ford 6 November 2008 Penguin
8 The Day of the Clown Phil Ford 5 November 2008 Penguin
9 The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith Gareth Roberts 5 November 2009 Penguin
Judoon Afternoon[95] Trevor Baxendale September 2010 Pearson Education
The Haunted House[96] Trevor Baxendale September 2010 Pearson Education
Painting Peril[97] Trevor Baxendale September 2010 Pearson Education
Blathereen Dream[98] Trevor Baxendale September 2010 Pearson Education
The Nightmare Man Joseph Lidster 25 November 2010 ePenguin (e-book)
Death of the Doctor Gary Russell 25 November 2010 ePenguin (e-book)

Direct to video spinoffs

Novelisations of spin off productions that were released direct to video.

Title Author Published Publisher Notes
Shakedown Terrance Dicks December 1995 Doctor Who Books Published as part of the Virgin New Adventures range. An unabridged audiobook recording of this novelisation has been released.
Downtime Marc Platt January 1996 Doctor Who Books Published as part of the Virgin Missing Adventures range
The Dæmons of Devil's End Suzanne Barbieri, Debbie Bennett, Raven Dane, Jan Edwards, David J Howe, and Sam Stone November 2017 Telos Publishing Novelisation of the Reeltime drama The White Witch of Devil's End. Special edition titled Olive Hawthorne and the Dæmons of Devil's End.[99]
Dæmos Rising David J. Howe 13 August 2019 Telos Publishing
Sil and the Devil Seeds of Arodor Philip Martin November 2019 Telos Publishing
Mindgame David J. Howe August 2020 Telos Publishing
Cyberon James Hornby 21 September 2020 Arcbeatle Press An unabridged audiobook of this novelisation has been released.
Auton David Black April 2022 BBV
Wartime[100] TBA TBA Telos Publishing

Audio spinoffs

Title Author Published Publisher Notes
Erimem - Return of the Queen Claire Bartlett 4 January 2018 Thebes Publishing Adaptation and expansion of the episode of the same name from Imagination Theatre's Kerides the Thinker radio series featuring Erimem
Republica Micah K. Spurling July 2021 BBV Novelisation of the BBV audio featuring "The Professor and Ace" written by Mark Gatiss.
Cyber-Hunt Callum Phillpott 3 September 2021 BBV Novelisation of the BBV audio featuring "Fred" and the Cyberons written by Martin Peterson.
Cybergeddon Lupan Evezan 3 September 2021 BBV Novelisation of the BBV audio featuring the Cyberons written by Paul Ebbs.
The Rani Reaps the Whirlwind Micah K. Spurling September 2021 BBV Novelisation of the BBV audio written by Pip and Jane Baker.
The Root of All Evil Paul Mount April 2022 BBV Novelisation of the BBV audio featuring the Krynoids written by Lance Parkin.
The Choice James Mulholland April 2022 BBV Novelisation of the BBV audio featuring K9 written by Nigel Fairs. In this novelisation, the character of K9 has been changed to "B.E.S.", a bionic ferret.
The Minister of Chance[101] Dan Freeman 30 June 2022 Arcbeatle Press Novel of the Radio Static series.

Adaptations

Generally, Doctor Who stories that have been broadcast will be adapted into print, rather than vice versa. There have been three occasions where print media has been adapted for the screen or formed inspiration for television episodes.

The 1995 New Adventures novel Human Nature, written by Paul Cornell and featuring the Seventh Doctor, was adapted by the same author for the 2007 series of Doctor Who as a two part story with the episode titles "Human Nature" and "The Family of Blood", with David Tennant as the Tenth Doctor.

Steven Moffat based his 2007 episode "Blink" upon his 2005 short story, "What I Did on My Christmas Holidays by Sally Sparrow", originally published in Doctor Who Annual 2006.

Gareth Roberts reused his concept from a 2006 Doctor Who Magazine comic strip story as the basis for an episode of the same name "The Lodger", which was transmitted as part of Series 5 (2010), featuring Matt Smith.

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