THE DOCTOR WHO FANZINE PRESERVATION PROJECT



A project to collect, archive and preserve the many Doctor Who fanzines and printed periodicals.


JUMP TO:
  1. OBJECTIVE
  2. OVERVIEW
  3. WHAT IS COLLECTED
  4. USE OF THE COLLECTION
  5. HOW TO DONATE OR ASSIST IN THE PROJECT
  6. COLLECTION CONTENTS [Last Updated 26 Nov 07]
  7. WHAT THE PROECT IS ACTIVELY LOOKING FOR
  8. DONOR/CONTRIBUTOR LIST
  9. REFERENCES



I. OBJECTIVE:

The goal of the Doctor Who Fanzine Preservation Project (DW-FPP) is to collect and archive Doctor Who print materials (especially fan and semi-professionally produced works) for the purpose of academic preservation and resource loss-reduction of primary and secondary research materials (due to their documentation of the series' fiction and production, as well as public/fan reaction or opinion).

Basically, the Earthbound TimeLords want to make sure that researchers do not lose the many different Doctor Who fanzines as a source of materials about the program.


II. OVERVIEW:

Doctor Who, a science fiction television program broadcast on the BBC, is the longest running science fiction television series of all time. Being such, it has generated a large amount of interest from science fiction fans and the public at large. Opinions, reaction, reviews, articles, interviews, parody works, and other information about the Doctor Who program and its related works were (and are) often shared in fan-produced materials resembling magazines or newsletters and usually called "Fanzines" or "'Zines." Many of these fan or semi-professionally produced materials only had limited print runs or regional distribution. In many cases, fewer and fewer examples of these works continue to exist for the use of academic research into Doctor Who (and the show's parent fields of media studies, sociology, library science and history). Often, these materials are disposed of after the original owner has no longer found a use for the items.

The primary goal of the project is to collect as many of these fanzines as possible to ensure their existence as a research tool, before they are lost forever.


III. WHAT IS COLLECTED:

The project hopes to house and preserve the most diverse and complete Doctor Who related fanzine resource library for the use of all. The term "Fanzine" as defined here generally means magazines and print materials related to the BBC television show Doctor Who. While the term most often implies unlicensed fan and semi-professionally produced materials, the DW-FPP also includes professional and commercial magazines (as well as articles or magazines that simply include a single article on Doctor Who if the item is felt to be significant). This interpretation is used to ensure that the greatest amount of information regarding the program is saved for researchers and authors.

The Doctor Who Fanzine Preservation Project collects the following categories of Doctor Who related materials:

Other project considerations regarding the works that are collected for the DW-FPP:

The list of materials collected is intentionally diverse to include all possible Doctor Who related works. If an item falls into a separate category from those described here, it may still be eligible for inclusion in the DW-FPP. Please contact the Earthbound TimeLords at seidler@msoe.edu if you have any questions. We would prefer to hear from someone or include an item rather than have it lost forever to time.


IV. USE OF THE COLLECTION:

The Doctor Who Fanzine Preservation Project Collection is administered by the Earthbound TimeLords, academic Doctor Who research organization. The DW-FPP Collection is a non-lending library created for the use of academic and serious researchers, authors, and historians. The project exists to help researchers check references, get articles, or find supporting evidence for their own works. The Earthbound TimeLord staff will in most cases research the materials for you, and can in some cases provide photocopies or scans of research materials. Researchers who may wish to examine the actual materials can often make arrangements to do so by contacting the Earthbound TimeLords.

Questions related to the research of a particular fanzine or resource should be directed to Nick Seidler, the primary curator of this project, who can be contacted at seidler@msoe.edu. The secondary curator of this project is John Curtis, who can be contacted at jcurtis@bw.edu.


V. HOW TO DONATE OR ASSIST IN THE PROJECT:

Submissions of items (either back or current issues) are welcomed and encouraged.

Please contact Nick Seidler at seidler@msoe.edu if you wish to donate items to the Doctor Who Fanzine Preservation Project.

Originals, photocopies, or electronic versions of printed materials are accepted, though originals are preferred. Use these suggestions as a guide to the submission of non-original documents:

The project accepts only item (fanzine) donations, and not money of any kind. Likewise, the project only occasionally purchases fanzines or print materials. Money spent on behalf of the project is used to pay for postage or to buy materials needed to properly preserve and archive the DW-FPP collection. Donated subscriptions to fanzines for the purpose of archiving are welcomed.

While the decision to keep items is juried by the curators, all fanzine and print items are considered. Due to space and economic considerations, not all items may be preserved (though the current plan is to do so). In such cases, or cases of donations of duplicate holdings, an attempt will be made to find other places of holding (academic libraries, private collections, fans, etc.).

A project goal is to have two copies of each item (one housed at the primary collection site in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA and a second located near Cleveland, Ohio, USA). Two sets of materials create a backup of the printed works and protect the integrity of the collection (from damage, theft, natural disaster, etc.). The location of these materials was chosen due to the involvement of the project's primary curators.

The items that are donated to the DW-FPP become the property of the collection curators, though this is only for legal purposes. The intent of the collection is to be a resource for all work related to Doctor Who and for the items to be available to academics, researchers, and authors.


VI. COLLECTION CONTENTS:

The following is a comprehensive list of the holdings of the Doctor Who Fanzine Preservation Project. Also listed are fanzines that are known to exist but for which the DW-FPP does not have holdings. These fanzines are listed with a red "NO ISSUES" tag. The hope is that this section can also present a comprehensive listing of all Doctor Who related fanzines.

If you have an item not listed here that you wish to donate (either the original or a photocopy) to the project's collection, please feel free to contact us at: seidler@msoe.edu. Likewise, information on fanzines not in this list are welcomed.

Items are listed by the fanzine/magazine title (with additional information given about the publisher of the item and other relevant data). Individual items are preceded by a bullet marker and are listed by issue number or date. Other holdings that are related to a given publication (perhaps produced by the same publisher) but that do not warrant their own category are included under the title of the primary publication.

Follow the links below to jump to alphabetical listings of the fanzines.
# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z SYMBOLS


#

1963

(from Mark Steward ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1987, at least 1 issue)

20 YEARS OF TIME TRAVEL

(from Colin Jenkins and Simon Lydiard ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1983, at least 1 issue ("Skaro Special"))

23/11/63

- Previously titled: "Invasion", "Kroll", "Shadow", "The Doctor Who Journal", "Hat 'n Scarf" and later became "The Doctor Who Review".

(from Tim Robbins (Newport, Gwent, UK))

  • # 6 (May 1979)

500 EYES

(from David Gibbs (St. Andrews, Fife, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1990, at least 1 issue)

A

ADARA

(from [info unknown], (Clarkston, Georgia, USA))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1990, at least 1 issue)

AD INFINITUM

(from Amy R. Moler-Booth, (Norfolk, Virginia, USA))

  • # 1
  • # 2

ADVENTURES IN SPACE AND TIME

- This magazine was renamed "In-Vision" with the start of the Tom Baker serials; numbers taken from checklist published in follow-on publication "In-Vision Issues #93-?)

(From Cybermark Services (Bromley, Kent, UK))

  • # 1 - An Unearthly Child
  • # 2 - The Tribe of Gum
  • # 3 - The Daleks
  • # 4 - Beyond the Sun
  • # 5 - Marco Polo
  • # 6 - The Keys of Marinus
  • # 7 - The Aztecs
  • # 8 - The Sensorites
  • # 9 - The Reign of Terror
  • # 10 - Season 1 Special Release
  • # 11 - Planet of Giants
  • # 12 - The Dalek Invasion of Earth
  • # 13 - The Rescue
  • # 14 - The Romans
  • # 15 - The Web Planet
  • # 16 - The Crusade
  • # 17 - The Space Museum
  • # 18 - The Chase
  • # 19 - The Time Meddler
  • # 20 - Season 2 Special Release
  • # 21 - Galaxy Four
  • # 22 - Mission to the Unknown
  • # 23 - The Mythmakers
  • # 24 - The Daleks' Master Plan (Episodes 1-6)
  • # 25 - The Daleks' Master Plan (Episodes 7-12) - Dalek: Death Be Thy Name cover
  • # 26 - The Massacre
  • # 27 - The Ark
  • # 28 - The Celestial Toymaker
  • # 29 - The Gunfighters
  • # 30 - The Savages
  • # 31 - The War Machines
  • # 32 - Season 3 Special Release
  • # 33 - The Smugglers
  • # 34 - The Tenth Planet
  • # 35 - The Power of the Daleks
  • # 36 - The Highlanders
  • # 37 - The Underwater Menace
  • # 38 - The Moonbase
  • # 39 - The Macra Terror
  • # 40 - The Faceless Ones
  • # 41 - The Evil of the Daleks
  • # 42 - Season 4 Special
  • # 43 - The Tomb of the Cybermen
  • # 44 - The Abominable Snowmen
  • # 45 - The Ice Warriors
  • # 46 - The Enemy of the World
  • # 47 - The Web of Fear
  • # 48 - Fury from the Deep
  • # 49 - The Wheel in Space
  • # 50 - Season 5 Special
  • # 51 - The Dominators
  • # 52 - The Mind Robber
  • # 53 - The Invasion
  • # 54 - The Krotons
  • # 55 - The Seeds of Death
  • # 56 - The Space Pirates
  • # 57 - The War Games - I
  • # 58 - The War Games - Part II
  • # 59 - Season Six Special
  • # 60 - Prologue
  • # 61 - Spearhead from Space - labeled "Issue 1" w/ sticker
  • # 62 - Doctor Who & The Silurians - labeled "Issue 2" w/ sticker
  • # 63 - The Ambassadors of Death - labeled "Issue 3" w/ sticker
  • # 64 - Inferno - labeled "Issue 4" w/ sticker
  • # 65 - Season Seven Special - labeled "Issue 5"
  • # 66 - Terror of the Autons - labeled "Issue 6"
  • # 67 - The Mind of Evil - labeled "Issue 7"
  • # 68 - The Claws of Axos - labeled "Issue 8"
  • # 70 - The Daemons - labeled "Issue 10"
  • # 71 - Season Eight Special - labeled "Issue 11"
  • # 72 - Day of the Daleks - labeled "Issue 12"
  • # 74 - The Sea Devils - labeled "Issue 14"
  • # 75 - The Mutants - mis-labeled "Issue 16"
  • # 76 - The Time Monster - mis-labeled "Issue 15"
  • # 77 - Season Nine Special - labeled "Issue 17"
  • # 78 - The Three Doctors - labeled "Issue 18"
  • # 79 - Carnival of Monsters - labeled "Issue 19"
  • # 80 - Frontier in Space - labeled "Issue 20"
  • # 81 - Planet of the Daleks - labeled "Issue 21"
  • # 82 - The Green Death -labeled "Issue 22"
  • # 83 - Season Ten Special -labeled "Issue 23"
  • # 84 - The Time Warrior - labeled "Issue 24"
  • # 85 - Invasion of the Dinosaurs - labeled "Issue 25"
  • # 86 - Death to the Daleks - labeled "Issue 26"
  • # 87 - The Monster of Peledon - labeled "Issue 27"
  • # 88 - Planet of the Spiders - labeled "Issue 28"
  • # 89 - Season Eleven - labeled "Issue 29"
  • # 90 - The Final Release - labeled "Issue 30"

ALIEN CORN

(from (edited by) Jamie Woolley ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1991, at least 1 issue)

AMAZING JOURNEYS

(from The Doctor Who Appreciation Society (Hendon, London, UK))

  • Autumn 1979

THE AMBASSADOR

(from Seaspite Enterprises (c/o Steve Clark) (Cosham, Portsmouth, Hampshire, UK))

  • # 1

AMBASSADORS OF LIFE

(from 'The Gallifreyan Embassy of Long Island' (Mineola, New York, USA)

  • Volume 2, # 9 (Jan 1989)
  • Volume 2, # 10 (Feb 1989)
  • Volume 2, # 11 (Mar 1989)
  • Volume 2, # 12 (Apr 1989)
  • Volume 2, # 13 (May 1989)
  • Volume 2, # 14 (Jun 1989)
  • Volume 2, # 15 (Jul 1989)
  • Volume 2, # 16 (Aug 1989)
  • Volume 2, # 17 (Sep 1989)
  • Volume 2, # 18 (Oct 1989)
  • Volume 2, # 19 (Nov 1989)
  • Volume 2, # 20 (Dec 1989)
  • Volume 2, # 21 (Jan 1990)
  • Volume 2, # 22 (Feb 1990)
  • Volume 2, # 26 (Jun 1990)
  • Volume 2, # 27 (Jul 1990)
  • Volume 2, # 28 (Aug 1990)
  • Volume 2, # 29 (Sep 1990)
  • Volume 2, # 30 (Oct 1990)
  • Volume 2, # 31 (Nov 1990)
  • Volume 2, # 32 (Dec 1990)
  • Volume 2, # 33 (Jan 1991)
  • Volume 2, # 34 (Feb 1991)
  • Volume 2, # 35 (Mar 1991)
  • Volume 2, # 36 (Apr 1991)
  • Volume 2, # 37 (May 1991)
  • Volume 2, # 38 (Jun 1991)
  • Volume 2, # 39 (Jul 1991)
  • Volume 2, # 40 (Aug 1991)
  • Volume 2, # 41 (Sep 1991)
  • Volume 2, # 42 (Oct 1991)
  • Volume 2, # 45 (Jan 1992)
  • Volume 2, # 55 (Nov 1992)
  • Volume 2, # 56 (Dec 1992/Jan 1993)
  • Volume 2, # 57 (Feb/Mar 1993)
  • Volume 2, # 60 (Aug/Sep 1993)
  • Volume 2, # 61 (Oct/Nov 1993)
  • Volume 2, # 62 (Dec 1993/Jan 1994)
  • Volume 2, # 63 (Feb/Mar 1994)

ANDROZANI

(from Niel Hutchings (Maidenstone, Kent, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c.1984-1985, at least 3 issues)

APOCRYPHA

(from Adrian Middleton ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1993, at least 2 issues)

ARK IN SPACE

(from Dundee Local Group of the DWAS(Dundee, Angus, Scotland, UK))

  • [unnumbered issue] -Sarah Jane "Hand of Fear" cover, contains part two of "Rassilon the Creator" story
  • # 6 (Aug 1982)

(AUSTRALIAN) DOCTOR WHO FAN ANNUAL

(from Supreme Council of Time Lords ([info unknown], Australia))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1995,1986 at least 2 issues)

AUSTRALIAN DOCTOR WHO FANZINE

(from Leo Scott (West Mackay, Queensland, Australia)) - originally named "Kronos Express"

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1995, at least 5 issues)

AUSTRALIAN WHOVIAN NEWSLETTER

(from Leo Scott (West Mackay, Queensland, Australia))

  • NO ISSUES (c. Jan-Jul 1996, 4 issues)

AUTON

(from Robert Hammond ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1989-1998, at least 19 issues)

AUTON VINE

(from [info unknown] ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. Oct 1992, at least 1 issue)

AWF

(from Leo A. Scott (Slade Point, New Queensland, Australia))

  • NO ISSUES (c.1997, at least 11 issues)

B

BADLANDS

(from Dennis Valdron ([info unknown], Canada))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 3 issues)

BEHIND THE SCENES

(from Robert Bradley ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1994, at least 1 issue)

BEKA

(from Owen Tudor (New Melden, Surrey, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1979, at least 4 issues)

BLACK LIGHT

(from 'Gallifrey - A BBC Telefantasy Appreciation Society' (Melbourne, Australia))

  • # 1 (Dec 1992)
  • # 2 (Feb 1993)
  • # 3 (Apr 1993)
  • # 4 (Jun 1993)
  • # 5 (Aug 1993)
  • # 6 (Oct 1993)
  • # 7 (Dec 1993)
  • # 8 (Feb 1994)
  • # 9 (Apr 1993)
  • # 10 (Jun 1994)
  • # 11 (Aug/Sep 1994)
  • # 13 (Oct/Nov 1994)
  • # 12 (Jan 1995) -issue #12 released after #13
  • # 14 (Feb 1995)
  • # 15 (Mar 1995)
  • # 16 (Jul 1995)
  • # 17 (Nov 1995)
  • # 18 (Mar 1996)
  • # 19 (Jun 1996)
  • # 20 (Sep 1996)
  • # 21 (Feb/Mar 1997)
  • # 22 (Apr/May 1997)
  • # 23 (Nov 1997)
  • # 24 (Feb/Mar 1998)
  • # 25 (Apr-Jun 1998)

BLACK ORCHID

(from Mark Atkinson ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1993, at least 1 issue)

THE BLACK PYRAMID

(from Paul Smith (Hanslope, Milton Keynes, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1985, at least 1 issue)

THE BLACK SCROLLS OF RASSILON

(from Steve Preston ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1994, at least 4 issues)

BLINOVITCH

(from Moray Laing ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 1 issue)

BOG OFF!

(from Beautiful Orman Groenewegen Organization Fuck Fuck (edited by Kate Orman and Sarah J. Groenewegen) (Syndey, Australia))

  • NO ISSUES (c. Nov 1983-Mar 1985, 4 issues)

BORUSA'S TROUSERS

(from Martin Pollard ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1995, at least 1 issue)

BRAVE NEW WORLD

(from [info unknown] (edited by Simon Colenutt) ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1992, at least 1 issue)

BROADSWORD

(from Broadsword (Dulwich Hill, New South Wales, Australia))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1985, at least 1 issue)

THE BURNING GROUND

(from John Pettigrew ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1994, only 1 issue)

BURNT TOAST

(from David Carroll (Sydney, Australia))

http://www.tabula-rasa.info/BurntToast/

  • NO ISSUES (c. Feb 1990-May 1993, at least 13 issues)

C

CALIPHERON

(from Mark Docherty and Kenny Smith ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1995-1997, at least 6 issues)

CAMECA

(from B. Cherry ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1986, at least 1 issue)

CAPITOL SPIRES

(from 'The Oxford Time Ring' ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1993-1996, at least 9 issues)

CASTROVALVA

(from Chris McCarthy ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1984, at least 2 issues)

CASTROVALVA

(from Keith Topping ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 1 issue)

CATCH 22

(from Ian Bresman ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. Oct 1984, at least 1 issue)

THE CELESTIAL COMMUNIQUE

(from the 'Celestial Intervention Agency' (Lansing, Illinois, USA))

  • Volume 3, # 5 (Jan 1985)

THE CELESTIAL TOYROOM

(from the 'Doctor Who Appreciation Society' (London, UK))

  • DWAS Yearbook 1976
  • Jan 1979
  • Feb 1979
  • Mar 1979
  • Apr 1979
  • May 1979
  • Jun 1979
  • Aug 1979
  • Sep 1979
  • Oct 1979
  • Nov 1979
  • Dec 1979
  • Nov 1980
  • Feb 1981
  • Mar 1981
  • Apr 1981
  • Jan 1982
  • Mar 1982
  • Apr 1982
  • Jan 1983 -NADWAS North American Edition
  • Feb 1983 -NADWAS North American Edition
  • Mar 1983 -NADWAS North American Edition
  • Apr 1983 -NADWAS North American Edition
  • May 1983 -NADWAS North American Edition
  • Jun 1983 -NADWAS North American Edition
  • Jul 1983 -NADWAS North American Edition
  • Aug 1983 -NADWAS North American Edition
  • Sep 1983 -NADWAS North American Edition
  • Oct 1983
  • Oct 1983 -NADWAS North American Edition
  • Nov 1983
  • Nov 1983 -NADWAS North American Edition
  • Dec 1983
  • Dec 1983 -NADWAS North American Edition
  • Jan 1984 -NADWAS North American Edition
  • Feb 1984
  • Feb 1984 -NADWAS North American Edition
  • Mar 1984
  • Mar 1984 -NADWAS North American Edition
  • Apr 1984
  • Apr 1984 -NADWAS North American Edition
  • May 1984
  • May 1984 -NADWAS North American Edition
  • Jun 1984
  • Jun 1984 -NADWAS North American Edition
  • Jul 1984
  • Jul 1984 -NADWAS North American Edition
  • Aug 1984
  • Aug 1984 -NADWAS North American Edition
  • Sep 1984
  • Sep 1984 -NADWAS North American Edition
  • Oct 1984
  • NADWAS Newsletter Oct 1984
  • NADWAS Newsletter Nov 1984
  • Dec 1984
  • NADWAS Newsletter Dec 1984
  • Jan 1985
  • NADWAS Newsletter Jan 1985
  • Feb 1985
  • Mar 1985
  • NADWAS Newsletter Mar 1985
  • Apr 1985
  • May 1985
  • Jun 1985
  • Jul 1985
  • The CT Advertiser (Jul 1985)
  • Aug 1985
  • The CT Advertiser (Aug 1985)
  • Sep 1985
  • Oct 1985
  • Nov 1985
  • Dec 1985
  • Jan 1986
  • Feb 1986
  • Mar 1986
  • Apr 1986 - incorporating TARDIS newsletter
  • May 1986
  • Jun 1986
  • Jul 1986
  • Aug 1986
  • Dec 1986
  • Jan 1987
  • Feb 1987
  • Mar 1987
  • Jun 1987
  • Jul 1987 - incorporating TARDIS newsletter
  • Aug 1987
  • Sep 1987
  • Nov 1987
  • Dec 1987
  • # 220 (Volume 20, # 7 -- Jul 1995)
  • # 221 (Volume 20, # 8 -- Aug 1995)
  • # 222 (Volume 20, # 9 -- Sep 1995)
  • # 223 (Volume 20, # 10 -- Oct 1995)
  • # 224 (Volume 20, # 11 -- Nov 1995)

CHAMELEON CIRCUIT

(from the 'The Faceless Ones of Southern York Region' (Southern York, Canada))

  • # 10 (Nov 1991)

CHAMELEON FACTOR

(from Matthew Fazaherley and Gerard van Rysbergen ([info unknown], Australia))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 73 issues)

A CHANGE OF IDENTITY / DISUSED YETI NEWSLETTER

(Internet newsletter from http://www.telesnaps.com/ ; Named "A Change of Identity" from Issue #1-#9; named "Disused Yeti" Issues #10-23; Archived on CD-ROM)

  • # 1 (25 Aug 1996)
  • # 2 (02 Oct 1996)
  • # 3 (23 Nov 1996)
  • # 4 (12 Jan 1997)
  • # 5 (02 Mar 1997)
  • # 6 (04 May 1997)
  • # 7 (27 Jul 1997)
  • # 8 (07 Sep 1997)
  • # 9 (09 Nov 1997)
  • # 10 (14 Jan 1998)
  • # 11 (08 Mar 1998)
  • # 12 (10 May 1998)
  • # 13 (11 Jul 1998)
  • # 14 (23 Aug 1998)
  • # 15 (11 Oct 1998)
  • # 16 (29 Nov 1998)
  • # 17 (24 Jan 1999)
  • # 18 (12 Apr 1999)
  • # 19 (20 Jun 1999)
  • # 20 (25 Sep 1999)
  • # 21 (28 Nov 1999)
  • # 22 (30 Jan 2000)
  • # 23 (23 Jul 2000)

CHRONIC HYSTERESIS

(from Peter Ware ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1983, at least 10 issues)

CHRONICLE

(from E. Rackstraw (Basingstoke, Hants., UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1987, at least 1 issues)

CHRONOS

(from Lee Jackson ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1995-1996, at least 7 issues)

CHRONOTIS-THE FANZINE

(from Private Who Magazines 1988 (Rainham, Kent, UK))

  • # 5 (Apr 1986) - labeled on inside cover
  • # 1 (Oct 1988) - labeled on cover

CIRCUS

(from Colin Brockhurst ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1993-2003, at least 9 issues)

CLUB TROPICANA

(from [info unknown] (Edited by John Pettigrew ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1992, at least 4 issues)

CLOISTER BELL

(from Owen Bywater (Reigate, Surrey, UK))

  • # 12 (Jun 1985)

THE COLIN BAKER INTERVIEW

(from Michael Sibley (Humberside, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c.1988, at least 1 issue)

COLONY IN SPACE

(from Owen Tudor (New Meldon, Surrey, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1979, at least 8 issues)

THE CONCEPTS OF TIME TRAVEL IN DOCTOR WHO

(from the 'Milwaukee Time Lords' (Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA))

  • [only known issue] -Red Cover

CONSOLE

(from Keith Pickering ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 11 issues)

CONTACT - The Newsletter of the Doctor Who Information Network

(from the 'Doctor Who Information Network' (Oshwa, Ontario, Canada))

  • Volume 1, # 1 (Sep/Oct 1980)
  • Volume 1, # 2 (Nov/Dec 1980)
  • Volume 1, # 3/4 (Jan-Apr 1981)
  • # 5
  • # 6/7/8
  • # 9/10
  • # 11 (May/Jun 1982)
  • # 12 (Jul/Aug 1982)
  • # 13 (Sep/Oct 1982)

CONTINUUM

(from Patrick White ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1980, at least 6 issues)

CONVEYOR BELT

(from John Price ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1985, at least 1 issue)

COSMIC HOBO

(from 'The Cosmic Hoboes of Petersborough' ([info unknown], Canada))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 1 issue) -This is a possible erronious listing, as the following 'zine is probably the correct info for this

COSMIC HOBO - The Fanzine of the Second Doctor

(from 'Patrick Troughton (Doctor Who) Preservation Society' (c/o Dean Shewring) (Peterborough, Ontario, Canada))

  • # 1 (1983)
  • # 2 (1986)
  • # 3 (1988)
  • # 4 (1989)

COSMIC HOBO TIMES

(from 'The Cosmic Hoboes of Petersborough' ([info unknown], Canada))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 1 issue) -This is a possible erronious listing, as the previous 'zine is probably the correct info for this

COSMIC MASQUE

-at least 6 issues

(from The Doctor Who Appreciation Society (c/o Gordon Blows) (London, UK))

  • # 1 - (called "Edition 1")
  • # 2 - (called "Edition 2")
  • # 3 - (called "Edition 3")
  • # 4 - (called "Edition 4")

COTTAGE UNDER SEIGE

(from Neil Corry ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1993-1994, at least 3 issues)

THE CRICKETER

(from Portals Press (c/o MaryAnn Johanson), (New York, New York, USA))

  • [unnumbered] (Apr 1989)

COUNCIL TIMES - Newsletter of the Buffalo Time Council

(from 'The Buffalo Time Council' (Buffalo, New York, USA))

  • Mar/Apr 1989
  • May/Jun 1989
  • Jul/Aug 1989
  • Sep/Oct 1989
  • Nov/Dec 1989
  • Jan/Feb 1990
  • Mar/Apr 1990
  • May/Jun 1990
  • Jul/Aug 1990
  • Sep/Oct 1990
  • Nov/Dec 1990
  • Jan/Feb 1990
  • Mar/Apr 1991
  • May/Jun 1991
  • Jul/Aug 1991
  • Sep/Oct 1991
  • Nov/Dec 1991
  • Jan/Feb 1993
  • Mar/Apr 1993
  • Jul/Aug 1993
  • Sep/Oct 1993
  • Jan/Feb 1994
  • Mar/Apr 1994
  • May/Jun 1994
  • Jul/Aug 1994 -Issue is undated, but postmarked 29 Jun 1994, con costume photo cover
  • Mar/Apr 1997

CYBERMAG

(from Ian Berrimen ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1987, at least 1 issue)

CYBERMAT

(from 'Patrick Troughton (Doctor Who) Preservation Society' (c/o Dean Shewring) (Peterborough, Ontario, Canada))

  • Volume 1, # 1 (Issue #1) (Sep/Oct 1981)
  • Volume 1, # 2 (Issue #2) (Nov/Dec 1981)
  • Volume 1, # 3 (Issue #3) (Jan/Feb 1982)
  • Volume 1, # 4 (Issue #4) (Mar/Apr 1982)
  • Volume 1, # 5 (Issue #5) (May/Jun 1982)
  • Volume 2, # 1 (Issue #6) (Mar/Apr 1983)
  • Volume 2, # 2 (Issue #7) (May/Jun 1983)
  • Volume 2, # 3 (Issue #8) (Jul/Aug 1983)
  • Cybermat Special Report (May 1984) -announces end of 'Cybermat' at a 'zine

D

CYGNUS ALPHA

(from Paul West ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1982-1983, at least 10 issues)

DARK CIRCUS

(from E. Janders (Croyden, New South Wales, Australia))

  • # 13 (Autumn 1993) -electronic copy only
  • # 14/15 (July 1993) -electronic copy only
  • # 16 (Nov 1993) -electronic copy only
  • Volume 2, Number 6 (1996) -electronic copy only

DARK TOWER

(from Brian Devlin (Glasgow, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1986, at least 1 issue)

DATA EXTRACT

(from the 'Australasian Doctor Who Fan Club' (Gladesville, New South Wales, Australia and Sydney, New South Wales, Australia))

  • # 69 (Jun 1989)
  • # 70 (Jul/Aug 1989)
  • # 71 (Sep/Oct 1989)
  • # 72 (Oct/Nov 1989)
  • # 73 (Dec 1989)
  • # 74 (Jan/Few 1990)
  • # 76 (Apr/May 1990)
  • # 77 (Jun 1990)
  • # 78 (Jul/Aug 1990)
  • # 79 (Sep 1990)
  • # 80 (Oct/Nov 1990)
  • # 81 (Dec 1990)
  • # 82 (Jan/Feb 1991)
  • # 83 (Mar 1991)
  • # 83 (Mar 1991) - Think Tank Single Sheet mailing
  • # 84 (Apr/May 1991)
  • # 84 (Apr/May 1991) - Think Tank Single Sheet mailing
  • # 85 (Jun 1991)
  • # 86 (Jul/Aug 1991)
  • # 87 (Sep 1991)
  • # 88 (Oct/Nov 1991)
  • # 89 (Dec 1991)
  • # 90 (Jan/Feb 1992)
  • # 91 (Mar 1992)
  • # 91 (Mar 1992) - Data Extract "Save the Doctor" Single Sheet mailing
  • # 92 (Apr/May 1992
  • # 93 (Jun 1992)
  • # 93 (Jun 1992) - Data Extract Single Sheet mailing
  • # 94 (Jul/Aug 1992)
  • # 94 (Jul/Aug 1992) - Data Extract Single Sheet mailing
  • # 95 (Sep 1992)
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  • # 97 (Dec 1992)
  • # 98 (Jan/Feb 1993)
  • # 99 (Mar 1993)
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  • # 110 (Dec 1994)
  • # 111 (Feb 1995)
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  • # 115 (Oct 1995) -Cover listed as "CAT TREAD TAX"
  • # 116 (Dec 1995)
  • # 117 (Jan 1996)
  • # 118 (Mar 1996)
  • # 119 (Apr/May 1996)
  • # 120 (Jun 1996)
  • # 121 (Jul/Aug 1996) -electronic copy only
  • # 122 (Sep1996) -electronic copy only
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  • # 124 (Nov/Dec 1996) -electronic copy only
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THE DERBY DOCTOR WHO NEWSLETTER

(from Derby UK Local DWAS Group ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1989, at least 8 issues)

THE DERBY WHOTOPIAN

(from Derby UK Local DWAS Group ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1990-1994, at least 6 issues)

DESERT PLACES

(from Portals Press (c/o MaryAnn Johansen) (New York, NY, USA))

  • # 51 ("Desert Places by Elizabeth Shaw") (1990)

DESTINY

(from Edward Hackstraw (Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c.1984-1985, at least 8 issues)

DIMENSION-4

(from 'North American Doctor Who Appreciation Society' (Catoosa, Oklahoma, USA))

  • # 2 (Nov 1982)

THE DISCIPLES OF RASSILON NEWSLETTER

Previously titled: "Who What Where When" and "Who"

(from the 'Desciples of Rassilon' (Oak Park, Illinois, USA))

  • May/Jun 1983
  • Jul/Aug 1983
  • Dec 1983
  • Feb 1984
  • Apr 1984
  • Jun 1984

DOCTOR EYE

(from Doctor Eye (c/o Bridgid Cherry) (Dean Villiage, Edinburgh, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1986, at least 1 issue)

THE DOCTOR'S RECORDER

(from Andrew Hardstaff (Leeds, UK))

  • # 34 (Spring 2003) -electronic copy only

DOCTOR TWO TOONS

(from 'The Patrick Troughton Preservation SOciety' (Peterborough, Ontario, Canada))

  • [unnumbered issue] -cover has cyberman and dalek cowering from 2nd Doctor

DOCTOR WHO

(from Zara Publications (Macon, Georgia, USA))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1988, at least 2 issue (called 'Doctor Who and the Master's Daughter' and 'Carnival of Planets'-issues featured fiction, each with a different story title)

DOCTOR WHO AND SCIENCE FICTION FAN CLUB NEWSLETTER

(from the 'Celestial Affiliation of Time Lords' and 'Minnesota Fiction and Fantasy Association' (edited By Wayne McCloud) (St. Paul, Minnesota, USA)

  • Volume 1, # 3 (1987)

DOCTOR WHO BULLETIN / DREAMWATCH BULLETIN / DWB

(Semi-pro fanzine that went commercial. Named "Doctor Who Bulletin" from Issues #1-#?; named "DWB" Issues ?(50?)-?

  • # 12/13 (1984 Summer Special - Jul 1984/Aug 1984)
  • # 15 (Oct 1984)
  • # 16 (Nov 1984)
  • # 17/18 (1984 Winter Special - Dec 1984/Jan 1985)
  • # 22 (May 1985)
  • # 23 (Jun 1985)
  • # 24/25 (Summer Special 1985)
  • # 26 (Sep 1985)
  • # 27 (Oct 1985)
  • # 28 (Nov 1985)
  • # 29/30 (Winter Special 1985)
  • # 31 (Feb 1986)
  • # 32 (Mar 1986)
  • # 33 (Apr 1986)
  • # 35 (Jun 1986)
  • # 36/37 (Summer Special 1986)
  • # 38 (Sep 1986)
  • # 39 (Oct 1986)
  • # 40 (Nov 1986)
  • # 43 (May 1987)
  • # 44 (Jun 1987)
  • # 45 (Jul 1987)
  • # 46 (Aug 1987-Delgado Special)
  • # 47 (Sep 1987)
  • # 50 (Dec 1987)
  • # 51 (Jan 1988)
  • # 52 (Mar 1988)
  • # 53 (Apr 1988)
  • # 54 (May 1988-Power of the Daleks photonovel)
  • # 55 (Jun 1988)
  • # 56 (Jul 1988)
  • # 57 (Aug 1988)
  • # 58 (Sep 1988)
  • # 59 (Oct 1988)
  • # 60 (Nov 1988)
  • # 61 (Dec 1988-25th Anniversary Special)
  • # 62 (Feb 1989)
  • # 64 (Apr 1989)
  • # 65 (May 1989)
  • # 66 (Jun 1989)
  • # 67 (Jul 1989)
  • # 68 (Aug 1989)
  • # 69 (Sep 1989)
  • # 70 (Oct 1989)
  • # 71 (Nov 1989)
  • # 72 (Dec 1989)
  • # 73 (Jan 1990)
  • # 74 (Feb 1990)
  • # 75 (Mar 1990)
  • # 76 (Apr 1990)
  • # 77 (May 1990)
  • # 78 (Jun 1990)
  • # 79 (Jul 1990)
  • # 80 (Aug 1990)
  • # 81 (Sep 1990)
  • # 82 (Oct 1990)
  • # 83 (Nov 1990)
  • # 84 (Dec 1990)
  • # 85 (Jan 1991)
  • # 86 (Feb 1991)
  • # 87 (Mar 1991)
  • # 88 (Apr 1991)
  • # 89 (May 1991)
  • # 90 (Jun 1991)
  • # 91 (Jul 1991)
  • # 92 (Aug 1991)
  • # 93 (Sep 1991)
  • # 94 (Oct 1991)
  • # 95 (Nov 1991)
  • # 96 (Dec 1991)
  • # 97 (Jan 1992)
  • # 98 (Feb 1992)
  • # 99 (Mar 1992)
  • # 100 (Apr 1992)
  • # 101 (May 1992)
  • # 102 (Jun 1982)
  • # 103 (Jul 1992)
  • # 104 (Aug 1992)
  • # 105 (Sep 1992)
  • # 106 (Oct 1992)
  • # 107 (Nov 1992)
  • # 108 (Dec 1992)
  • # 109 (Jan 1993)
  • # 110 (Feb 1994)
  • # 111 (Mar 1994)
  • # 112 (Apr 1993)
  • # 113 (May 1993)
  • # 114 (Jun 1993)
  • # 115 (Jul 1993)
  • # 116 (Aug 1993)
  • # 117 (Sep 1993)
  • # 118 (Oct 1993)
  • # 119 (Nov 1993)
  • # 120 (Dec 1993)
  • # 121 (Winter Special 1993)
  • # 122 (Jan 1994)
  • # 123 (Feb 1994)
  • # 124 (Mar 1994)
  • # 125 (Apr 1994)
  • # 126 (May 1994)
  • # 127 (Jun 1994)
  • # 128 (Jul 1994)
  • # 129 (Aug 1994)
  • # 130 (Sep 1994)
  • Dreamwatch # 1 (Oct 1994)
  • Dreamwatch # 2 (Nov 1994)
  • Dreamwatch # 3 (Dec 1994)
  • Dreamwatch # 3 (Winter Special 1994)
  • Dreamwatch # 5 (Jan 1995)
  • Dreamwatch # 6 (Feb 1995)
  • Dreamwatch # 7 (Mar 1995)

DOCTOR WHO: ADVENTURES THROUGH TIME AND SPACE

(from Gallifreyan Presses (Ian Pearson) ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1990, at least 1 issue)

DOCTOR WHO DIGEST

-9 total issues (c.1976-1978)

(from 'The Official Doctor Who Fan Club' ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES

THE DOCTOR WHO INTERVIEWS OF JOE NAZARRO

(from Space Rat Press (Joe Nazarro) ([info unknown], USA))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1992, only 1 issue)

THE DOCTOR WHO JOURNAL

- Previously called: "Invasion", "Kroll", and "Shadow" and later became "Hat 'n Scarf", "23/11/63" and The Doctor Who Review".

(from Tim Robbins (Newport, Gwent, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1978, at least 1 issue)

DOCTOR WHOM

(from James Worman ([info unknown], Australia))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 1 issue)

THE DOCTOR WHO PROJECT

(from Jigsaw Publications ([info unknown], Canada))

http://the%20doctorwhoproject.freeservers.com/

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1999-2003, at least 5 issues)

THE DOCTOR WHO REVIEW

- Previously called: "Invasion", "Kroll", "Shadow", "The Doctor Who Journal", "Hat 'n Scarf", and "23/11/63".

(from Tim Robbins (Newport, Gwent, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1978, at least 1 issue)

THE DOCTOR WHO REVIEW (U.S. Edition)

(from Ron Rowe (in coordination with Paul Mount and the '23/11/63' UK fan club) (Moorpark, California, USA))

  • # 1 (Jan/Feb 1980)
  • # 2 (14 Jul 1980)

THE DOCTOR WHO REVIEW

(from Cybermark Services (UK))

  • # 8 (Volume 2, # 2 - Dec 1980)

DOCTOR WHO: THE NEXT GENERATION

(from Steve Worman ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 1 issue)

DOCTOR WHO - WHO'S NEWS

(from 'The Time Lords of Miami Valley' / 'Time Lords of Ohio' (Urbana, Ohio, USA))

  • Jul 1988 -holding is a photocopy
  • Aug 1988 -holding is a photocopy
  • Sep 1988 -holding is a photocopy
  • Oct 1988 -holding is a photocopy
  • Nov 1988 -Issue not labeled with #; holding is a photocopy
  • Dec 1988 -holding is a photocopy
  • Jan 1989 -holding is a photocopy
  • Feb 1989 -holding is a photocopy
  • Mar 1989 -holding is a photocopy
  • Apr 1989 -holding is a photocopy
  • May 1989 -holding is a photocopy
  • Jun 1989 -holding is a photocopy
  • Jul/Aug 1989 -holding is a photocopy

DOCTOR WHO TIMES

(from M. R. Englander (Oxford, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1984-1985)

DREAMSTONES

(from Jigsaw Publications (Ed. Bob Furnell and Terry Baker) ([info unknown], Canadian))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 2000-2001, at least 2 issues)

DR WHO

(from 'D.W.A.S. Stoke-on-Trent' ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1977, at least 1 issue)

DR WHO

(from Peter Wilson ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 197?, at least 5 issues)

DWARF STAR

(from Jamie Wooley ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1987, at least 1 issue)

DWIFC MAGAZINE ('Doctor Who International Fan Club Magazine')

(from 'The Offical Doctor Who Fan Club' ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. Apr 1976, at least 1 issue)

DWNY MAGAZINE

(from 'DWNY' (Doctor Who New York) fanclub (New York, New York, USA))

  • Volume 1, # 1

DXC

(from [info unknown] (Edited by Roger Clark) ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1995, at least 8 issues)

DYNATROPE

(from the 'Brisbane Doctor Who Fan Club' (Brisbane, Australia))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1994, 1 issue)

DYNATROPE

(from Robert Franks (Morden, Surrey, UK))

  • # 3
  • # 4

E

ENLIGHTENMENT

(from the 'Doctor Who Information Network' (Toronto, Ontario, Canada))

  • # 9 (Volume 2, # 3 -- Jul 1985)
  • # 13 (Volume 3, # 1 -- Mar/Apr 1986)
  • # 14 (Volume 3, # 2 -- May/Jun 1986)
  • # 19 (Volume 4, # 1 -- Mar/Apr 1987)
  • # 20 (Volume 4, # 2 -- May/Jun 1987)
  • # 21 (Volume 4, # 3 -- Jul/Aug 1987)
  • # 22 (Volume 4, # 4 -- Sep/Oct 1987)
  • # 23 (Volume 4, # 5 -- Nov/Dec 1987)
  • # 24 (Volume 4, # 6 -- Jan/Feb 1988)
  • # 25 (Volume 5, # 1 -- Mar/Apr 1988)
  • # 26 (Volume 5, # 2 -- May/Jun 1988) -cover says only 'May'
  • # 27 (Volume 5, # 3 -- Jul/Aug 1988)
  • # 28 (Volume 5, # 4 -- Sep/Oct 1988)
  • # 29 (Volume 5, # 5 -- Nov/Dec 1988)
  • # 30 (Volume 5, # 6 -- Jan/Feb 1989)
  • # 31 (Volume 6, # 1 -- Mar/Apr 1989)
  • # 32 (Volume 6, # 2 -- May/Jun 1989)
  • # 33 (Volume 6, # 3 -- Jul/Aug 1989)
  • # 34 (Volume 6, # 4 -- Sep/Oct 1989)
  • # 35 (Volume 6, # 5 -- Nov/Dec 1989)
  • # 36 (Volume 7, # 1 -- Jan/Feb 1990)
  • # 37 (Volume 7, # 2 -- Mar/Apr 1990)
  • # 38 (Volume 7, # 3 -- May/Jun 1990)
  • # 39 (Volume 7, # 4 -- Jul/Aug 1990)
  • # 40 (Volume 7, # 5 -- Sep/Oct 1990)
  • # 41 (Volume 7, # 6 -- Nov/Dec 1990)
  • # 42 (Volume 8, # 1 -- Jan/Feb 1991)
  • # 43 (Volume 8, # 2 -- Mar/Apr 1991) - cover dated April 1st, 1991
  • # 44 (Volume 8, # 3 -- May/Jun 1991)
  • # 45 (Volume 8, # 4 -- Jul/Aug 1991)
  • # 46 (Volume 8, # 5 -- Sep/Oct 1991)
  • # 47 (Volume 8, # 6 -- Nov/Dec 1991)
  • # 48 (Volume 9, # 1 -- Jan/Feb 1992)
  • # 49 (Volume 9, # 2 -- Mar/Apr 1992)
  • # 50 (Volume 9, # 3 -- May/Jun 1992)
  • # 51 (Volume 9, # 4 -- Jul/Aug 1992)
  • # 52 (Volume 9, # 5 -- Sep/Oct 1992)
  • # 53 (Volume 9, # 6 -- Nov/Dec 1992)
  • # 54 (Volume 10, # 1 -- Jan/Feb 1993)
  • # 55 (Volume 10, # 2 -- Mar/Apr 1993)
  • # 56 (Volume 10, # 3 -- May/Jun 1993)
  • # 57 (Volume 10, # 4 -- Jul/Aug 1993)
  • # 58 (Volume 10, # 5 -- Sep/Oct 1993)
  • # 60 (Volume 11, # 1 -- Jan/Feb 1994)
  • # 61 (Volume 11, # 2 -- Mar/Apr 1994)
  • # 62 (Volume 11, # 3 -- May/Jun 1994)
  • # 64 (Volume 11, # 5 -- Sep/Oct 1994)
  • # 65 (Volume 11, # 6 -- Nov/Dec 1994)
  • # 66 (Volume 12, # 1 -- Jan/Feb 1995)
  • # 67 (Volume 12, # 2 -- Mar/Apr 1995)
  • # 68 (Volume 12, # 3 -- May/Jun 1995)
  • # 69 (Volume 12, # 4 -- Jul/Aug 1995)
  • # 70 (Volume 12, # 5 -- Sep/Oct 1995)
  • # 71 (Volume 12, # 6 -- Nov/Dec 1996)
  • # 72 (Volume 13, # 1 -- Jan/Feb 1996)
  • # 73 (Volume 13, # 2 -- Mar/Apr 1996)
  • # 74 (Volume 13, # 3 -- May/Jun 1996)
  • # 75 (Volume 13, # 4 -- Jul/Aug 1996)
  • # 76 (Volume 13, # 5 -- Sep/Oct 1996)
  • # 77 (Volume 13, # 6 -- Nov/Dec 1996)
  • # 78 (Volume 14, # 1 -- Jan/Feb 1997)
  • # 79 (Volume 14, # 2 -- Mar/Apr 1997)
  • # 80 (Volume 14, # 3 -- May/Jun 1997)
  • # 81 (Volume 14, # 4 -- Jul/Aug 1997)
  • # 82 (Volume 14, # 5 -- Sep/Oct 1997)
  • # 83 (Volume 14, # 6 -- Nov/Dec 1997)
  • # 84 (Volume 15, # 1 -- Jan/Feb 1998)
  • # 85 (Volume 15, # 2 -- Mar/Apr 1998)
  • # 86 (Volume 15, # 3 -- May/Jun 1998)
  • # 87 (Volume 15, # 4 -- Jul/Aug 1998)
  • # 88 (Volume 15, # 5 -- Sep/Oct 1998)
  • # 89 (Volume 15, # 6 -- Nov/Dec 1998)
  • # 90 (Volume 16, # 1 -- Jan/Feb 1999)
  • # 91 (Volume 16, # 2 -- Mar/Apr 1999)
  • # 92 (Volume 16, # 3 -- May/Jun 1999)
  • # 93 (Volume 16, # 4 -- Jul/Aug 1999)
  • # 94 (Volume 16, # 5 -- Sep/Oct 1999)
  • # 95 (Volume 16, # 6 -- Nov/Dec 1999)
  • # 96 (Volume 17, # 1 -- Feb/Mar 2000)
  • # 97 (Volume 17, # 2 -- Apr/May 2000)
  • # 98 (Volume 17, # 3 -- Jun/Jul 2000)
  • # 99 (Volume 17, # 4 -- Aug/Sep 2000)
  • # 100 (Volume 17, # 5 -- Oct/Nov 2000)
  • # 101 (Volume 17, # 6 -- Dec 2000)
  • # 102 (Volume 18, # 1 -- Feb/Mar 2001) - listed as #94 (Vol.17 #3) inside cover
  • # 103 (Volume 18, # 2 -- Apr/May 2001)
  • # 104 (Volume 18, # 3 -- Jun/Jul 2001)
  • # 105 (Volume 18, # 4 -- Aug/Sep 2001)
  • # 106 (Volume 18, # 5 -- Oct/Nov 2001)
  • # 107 (Volume 18, # 6 -- Dec 2001)
  • # 108 (Volume 19, # 1 -- Feb/Mar 2002)
  • # 109 (Volume 19, # 2 -- Apr/May 2002)
  • # 110 (Volume 19, # 3 -- Jun/Jul 2002)
  • # 111 (Volume 19, # 4 -- Aug/Sep 2002)
  • # 112 (Volume 19, # 5 -- oct/Nov 2002)
  • # 113 (Volume 19, # 6 -- Dec 2002)
  • # 114 (Volume 20, # 1 -- Feb/Mar 2003) - listed as #114 (Vol.20 #6) inside cover
  • # 115 (Volume 20, # 2 -- Apr/May 2003)
  • # 116 (Volume 20, # 3 -- Jun/Jul 2003)
  • # 117 (Volume 20, # 4 -- Aug/Sep 2003)
  • # 118 (Volume 20, # 5 -- Nov 2003)
  • # 119 (Volume 20, # 6 -- Dec 2003)
  • # 120 (Volume 21, # 1 -- Feb/Mar 2004)
  • # 121 (Volume 21, # 2 -- Apr/May 2004)
  • # 122 (Volume 21, # 3 -- Jun/Jul 2004)
  • # 123 (Volume 21, # 4 -- Aug/Sep 2004)
  • # 124 (Volume 21, # 5 -- Nov 2004)
  • # 125 (Volume 21, # 6 -- Dec 2004) - listed as #125 (Vol.21 #4) inside cover
  • # 126 (Volume 22, # 1 -- Feb/Mar 2005)
  • # 127 (Volume 22, # 2 -- Apr/May 2005)
  • # 128 (Volume 22, # 3 -- Jun/Jul 2005)
  • # 129 (Volume 22, # 4 -- Sep/Oct 2005)
  • # 130 (Volume 22, # 5 -- Oct/Nov 2005)
  • # 131 (Volume 22, # 6 -- Dec 2005)
  • # 132 (Volume 23, # 1 -- Feb/Mar 2006) - listed as "Feb/Mar 2005" inside cover
  • # 133 (Volume 23, # 2 -- Apr/May 2006) - listed as #133 (Vol.23 #1), "Apr/May 2005" inside cover
  • # 134 (Volume 23, # 3 -- Jun/Jul 2006)
  • # 135 (Volume 23, # 4 -- Oct 2006)
  • # 136 (Volume 23, # 5 -- Nov 2006)
  • # 137 (Volume 23, # 6 -- Dec 2006)
  • # 138 (Volume 24, # 1 -- Mar 2007)
  • # 139 (Volume 24, # 2 -- May 2007)
  • # 140 (Volume 24, # 3 -- Jul 2007)
  • # 141 (Volume 24, # 4 -- Oct 2007)
  • # 142 (Volume 24, # 5 -- Nov 2007)

EPHEMERAL

(from Stuart Clowes (Burntwood, Staffordshire, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1986, at least 3 issues)

ESSENTIAL SF (aka. ESF)

(from Zach Farquharson-Waugh ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1998-2000, at least 5 issues)

ETERNITY

(from Lee Zachariah ([info unknown], Australia))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 10 issues)

EXO SPACE

(from the 'Exeter Local DWAS Group' (c/o Richard Burt) (Tiverton, Devon, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c.1985, at least 1 issue)

EXPERIMENTAL GRID

(from Patrick Mulkern ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c.1986, at least 1 issue)

EXXILON REVIEW

(from 'Local Group #14' [NADWAS-?] (c/o Steven Johnson) (Warren, Michigan, USA))

  • # 2 (Dec 1979)
  • # 3 (Mar 1980)

EYE OF HARMONY

(from Leslie P. Hollis ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1992-1994, at least 6 issues)

EYE OF HORUS

(from Doug Smith (Acomb, York, UK))

  • # 2 (May 1983)
  • # 4 (Oct 1983)

THE FACES OF TIME

(from Mary D. Bloemker (East Boston, Massachusets, USA))

  • # 2 (Jul 1982)

FAN AID

(from Paul Cornell and Paul West ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c.1984, at least 1 issue)

FANATIC

(from Zach Farquharson-Waugh ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 2001, only 1 issue)

FAN BOY

(from Matt Jones ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1993, at least 1 issue)

FAN MAIL

(from Fanmail (Chester-le-st, Durham, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1990, at least 4 issues and summer special)

FANTASTIC! - The Doctor Who Fanzine

(from 'The Earthbound TimeLords' (Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA))

  • # 1 ("Rose")
  • # 2 ("The End of the World")
  • # 3 ("The Unquiet Dead")
  • # 4 ("Aliens of London")
  • # 5 ("World War Three")
  • # 6 ("Dalek")
  • # 7 ("The Long Game")
  • # 8 ("Father's Day")
  • # 9 ("The Empty Child")
  • # 10 ("The Doctor Dances")

FANTASY EMPIRE

(from New Media Publishing (Tampa, Florida, USA))

  • # 1 (Jul 1981)
  • # 2 (Oct 1981)
  • # 4
  • # 5
  • # 6
  • # 7 (Oct 1983)
  • # 9 (Mar 1984)
  • # 10 (Apr 1984)
  • # 11 (May 1984)
  • # 12 (Jul 1984)
  • # 13 (Sep 1984)
  • # 14 (Nov 1984)
  • # 16 (Mar 1985)
  • # 17 (May 1985)
  • # 18 (Jul 1985)
  • Collector's Edition # 1 (1983)
  • Collector's Edition # 2 (1983)
  • Collector's Edition # 3 (1984)
  • Collector's Edition # 4 (1984)
  • Collector's Edition # 5 (1984)
  • Collector's Special # 6

FANTASY ENTERPRISES

(from New Media Publishing (Tampa, Florida, USA))

  • # 1 (Winter 1986)

FANTASY TELEVISION

(from New Media Publishing (Tampa, Florida, USA))

  • # 1 (Oct 1984)

THE FAN ZINE

(from Paul Kirkley ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1992, at least 1 issue)

FAR HORIZONS

(from Martin Ramsden ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1994, at least 1 issue)

FAST RETURN

(from The Fourth Dimention Timelords ([info unknown], UK))

http://www.go.tv/fdl

  • NO ISSUES (c. 2000-2003, at least 6 issues)

FATWAH

(from Vince Stadon ([info unknown], UK))

http://www.members.tripod.com/fatwah

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1992-2003, at least 40 issues)

FAZE

(from John Connors ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1990-2001, at least 23 issues)

FENDAHL

(from 'D.W.A.S.' and S & F Danes ([info unknown, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c.Oct 1980, at least 13 issues)

FENDAHL

(from Steven Johnson (Warren, Michigan, USA))

  • NO ISSUES (c.1980-1981, at least 16 issues)

THE FINISHED PRODUCT

-Issue #1 is often refered to by its subtitle "The McGannzine"

(from Kenny Smith ([info unknown], UK))

  • Issue # 2 (Jan 2002) - The Unoffical Companion to the Doctor Who Audio Series from Big Finish Productions

FLIGHT THROUGH ETERNITY

(from Stephen Slater ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c.Aug 1982, at least 2 issues)

FLUID LINK

(from M. Doggett ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 3 issues)

FOUR HUNDRED DAWNS

(from Mark Edwards ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1991, at least 1 issue)

THE FRAME

(from The Frame (Surbiton, Surrey, UK))

  • The Best of Issues One to Three
  • # 4 (Nov 1987)
  • # 7 (Aug 1988)
  • # 8 (Nov 1988)
  • # 9 (Feb 1989)
  • # 10 (May 1989)
  • # 11 (Aug 1989)
  • # 12 (Nov 1989)
  • # 13 (Feb 1990)
  • # 14 (May 1990)
  • # 15 (Aug 1990)
  • # 16 (Nov 1990)
  • # 17 (Spring 1991)
  • # 18 (Summer 1991)
  • # 19 (Autumn 1991)
  • # 20 (Winter 1991)
  • # 21/22 (Spring & Summer 1992)

THE FRIENDS OF... DOCTOR WHO

(from 'The Friends of Doctor Who' (Reading, Pennsylvania, USA))

  • Volume 2 #2 (Spring 1990)
  • Volume 2 #3 (Summer 1990)
  • Volume 2 #4 (Fall 1990)
  • Volume 3 #1 (Winter 1990)
  • Volume 3 #2 (Spring 1991)
  • Volume 3 #3 (Summer 1991)
  • Volume 3 #4 (Fall 1991)
  • Volume 4 #1 (Winter 1991-92)
  • Volume 4 #2 (Spring 1992)
  • Volume 4 #3 (Summer 1992)
  • Volume 4 #4 (Fall 1992)
  • Volume 5 #1 (Winter 1992-93)
  • Volume 5 #2 (Spring 1993)
  • Volume 5 #3 (Summer 1993)
  • Volume 5 #4 (Spring 1994)
  • Volume 6 #1 (Summer 1994)
  • Volume 6 #3 (Winter 1995)
  • Volume 6 #4 (Spring 1995)
  • Volume 7 #1 (Summer 1995)
  • Volume 7 #2 (Fall 1995)
  • Volume 7 #3 (Winter 1996)
  • Volume 7 #4 (Spring 1996)
  • Volume 8 #1 (Summer 1996)
  • Volume 8 #2 (Fall 1996)
  • Volume 9 #1 (Summer 1997)
  • Volume 9 #2 (Fall 1997)
  • Volume 9 #3 (Winter 1997-98)
  • Volume 9 #4 (Spring 1998)
  • Volume 11, Number 2 (Fall 1999)
  • Volume 11, Number 3 (Winter 2000)
  • Volume 11, Number 4 (Spring 2000)
  • Volume 12, Number 1 (Summer 2000)
  • Volume 12, Number 2 (Fall 2000)
  • Volume 12, Number 3 (Winter 2001)

FRINGE WORLD

(from John Connors ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 2001, at least 1 issue)

FROM THE NOTEBOOK OF: SARAH JANE

(from Rie Meyer (Austin, Texas, USA)

  • # 2 (1983)
  • # 3 (1984)
  • # 4 (1984)
  • # 6 (Feb 1985)

FRONTIER WORLDS

(from Frontier Worlds (c/o Peter J. Lovelady) (Sale, Cheshire, UK))

  • # 17 (May 1983)

FRONTIOS

(from Treve Brown (Penryn, Cornwall, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1985, only 1 issue)

FRONTIOS

(from Amanda L. Murrary ([info unknown])

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1985, at least 9 issues)

G

GALAXY 4

(from R. A. Starkings ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1978, at least 1 issue)

GALLIFREY CHRONICLES

(from Steven Johnson (Warren, Michigan, USA))

  • # 5 (Oct 1980) -holding is a photocopy

THE GALLIFREY GAZETTE

(from Eileen Jones (Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA))

  • Volume 1 -Infinity Symbol with Tom Baker cover
  • Volume 3
  • Volume 4
  • Volume 5
  • Volume 6
  • Volume 7
  • Volume 8
  • Volume 9

GALLIFREYAN GAZETTE

(from the 'Whoosier Network' (Indianapolis, Indiana, USA))

  • # 16 (Mar 1986)
  • # 17 (Apr 1986)
  • # 50 (Jan 1989)
  • # 51 (Feb 1989)
  • # 52 (Mar 1989)
  • # 53 (01 Apr 1989)
  • # 54 (May 1989)
  • # 55 (Jun 1989)
  • Whoosier Network Merchandise Catalog # 1 (Jul 1989)
  • # 56 (Jul 1989)
  • # 57 (Aug 1989)
  • # 58 (Sep 1989)
  • # 59 (Oct 1989)
  • # 60 (Nov 1989)
  • # 61 (Dec 1989)
  • Who-Net Enterprises Marchandise Catalog # 3 (Jan 1990)
  • # 62 (Jan 1990)
  • # 64 (Mar 1990)
  • # 65 (Apr 1990)
  • # 66 (May 1990)
  • # 67 (Jun 1990)
  • # 68 (Jul 1990)
  • # 69 (Aug 1990)
  • # 70 (Sep 1990)
  • # 71 (Oct 1990)
  • # 72 (Nov 1990)
  • # 73 (Dec 1990) -Mislabeled # 72 on cover
  • # 74 (Jan 1991)
  • # 75 (Feb 1991)
  • # 76 (Mar 1991)
  • # 77 (Apr 1991)
  • # 78 (May 1991)
  • # 79 (Jun 1991)
  • # 80 (Jul 1991)
  • # 81 (Aug 1991)
  • # 82 (Sep 1991)
  • # 83 (Oct 1991)
  • # 85 (Dec 1991)
  • # 86 (Jan 1992)
  • # 87 (Feb 1992)
  • # 88 (Mar 1992)
  • # 92 (Jul 1992)
  • # 93 (Aug 1992)
  • # 96 (Jan 1993)
  • # 97 (Feb 1993)
  • # 98 (Mar 1993)
  • # 99 (Apr 1993)
  • # 100 (May 1993)
  • # 101 (Jun 1993)
  • # 102 (Jul 1993)
  • # 103 (Aug 1993)
  • The Gallifreyan Gazette Extra (Sep 1993)
  • # 106 (Mar 1994)
  • # 107 (Apr 1994)
  • # 108 (May 1994)
  • # 109 (Jun/Jul 1994)
  • # 110 (Aug/Sep 1994)
  • # 111 (Oct/Nov 1994)
  • # 112 (Dec 1994)
  • # 114 (Mar/Apr 1995)
  • # 116 (May 1995)
  • # 117 (Jun 1995)
  • # 118 (Jul 1995)
  • # 120 (Sep 1995)
  • # 123 (Dec 1995)
  • # 124 (Jan 1996)
  • # 125 (Feb 1996)
  • # 126 (Mar 1996)
  • # 127 (Apr 1996)
  • # 128 (May 1996)
  • # 130 (Jul 1996)
  • # 131 (Aug 1996)
  • # 131 (Aug 1996)
  • # 133 (Oct 1996)
  • # 134 (Nov 1996)
  • # 135 (Dec 1986/Jan 1987) -cover listed as # 135 (Dec/Jan 1996)
  • Feb 1997
  • # 140 (Jun 1997)
  • # 164 (Sep 1999)
  • # 165 (Oct 1999)
  • # 166 (Nov 1999)
  • # 168 (Jan 2000)
  • # 170 (Mar 2000)
  • # 172 (May 2000)
  • # 173 (Jun/Jul 2000)
  • # 174 (Aug 2000)
  • # 175 (Sep/Oct 2000)
  • # 176 (Nov 2000)
  • # 177 (Dec 2000)
  • # 182 (Jul 2001)
  • # 183 (Aug 2001)
  • # 184 (Sep 2001)
  • # 187 (Jan 2002)
  • # 188 (Feb 2002)
  • Volume 1, # 189 (Mar 2002)
  • Volume 1, # 190 (Apr 2002)
  • Volume 1, # 191 (May 2002)
  • Volume 1, # 192 (Jun 2002)
  • Volume 1, # 193 (Jul 2002) -cover listed as Volume 1, # 193 (Jul 2003)
  • Volume 1, # 194 (Aug/Sep 2002) -cover listed as Volume 1, # 194 (Aug/Sep 2003)
  • Volume 1, # 195 (Oct 2002)
  • Volume 1, # 196 (Nov/Dec 2002)
  • Volume 1, # 198 (Mar 2003)
  • Volume 1, # 199 (Apr/May 2003)
  • Volume 1, # 201 (Aug 2003)
  • Volume 1, # 203 (Nov/Dec 2003)
  • Volume 1, # 204 (Jan 2004)
  • Volume 1, # 206 (Mar 2004)

THE GALLIFREYAN GAZETTE

(from the 'Doctor Who Speculative Fiction Society' (University of Wisconsin-Parkside: Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA))

  • Volume 3, # 2 (winter 1985)
  • Volume 3, # 3 (spring 1985)
  • Volume 3, # 4 (Jun 1985)
  • Volume 3, # 5 (Jul 1985)
  • Volume 3, # 6 (Aug 1985)
  • Volume 4, # 2
  • Volume 4, # 3 (spring/summer 1986) -mislabeled 'Vol. 3 # 3'

THE GALLIFREYAN GAZETTE (...From Below the Citadel) - The Offical Newsletter of the Knights of the White Guardian

(from the 'Knights of the White Guardian' (Chicopee, Massachusetts, USA))

  • Volume 6, # 5 (Feb 1993)
  • Volume 7, # 1 (Oct 1993)
  • Volume 7, # 3 (Dec 1993)
  • Volume 7, # 4 (Jan 1994)
  • Volume 7, # 5 (Feb 1994)
  • Volume 7, # 6 (Mar 1994)
  • Volume 7, # 7 (Apr 1994)
  • Volume 7, # 8 (May 1994) -mislabeled 'Volume 7, # 7 (May 1994) in inside cover
  • Volume 7, # 9/10 (Jun/Jul 1994) -mislabeled 'Volume 7, # 8/9 (Jun/Jul 1994) on cover
  • Volume 7, # 11 (Aug 1994)-mislabeled 'Volume 7, # 10 (Aug 1994) on cover
  • Volume 7, # 12 (Sep 1994)
  • Volume 8, # 1 (Oct 1994)
  • Volume 8, # 3 (Dec 1994)
  • Volume 8, # 5 (Feb 1995)
  • Volume 8, # 6 (Mar 1995)
  • Volume 8, # 7 (Apr 1995)
  • Volume 8, # 8 (May 1995)
  • Volume 8, # 8 (Jun 1995)
  • Volume 8, # 10 (Jul 1995)
  • Volume 8, # 11 (Aug 1995)
  • Volume 8, # 12 (Sep 1995)
  • Volume 9, # 1 (Oct 1995)
  • Volume 9, # 3 (Dec 1995)
  • Volume 9, # 4 (Jan 1996)
  • Volume 9, # 5 (Mar 1996)
  • Volume 9, # 6 (Apr 1996)
  • Volume 9, # 8 (Jun 1996)
  • Volume 9 # 9 (Special 1996)
  • Volume 9, # 10 (Jul 1996)
  • Volume 9, # 11 (Aug 1996)
  • Volume 9, # 12 (Sep 1996)
  • Volume 10, # 1 (Oct 1996)
  • Volume 10, # 2 (Nov 1996)
  • Volume 10, # 3 (Dec 1996)
  • Volume 10, # 4 (Jan 1997)
  • Volume 10, # 5 (Feb 1997)
  • Volume 10, # 8 (May 1997)
  • Volume 10, # 9 (Jun 1997)
  • Volume 10, # 12 (Sep 1997)
  • Volume 11, # 1 (Special Aniversary Issue)
  • Volume 11, # 4 (Jan 1998)
  • Volume 11, # 6 (Mar 1998)
  • Volume 11, # 9 (Jun 1998)
  • Volume 12, # 4 (Jan 1999)
  • Volume 12, # 5 (Feb 1999)
  • Volume 12, # 7 (Apr 1999)
  • Volume 12, # 9 (Jun 1999)
  • Volume 12, # 10 (Jul 1999) -misdated 'Volume 12, # 9 (Jul 1999)' on cover
  • Volume 12, # 11 (Aug 1999)
  • Volume 12, # 12 (Sep 1999)
  • Volume 13, # 1 (Oct 1999)
  • Volume 13, # 2 (Nov 1999)
  • Volume 13, # 3 (Dec 1999)
  • Volume 13, # 4 (Jan 2000)
  • Volume 13, # 5 (Feb 2000)
  • Volume 13, # 6 (Mar 2000)
  • Volume 13, # 7 (Apr 2000)
  • Volume 13, # 8 (May 2000)
  • Volume 13, # 9 (Jun 2000)
  • Volume 13, # 10 (Jul 2000)
  • Volume 13, # 12 (Sep 2000)
  • Volume 14, # 1 (Oct 2000)
  • Volume 14, # 2 (Nov 2000)

THE GALLIFREY GUARDIAN - The Offical Newsletter of the Guardians of Gallifrey

(from 'The Guardians of Gallifrey' (Orlando, Florida, USA))

  • Volume 1, # 2 (Aug 1987)
  • Volume 1, # 3 (Sep 1987)
  • Volume 1, # 4 (Oct 1987)
  • Volume 1, # 5 (Nov 1987)
  • Volume 1, # 6 (Dec 1987)
  • Volume 1, # 7 (Jan 1988)
  • Volume 1, # 8 (Feb 1988)
  • Volume 1, # 9 (Mar 1988) -misdated as 'Volume 1, # 8 (Mar 1988) on cover
  • Volume 1, # 10 (Apr 1988)
  • Volume 1, # 11 (May 1988)
  • Volume 1, # 12 (Jun 1988)
  • Volume 2, # 1 (Jul 1988)
  • Volume 2, # 2 (Aug 1988)
  • Volume 2, # 3 (Sep 1988)
  • Volume 2, # 4 (Oct 1988)
  • Volume 2, # 5 (Nov 1988)
  • Volume 2, # 6 (Dec 1988)
  • Volume 2, # 7 (Jan 1989)
  • Volume 2, # 8 (Feb 1989)
  • Volume 2, # 9 (Mar 1989)
  • Volume 2, # 10 (Apr 1989)
  • Volume 2, # 11 (May 1989)
  • Volume 2, # 12 (Jun 1989)
  • Volume 3, # 1 (Jul 1989)
  • Volume 3, # 2 (Aug 1989)
  • Volume 3, # 3 (Sep 1989)
  • Volume 3, # 4 (Oct 1989)
  • Volume 3, # 5 (Nov 1989)
  • Volume 3, # 6 (Dec 1989)
  • Volume 3, # 7 (Jan 1990)
  • Volume 3, # 8 (Feb 1990)
  • Volume 3, # 9 (Mar 1990)
  • Volume 3, # 10 (Apr 1990) -cover misdated 'Volume 3, #8 (Apr 1990)'
  • Volume 3, # 12 (Jun 1990)
  • Volume 4, # 1 (Jul 1990)
  • Volume 4, # 2 (Aug 1990)
  • Volume 4, # 3 (Sep 1990)
  • Volume 4, # 4 (Oct 1990)
  • Volume 4, # 5 (Nov 1990)
  • Volume 4, # 6 (Dec 1990)
  • Volume 4, # 7 (Jan 1991)
  • Volume 4, # 8 (Feb 1991)
  • Volume 4, # 9 (Mar 1991)
  • Volume 4, # 10 (Apr 1991)
  • Volume 4, # 11 (May 1991)
  • Volume 4, # 12 (Jun 1991)
  • Volume 5, # 1 (Jul 1991)
  • Volume 5, # 2 (Aug 1991)
  • Volume 5, # 3 (Sep 1991)
  • Volume 5, # 4 (Oct 1991)
  • Volume 5, # 5 (Nov 1991)
  • Volume 5, # 6 (Dec 1991)
  • Volume 5, # 7 (Jan 1992)
  • Volume 5, # 8 (Feb 1992)
  • Volume 5, # 9 (Mar 1992)
  • Volume 5, # 10 (Apr 1992)
  • Volume 5, # 11 (May 1992)
  • Volume 5, # 12 (Jun 1992)
  • Volume 6, # 1 (Jul 1992)
  • Volume 6, # 2 (Aug 1992)
  • Volume 6, # 3 (Sep 1992)
  • Volume 6, # 6 (Dec 1992)
  • Volume 6, # 7 (Jan 1992)
  • Volume 6, # 8 (Feb 1993)
  • Volume 6, # 9 (Mar 1993)
  • Volume 6, # 10 (Apr 1993)
  • Volume 6, # 11 (May 1993)
  • Volume 6, # 12 (Jun 1993)
  • Volume 7, # 1 (Jul 1993)
  • Volume 7, # 2 (Aug 1993)
  • Volume 7, # 3 (Sep 1993)
  • Volume 7, # 5 (Nov 1993)
  • Volume 7, # 6 (Dec 1993)
  • Volume 7, # 7 (Jan 1994)
  • Volume 7, # 8 (Feb 1994)
  • Volume 7, # 9 (Mar 1994)
  • Volume 7, # 10 (Apr 1994)
  • Volume 7, # 11 (May 1994)
  • Volume 7, # 12 (Jun 1994)
  • Volume 8, # 1 (Jul 1994)
  • Volume 8, # 2 (Aug 1994)
  • Volume 8, # 3 (Sep 1994)
  • Volume 8, # 4 (Oct 1994)
  • Volume 8, # 6 (Dec 1994)
  • Volume 8, # 7 (Jan 1995)
  • Volume 8, # 8 (Feb 1995) -mislabeled 'Volume 8, # 7 (Jan 1995)', Sophie Aldred on cover
  • Volume 8, # 9 (Mar 1995) -mislabeled 'Volume 8, # 8 (Mar 1995)' on cover
  • Volume 8, # 10 (Apr 1995)
  • Volume 8, # 11 (Issue # 107) (May 1995)
  • Volume 8, # 12 (Jun 1995)
  • Volume 9, # 2 (Aug 1995)
  • Volume 9, # 3 (Sep 1995)
  • Volume 9, # 4 (Oct 1995)
  • Volume 9, # 6 (Dec 1995)
  • Volume 9, # 7 (Jan 1996)
  • Volume 9, # 8 (Feb 1996)
  • Volume 9, # 9 (Mar 1996)
  • Volume 9, # 10 (Apr 1996)
  • Volume 9, # 11 (May 1996)
  • Volume 9, # 12 (Jun 1996)
  • Volume 10, # 1 (Jul 1996)
  • Volume 10, # 2 (Aug 1996)
  • Volume 10, # 3 (Sep 1996)
  • Volume 10, # 4 (Oct 1996)
  • Volume 10, # 5 (Nov 1996)
  • Volume 10, # 6 (Dec 1996)
  • Volume 10, # 7 (Jan 1997)
  • Volume 10, # 8 (Feb 1997)
  • Volume 10, # 9 (Mar 1997)
  • Volume 10, # 10 (Apr 1997)
  • Jun 1997
  • Jul 1997
  • Aug 1997
  • Sep 1997
  • Oct 1997
  • Volume 11, # 6 (Nov 1997)
  • 1997 Christmas Party Invite Issue
  • Volume 11, # 7 (Jan 1998)
  • Volume 11, # 8 (Feb 1998)
  • Volume 11, # 9 (Mar 1998)
  • Volume 11, # 10 (Apr 1998)
  • Volume 11, # 11 (May 1998)
  • Volume 12, # 1 (Jul 1998)
  • Volume 12, # 10 (Apr 1999)
  • Apr 2003
  • Sep 2003
  • Dec 2003
  • Mar 2004

THE GALLIFREYAN HOME COMPANION

(from 'The Time Meddlers of Los Angeles' (Los Angeles, CA, USA)

http://www.gallifreyone.com/meddlers.htm

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1986-2003, at least 110 issues)

GAME OF RASSILON

(from Alun Harris ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1991-1992, at least 3 issues)

GATEWAY TO TIME

(from 'St. Louis Celestial Intervention Agency' (St.Louis, Missouri, USA))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1992-1993, at least 6 issues)

GENESIS

(from David Owen (possibly 'D.W.A.S. Merseyside') ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c.1977, at least 1 issue)

GLORY DAZE

(from Mark Edwards ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1991-1993, at least 16 issues)

GOTH

(from Neil Stewart ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 1 issue)

GUMBLEJACK

(from Keith Gooch (Scotland, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. [info unknown], at least 1 issue)

H

HAND OF OMEGA

(from Paul Berry ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1989-1994, at least 4 issues)

THE HARP

(from Mark Wickson ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1989-1990, at least 12 issues)

HAT 'N SCARF

- Previously called: "Invasion", "Kroll", and "Shadow" and "The Doctor Who Journal" and later became "23/11/63" and The Doctor Who Review".

(from Tim Robbins (Newport, Gwent, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1978, at least 1 issue)

THE HIGHLANDER

(from Brian Robb (Cumbernauld, Glasgow, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1985, at least 3 issues)

HIGHLIGHT

(from Andrew Cooper ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 3 issues)

THE HOURLY PRESS

(from Ian Richardson ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1993-1994, at least 10 issues)

HWDWVS BULLETIN (aka DWVSHO BULLETIN)

(from The Doctor Who Viewing Society of Hamilton (aka The Three Who Rule) ([info unknown], Canada))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 2000-2001, at least 10 issues)

I

ICEWORLD

(from Mark Short ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 8 issues)

ICEWORLD

- Previously titled: "Regeneration Quarterly"

(from 'Gallifrey' (edited by Sean-Paul Smith and Damian Christie) (Melbourne, Australia))

  • # 1 (Jan 1994) -electronic copy only
  • # 2 (Mar 1994) -electronic copy only
  • # 3 (May 1994) -electronic copy only
  • # 4 (Jul 1994) -electronic copy only

I'LL EXPLAIN LATER...

(from 'Legion of Rassilon' (Santa Clara, California, USA))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1997, at least 1 issue)

INFERNO

(from C. P. Rodgers ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1996, at least 1 issue)

INFINITE DREAMS

(from Mark Smith ([info unknown], UK and USA))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1993-1995 (UK) and 2002-2003 (USA), at least 7 issues)

INNER DIMENSIONS

(from the 'Whoosier Network' (Indianapolis, Indiana, USA))

  • Volume 1, # 2

INNER DOOR

(from Inner Door Zines ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1990, at least 1 issue)

INTERGALACTIC ENQUIRER

(from the 'Time Meddlers of Los Angeles' (Los Angeles, California, USA))

  • Volume 6, # 9 (Sep 1991)
  • Volume 6, # 10 (Oct 1991)
  • Volume 7, # 10 (Oct 1992)
  • Volume 7, # 11 (Nov 1992)
  • Volume 7, # 12 (Dec 1992)
  • Volume 8, # 1 (Jan 1993)
  • Volume 8, # 2 (Feb 1993)
  • Volume 8, # 3 (Mar 1993)
  • Volume 8, # 4 (Apr 1993)
  • Volume 8, # 5 (May 1993)
  • Volume 8, # 6 (Jun 1993)
  • Volume 8, # 7 (Jul 1993)
  • Volume 8, # 8 (Aug 1993)
  • Volume 8, # 9 (Sep 1993)
  • Volume 8, # 10 (Oct 1993)
  • Volume 8, # 11 (Nov 1993)
  • Volume 8, # 12 (Dec 1993) -mislabeled "Volume 8, # 11 (Dec 1993)" on cover
  • Volume 9, # 1 (Jan 1994)
  • Volume 9, # 2/3 (Feb/Mar 1994)
  • Volume 9, # 4 (Apr 1994) -mislabeled "Volume 9, # 4 (Apr 9194)" on cover
  • Volume 9, # 7 (Jul 1994)
  • Volume 9, # 8 (Aug 1994)
  • Volume 9, # 10 (Oct 1994)
  • Volume 9, # 11 (Nov 1994)
  • Volume 10, # 1 (Jan 1995)
  • Volume 10, # 2 (Feb 1995)
  • Volume 10, # 3 (Mar 1995)
  • Volume 10, # 4 (Apr 1995) -Named "The Extraneous Inquisitor (Volume 20, # 15, Apr 2010)" on cover
  • Volume 10, # 5 (May 1995)
  • Volume 10, # 6 (Jun 1995)
  • Volume 10, # 7 (Jul 1995)
  • The New Doctor Who Adventures/The Missing Adventures - A Quick Reference Guide (Aug 1995)
  • Volume 10, # 9 (Sep 1995) -mislabeled "Volume 10, # 8 (Sep 1995)" on cover
  • Volume 10, # 10 (Oct 1995)
  • Volume 11, # 1 (Jan 1996)
  • Volume 11, # 2 (Feb 1996)
  • Volume 11, # 3 (Mar 1996)
  • Volume 11, # 4 (Apr 1996) -Labeled "April 1999999996" on cover
  • Volume 11, # 5 (May 1996)
  • Volume 11, # 6 (Jun 1996)
  • Volume 11, # 7 (Jul 1996)
  • Volume 11, # 10 (Oct 1996) -mislabeled "Volume 11, # 9 (Oct 1996)" on cover
  • Volume 11, # 11 (Nov 1996) -mislabeled "Volume 11, # 10 (Nov 1996)" on cover
  • Volume 11, # 12 (Dec 1996)
  • The New and Missing Adventures - A Guidebook (Jan 1997)
  • Volume 12, # 1 (Jan 1997)
  • Volume 12, # 8 (Aug 1997)
  • Volume 12, # 10 (Oct 1997)
  • Volume 13, # 4 (Apr 1998)
  • Volume 14, # 1 (Jan 1999)
  • Volume 14, # 2 (Feb 1999)
  • Volume 14, # 6 (Jun 1999)
  • Volume 14, # 7 (Jul 1999) -No date on cover, top cover line says "A Doctor Who Film in Progress?"; dates throughout are inconsistent.
  • Volume 14, # 8 (Aug 1999)
  • Volume 14, # 9 (Sep 1999)
  • Volume 14, # 10 (Oct 1999)
  • Volume 14, # 11 (Nov 1999)
  • Volume 14, # 12 (Dec 1999)
  • Volume 15, # 1 (Jan 2000)
  • Volume 15, # 2 (Feb 2000)
  • Volume 15, # 3 (Mar 2000)
  • Volume 15, # 4 (Apr 2000)
  • Volume 15, # 5 (May 2000)
  • Volume 15, # 7 (Jul 2000)
  • Volume 17, # 10 (Oct 2002)
  • Volume 19, # 1 (Jan 2004)
  • Volume 19, # 2 (Feb 2004)

INTERNATIONAL ELECTROMATICS

(from Simon Thomas ([info unknown, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1989, at least 6 issues)

INVASION

- Later became: "Kroll", "Shadow", "The Doctor Who Journal", "Hat 'n Scarf", "23/11/63" and "The Doctor Who Review".

(from Tim Robbins (Newport, Gwent, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1978, at least 1 issue)

IN-VISION

(from Cybermark Services (Warwickshire, UK); follow-on magazine to "Adventures in Time and Space")

  • # 1 - Robot
  • # 2 - The Ark in Space
  • # 3 - The Sontaran Experiment
  • # 4 - Genesis of the Daleks
  • # 5 - Revenge of the Cybermen
  • # 6 - Season 12 Overview
  • # 7 - Terror of the Zygons
  • # 8 - Planet of Evil
  • # 9 - Pyramids of Mars
  • # 10 - The Android Invasion
  • # 11 - UNIT Special
  • # 12 - The Brain of Morbius
  • # 13 - The Seeds of Doom
  • # 14 - Season 13 Overview
  • # 15 - The Masque of Mandragora
  • # 16 - The Hand of Fear
  • # 17 - Sarah Special
  • # 18 - The Deadly Assassin
  • # 19 - The Face of Evil
  • # 20 - The Robots of Death
  • # 21 - The Talons of Weng-Chiang
  • # 22 - Whose Doctor Who
  • # 23 - Season 14 Overview
  • # 24 - Horror of Fang Rock
  • # 25 - The Invisible Enemy
  • # 26 - Image of the Fendahl
  • # 27 - The Sun Makers
  • # 28 - Underworld
  • # 29 - The Invasion of Time
  • # 30 - Season 15 Overview
  • # 31 - Leela Special
  • # 32 - The Ribos Operation
  • # 33 - The Pirate Planet
  • # 34 - The Stones of Blood
  • # 35 - The Androids of Tara
  • # 36 - The Power of Kroll
  • # 37 - The Armageddon Factor
  • # 38 - The Key to Time
  • # 39 - Destiny of the Daleks
  • # 40 - City of Death
  • # 41 - The Creature from the Pit
  • # 42 - The Nightmare of Eden
  • # 43 - The Horns of Nimon
  • # 44 - Shada
  • # 45 - Season 17 Overview
  • # 46 - The Leisure Hive
  • # 47 - Meglos
  • # 48 - Full Circle -electronic copy only
  • # 49 - State of Decay -electronic copy only
  • # 50 - Warriors Gate
  • # 51 - The Keeper of Traken
  • # 52 - Logopolis
  • # 53 - K-9 & Company-A Girl's Best Friend
  • # 54 - Season 18 Overview
  • # 55 - Castrovalva
  • # 56 - Four to Doomsday
  • # 57 - Kinda
  • # 58 - The Visitation
  • # 59 - Black Orchid
  • # 60 - Earthshock
  • # 61 - Time-Flight
  • # 62 - Season 19 Overview
  • # 63 - Arc of Infinity
  • # 64 - Snakedance
  • # 65 - Mawdryn Undead
  • # 66 - Terminus
  • # 67 - Enlightenment
  • # 68 - The King's Demons
  • # 69 - The Five Doctors
  • # 70 - Season 20 Overview
  • # 71 - Warriors of the Deep
  • # 72 - The Awakening
  • # 73 - Frontios
  • # 74 - Resurrection of the Daleks -labeled as "# 73"
  • # 75 - Planet of Fire
  • # 76 - The Caves of Androzani
  • # 77 - The Twin Dilemma
  • # 78 - Season 21 Overview
  • # 79 - Attack of the Cybermen
  • # 80 - Vengeance on Varos
  • # 81 - The Mark of the Rani
  • # 82 - The Two Doctors
  • # 83 - Timelash
  • # 84 - Revelation of the Daleks
  • # 85 - Season 22 Overview
  • # 86 - The Trial of a Time Lord (Parts 1-4)-The Mysterious Planet
  • # 87 - The Trial of a Time Lord (Parts 5-8)-Mindwarp
  • # 88 - The Trial of a Time Lord (Parts 9-12)-Terror of the Vervoids
  • # 89 - The Trial of a Time Lord (Parts 13-14)-The Ultimate Foe
  • # 90 - The Trial of a Time Lord
  • # 91 - Time and the Rani
  • # 92 - Paradise Towers
  • # 93 - Delta and the Bannermen
  • # 94 - Dragonfire
  • # 95 - Season 24 Overview
  • # 96 - Remembrance of the Daleks
  • # 97 - The Happiness Patrol
  • # 98 - Silver Nemesis
  • # 99 - The Greatest Show in the Galaxy
  • # 100 - Season 25 Overview
  • # 101 - Battlefield
  • # 102 - Ghost Light
  • # 103 - The Curse of Fenric
  • # 104 - Survival
  • # 105 - Season 26 Overview
  • # 106 - The Curse of Fatal Death
  • # 107 - The Wilderness Years
  • # 108 - The TV Movie
  • # 109 - The Legacy

IT'S IT!!

- Previously called "SIDRAT", "Time Scanner", "Time Scoop", "The Liberator" and "Its".

(from the 'Federation' (Libertyville/Vernon Hills, Illinois, USA))

  • #23/24 (Aug/Sep 1986)
  • #26 (Nov 1986)
  • #27/28/29 (Winter 1987)
  • #30 (Mar 1987)
  • #31 (Apr 1987)
  • #32 (May 1987)
  • #33 (Jun 1987)
  • #34 (Jul 1987)
  • #35 (Aug 1987)
  • #36 (Sep 1987)
  • #37 (Oct 1987)
  • #38 (Nov 1987)
  • #39 (Dec 1987)
  • #40 (Jan 1988)
  • #41 (Feb 1988)
  • #42 (Mar 1988)
  • #43 (April 1, 1988)
  • #44 (May 1988)
  • #46/47 (Jul/Aug 1988)
  • #48 (Sep 1988)
  • #49 (Oct 1988)
  • #50 (Nov 1988)
  • #51 (Dec 1988)
  • #52 (Jan 1989)
  • #53 (Feb 1989)
  • #54 (Mar 1989)
  • It's It Inquirer (April Fools 1989)
  • #56 (May 1989)
  • Jun 1989
  • #58/59 (Jul/Aug 1989)
  • #60 (Sep 1989)
  • #61 (Oct 1989)
  • #62 (Nov 1989)
  • #63 (Dec 1989) -Listed as 'The Final Issue'

J

JELLY BABY

(from Kean Crowe and Chuck Seeley (West Seneca, New York, USA))

  • # 1
  • # 2
  • # 3

JELLY BABY CHRONICLES

(from Otter Limits Press (Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA))

  • [unnumbered] (Oct 1980)
  • [unnumbered] (1981)
  • # 2 (1983)

JETHRYK

(from South Australian Doctor Who Club (edited by Matthew Fazarkerley, Georgina Bates, James Maragitich) ([info unknown], Australia))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 2000, at least 5 issues)

JIGSAW

(from Bob Furnell and Jigsaw Publications ([info unknown], Canada))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1992-2001, at least 45 issues)

K

KASTERBORIAN NIGHTS

(from Ian Pearson ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 1 issue)

THE KEY

(from The Key (Morecombe, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1990, at least 7 issues and 2 "The Key Presents...")

KRANG

(from Kieth Gooch (Edinburgh, Scotland, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c.1985, at least 3 issues)

KROAGNON

(from [info unknown] ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 1 issues)

KRONOS EXPRESS

(from Leo Scott (West Mackay, Queensland, Australia)) - eventually changed its name to "Australian Whovian Fanzine"

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1993-1994, at least 4 issues)

KROLL

- Previously called: "Invasion" and later became "Shadow", "The Doctor Who Journal", "Hat 'n Scarf", "23/11/63" and The Doctor Who Review".

(from Tim Robbins (Newport, Gwent, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1978, at least 1 issue)

L

LAND OF FICTION

(from Ian Atkins ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 5 issues)

LOGIC GATE

(from S. J. Broster ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1986, at least 1 issue)

M

MANDRIA

(from David Blenkinsopp ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 10 issues)

MARK II

(from Lora Mackie (Oshawa, Ontario, Canada))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1980, at least 3 issues)

MATRIX

-At least 45 issues (c.1987)

(from 'Edinburgh DWAS Local Group (c/o Richard Walter (Edinburough, Scotland UK))

  • # 2 (May 1979)

MATRIX

(from Seventh Door Fanzines (Southport, UK))

  • # 54 (Summer 1997)

MATRIX EXTRACTS

(from 'The Whovian Alliace of Salem' (Salem, Oregon, USA))

  • Volume 4, # 4 (Apr 1988)
  • Volume 4, # 5 (May 1988)
  • Volume 4, # 6 (Jun 1988)
  • Volume 4, # 7 (Jul 1988)
  • Volume 4, # 8 (Aug 1988)
  • Volume 4, # 9 (Sep 1988)
  • Volume 4, # 10 (Oct 1988)
  • Volume 4, # 11 (Nov 1988)
  • Volume 4, # 12 (Dec 1988)
  • Volume 5, # 1 (Jan 1989) -cover says "50th Issue"
  • Volume 5, # 2 (Feb 1989) -misdated on inside cover as 'Volume 5, # 1 (Jan 1989)', Chronovore cover, postmarked 'Feb 1989'
  • Volume 5, # 3 (Mar 1989) -misdated on inside cover as 'Volume 5, # 1 (Jan 1989)', TARDIS with dinosaurs cover, postmarked 'Mar 1989'
  • Volume 5, # 4 (Apr 1989)
  • Volume 5, # 5 (May 1989) -misdated on cover as 'Volume 4, # 5 (May 1989)
  • Volume 5, # 6 (Jun 1989)
  • Volume 5, # 7 (Jul 1989)
  • Volume 5, # 8 (Aug 1989)
  • Volume 5, # 9 (Sep 1989)
  • Volume 5, # 10 (Oct 1989)
  • Volume 5, # 11 (Nov 1989)
  • Volume 5, # 12 (Dec 1989)
  • Volume 6, # 1 (Jan 1990)
  • Volume 6, # 2 (Feb 1990)
  • Volume 6, # 3 (Mar 1990)
  • Volume 6, # 4 (Apr 1990)
  • Volume 6, # 6 (Jun 1990)
  • Volume 6, # 7 (Jul 1990)
  • Volume 6, # 11 (Nov 1990)

MEGAZINE

-At least 22 issues (c. 1992)

(from DWAS Merseyside Local Group (Edited by Graeme Wood) (Merseyside, UK))

  • # 20 (Nov/Dec 1986) [holding is a photocopy]

METAMORPH

(from Zach Farquharson-Waugh ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1990-1993, at least 14 issues)

METAMORPH II

(from Zach Farquharson-Waugh ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1990-2001, at least 13 issues)

MISTFALL

(from the 'Brisbane Doctor Who Fan Club' (Brisbane, Australia))

  • NO ISSUES (c.1990-2000, 30 issues)

MONDAS

(from John Nicholas (Radyr, Cardiff, UK))

  • # 3
  • Season 21 Special

MOONBASE

(from Philip Chant (Southsea, Hants, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1979, at least 1 issue)

MORBIUS - Newsletter of the Doctor Who SIG

(from 'MENSA: Doctor Who Special Interest Group' (Kansas City, Missouri, USA)

  • # 13 (May/Jun 1982)
  • # 17 (Jan/Feb 1983)

MOTOR CITY TARDIS

(from 'Motor City TARDIS'(Taylor, Michigan, USA))

  • 13 Feb 1989
  • 30 Mar 1989
  • 09 Mar 1989
  • 27 Apr 1989
  • 03 Jul 1989
  • 07 Aug 1989
  • 28 Aug 1989
  • 04 Oct 1989
  • 31 Oct 1989
  • 29 Nov 1989
  • 08 Jan 1990
  • 31 Jan 1990
  • 06 Mar 1990
  • 09 Apr 1990
  • 04 Jun 1990
  • 10 Jul 1990
  • 01 Aug 1990
  • 06 Sep 1990
  • 09 Oct 1990
  • 16 Nov 1990
  • 14 Dec 1990
  • 15 Jan 1991
  • [undated] (Feb 1991) -includes screening schedule on WTVS-56
  • 15 Mar 1991
  • 13 Apr 1991
  • May 1991
  • [undated] (Jun 1991) -Constitutional Convention lead story
  • Jul 1991
  • Aug 1991
  • Sep 1991
  • Oct 1991
  • 31 Jan 1992
  • Dec 1992
  • Jan 1993
  • Mar 1993
  • Apr 1993
  • May 1993
  • Jun 1993
  • Jul 1993
  • Aug 1993
  • Sep 1993
  • Oct 1993
  • Nov 1993 -Misdated as Oct 1993, dated by postmark, lead story is 'Red Dwarf Video bash'
  • Dec 1993
  • Jan 1994
  • Feb 1994
  • Mar 1994
  • Apr 1994
  • May 1994
  • Jun 1994
  • Jul 1994
  • Sep 1994
  • Oct 1994
  • Dec 1994
  • Jan 1995
  • Mar 1995
  • Apr 1995
  • Jun/Jul 1995
  • Aug 1995
  • Oct 1995
  • Dec 1995
  • Feb 1996
  • Mar 1996
  • Apr 1996
  • May 1996 -Issue is damaged
  • Jul 1996
  • Aug 1996
  • Sep 1996
  • Oct 1996
  • Nov 1996
  • Dec 1996
  • Jan 1997
  • Feb 1997
  • Jul 1997
  • Feb 1999
  • May 1999
  • Jul 1999
  • Dec 1999
  • Feb 2000
  • Mar 2000

MUTTER'S SPIRAL

(from 'Followers of Who?' (Omaha, Nebraska, USA))

  • unknown issue with cover missing, thought to be last issue of Volume 2
  • Volume 3, Issue 1 (Mar 1985)
  • Volume 3, Issue 2 (May 1985)

MYTHMAKERS

-At least 13 issues

(from The 'Doctor Who Information Network' (Toronto, Ontario, Canada))

  • Volume 1, # 1

MYTHMAKERS -Created by the Cliffhanger Society

(from The 'Cliffhanger Society' (Spencer, North Carolina, USA))

  • Volume 1, # 5 (1991)
  • [undated issue] -believed to be Volume 1, # 6 (1991)

MYTHMAKERS PRESENTS

(from The Doctor Who Information Network ([info unknown], Canada))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1996-2003, at least 5 issues)

N

NECROS

(from Adam Tucket ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1986, at least 5 issues)

NEKROS

(from 'Gallifrey' (Melbourne, Australia)

-at least 5 issues

  • # 1 (Nov 1993) -electronic copy only

NEUTRON FLOW/REVERSED POLARITY

(from Bleddyn Williams/Colin Brake ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c.Sep 1984, at least 2 issues)

THE NEW ADVENTURE HANDBOOK

(from [info unknown] (Frankstown, Victoria, Australia))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1996, at least 1 issue)

THE NEW MEXICO TIMESTREAM

(from 'The Doctor Who Fan Club of New Mexico' (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA))

  • # 19 (Jan/Feb 1989)
  • # 20 (Mar/Apr 1989) -'Special April Fool Issue, names changed to "Timescream"
  • # 21 (May/Jun 1989)

THE NEW SHARON FROM BLACKCASTLE ADVENTURES

(from Jeff Ovik (Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA))

  • # 1 (Nov 2004)
  • # 2 (Feb 2005)
  • # 3 (Nov 2005)
  • # 4 (Nov 2006)

THE NEWSLETTER OF THE PRYDONIAN RENEGADES

(from the 'Prydonian Renegades' (c/o Jean Airey) (Aurora, Illinois, USA))

  • Oct/Nov/Dec/Jan 1986

NEXUS -- The Journal of Imaginative Media

(from Nexus (Dean Villiage, Edinburgh, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1987, at least 1 issue)

NICOLA -- A Nicola Bryant Fanzine

(from Keith Gooch (Edinburgh, Scotland, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c.1985, at least 2 issues)

NINTH ASPECT

later became known as "Trenchcoat"

(from James Bow ([info unknown], Canada))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1991-1993, at least 3 issues)

NO! NOT THE MIND PROBE

(from Niel Palmer (West Wickham, Kent, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1984-1985, at least 2 issues)

NOTHING AT THE END OF THE LANE: The Magazine of Doctor Who Research and Restoration

(from Nothing at the End of the Lane (Roseville, Minnesota, USA))

  • # 1 (Jul 1999)
  • # 2 (Jun 2005)

NOT SO MUCH A FANZINE, MORE A WAY OF LIFE

(from Tim Munro and Michael Piatkowski ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1985, at least 1 issue)

NOVEMBER SPAWNED A MONSTER

(from [info unknown] ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1996, only 1 issue)

O

ODDBALL

(from Paul Monaghan ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1989, at least 1 issue)

ODYSSEY

(from [info unknown] ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 1 issue)

OPERATION GOLDEN AGE-- A Jon Pertwee Fanzine

(from Richard Thomas (Adlington, Cheshire, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1985, at least 1 issue)

ORACLE - The Surbiton DWAS Local Group Fanzine

(from 'The Surbiton DWAS Local Group' (c/o David Howe) (Surbiton, Surrey, UK))

-at least 20 issues

  • Volume 2, # 9 (Jun 1979)
  • Volume 3, # 2 (1978-?)

P

PAISLEY PATTERN

(from 'The Strathclyde Doctor Who Society' ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1989-1995, at least 52 issues)

THE PANOPTICON JOURNAL (aka. "The P.J.")

(from 'MiniUNIT' (New Hope, Minnesota, USA))

  • Volume 6, # 5 (1989)
  • Volume 7, # 1 (1989)
  • [unnumbered issue] -Postmarked 28 Jun 1989, belived to be Volume 7, # 2, 'Dematerialize!' cover
  • [unnumbered issue] -Postmarked 23 Sep 1989, belived to be Volume 7, # 3, '5 Doctors' photo cover
  • Volume 7, # 4 (1989)
  • Volume 8, # 1 (1990)
  • [unnumbered issue] -Postmarked 19 Apr 1990, belived to be Volume 8, April Fools Issue, 'MUD Magazine' cover
  • Volume 8, # 2 (1990)
  • Volume 8, # 3 (1990)
  • Volume 8, # 5 (1991)
  • Volume 8, # 6 (1991)
  • Volume 9, # 1 (1991)
  • Volume 9, # 2 (1991)
  • Volume 9, # 3 (1991)

PASSAGE THROUGH TIME

(from Stephen Owen ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 1 issue)

PAST TENSE FUTURE PERFECT

(from Mary Wismer (New Orleans, Louisiana,USA))

  • [unnumbered] (1982) -Gail Bennett drawn cover of Tom Baker, Sarah Jane, and unidentified female

PELADON

(from Stephen O'Brian ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1989-1991, at least 7 issues)

PERIGOSTO STICK

(from Nick Pegg ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1992, at least 1 issue)

PHAROS PROJECT

(from [info unknown]([info unknown]))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1984, at least 1 issue)

THE PHAROS PROJECT

(from Robert Buckley ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1993-1994, at least 3 issues)

PICKLED IN TIME

(from Liam Brison ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1994, at least 3 issues)

PORTALS

(from MaryAnn Johanson (New York, New York, USA))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1989, at least 6 issues [# 6 is Volume 3, # 2))

POSITIVE TRIUMPH

(from Paul Rowe (Redruth, Cornwall, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1985, at least 1 issue)

PRIVATE WHO

(from Private Who Magazines (Northallerton, North Yorkshire, UK))

  • # 2 (Oct 1985)
  • # 3 (Dec 1985)
  • # 4 (Feb 1986)
  • # 7 (Jan 1987)
  • # 8 (Apr 1987)
  • # 9 (Aug 1987)
  • # 10 (Oct 1987)
  • # 11 (Jan 1988)
  • # 12 (Apr 1988)
  • # 13 (Aug 1988) -holding is a photocopy
  • Special 1988 - The Filming of Doctor Who cover
  • # 16 (Oct 1989)

PROTEUS

(from Private Who Magazines (Gilingham, Kent, UK))

  • # 3

THE PRYDONIAN

(from Bruce McIntosh (Petersborough, Ontario, Canada))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1980, at least 1 issue)

THE PRYDONIAN PAGES

(from 'Radio Free Gallifrey' (Spokane, Washington, USA))

  • Sep/Dec 1988
  • Mar 1989

THE PRYDONIAN RENEGADE

(from 'The Prydonians of Prynceton' (Princeton, New Jersey, USA))

  • Volume 5, # 9 (Dec 1988)
  • Volume 5, # 10 (Jan 1989)
  • Volume 5, # 11 (Feb 1989)
  • Volume 5, # 12 (Mar 1989)
  • Volume 6, # 1 (01 Apr 1989)
  • Volume 6, # 2 (May 1989)
  • Volume 6, # 3 (Jun 1989)
  • Volume 6, # 4 (Jul 1989)
  • Volume 6, # 5 (Aug 1989)
  • Volume 6, # 6 (Sep 1989)
  • Volume 6, # 7 (Oct 1989)
  • Volume 6, # 8 (Nov 1989)
  • Volume 6, # 9 (Dec 1989)
  • Volume 6, # 10 (Jan 1990) -cover says 'congratulations on 75th Issue'
  • Volume 6, # 12 (Mar 1990)
  • Volume 7, # 1 (01 Apr 1990)
  • Volume 7, # 2 (May 1990)
  • Volume 7, # 3 (Jun 1990)
  • Volume 7, # 4 (Jul 1990)
  • Volume 7, # 5 (Aug 1990)
  • Volume 7, # 6 (Sep 1990)
  • Volume 7, # 7 (Oct 1990)
  • Volume 7, # 8 (Nov 1990)
  • Volume 7, # 9 (Dec 1990)
  • Volume 7, # 10 (Jan 1991)
  • Volume 7, # 11 (Feb 1991)
  • Volume 7, # 12 (Mar 1991)
  • Volume 8, # 1 (01 Apr 1991)
  • Volume 8, # 2 (May 1991)
  • Volume 8, # 3 (Jun 1991)
  • Volume 8, # 4 (Jul 1991)
  • Volume 8, # 5 (Aug 1991)
  • Volume 8, # 7 (Oct 1991)
  • Volume 8, # 8 (Nov 1991)
  • Volume 9, # 7 (Oct 1992)
  • Volume 9, # 9 (Dec 1992)
  • Volume 9, # 10 (Jan 1993)
  • Volume 9, # 11 (Feb 1993)
  • Volume 9, # 12 (Mar 1993)
  • Volume 10, # 1 (01 Apr 1993)
  • Volume 10, # 2 (May 1993)
  • Volume 10, # 3 (Jun 1993)
  • Volume 10, # 4 (Jul 1993)
  • Volume 10, # 5 (Aug 1993)
  • Volume 10, # 8 (Nov 1993)
  • Volume 10, # 9 (Dec 1993)
  • Volume 10, # 10 (Jan 1994)
  • Volume 10, # 11 (Feb 1994)
  • Volume 10, # 12 (Mar 1994) -cover says '10 years -125 Issues'
  • Volume 11, # 1 (01 Apr 1994)
  • Volume 11, # 2 (May 1994)
  • Volume 11, # 3 (Jun 1994)
  • Volume 11, # 4 (Jul 1994)
  • Volume 11, # 5 (Aug 1994)
  • Volume 11, # 6 (Sep 1994)
  • Volume 11, # 7 (Oct 1994)
  • Volume 11, # 8 (Nov 1994)
  • Volume 11, # 9 (Dec 1994)
  • Volume 11, # 11 (Feb 1995)
  • Volume 11, # 12 (Mar 1995)
  • Volume 12, # 1 (01 Apr 1995)
  • Volume 12, # 2 (May 1995)
  • Volume 12, # 3 (Jun 1995)
  • Volume 12, # 4 (Jul 1995)
  • Volume 12, # 5 (Aug 1995)
  • Volume 12, # 7 (Oct 1995)
  • Volume 12, # 9 (Dec 1995)
  • Volume 12, # 11 (Feb 1996) -cover listed as Volume 12, # 1 (Feb 1996)
  • Volume 12, # 12 (Mar 1996)
  • Volume 13, # 1 (01 Apr 1996) -cover listed as issue # 150
  • Volume 13, # 4 (Jul 1996)
  • Volume 13, # 5 (Aug 1996)
  • Volume 13, # 6 (Sep 1996)
  • Volume 13, # 7 (Oct 1996)
  • Volume 13, # 8 (Nov 1996)
  • Volume 13, # 9 (Dec 1996)
  • Volume 13, # 10 (Jan 1997)
  • Volume 13, # 11 (Feb 1997)
  • Volume 14, # 11 (Feb 1998)
  • Volume 15, # 2 (May 1998) -cover listed as issue # 175
  • Volume 15, # 10 (Jan 1999)
  • Volume 15, # 11 (Feb 1999)
  • Volume 16, # 3 (Jun 1999)
  • Volume 16, # 4 (Jul 1999)
  • Volume 16, # 5 (Aug 1999)
  • Volume 16, # 6 (Sep 1999)
  • Volume 16, # 7 (Oct 1999)
  • Volume 16, # 8 (Nov 1999)
  • Volume 16, # 9 (Dec 1999)
  • Volume 16, # 10 (Jan 2000)
  • Volume 16, # 11 (Feb 2000)
  • Volume 16, # 12 (Mar 2000)
  • Volume 17, # 2 (May 2000)
  • Volume 17, # 3 (Jun 2000)
  • Volume 17, # 4 (Jul 2000) -cover listed as issue # 200
  • Volume 17, # 5 (Aug 2000)
  • Volume 17, # 6 (Sep 2000)
  • Volume 17, # 7 (Oct 2000)
  • Volume 17, # 8 (Nov 2000)
  • Volume 17, # 9 (Dec 2000)
  • Volume 18, # 4 (Jul 2001)
  • Volume 18, # 5 (Aug 2001)
  • Volume 18, # 6 (Sep 2001)
  • Volume 18, # 7 (Oct 2001)
  • Volume 18, # 8 (Nov 2001)
  • Volume 18, # 12 (Mar 2002)
  • Volume 19, # 1 (01 Apr 2002)
  • Volume 19, # 2 (May 2002)
  • Volume 19, # 4 (Jul 2002)
  • Volume 19, # 5 (Aug 2002)
  • Volume 19, # 6 (Sep 2002)
  • Volume 19, # 7 (Oct 2002)
  • Volume 19, # 8 (Nov 2002)
  • Volume 19, # 9 (Dec 2002)
  • Volume 19, # 10 (Jan 2003)
  • Volume 19, # 11 (Feb 2003)
  • Volume 19, # 12 (Mar 2003)
  • Volume 20, # 1 (01 Apr 2003)
  • Volume 20, # 2 (May 2003)
  • Volume 20, # 3 (Jun 2003)

PURPLE HAZE

(from Stephen O"Brian ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1990-1993, at least 3 issues)

Q

QUARK

(from The Waltham Forest College Doctor Who Club/North London D.W.A.S. Local Group, (London, UK))

  • # 1 (Nov 1977)
  • # 2 (Jul 1978)
  • # 3 (Jul 1979)

QUEEN BAT

- Previously titled "Space Rat".

(from Jackie Marshall and Val Douglas (Sheringham, Norfolk, UK))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 1 issue)

QUI TO TIME

(from 'The Milwaukee Time Lords' ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1990-2002, at least 8 issues)

R

RASSILON'S REVENGE

(from 'Outer Gallifrey' (c/o Catherine L. Brown) (Salt Lake City, Utah, USA))

  • # 31
  • # 32
  • # 33
  • # 34
  • # 35
  • # 36
  • # 37
  • # 38
  • # 39
  • # 40
  • # 41
  • # 42
  • # 43
  • # 44

RASSILON'S STAR

(from Rassilon's Star (New Orleans, Louisiana, USA))

  • # 1 (1983)
  • # 2 (1984)
  • # 3 (1986)
  • Doctor Who and the Uncivil War (Special Edition) (1997)

RAT'S TALES

(from [info unknown] ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 1 issue)

REGENERATE COMIX

(from Martin Street ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1992-1993, at least 1 issue)

REGENERATION QUARTERLY - Legion of Rassilon mini-zine

-Name Changed to: "I'll Explain Later"

(from 'Legion of Rassilon' (Santa Clara, California, USA))

  • Volume 1, # 3 (Dec 1992 - Mar 1993) (Winter 1992-1993)
  • Volume 2, # 3 (Jan - Apr 1994) (Winter 1993-1994)
  • Volume 2, # 4 (Apr - Jul 1994) (Spring 1994)
  • Volume 3, # 1 (Jul - Sep 1994) (Summer 1994)
  • Volume 3, # 2 (Oct 1994 - Jan 1995) (Autumn 1994) -misdated 'Volume 3, # 1 (Jul - Sep 1994)' on inside cover
  • Volume 3, # 3 (Feb - May 1995) (Winter 1994-1995) -misdated 'Volume 3, # 2 (Oct 1994 - Jan 1995)' on inside cover
  • Volume 3, # 4 (Jun - Aug 1995) (Spring 1995) -misdated 'Volume 3, # 3 (Jun - Aug 1995)' on inside cover
  • Volume 3, # 5 (Aug - Oct 1995) (Summer 1995) -misdated 'Volume 3, # 4 (Aug - Oct 1995)' on inside cover
  • Volume 4, # 1 (Nov 1995 - Jan 1996) (Autumn 1995)
  • Volume 4, # 2 (Jan - Mar 1996) (Winter 1995 - 1996)
  • Volume 4, # 3 (Apr - Jun 1996) (Spring 1996)
  • Volume 5, # 1 (Oct - Dec 1996) (Autumn 1996)
  • Volume 5, # 4 (Aug - Oct 1997) (Summer 1997)
  • Volume 6, # 2 (Nov 1998 - Jan 1999) (Nov 1998)
  • Volume 6, # 3 ("Alpha Omega" - 1999) -cover reads 'Goodbye to Regeneration Quarterly'; last issue before name change

THE RELATIVE TIMES

(from the 'Milwaukee Time Lords' (Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA))

  • Volume 1, # 1 (Oct 1999)
  • Volume 1, # 2 (Nov/Dec 1999)
  • Volume 1, # 3 (Jan 1990)
  • Volume 1, # 4 (Feb/Mar 1990)
  • Volume 1, # 5 (Apr 1990)
  • Volume 1, # 6 (May/Jun 1990)
  • Volume 1, # 7 (Jul 1990)
  • Volume 1, Summer Special (1990)
  • Volume 1, # 8 (Aug/Sep 1990)
  • Volume 2, # 1 (Oct 1990)
  • Volume 2, # 2 (Nov/Dec 1990)
  • Volume 2, # 3 (Jan 1991)
  • Volume 2, # 4 (Feb/Mar 1991)
  • Volume 2, # 5 (Apr 1991)
  • Volume 2, # 6 (May/Jun 1991)
  • Volume 2, # 7 (Jul 1991)
  • Volume 2, # 8 (Aug/Sep 1991)
  • Volume 3, # 1 (Oct 1991)
  • Volume 3, # 2 (Nov/Dec 1991)
  • Volume 3, # 3 (Jan 1992)
  • Volume 3, # 4 (Feb/Mar 1992)
  • Volume 3, # 5 (Apr 1992)
  • Volume 3, # 6 (May/Jun 1992)
  • Volume 3, # 7 (Jul 1992)
  • Volume 3, # 8 (Aug/Sep 1992)
  • Volume 4, # 1 (Oct 1992)
  • Volume 4, # 2 (Nov/Dec 1992)
  • Volume 4, # 3 (Jan 1993)
  • Volume 4, # 4 (Feb/Mar 1993)
  • Volume 4, # 5 (Apr 1993)
  • Volume 4, # 6 (May/Jun 1993)
  • Volume 4, # 7 (Jul 1993)
  • Volume 4, # 8 (Aug/Sep 1993)
  • Volume 5, # 1 (Sep/Oct 1993)
  • Volume 5, # 2 (Nov/Dec 1993)
  • Volume 5, # 3 (Jan 1994)
  • Volume 5, # 4 (Feb/Mar 1994)
  • Volume 5, # 5 (Apr 1994)
  • Volume 5, # 6 (May/Jun 1994)
  • Volume 5, # 7 (Jul 1994)
  • Volume 5, # 8 (Aug/Sep 1994)
  • Volume 6, # 1 (Oct 1994)
  • Volume 6, # 2 (Nov/Dec 1994)
  • Volume 6, # 3 (Jan 1995)
  • Volume 6, # 4 (Feb/Mar 1995)
  • Volume 6, # 5 (Apr 1995)
  • Volume 6, # 6 (May/Jun 1995)
  • Volume 6, # 7 (Jul 1995)
  • Volume 6, # 8 (Aug/Sep 1995)
  • Volume 7, # 1 (Oct 1995)
  • Volume 7, # 2 (Nov/Dec 1995)
  • Volume 7, # 3 (Jan 1996)
  • Volume 7, # 4 (Feb/Mar 1996)
  • Volume 7, # 5 (Apr 1996)
  • Volume 7, # 6 (May/Jun 1996)
  • Volume 7, # 7 (Jul 1996)
  • Volume 7, # 8 (Aug/Sep 1996)
  • Volume 8, # 1 (Oct 1996)
  • Volume 8, # 2 (Nov/Dec 1996)
  • Volume 8, # 3 (Jan 1997)
  • Volume 8, # 4 (Feb/Mar 1997)
  • Volume 8, # 5 (Apr 1997)
  • Volume 8, # 6 (May/Jun 1997)
  • Volume 8, # 7 (Jul 1997)
  • Volume 8, # 8 (Aug/Sep 1997)
  • Volume 9, # 1 (Oct 1997)
  • Volume 9, # 2 (Nov/Dec 1997)
  • Volume 9, # 3 (Jan 1998)
  • Volume 9, # 4 (Feb/Mar 1998)
  • Volume 9, # 5 (Apr 1998)
  • Volume 9, # 6 (May/Jun 1998)
  • Volume 9, # 7 (Jul 1998)
  • Volume 9, # 8 (Aug/Sep 1998)
  • Volume 10, # 1 (Oct 1998)
  • Volume 10, # 2 (Nov/Dec 1998)
  • Volume 10, # 3 (Jan 1999)
  • Volume 10, # 4 (Feb/Mar 1999)
  • Volume 10, # 5 (Apr 1999)
  • Volume 10, # 6 (May/Jun 1999)
  • Volume 10, # 7 (Jul 1999)
  • Volume 10, # 8 (Aug/Sep 1999)
  • Volume 11, # 1 (Oct 1999)
  • Volume 11, # 2 (Nov/Dec 1999)
  • Volume 11, # 3 (Jan 2000)
  • Volume 11, # 4 (Feb/Mar 2000)
  • Volume 11, # 5 (Apr 2000)
  • Volume 11, # 6 (May/Jun 2000)
  • Volume 11, # 7 (Jul 2000)
  • Volume 11, # 8 (Aug/Sep 2000)
  • Volume 12, # 1 (Oct 2000)
  • Volume 12, # 2 (Nov/Dec 2000)
  • Volume 12, # 3 (Jan 2001)
  • Volume 12, # 4 (Feb/Mar 2001)
  • Volume 12, # 5 (Apr 2001)
  • Volume 12, # 6 (May/Jun 2001)
  • Volume 12, # 7 (Jul 2001)
  • Volume 12, # 8 (Aug/Sep 2001)
  • Volume 13, # 1 (Oct 2001)
  • Volume 13, # 2 (Nov/Dec 2001)
  • Volume 13, # 3 (Jan 2002)
  • Volume 13, # 4 (Feb/Mar 2002)
  • Volume 13, # 5 (Apr 2002)
  • Volume 13, # 6 (May/Jun 2002)
  • Volume 13, # 7 (Jul 2002)
  • Volume 13, # 8 (Aug/Sep 2002)
  • Volume 14, # 1 (Oct 2002)
  • Volume 14, # 2 (Nov/Dec 2002)
  • Volume 14, # 3 (Jan 2003)
  • Volume 14, # 4 (Feb/Mar 2003)
  • Volume 14, # 5 (Apr 2003)
  • Volume 14, # 6 (May/Jun 2003)
  • Volume 14, # 7 (Jul 2003)
  • Volume 14, # 8 (Aug/Sep 2003)
  • Volume 15, # 1 (Oct 2003)
  • Volume 15, # 2 (Nov/Dec 2003)
  • Volume 15, # 3 (Jan 2004)
  • Volume 15, # 4 (Feb/Mar 2004)
  • Volume 15, # 5 (April 2004)
  • Volume 15, # 6 (May/Jun 2004)
  • Volume 15, # 7 (Jul 2004)
  • Volume 15, # 8 (Aug/Sep 2004)
  • Volume 16, # 1 (Oct 2004)
  • Volume 16, # 2 (Nov/Dec 2004)
  • Volume 16, # 3 (Jan 2005)
  • Volume 16, # 4 (Feb/Mar 2005)
  • Volume 16, # 5 (Apr 2005)
  • Volume 16, # 6 (May/Jun 2005)
  • Volume 16, # 7 (Jul 2005)
  • Volume 16, # 8 (Aug/Sep 2005)
  • Volume 17, # 1 (Oct 2005)
  • Volume 17, # 2 (Nov/Dec 2005)
  • Volume 17, # 3 (Jan 2006)
  • Volume 17, # 4 (Feb/Mar 2006)
  • Volume 17, # 5 (Apr 2006)
  • Volume 17, # 6 (May/Jun 2006)
  • Volume 17, # 7 (Jul 2006)
  • Volume 17, # 8 (Aug/Sep 2006)
  • Volume 18, # 1 (Oct 2006)
  • Volume 18, # 2 (Nov/Dec 2006)
  • Volume 18, # 3 (Jan 2007)
  • Volume 18, # 4 (Feb/Mar 2007)
  • Volume 18, # 5 (Apr 2007)
  • Volume 18, # 6 (May/Jun 2007)
  • Volume 18, # 7 (Jul 2007)
  • Volume 18, # 8 (Aug/Sep 2007)
  • Volume 19, # 1 (Oct 2007)
  • Volume 19, # 2 (Nov/Dec 2007)

THE RELATIVE TIMES

(from the 'Watchers' (Northwestern University: Evenston, Illinois, USA))

  • Volume I, # 2
  • Volume I, # 3 (Dec 1983)
  • Volume I, # 4 (Jan 1984)
  • Volume I, # 5 (Feb 1984)
  • Volume I, # 6 (Mar 1984)

REMEMBERANCE

(from Robert Bradley ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1992-1994, at least 5 issues)

RENEGADE

(from S. L. Pugh ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 1 issue)

RENEGADE REPORTER

(from the 'Renegade Time Lords of St. Louis' (St. Louis, Missouri, USA))

  • Volume 3, # 1

RENEGADE TIMES

- This newspaper-style fanzine was originally called "Renegade Times" for it's first issue, in which the term "Whovian" was first used. The name was changed to "Whovian Times" from Volume II on.

(from 'The Doctor Who Fan Club of America' (Denver, Colorado, USA))

  • Volume I (May 1982)

RENEGADE TIMES

(from the 'Renegade Time Lords' (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA))

  • Volume 2, # 3
  • Volume 2, # 5
  • Volume 2, # 6
  • Volume 3, # 1
  • Volume 3, # 2
  • Volume 3, # 3
  • Volume 4, # 1 (Jan/Feb 1988)
  • Volume 4, # 2 (Mar/Apr 1988)
  • Volume 4, # 3 (Aug/Sep 1988)
  • Volume 4, # 4 (Oct 1988)
  • Volume 4, # 5 (Nov 1988)
  • Volume 4, # 6
  • Volume 5, # 1

REVELEATIONS

(from [info unknown] ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1988-1990, at least 9 issues)

REVERSED POLARITY NEUTRON FLOW

(from B. Williams (Woodley, Reading, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1984-1985, at least 2 issues)

REVIA

(from 'Chronicles of Who' (Downer's Grove, Illinois, USA))

  • Volume 2, # 1 (Apr 1993)
  • Volume 2, # 2 (Jun 1993)
  • Volume 2, # 3 (Jul 1993)
  • Volume 2, # 4 (Sep 1993)
  • Volume 2, # 5 (Oct 1993)
  • Volume 2, # 6 (Dec 1993)
  • Year End Special 1993
  • Volume 2, # 7 (Jan 1994) -Cover says only # 7"
  • Special Video Edition # 1 (January 1994)
  • Volume 2, # 8 (Mar 1994) -Cover says only "# 8"
  • Volume 2, # 9 (May 1994) -Cover says only "# 9"; inside mis-labelled Volume 2, # 8 (Mar 1994)
  • Volume 2, # 10 (Jul 1994)

THE ROVING REPORTER

(from 'The Elisabeth Sladen Information Network' (Greenbelt, Maryland, USA)

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1990-1995, at least 4 issues)

RADIO TELESCOPE (aka RTS)

(from 'Programme Preservation Society ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1998-2003, at least 20 issues)

ROMANA - THE FURTHER ADVENTURES

(from Taurus Publishing (Yarraville, Victoria, Australia))

  • # Book 1 (1994) -electronic copy only

THE RUSSELL BUER SHOW

(from [info unknown] ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 8 issues)

S

SCI-FI TIMES

(from Andrew O'Day ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c.1985, at least 3 issues)

SECOND DIMENSION

(from 'The Whonatics' ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1988-1991, at least 24 issues)

SFT

(from M. R. Englander ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1986, at least 1 issue)

SHADA

(from Gary Russell ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 1 issue)

SHADA

(from Richard Wright ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. Sep 1993, at least 1 issue)

SHADES OF BLUE

(from John Connors ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1995, at least 1 issue)

SHADOW

- Previously called: "Invasion" and "Kroll", and later became "The Doctor Who Journal", "Hat 'n Scarf", "23/11/63" and The Doctor Who Review".

(from Tim Robbins (Newport, Gwent, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1978, at least 1 issue)

SHADOWSPHERE - The Fanzine of Cult Television

(from Zach Farquharson-Waugh ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1993-1994, at least 4 issues)

SHAVEN STUNNERS

(from Ed Stradling ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1995-1998, at least 4 issues)

THE SHINING TRAPEZOHEDRON

(from Lost in the Corridors of Time Productions (c/o Lew Cthew and Dave Stall ([info unknown))

  • # 5

SHOCKEYE'S KITCHEN

(from Sentinel 451 ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1998-2003, at least 14 issues)

SHOCKEYE'S SNACK

(from Breathe Productions (Derby, UK))

  • # Bite 16 (Jul 2003) -electronic copy only

SIDRAT

(from Michael Sutcliffe and John Trail ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 3 issues)

SILVER CARRIER

(from Seventh Door Fanzines ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 4 issues)

SINGULARITY

(from 'The Pharos Project (DWIN chapter)' ([info unknown], Canada))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1995-1997, at least 5 issues)

SKARO

(from Julian Chislett (Bath, Avon, UK))

  • Volume III, #5 (Jun/Jul 1983)
  • Volume 5, # 1 (Jun/Aug 1990)
  • Volume 5, # 2 (Oct/Dec 1990)

SKONNOS

(from Mark Benoy (London, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1993-1994, at least 19 issues)

SMALL PROPHET

(from M. Stevens ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1993, at least 1 issue)

THE SNU

(from Chris Arnsby ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1993-1995, at least 1 issue)

SOFT TARGETS

(from Nick Cooper ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 1 issue)

SONIC SCREWDRIVER

(from 'The Doctor Who Fanclub of Victoria' (Victoria, Australia))

-at least 136 issues

  • # 47 (Jan/Feb 1988 - Volume 9, Number 1) -electronic copy only
  • # 56 (Aug/Sep 1989) -electronic copy only
  • # 63/64 (Mar 1991) -electronic copy only
  • # 89 (Mar 1995) -electronic copy only

SONIC SCREWDRIVER

(from Osiris Publications (Morton Grove, Illinois, USA))

  • # 1 (1986)

SONIC SCREWDRIVER

-Ran at least 11 Issues

(from Steven Grace (Hern Bay, Kent, UK))

  • # 2
  • # 3
  • # 4 (electronic copy only)
  • # 5
  • # 6
  • # 7 (electronic copy only)
  • # 8
  • # 9
  • # 10
  • Panopticon Special (1995)

THE SONTARAN SUN-TIMES

(from 'The Whonatics of Columbus' (Columbus, Indiana, USA)

  • # 57 (Feb/Mar 1994)
  • # 58 (Apr/May 1994)

THE SOUTH CROYDEN LISTENER

(from 'The Elisabeth Sladen Information Network' (Greenbelt, Maryland, USA)

  • # 1 (Mar 1990)
  • # 2 (Jun 1990)

SPACE RAT

- Ran 8 issues and later became "Queen Bat".

(from Jackie Marshall and Val Douglas (Sheringham, Norfolk, UK))

  • # 7

SPACK OFF!

- Ran at least 2 issues.

(from 'Chronicles of Who' (Downer's Grove, Illinois, USA))

  • # 6 (Spring 2000) -Actually the first issue
  • # 9 (Spring 2001) -Actually the second issue

SPECTROX

(from Simon Pegg (Burton Joyce, Notts, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1985, at least 2 issues)

SPECTROX

(from Simon Black or Tat Wood (Mapperley Park, Nottingham, UK))

  • # 2 -eletronic copy only
  • # 3 -eletronic copy only
  • # 4 -eletronic copy only

SPOTLIGHT ON WHO?

(from Tim Bradley (Havant, Hants, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1979, at least 2 issues)

STAR BEGOTTON

(from Straker Publishing Society ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1993, at least 18 issues)

STAREYE

(from James Kelley ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 1 issue)

THE STEEL SKY

(from Alan R. Barnes ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 1 issue)

STORY INFORMATION (aka "StinFo"

(from The Doctor Who Appreication Society (London, UK))

  • Galaxy Four
  • The Enemy of the World Photo Leaflet P2/1 (Mar 1981)
  • The Time Monster

STONE CIRCLE

(from Andrew Crines/John Isles (Deighton, Huddersfield, UK))

  • # 7 (Aug 2000)

STORYZONE

(from Colin Brockhurst ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1997, at least 1 issue)

STRANGE MATTER

(from Keith Gooch (Scotland, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1995, at least 13 issues)

STRANGE MATTER

(from Sian O'Neale (Toorak, Victoria, Australia))

  • # 12 (Feb 1995)
  • # 20
  • # 21 (Jan 2005)

SUNDAY FRONTIOS

(from Amanda Murray (Edinburgh, Scottland, UK))

  • # 2 (Sep 1992)

THE SUN-MAKER

(from J. Moran ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 1 issue)

SUPERVOC

(from 'The Doctor Who Fan Club of Victoria' (Victoria, Australia))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 8 issues)

SWIRLY THING ALERT!

(from [info unknown] (Ballina, New South Wales, Australia))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1995, at least 1 issue)

T

TACHATRONIC CRUCIBLE

(from Catherine L. Brown (Salt Lake City, Utah, USA))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1989, at least 1 issue)

TALES OF RASSILON

(from the 'North East Wisconsin Friends of the Doctor' (Appleton/Stevens Point, Wisconsin, USA))

  • N.E.W.F.O.D. Newsletter - Dec 1983
  • N.E.W.F.O.D. Newsletter - Jan 1984
  • N.E.W.F.O.D. Newsletter - Feb 1984
  • N.E.W.F.O.D. Newsletter - Mar 1984
  • N.E.W.F.O.D. Newsletter - Apr 1984
  • N.E.W.F.O.D. Newsletter - May 1984
  • N.E.W.F.O.D. Newsletter - Jun 1984
  • N.E.W.F.O.D. Newsletter - Jul 1984
  • N.E.W.F.O.D. Newsletter - Aug 1984
  • N.E.W.F.O.D. Newsletter - Sep 1984
  • N.E.W.F.O.D. Newsletter - Oct 1984
  • N.E.W.F.O.D. Newsletter - Nov 1984
  • N.E.W.F.O.D. Newsletter - Dec 1984
  • N.E.W.F.O.D. Newsletter - Jan 1985
  • N.E.W.F.O.D. Newsletter - Feb 1985
  • N.E.W.F.O.D. Newsletter - Mar 1985
  • N.E.W.F.O.D. Newsletter - Apr 1985
  • N.E.W.F.O.D. Newsletter - May 1985
  • N.E.W.F.O.D. Newsletter - Jun 1985
  • N.E.W.F.O.D. Newsletter - Jul 1985
  • N.E.W.F.O.D. Newsletter - Aug 1985
  • N.E.W.F.O.D. Newsletter - Sep 1985
  • N.E.W.F.O.D. Newsletter - Oct 1985
  • N.E.W.F.O.D. Newsletter - Nov 1985
  • N.E.W.F.O.D. Newsletter - Dec 1985
  • Volume 1, # 2 (Feb 1986)
  • Volume 1, # 3 (Mar 1986) - mislabeled "Volume 1, #2" inside cover
  • Volume 1, # 4 (Apr 1986)
  • Volume 1, # 5 (May 1986)
  • Volume 1, # 6 (Jun 1986)
  • Volume 1, # 7 (Jul 1986)
  • Volume 1, # 8 (Aug 1986)
  • Volume 1, # 9 (Sep 1986)
  • Volume 1, # 10 (Oct 1986)
  • Nov 1986
  • Volume 1, # 11 (Dec 1986) - label on inside cover (might this be #12)
  • Jan 1987
  • Introducing Sylvester McCoy (Apr 1987)
  • Apr 1987
  • N.E.W.F.O.D. News - May 1987
  • In Memory of Patrick Troughton - May 1987
  • Volume 2, # 6 (Jun 1987)
  • N.E.W.F.O.D. News - Jul 1987
  • Volume 2, # 8 (Aug 1987)
  • Sep 1987
  • Volume 2, # 10 (Oct 1987)
  • Volume 2, # 10 (Oct 1987) - variant yellow cover
  • Volume 2, # 11 (Nov 1987)
  • Dec 1987 - [ed. 50th issue]
  • Volume 3, # 1 (Jan 1988)
  • Volume 3, # 2 (Feb 1988)
  • Volume 3, # 3 (Mar 1988)
  • Volume 3, # 4 (Apr 1988)
  • Volume 3, # 5 (May 1988)
  • Volume 3, # 6 (Jun 1988)
  • Volume 3, # 7 (Jul 1988)
  • Volume 3, # 8 (Aug 1988)
  • Volume 3, # 9/10 (Sep/Oct 1988)
  • Volume 3, # 11/12 (Nov/Dec 1988)
  • Volume 4, # 1/2 (Jan/Feb 1989)
  • Volume 4, # 3/4 (Mar/Apr 1989)
  • Volume 4, # 5/6 (May/Jun 1989)
  • Doctor Who Invitational Cricket Match (Jul 1989)
  • Volume 4, # 7/8 (Jul/Aug 1989)
  • Volume 4, # 9/10 (Sep/Oct 1989)
  • Volume 4, # 11/12 (Nov/Dec 1989)
  • Network News - Winter 1989
  • Volume 5, # 1/2 (Jan/Feb 1990)
  • Volume 5, # 3/4 (Mar/Apr 1990)
  • Volume 5, # 5/6 (May/Jun 1990) - mislabeled "Volume 5, #3/4" cover
  • Volume 5, # 7/8 (Jul/Aug 1990)
  • Jan/Feb 1991
  • Mar/Apr 1991
  • May/Jun 1991
  • Jul/Aug 1991
  • Sep/Oct 1991-A -'Version "A" as per cover'
  • Sep/Oct 1991-B -'Version "B" as per cover'
  • Nov/Dec 1991
  • Jan/Feb 1992
  • Mar/Apr 1992
  • May/Jun 1992
  • Jul/Aug 1992
  • Sep/Oct 1992
  • Nov/Dec 1992
  • N.E.W.F.O.D. 10th Anniversary Special (Dec 1992)
  • Jan/Feb 1993
  • Mar/Apr 1993
  • Mar/Apr 1993 - different issue
  • May/Jun Extra 1993
  • Jul/Aug 1993
  • Sep/Oct 1993
  • Sep/Oct Extra 1993
  • Nov/Dec 1993
  • Calendar 1994
  • Jan/Feb 1994 - mislabeled "Nov/Dec 1993" -Sontaran cover
  • May/Jun 1994
  • Jul/Aug 1994
  • Sep/Oct 1994
  • Nov/Dec 1994
  • Calendar 1995
  • Jan/Feb 1995
  • Mar/Apr 1995
  • May/Jun 1995
  • Jul/Aug 1995
  • Sep/Oct 1995
  • Nov/Dec 1995
  • Calendar 1996
  • Jan/Feb 1996
  • Mar/Apr 1996
  • May/Jun 1996
  • Jul/Aug 1996
  • Sep/Oct 1996
  • Nov/Dec 1996
  • Calendar 1997
  • Jan/Feb 1997
  • Mar/Apr 1997
  • May/Jun 1997
  • Jul/Aug 1997
  • Sep/Oct 1997
  • Nov/Dec 1997
  • Jan/Feb 1998
  • Mar/Apr 1998
  • May/Jun 1998
  • Jul/Aug 1998
  • Sep/Oct 1998
  • Nov/Dec 1998
  • Jan/Feb 1999
  • Mar/Apr 1999
  • May/Jun 1999
  • Jul/Aug 1999
  • Sep/Oct 1999
  • Nov/Dec 1999
  • Jan/Feb 2000
  • Mar/Apr 2000
  • May/Jun 2000
  • Jul/Aug 2000
  • Aug Extra 2000
  • Sep/Oct 2000
  • Nov/Dec 2000
  • Jan/Feb 2001
  • Feb Extra 2001
  • Mar/Apr 2001
  • May/Jun 2001
  • Jul/Aug 2001
  • Aug Extra 2001
  • Sep/Oct 2001
  • Nov/Dec 2001
  • Jan/Feb 2002
  • Mar/Apr 2002
  • May/Jun 2002
  • Jul/Aug 2002
  • Sep/Oct 2002
  • Nov/Dec 2002
  • Jan/Feb 2003
  • Feb Extra 2003
  • Mar/Apr 2003
  • May/Jun 2003
  • Jul/Aug 2003
  • Sep/Oct 2003
  • Nov/Dec 2003
  • Nov Extra 2003
  • Jan/Feb 2004
  • Jul/Aug 2004
  • Sep/Oct 2004
  • Oct Extra 2004
  • Nov/Dec 2004
  • Jan/Feb 2005
  • Mar/Apr 2005
  • Apr Extra 2005
  • May/Jun 2005
  • Jul/Aug 2005
  • Sep/Oct 2005
  • Nov/Dec 2005
  • Jan/Feb 2006
  • Mar/Apr 2006
  • May/Jun 2006
  • Jul/Aug 2006
  • Sep/Oct 2006
  • Oct Extra 2006
  • Nov/Dec 2006
  • Jan/Feb 2007
  • Mar/Apr 2007
  • May/Jun 2007
  • Jul/Aug 2007
  • Sep/Oct 2007
  • Nov/Dec 2007

TARDIS - The Quarterly Journal of the Doctor Who Appreciation Society

(from the 'Doctor Who Appreciation Society' (London, UK))

  • Volume 2, # 5 (1977) -includes Celestial Toyroom Volume 2, # 5; holding is a photocopy
  • Volume 2, # 7 (1977) -includes Celestial Toyroom Volume 2, # 7; holding is a photocopy
  • Volume 2, # 8 (1977) -includes Celestial Toyroom Volume 2, # 8; announcement says Celestial Toyroom will become the monthly newsletter from next month (Jan 1984) on, holding is a photocopy
  • Volume 4, # 1 (1979)
  • Volume 4, # 4 (1979)
  • Volume 4, # 5 (1979)
  • Volume 4, # 6 (1979)
  • Volume 5, # 1 (unlabelled and undated, presumed to be 1980 - Hartnell cover purple border)
  • Volume 5, # 2 (undated, presumed to be 1980 - Troughton and Jamie cover red border)
  • Volume 5, # 3/4 (undated, presumed to be 1980, color "Marco Polo" cover)
  • Volume 5, # 5 (unlabelled and undated, presumed to be 1980, but issue mentions following color issue - cover has old "Liesure Hive" Tom Baker and blue border)
  • Volume 5, # 6 (undated, presumed to be 1980)
  • Volume 6, # 1 (undated, presumed to be 1981)
  • Volume 6, # 2 (Jun 1981)
  • Volume 6, # 3/4 (Oct 1981)
  • Volume 6, # 5 (Jan 1982)
  • Volume 7, # 1 (Mar/Apr 1982)
  • Volume 7, # 2 (May/Jun 1982)
  • Volume 7, # 3 (Jul/Aug 1982)
  • Volume 7, # 4 (Sep/Oct 1982)
  • Volume 7, # 5 (Nov/Dec 1982)
  • Volume 8, # 1 (Mar 1983)
  • Summer 1989

TARDIS 204 - A Monthly Newsletter of British and Canadian SF/F/H

(from 'TARDIS 204'(Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)

  • Volume 3, # 12 (1994) -cover is "Sapphire and Steel"
  • Volume 3, # 12 (1994) -Thought to be issue 'Voluem 4, # 1", cover ismultiple characters drawn
  • Volume 4, # 3 (1994)

TARDIS DATA BANK

(from 'TARDIS Information System' (Fremont, New Hampshire, USA)

  • Volume 3, # 2 (Issue # 10) (1989)
  • Volume 3, # 3 (Issue # 11) (1989)
  • Volume 3, # 4 (Issue # 12) (1989)
  • Volume 4, # 1 (Issue # 13) (1990)
  • Volume 4, # 2 (Issue # 14) (1990)
  • Volume 4, # 3 (Issue # 15) (1990)

TARRELL CEL

(from Jonathan Burt ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 7 issues)

TELEVISION GOLD

(from Lee Filipek ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 2001, at least 1 issue)

TELLYVISION

(from Jigsaw Publications (Edited by Bob Furnell) ([info unknown], Canada))

http://tellyvision.tvheaven.com/

  • NO ISSUES (c. 2002-2003, at least 6 issues)

TETRAP

(from Michael Dyer ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 1 issue)

THANKS FOR THE MEMORY

(from Mark Knighton (Sutton Coldfield, West Midfield, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1979-1980, at least 8 issues)

THERMAL LANCE

(from Sentinel 451 ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1992-1997, at least 36 issues)

THERMAL LANCE

(from Whotopia Derby (Derby, UK))

  • # 7 (Jul 1993)

THE TIMES

(from 'Legion of Rassilon' (Santa Clara, California, USA))

  • Volume 6, # 1 (Jan 1989)
  • Volume 6, # 2 (Feb 1989)
  • Volume 6, # 3 (Mar 1989)
  • Volume 6, # 4 (Apr 1989)
  • Volume 6, # 5 (May 1989)
  • Volume 6, # 6 (Jun 1989)
  • Volume 6, # 7 (Jul 1989)
  • Volume 6, # 8 (Aug 1989)
  • Volume 6, # 9 (Sep 1989)
  • Volume 6, # 10 (Oct 1989)
  • Volume 6, # 11 (Nov 1989)
  • Volume 6, # 12 (Dec 1989)
  • Volume 7, # 1 (Jan 1990)
  • Volume 7, # 3 (Mar 1990)
  • Volume 7, # 4 (Apr 1990)
  • Volume 7, # 6 (Jun 1990)
  • Volume 7, # 7/8 (Jul/Aug 1990)
  • Volume 7, # 9 (Sep 1990)
  • Volume 7, # 10 (Oct 1990)
  • Volume 7, # 11 (Nov 1990)
  • Volume 7, # 12 (Dec 1990)
  • Volume 8, # 1 (Jan 1991)
  • Volume 8, # 2 (Feb 1991)
  • Volume 8, # 3 (Mar 1991)
  • Volume 8, # 4 (Apr 1991)
  • Volume 8, # 5 (May 1991)
  • Volume 8, # 6 (Jun 1991)
  • Volume 8, # 7 (Jul 1991)
  • Volume 8, # 8 (Aug 1991)
  • Volume 8, # 9 (Sep 1991)
  • Volume 8, # 10 (Oct 1991)

TIME BRAINS

(from 'Syndney Doctor Who and Sci-Fi Club' (Sydney, Australia))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 24 issues)

TIME DISTORT

(from [info unknown]([info unknown], USA))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1985, at least 1 issue)

TIME INC

(from James Morrison ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1994, at least 1 issue)

TIMELASH

(from J. Waugh (Delapre, Northampton, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c.1987-1988, at least 6 issues)

TIME LINES

(from The Grand Order ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1989-1996, at least 16 issues)

TIME LOG

(from the 'Companions of Doctor Who' (New Orleans, Louisiana, USA))

  • # 6 (Winter 1982)
  • # 7
  • # 10 (1984)
  • The Best of Time Log (Issues 1 - 4) (1983)

TIMELORD

(from L. Williams ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1976, at least 1 issue)

TIME LORD TIMES

(from the 'St. Louis Celestial Intervention Agency' (St. Louis, Missouri, USA))

  • # 45 (Dec 1989/Jan 1990)
  • # 55 (Apr/May 1991)
  • # 58 (Aug 1991)
  • # 59 (Sep/Oct 1991)
  • # 62 (April 1992)
  • # 63 (May 1992) -inside cover listed as issue #62 (April 1992)
  • # 64 (Jun/Jul 1992)
  • # 65 (Aug/Sep 1992)
  • # 66 (Oct/Nov 1992)
  • # 67 (Dec 1992)
  • # 68 (Feb 1993)
  • # 69 (Apr 1993)
  • # 70 (May/Jun 1993)
  • # 71 (Jul/Aug 1993)
  • # 72 (Aug/Sep 1993)
  • # 73 (Oct/Nov 1993)
  • # 74 (Dec 1993/Jan 1994)
  • # 75 (Mar/Apr 1994)
  • # 77 (Jul 1994)
  • # 78 (Aug/Sep 1994)
  • # 79 (Dec 1994)
  • # 80 (Jan 1995)
  • # 82 (May 1995)
  • # 83 (Jul/Aug 1995)
  • # 84 (Oct/Nov 1995)
  • # 85 (Dec 1995/Jan 1996)
  • # 86 (Mar/Apr 1996)
  • # 87 (May/Jun 1996)
  • # 88 (Jul/Aug 1996)
  • Volume 13, # 2 (Oct/Nov 1996)
  • Volume 13, # 3 (Dec 1996/Jan 1997)
  • Volume 14, # 1 (Jul/Aug 1997)
  • Volume 14, # 5 (Mar/Apr 1998)

THE TIME LORD TIMES

(from 'The Sacramento Doctor Who Fan Club' (Sacramento, California, USA))

  • [cover undated] (Mar 1990) -dated by letters and article dates inside. Cover is goldenrod paper with 'attack' Daleks on cover
  • Jun 1990

THE TIME MEDDLER

(from Robbie Fortin (Touraine, Quebec, Canada))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1981, at least 3 issues)

TIMEPIECE - The Official Newsletter of the Guardians of Time

(from the 'Guardians of Time (Chicago, Illinois, USA))

  • Volume 2, #1 (Mar 1984)

TIME SCREEN

(from Michael Richardson (Meltham, Huddersfield, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1985, at least 7 issues; by issue 7 it may have become a pro magazine (Stocksbridge, Shefield, UK))

TIME SPACE VISUALIZER

(from 'Doctor Who Appreciation Society' Photographic Department, (Surrey, UK))

  • # 1 - "Project Theta Six"

TIME SPACE VISUALIZER

(from the 'New Zealand Doctor Who Fan Club' (Auckland, New Zealand))

  • # 1
  • # 2
  • # 3
  • # 4
  • # 5
  • # 6
  • # 7
  • # 8
  • # 9
  • # 10
  • # 11
  • # 12
  • # 13
  • # 14
  • # 15
  • # 16
  • # 17
  • # 18
  • # 19
  • # 20
  • # 21
  • # 22
  • # 23
  • # 24
  • # 25
  • # 26
  • # 27
  • # 28
  • # 29
  • # 30
  • # 31
  • # 32
  • # 33
  • # 34
  • # 35
  • # 36
  • # 37
  • # 38
  • # 39
  • # 40
  • # 41
  • # 42
  • # 43
  • # 44
  • # 45
  • # 46
  • # 47
  • # 48
  • # 49
  • # 50
  • # 51
  • # 52
  • # 53
  • # 54
  • # 55
  • # 56
  • # 57
  • # 58
  • # 59
  • # 60
  • # 61
  • # 62
  • # 63
  • # 64
  • # 65
  • # 66
  • # 67
  • # 68
  • # 69
  • # 70
  • # 71
  • # 72
  • # 73
  • # 74
  • The Best of TSV 1-20
  • Decade
  • Twenty-Five Years of a Time-Lord
  • Flashback Volume 1
  • The TARDIS Tales Collection
  • TSV Special-The Doctor Who Listener Volume 1 (1964-1971)
  • TSV Special-The Doctor Who Listener Volume 2 (1975-1983)
  • TSV Special-The Doctor Who Listener Volume 3 (1984-1990)
  • Timestreams # 1 (Aug 1990)
  • Timestreams # 2
  • Timestreams # 3
  • Timestreams # 4

TIME'S ARROW

(from P. Thorpe Willett ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1993-1994, at least 3 issues)

TIMEWARP

(from D. Metcalfe ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1992, at least 2 issues)

TIME WINDS

(from Mark Hernandez (Dallas, Texas, USA))

  • # 9 (Dec 1983) -singed by Colin Baker, John Nathan-Turner, Gary Downie, and Marion Wyatt Baker

TIME WINDS

(from Penguin Press - Time Winds (c/o Susan Garrett) (Toms River, New Jersey, USA))

  • # 18 (Sep 1987)

TMOV NEWS

(from 'Time Meddlers of Vancouver' (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1987-1990, at least 6 issues)

TMOV 'ZINE - Western Canada's Doctor Who Fan Magazine

(from 'Time Meddlers of Vancouver' (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada))

-Ran at least 24 Issues

  • # 12 (Jan-Mar 1989)
  • T'MOV 'Zine Fiction Special # 1
  • # 13
  • # 14

THE TOMB

(from Allan Toombs ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1987-1990, at least 2 issues)

TOP

(from John Conners ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1992-1995, at least 9 issues)

TRACK OF TIME

(from Sean Murphy (Stafford, Queensland, Australia))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1995, at least 10 issues)

TRAKEN

(from the D.W.A.S. Bristol Local Group (Bristol, UK))

  • # 4/5 (Summer 1984)

TRAP ONE REPORT - The Official Newsletter of the United States Branch of U.N.I.T.

(from the 'United States Branch of U.N.I.T.' (Randolph, Massachusetts, USA))

  • # File D-2 (Sep 1989)
  • # File D-3 (Oct 1989)
  • # File D-4 (Nov 1989)
  • # File D-5 (Dec 1989)
  • # File D-6 (Dec 1989)
  • # File D-7 (Jan 1990)
  • # File D-9 (Mar 1990)
  • # File D-10 (Apr 1990)
  • # File D-11 (May 1990)
  • # File D-12 (May 1990)
  • # File E-1 (Jun 1990)
  • # File E-2 (Jul 1990) -Cover labeled "50th Issue"
  • # File E-3 (Aug 1990)
  • # File E-4 (Sep 1990)
  • # File E-5 (Oct 1990)
  • # File E-6 (Nov 1990)
  • # File E-7 (Dec 1990)
  • # File E-8 (Jan 1991)
  • # File E-9 (Feb 1991)
  • # File E-10 (Mar 1991)
  • # File E-11 (Apr 1991)
  • # File E-12 (May 1991)
  • # File F-1 (Jun 1991)
  • # File F-2 (Jul 1991)
  • # File F-3 (Aug 1991)
  • # File F-4 (Sep 1991)
  • # File F-5 (Oct 1991)
  • # File F-9 (Feb 1992) -Cover title named "STAR TALK"
  • # File G-7 (Nov 1992)
  • # File G-8 (Dec 1992)
  • # File G-9 (Jan 1993)
  • # File G-10 (Feb 1993)
  • # File G-11 (Mar 1993)
  • # File G-12 (Apr 1993)
  • # File H-1 (May 1993)
  • # File H-2 (Jun 1993)
  • # File H-3 (Jul 1993)
  • # File H-4 (Aug 1993)
  • # File H-5 (Sep 1993)
  • # File H-6 (Oct 1993)
  • # File H-7 (Nov 1993)
  • # File H-9 (Jan 1994)
  • # File H-10 (Feb 1994)
  • # File H-11 (Mar 1994)
  • # File H-12 (Apr 1994)
  • # File I-1 (May 1994)
  • # File I-2 (Jun 1994)
  • # File I-3 (Jul 1994)
  • # File I-4 (Aug 1994) -Cover labeled "100th Issue"
  • # File I-5 (Sep 1994)
  • # File I-6 (Oct 1994)
  • # File I-7 (Nov 1994)
  • # File I-8 (Dec 1994)
  • # File I-9 (Jan 1995)
  • # File I-10 (Feb 1995)
  • # File I-11 (Mar 1995)
  • # File I-12 (Apr 1995)
  • # File J-1 (May 1995)
  • # File J-2 (Jun 1995)
  • # File J-3 (Jul 1995)
  • # File J-8 (Dec 1995)
  • # File J-9 (Jan 1996)
  • # File J-10 (Feb 1996)
  • # File J-11 (Mar 1996)
  • # File J-12 (Apr 1996)
  • # File K-1 (May 1996)
  • # File K-2 (Jun 1996)
  • # File K-3 (Jul 1996)
  • # File K-4 (Aug 1996)
  • # File K-5 (Sep 1996)
  • # File K-6 (Oct 1996)
  • # File K-7 (Nov 1996)
  • # File K-8 (Dec 1996)
  • # File K-9 (Jan 1997)
  • # File L-6 (Oct 1997)
  • # File L-12 (Apr 1998)
  • # File M-2 (Jun 1998)
  • # File M-9 (Jan 1999)
  • # File M-10 (Feb 1999)
  • # File M-11 (Mar 1999)
  • # File N-2 (Jun 1999)
  • # File N-5 (Sep 1999)
  • # File N-6 (Oct 1999)
  • # File N-7 (Nov 1999)
  • # File N-9 (Jan 2000)
  • # File N-10 (Feb 2000)
  • # File N-11 (Mar 2000)
  • # File N-12 (Apr 2000)
  • # File O-2 (Jun 2000)
  • # File O-3 (Jul 2000)
  • # File O-4 (Aug 2000)
  • # File O-5 (Sep 2000)
  • # File O-6 (Sep 2000)
  • # File P-1 (Jun 2001)
  • # File P-2 (Jul 2001)
  • # File P-3 (Aug 2001)
  • # File P-4 (Sep 2001)
  • # File P-5 (Oct 2001)
  • # File P-6 (Nov 2001)
  • # File P-8 (Jan 2002)
  • # File P-9 (Feb 2002)
  • # File P-10 (Mar 2002)
  • # File P-11 (Apr 2002)
  • # File P-12 (May 2002)
  • # File Q-1 (Jun 2002)
  • # File Q-3 (Aug 2002)
  • # File Q-4 (Sep 2002)
  • # File Q-6 (Nov 2002)
  • # File Q-9 (Jan 2003)
  • # File Q-10 (Feb 2003)
  • # File Q-12 (Apr 2003)
  • # File R-1 (May 2003)
  • # File R-2 (Jun 2003)
  • # File R-3 (Jul 2003)
  • # File R-4 (Aug 2003)
  • # File R-5 (Sep 2003)
  • # File R-6 (Oct 2003)
  • # File R-7 (Nov 2003)
  • # File R-8 (Dec 2003)
  • # File R-9 (Jan 2004)
  • # File R-10 (Feb 2004)

TRAVELLING COMPANION

(from Intergalactic Undergound Press (Susan Seismore)(St. Louis Park, Minnesota, USA)))

  • # 1 (1983)
  • # 2 (1983)

TRENCHCOAT

-Previously known as "Ninth Aspect"

(from James Bow ([info unknown], Canada)

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1994-2003, at least 7 issues)

TRIPLE ECHO

(from Robert Briggs and Briggs Thompson ([info unknown], UK)

  • NO ISSUES (c. 198?, at least 3 issues)

U

ULTIMATE WHO

(from Ultimate Who Publications ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1990, at least 1 issue)

AN UNEARTHLY SHEEP

(from Derby Local DWAS Group ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1986-1998, at least 26 issues)

U.N.I.T. DISPATCHES

(from 'The Universal Network of Iowan Timelords' (Middle Amana, Iowa, USA))

  • Jan/Feb/Mar 2001
  • Apr/May/Jun 2001
  • Jul/Aug/Sep 2001

THE UNIVERSAL DREAMER

(from Fan Mail Press ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES ([info unknown], at least 1 issue)

THE UNPAID SCIENTIFIC ADVISOR

(from 'The Campanions of Doctor Who' (Atlanta, Georgia, USA))

  • # 58 (Mar 1987)
  • # 59 (Apr 1987)
  • # 61 (Very late Aug 1987)
  • # 68 (Jul/Aug 1988)
  • Art Gallery Volume 1

V

THE UNREGGENERATE

(from The Unreggenerate (D. Paul Griggs) (Colchester, Essex, UK))

  • Volume 1, # 1 (Summer/Autumn 1997)

V

VAROS

(from A. Russell ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1994-1997, at least 7 issues)

VIEWS, NEWS, AND REVIEWS

(from Robert Fox (Wallsend, Tyne and Wear, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1985-1986, at least 20 issues)

VIPOD MOR

(from Vipod Mor Publications (c/o Graeme C. Galloway (Duddingston, Edinburgh, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1987, at least 1 issue)

VOGA

(from Chris Stickler ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c.198?, at least 4 issues)

VORTEX

(from Colin Jenkins (Rumney, Cardiff, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1979, at least 8 issues)

VORTEX

(from Colin John ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1992, at least 1 issue)

VORTEX

(from C. Leach ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 197?, at least 1 issue)

VORTEX

(from C. J. P. Rodgers ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1993, at least 1 issue)

VORTEX

(from Paul Rowe ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1996-1997, at least 4 issues)

VORTEX

(from Vortex (Newport, Gwent, UK))

  • # 1

W

WALL OF LIES

(from 'South Australia Doctor Who Fan Club' (edited by Matthew Fazarkerley, Georgina Bates, James Maragitich) ([info unknown], Australia))

  • NO ISSUES (c. ?-Jun 2001, at least 70 issues)

THE WEB PLANET

(from William Gallagher (Knowle, Bristol, UK))

  • # 1 (May 1980)
  • # 2 (Jul 1980)
  • # 3
  • #4

WEIRD

(from Starraker Publishing Society (c/o Nick Cooper) (Leeds, UK))

  • # 1

WHEEL IN SPACE

(from 'The Patrick Troughton (Doctor Who) Preservation Society' (sinnington, Yorkshire, UK))

  • # 7 (Apr 1979)

WHEEL IN SPACE - SPECIAL REPRINT EDITION

(from the 'Patrick Troughton (Doctor Who) Preservation Society of North America' (c/o Dean Shewring) (Peterborough, Ontario, Canada))

  • # 1 (1981) -reprint of first 5 issues of UK fanzine

WHO

Previously titled: "Who What Where When", and later became "The Disciples of Rassilon Newsletter"

(from the 'Disciples of Rassilon' (Chicago, Illinois, USA))

  • Volume 2, # 2 (Mar/Apr 1982) -First Issue with new name (previosuly "Who What Where When")
  • Volume 2, # 3 (May/Jun 1982)
  • Volume 2, # 4 (Jul/Aug 1982)
  • Volume 2, # 5 (Sep/Oct 1982)
  • Volume 2, # 6 (Winter 1982)
  • Volume 3, # 1 (Spring 1983) -Last issue, became 'Disciples of Rassilon Newsletter'

WHO

(from Barry Holmes (Bexley, Kent, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1984-1985, at least 1 issue)

WHO!

(from Dean Shewring (Petersborough, Ontario, Canada))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1980, at least 2 issues)

WHO ELSE - The Fanzine of Doctor Who and Cross-Overs

(from Fantom Alterations Press (New York, New York, UK))

  • # 1 (Jun 1986)

WHOLOOK

(from Robert Francis ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1986-1987, at least 9 issues)

WHOOKED

(from Michael McColl ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1989, at least 4 issues)

WHO'S NEWS

(from the 'Earthbound TimeLords' (Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA))

  • # 1 (Aug 1985) -High Council Copy
  • # 2 (Oct 1985)
  • # 3 (Nov 1985)
  • # 4 (Dec 1985)
  • # 5 (Jan 1986)
  • # 6 (Feb 1986)
  • # 7 (Mar 1986)
  • # 8 (Apr 1986)
  • # 9 (May 1986)

WHO'S TIMES

(from the 'Athens Area Time Lords' (Athens, Georgia, USA))

  • Volume 4, # 2 (Feb 1989)
  • Volume 4, # 3 (Mar 1989) -cover misdated as 'Volume 4, # 4 (Mar 1989)'
  • Volume 4, # 4 (Apr 1989)
  • Volume 4, # 5 (May 1989)

WHOTOPIA

(from Jigsaw Publications (Edited by Bob Furnell) ([info unknown], Canada))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 2003, at least 1 issue)

WHOVIAN TIMES

- This newspaper-style fanzine was originally called "Renegade Times" for it's first issue, in which the term "Whovian" was first used. The name was changed to "Whovian Times" from Volume II on.

(from 'The Doctor Who Fan Club of America' (Denver, Colorado, USA))

  • Volume II (Sep 1982)
  • Volume III (Nov 1982)
  • Volume 4 (Mar 1983)
  • Volume 5 (Jun 1983)
  • Volume 6 (Oct 1983)
  • Volume 7 (1984)
  • Volume 8 (1984)
  • Volume 9 (1984)
  • Volume 10 (1984)
  • Volume 11 (1985)
  • Volume 12/13 (1985)
  • Volume 14 (1986)
  • Volume 15 (1986)
  • Volume 16 (1987)
  • Volume 17
  • Volume 18
  • Volume 19 ((Indian) Summer 1990)
  • Volume 20 (Summer 1991)

WHO WHAT WHERE WHEN

Later became: "Who", then "The Disciples of Rassilon Newsletter"

(from the 'Disciples of Rassilon' (Chicago, Illinois, USA))

  • Volume 1, # 1 (06 Jul 1981)
  • Volume 1, # 2 (Sep 1981)
  • Special Windycon VIII Edition (18, 19, 20 Dec 1981)
  • Volume 1, # 3 (Nov/Dec 1981)
  • Jan/Feb 1982 -last issue before change to "WHO", not labelled but should be Volume 2, # 1

WOLFWEED

(from Leigh Hunt ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1995, at least 1 issue)

THE WOLES OF FENRIC OFFICAL CLUB NEWSLETTER

(from 'The Wolves of Fenric' (Kenilworth, UK))

  • Feb 2001 (contains 'Time and Space on Television' MSOE Exhibit badge)

WONDEROUS STORIES

(from Robert Francis and Andy Lane ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1987, at least 1 issue)

THE WORDS AND WISDOM OF TOM BAKER

(from Will Valentino (Philedlphia, Pennsylvania, USA))

  • # 1 (1984)

X

Y

YAFFLE PhD.

(from Mark Clapham (London, UK))

  • [unnumbered issue] - Second Printing (1999) -Yellow cover with bird photo cover

Z

ZARINZA-THE AUSTRALIAN DOCTOR WHO FANZINE

(from ? [no publishing info])

  • Fanclub Calendar 1982
  • # 18/19 (Aug 1991) -cover says "#18/19 Aug. 1980"

ZEG

(from Alan Morton ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1995, at least 1 issue)

ZEPHYR

(from Jean Riddler (London, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1985, at least 2 issues)

ZERO ROOM

(from [info unknown] ([info unknown]))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1985, at least 1 issue)

THE ZERO ROOM

(from 'The Zero Room Viewers' Group' (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA))

  • # 1 (Jan/Feb 1990) -Misdated (Jan/Feb 1989)
  • # 2 (Mar/Apr 1990)
  • # 3 (May/Jun 1990)

ZETA MINOR

(from Fan Fun Publication (c/o Rob St. John) (Columbus, Ohio, USA))

  • # 3 (May 1984)
  • Special Edition - "The Doctor and the Enterprise"

ZEITON 7

(from Nigel Adams (Edmunds, Suffolk, UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1985, at least 2 issues)

ZYGON

(from Doug Smith ([info unknown], UK))

  • NO ISSUES (c. 1985, at least 3 issues)

SYMBOLS

? - The Offical Magazine of the Whoniversity

(from the 'Minnesota Doctor Who Viewing Society' (Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota, USA))

  • Special 40th Anniversary Issue



VII. WHAT THE PROJECT IS ACTIVELY LOOKING FOR:

The DW-FPP would like to collect ANY Doctor Who or Doctor Who related fanzine not in the above holdings list.

The following is a list of fanzines that are prioritized for an active search, in an attempt to complete a run of the fanzine's issues. Assistance at finding the issues (or providing photocopies) is welcome:

ADVENTURES IN SPACE AND TIME
  • # BW1 - The Black and White of Doctor Who - Hartnell Era (Jan 1984)
  • # BW2 - The Black and White of Doctor Who - Troughton Era (Jul 1985)
  • # 69 - Colony in Space - labeled "Issue 9"
  • # 73 - The Curse of Peladon - labeled "Issue 13"

DOCTOR WHO BULLETIN
-# 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 19, 20, 21, 34, 41, 42, 48, 49, 63

ENLIGHTENMENT
-# 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 15, 16, 17, 18, 59, 63

THE FRAME
-# 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 23/24

IN-VISION
  • # 48 - Full Circle (actual hard copy)
  • # 49 - State of Decay (atual hard copy)

TALES OF RASSILON
  • Volume 1, # 1 (Jan 1986)
  • Feb 1987
  • Mar 1987
  • Mar/Apr 2004
  • May/Jun 2004

*** ANY DONATIONS OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TO CURRENT FANZINES *** are sought to add to the project (Please donate)


VIII. DONOR/CONTRIBUTOR LIST:

A special thanks to all the people and organizations that have donated holdings, materials and time to this project:

and



IX. REFERENCES:

The following sources and references were used to research the fanzine listings found here:




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