Ed Petrie

Ed PetrieEd Petrie, described on Wikipedia as

a British actor, comedian and television presenter [arguably best known for his on-screen pairing with a cactus named Oucho]

has contributed a memory to the book, about a very particular misunderstanding about Doctor Who.

You can find out more about Ed’s work at his web site.

Christopher H Bidmead

Chris BidmeadChristopher H Bidmead, described by Wikipedia as

a British writer and journalist [familiar to Doctor Who fans as a script editor and writer on the series]

has contributed a memory to the book, about something that has divided Doctor Who fans for many, many years.

You can follow Chris on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/#!/chbidmead

Andy Nyman

Andy NymanAndy Nyman, described by Wikipedia as

an English actor and magician [and co-creator of many Derren Brown TV shows]

has contributed a memory to the book , about a strange encounter in a dark corridor.

You can read more about Andy’s work at his web site:  http://www.andynyman.com/

Terrance Dicks

Terrance DicksTerrance Dicks, described by Wikipedia as

an English writer, best known for his work in television and for writing a large number of popular children’s books during the 1970s and 80s.

has contributed a memory to the book , about beginnings and endings in Doctor Who.

You can read more about Terrance’s work at this BBC web site.

Paul Scoones

Paul ScoonesPaul Scoones, not on Wikipedia but described here as

an author and also writer of Doctor Who DVD production information subtitles

has contributed a memory for the book, about an important trip to the library.

You can find out more about Paul’s forthcoming book, The Comic Strip Companion 1964-1979, here: http://paulscoones.blogspot.com/

Roland Rat

Roland RatRoland Rat, described by Wikipedia as

a British television puppet character [although he is better known as an international superstar]

has contributed a memory to the book, about the various Doctor Who actors who have been lucky enough to work with him

You can find out more about Sir Roland Rat here: http://about.me/rolandrat

Shaun Dingwall

Shaun DingwallShaun Dingwall, described on Wikipedia as

 a British actor [best know to Doctor Who fans for his role as Rose Tyler’s dad, Pete]

has contributed a memory to the book, about confronting his worst fear in a parallel universe.

You can follow Shaun on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/ShaunDingwall

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