Richard Coles

Richard ColesRichard Coles, described on Wikipedia as

a musician, journalist and Church of England priest

has contributed a memory for the book, about his prized TARDIS Commander badge.

You can follow the Reverend Richard Coles on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/RevRichardColes

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Mitch Benn

Mitch BennMitch Benn, now considerably thinner than pictured here, and described by Wikipedia as

a British musician and stand-up comedian… [and] regular contributor to BBC Radio 4’s satirical programme The Now Show

has contributed a memory for the book, about the most devastating moment in Doctor Who history.

You can find out more about Mitch at his web site: http://www.mitchbenn.com/

Brian Kellett

Brian KellettBrian Kellett, aka Tom Reynolds, described on Wikipedia as

a nurse and once emergency medical technician for the London Ambulance Service, England, whose award winning blog, Random Acts of Reality, has been published in two books

has contributed a memory for the book, about how he and The Doctor are related.

You can read more about Brian’s work at his blog: http://www.briankellett.net/

Iain Morris

Iain MorrisIain Morris, described by Wikipedia as

an English writer and comedian… best known for writing The Inbetweeners

has contributed a memory to the book, about his favourite Doctor… or should that be Doctors?

You can follow Iain on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/#!/iainkevanmorris

Jason Arnopp

Jason ArnoppJason Arnopp, described rather inadequately by Wikipedia as

a writer… novelist and journalist

has contributed a memory to the book, about a spot of last minute casting in The Sontaran Stratagem.

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

Kim Lakin-Smith

Kim Lakin-SmithKim Lakin-Smith, not on Wikipedia but described here as

a science fiction and “dark fantasy” author

has contributed a memory to the book, about the half-man, half-machine creator of the Daleks.

You can read more about Kim’s work at her web site: http://www.kimlakin-smith.com/

Jon Peake

Jon PeakeJon Peake, not on Wikipedia, but described here as

editor-in-chief at Bauer (particularly the magazines TV Choice and Total TV Guide)

has contributed a memory to the book, about a quite rational fear of shop dummies.

You can follow Jon on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/jonpeake