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.

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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/

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

Robin Ince

Robin InceRobin Ince, described by Wikipedia as

 an English stand-up comedian, actor and writer… best known for presenting the BBC radio show The Infinite Monkey Cage

has contributed a memory to the book, about the magic of the behind-the-scenes men of Doctor Who.

You can read more about Robin at his web site: http://www.robinince.com/

 

Hugh Bonneville

Hugh BonnevilleHugh Bonneville, described by Wikipedia as

an English stage, film, television and radio actor [known best to Doctor Who fans as Captain Avery]

has contributed a memory to the book, about Final Score, Doctor Who, and the Cyberman-infested streets of London.

You can find out more about Hugh at his web site: http://www.hughbonneville.co.uk/

David Hankinson

David HankinsonDavid Hankinson, not on Wikipedia but described here as

an actor, writer and, most importantly for Doctor Who fans, a Dalek operator from Bad Wolf to Journey’s End

has contributed a memory for the book, about falling in love with Doctor Who‘s seventeenth season.

You can read more about David’s written work at his LinkedIn page.

Rhys Thomas

Rhys ThomasRhys Thomas, described on Wikipedia as

an English comedian and actor [best known for Bellamy’s People and Sirens]

has contributed a memory for the book, about a very special, bespoke Fifth Doctor’s coat.

You can follow Rhys Thomas on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/RhysThomasOBE