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.

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

Charlie Brooker

Charlie BrookerCharlie Brooker, described by Wikipedia as

a British journalist, comic writer and broadcaster

has contributed a memory to the book, about the scariest moment in Tom Baker’s era.

You can follow Charlie on Twitter at http://twitter.com/charltonbrooker

Michael Legge


Michael LeggeMichael Legge
, described by Wikipedia as

a Northern-Irish stand-up comedian and television host

has contributed a memory for the book, about when he finally realised he was nothing if not a Doctor Who fan

You can find out more about Michael at his web site: http://www.michaellegge.info/

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/

 

Wincey Willis

Wincey WillisWincey Willis, described on Wikipedia as

a British broadcaster […] a writer, public speaker and conservationist [probably best known as a weather presenter on TV-AM and for co-hosting Treasure Hunt on Channel 4]

has contributed a memory for the book, about getting close to one Doctor in particular.

You can follow Wincey Willis on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/#!/winceywillis1

Chantel Shafie

Chantel ShafieChantel Shafie, not on Wikipedia but described here as

a  TV presenter and model based in Hong Kong and London

has contributed a memory to the book, about one of her earliest modelling jobs, portraying Tegan on the front of the TARDIS tent play set.

You can find out more about Chantel at her web site: http://www.chantelshafie.com/