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

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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

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/

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

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

Steve O’Brien

Steve O'BrienSteve O’Brien, not on Wikipedia, but described here as

former SFX news editor and freelance science fiction hack

has contributed a memory to the book, about that Baker/Davison regeneration.

You can follow Steve’s latest project, an online magazine site, at: http://www.thefancan.com/

Conor McNicholas

Conor McNicholas

Conor McNicholas, described by Wikipedia as

a journalist, and the former editor of BBC Top Gear Magazine and IPC-run music magazine New Musical Express, better known as the NME.

has contributed a memory to the book – all about his early fears of Davros!

You can follow Conor McNicholas on Twitter here: http://twitter.com/conormcnicholas