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/

Adam Hussain

Adam HussainAdam Hussain, described by Wikipedia as a member of

Goldie Lookin Chain […] a comedic rap music group based in Newport, South Wales.

has contributed a memory to the book, about how a first date was interrupted by The Doctor.

You can find out more about the GLC at  http://www.youknowsit.co.uk/

Paul Hartnoll

Paul HartnollPaul Hartnoll, described by Wikipedia as

one of two brothers (the other being Phil Hartnoll), who make up the electronic dance act Orbital.

has contributed a memory for the book,  a chance encounter with a Doctor Who monster at a fête worse than death.

You can find out more about Paul Hartnoll and Orbital at their community web site: http://www.loopz.co.uk/

Jeremy & Chris Limb

Chris LimbJeremy & Chris Limb, comedy writers and sons of Roger Limb, described by Wikipedia as

a British composer, specialising in electronic music. He is best known for his work on the television series Doctor Who whilst at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop.

have contributed a memory to the book – about when their dad took them to the set of Doctor Who.

You can follow Jeremy & Chris on Twitter at http://twitter.com/jeremylimb and http://twitter.com/catmachine respectively.

Rick Wakeman

Rick Wakeman

Rick Wakeman, described by Wikipedia as

an English keyboard player, composer, and songwriter. He is known for being the keyboardist for progressive rock band Yes, his solo career, and latterly as a contributor to the BBC Television comedy show Grumpy Old Men.

has contributed a memory for the book – about his childhood fear of the Daleks.

You can read more about what Rick Wakeman is up to at his web site: http://www.rwcc.com/

Toyah Willcox

Toyah Willcox

Toyah Willcox, described by Wikipedia as

an English actress and singer.

has contributed a memory to the book, about being a fan of Doctor Who.

You can visit Toyah Willcox’s official web site here: http://www.toyahwillcox.com/