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/

Caroline Morahan

Caroline MorahanCaroline Morahan, described by Wikipedia as

an Irish actress and television host

has contributed a memory to the book, about playing the Doctor’s assistant in a fan-made production, Alternate Empire.

You can watch Caroline at the story’s YouTube page.

Nicholas Parsons

Nicholas ParsonsNicholas Parsons, described on Wikipedia as

an English actor and radio and television presenter [and host of Just A Minute]

has contributed a memory to the book, about appearing in the Doctor Who story, The Curse Of Fenric.

You can read more about Nicholas Parsons at: http://www.nicholasparsons.co.uk/

Sarah Greene

Sarah GreeneSarah Greene, described by Wikipedia as

a British television personality well known for presenting live TV… including Blue Peter.

has contributed a memory for the book, the inside story of how she came to play a bubble-wrap clad alien in Attack Of The Cybermen.

You can read more about Sarah Greene at Wikipedia.

Jonathan Ross

Jonathan RossJonathan Ross, described on Wikipedia as

an English television and radio presenter, best known for presenting the BBC One chat show Friday Night with Jonathan Ross from 2001 until he left the BBC in 2010.

has contributed a memory for the book – his first experience of seeing the Cybermen on screen.

You can follow Jonathan Ross on Twitter at http://twitter.com/WOSSY

Bob Fischer

Bob FischerBob Fischer, not the chess champion, not on Wikipedia but know as

a BBC Tees radio presenter and author of the book Wiffle Lever To Full (Daleks, Death Stars and Dreamy Sci-Fi Nostalgia…)

has contributed a memory for the book – about making a new friend through a mutual love of Doctor Who.

You can find out more about Bob Fischer at http://wifflelevertofull.wordpress.com/