In the first of a new series of books, noted Doctor Who historian David Brunt presents the most detailed and comprehensive day-by-day record ever published of the show’s production during the years 1963-1966 when William Hartnell played the Doctor.
Drawing on many years of research and an exhaustive study of BBC archive documentation – including files not previously accessed by any other Doctor Who author – the book includes a wealth of newly-discovered information and explodes some long-standing myths.
Due for publication in February 2024. The second volume, covering THE TROUGHTON YEARS, is expected to follow later in 2024.
Copies of this book will be available to USA-based customers through the following retailers:
WHO North America: https://www.whona.com
???pp. 6×9-format paperback.
Published February 2024
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
David Brunt was born at an early age, on a date somewhere in this book, and (at the time of writing) is still alive.
He has been a participant in Doctor Who fandom since time began, including as historian of the Doctor Who Appreciation Society for eleven years, for which he is still apologising.
For a decade he was writer of several BBC Doctor Who DVD and blu-ray production notes, which seemed to go down well at the time even though all the best jokes were edited out.
Advisor and contributor to far too many TV-related magazines and books to remember.
He lives somewhere in Wales, near England. Somebody has to.