|Short Trips 2: Companions|
|Short Stories Novel Edited by Jacqueline Rayner|
attractive young girl (boy may be considered). Must have strong ankles,
healthy lungs, and no family ties. Ability to say 'what's that, Doctor?'
in many different ways a necessity. Bizarre taste in clothes may be an
advantage. Must be able to deal with traumatic situations involving life
and death with no obvious after effects.
They didn't always ask to travel with the Doctor. And even if they did, they didn't know what the consequences would be.
Were Ian's travels foretold? What paradoxical conundrums faced the Doctor, Charley and Will Shakespeare in Ancient Troy? And just how difficult is it to get a job when you can't account for a gap of several years on your CV?
The Tip of the Mind: Peter Anghelides
The Splintered Gate: Justin Richards
The Man From DOCTO(R): Andrew Collins
Apocrypha Bipedium: Ian Potter
Kept Safe and Sound: Paul Magrs
The Lying Old Witch in the Wardrobe: Mark Michalowski
Hearts of Stone: Steve Lyons
Distance: Tara Samms
Qualia: Stephen Fewell
Curriculum Vitae: Simon Guerrier
Notre Dame du Temps: Nick Clark
The Little Drummer Boy: Eddie Robson
Hidden Talent: Andrew Spokes
The Canvey Angels: David Bailey
Balloon Debate: Simon A Forward
A Long Night: Alison Lawson
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