The Time War rages through space and time – two powerful enemies in a fight to the death.
The Doctor keeps to the fringes of the conflict, helping where he can. He is not a warrior. Not yet.
But this war takes no prisoners, and friends and enemies will draw the Doctor ever closer to his destiny…
2.1 The Lords of Terror by Jonathan Morris
When the Doctor takes Bliss to her home colony, they discover that the
Time War has got there first. Bliss finds her world altered beyond
recognition, and the population working to serve new masters.
No dissent is allowed. The Daleks are coming. The planet must be ready to fight them.
2.2 Planet of the Ogrons by Guy Adams
Avoiding the Time War, the Doctor and Bliss are found by an old
acquaintance: the latest incarnation of a criminal mastermind the Doctor
knows of old. But unlike her predecessors, the Twelve has a handle on
her previous selves’ unruly minds.
There is a mystery to solve involving the Doctor’s TARDIS and its
unusual occupant – and answers will be found on the Planet of the
2.3 In the Garden of Death by Guy Adams
In a prison camp like no other, the Most Dangerous Man in the Universe
is held in isolation. The rest of the inmates have no memory of who they
were or what they might have done.
No memory even of their captors. Until the interrogations begin.
2.4 Jonah by Timothy X Atack
In the depths of an ocean world ravaged by the Time War, the weary survivors are pressed into service by Cardinal Ollistra.
Something is hidden beneath the sea: the Twelve knows the truth, if
only she could drag it from her jumbled mind. And when the Doctor
becomes the captain of a submarine boat, all omens spell disaster…
A special run of prequels to Doctor Who: The War Doctor.
Written By: Jonathan Morris, Guy Adams, Timothy X Atack
Directed By: Ken Bentley
Paul McGann (The Doctor), Rakhee Thakrar (Bliss), Nicholas Briggs (The Daleks), Jacqueline Pearce (Cardinal Ollistra), Julia McKenzie (The Twelve), Nikki Amuka-Bird (Tamasan), Amanda Root (Lendek), Rakie Ayola (Pollia / Lambda Epsilon), Guy Adams (Rendo), Simon Slater (Carvil / Shaler), Jon Culshaw (Doctor Ogron), Victor McGuire (Borton), Anya Chalotra (Ensign Murti), Tania Rodrigues (Chief Panath), Surinder Duhra (Executive Officer Omor). Other parts played by members of the cast.