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- The Timewyrm transported St Christopher's Church to the Moon. (PROSE: Timewyrm: Revelation)
- After years of silence, Chad Boyle posted Christmas cards to all of his old friends from Perivale. Shreela Govindia subsequently called him and got a job on his newspaper. (PROSE: Love and War)
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- Eugene Jones' team lost an inter-school maths competition. He received a Dogon Sixth Eye as a consolation prize and his father Shaun Jones left the family. (TV: Random Shoes)
- Heather McCrimmon, a future companion of the Tenth Doctor and a descendant of the Second Doctor's companion Jamie McCrimmon, was born. (COMIC: We Will Rock You)
Behind the scenes Edit
- TV: An Unearthly Child was released in the US on home video.
- 10 - "The Meddling Monk", Episode 2 of TV: The Time Meddler, repeated on BBC2
- 16 - PROSE: Doctor Who - The Daleks, formerly titled Doctor Who and the Daleks, was reissued by Target Books with a new cover.
- 23 - PROSE: Doctor Who - The Nightmare Fair was reissued by Target. It was the only volume of the "Missing Adventures" line to be republished by Target.
- 17 - Jack Montgomery (young Jack Harkness in TV: Adam) was born.
- 20 - PROSE: Cat's Cradle: Time's Crucible was first published, launching the second Virgin New Adventures story arc, a trilogy this time.
- 2 - Anthony Lang, who played numerous small roles in many episodes of Doctor Who, died.
- 3 - Robert Beatty, who played General Cutler in TV: The Tenth Planet, died in London.
- James Appleby died.
- 16 - PROSE: Cat's Cradle: Warhead was first published.
- 18 - James Bate (Amyand in TV: Planet of Fire) died.
- 06 - BBC Audio, taking advantage of the fact that audio recordings existed for the many Doctor Who episodes of the 1960s that had been destroyed, began issuing soundtrack recordings for these missing stories in "audio book" format on cassette. The first two to be released were TV: The Evil of the Daleks and TV: The Macra Terror. Similar releases didn't occur again for another year.
- 18 - PROSE: Cat's Cradle: Witch Mark was first published, ending the Cat's Cradle trilogy. Although Virgin continued the idea of multi-book story arcs, this was the last time an overall arc title was used for each book.
- 20 - PROSE: Nightshade was first published. This was the first standalone New Adventures novel, and featured a character inspired by both the Doctor and Bernard Quatermass.
- 27 - Doctor Who Yearbook 1993 was published.
- 31 - Holly Earl (Lily Arwell in TV: The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe) was born.
- 11 - REF: Doctor Who: The Monsters was first published by Virgin Publishing.
- 24 - After a hiatus of nearly two years, Titan Books revived its Doctor Who: The Scripts line with the first-ever publication of the script for the never-produced First Doctor serial, The Masters of Luxor.
- 24 - The Sci-Fi Channel, an American cable network devoted to broadcasting science fiction programming, launched. It became the home network for the revived Doctor Who during its first four seasons; it was renamed "Syfy" in 2009.
- 10 - REF: Doctor Who: The Sixties was first published, the first book in a trilogy looking at the different eras of the series.
- 15 - PROSE: Love and War was first published, introducing the character of Professor Benny Summerfield. This book received pre-release publicity due to the fact Benny was the first original companion created for the spin-off novels (although original companions had appeared in the comic strips as early as the 1960s). According to the documentary Stripped for Action: The Seventh Doctor, the character was created in conjunction with Doctor Who Magazine. Ace temporarily left the series after this novel.
- 20 - Brian Badcoe (Adam in TV: Invasion of the Dinosaurs) died.
- 05 - The Doctor Who: The Scripts release of TV: The Dæmons was first published.
- 18 - Andrew Carr, who appeared as the Senior Guard in TV: Day of the Daleks, died.
- 19 - REF: The Universal Databank was first published.
- 03 - PROSE: Transit was first published, introducing the recurring character of Kadiatu Lethbridge-Stewart.
- 04 - REF: Doctor Who - The Handbook: The Fourth Doctor was first published by Virgin Publishing. It was the first in a series of detailed profiles of each era of the series. The books covered each of the Doctors to date, with the final book published in 1998.
- 11 - Michael Robbins, known for his portrayal of Richard Mace in TV: The Visitation, died from cancer in Catherham, Surrey, England, UK.
- 12 - Gladys Spencer (the Earth High Minister in TV: The Ark in Space) died.
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- To mark Doctor Who's thirtieth anniversary in 1993, the BBC announced plans for a made-for-video movie entitled The Dark Dimension which would have featured all surviving Doctor actors, most notably Tom Baker. Production was ultimately cancelled and the shorter tribute, NOTDWU: Dimensions in Time, was commissioned instead.
- Independent film company BBV Productions released Summoned by Shadows, the first release in its series, The Stranger. This was the first of numerous independent productions made over the next decade featuring actors from Doctor Who and characters analogous to characters in Doctor Who (see Doctor Who pastiches).