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This article about a year is currently under construction. It's likely to be a bit messy.
|Timeline for 1994|
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In 1994, a number of things set in or relevant to the Doctor Who universe were released or published.
- The John Menzies newsagent chain published REF: The Doctor Who Quiz Book (1994) by Doctor Who Magazine editor John Freeman as a promotional giveaway item.
- 20 January - Conundrum was first published.
- 17 February - No Future was first published. This novel concluded the five-part Alternate Universe arc.
- Target Books republished Doctor Who and the Talons of Weng-Chiang with new cover art and a slightly revised title (now Doctor Who - The Talons of Weng-Chiang). This was to be the last reissue of this nature by Target, ending a program it had begun in 1990. The cancellation of the reprint program resulted in a planned reprint of Doctor Who and the Horror of Fang Rock (as Doctor Who - Horror of Fang Rock) never seeing the light of day, even though the new cover art had already been printed up in proof form.
- 17 March - Tragedy Day was first published.
- 17 March - Decalog was first published by Virgin Publishing. Discounting the Annuals, this was the first professionally published and licenced Doctor Who short story collection. It was followed by four more volumes (of decreasing relevance to Doctor Who) over the next three years and succeeded by the Short Trips series of books.
- 21 April - Legacy was first published.
- 21 April - Doctor Who - The Paradise of Death was first published.
- 19 May - Theatre of War was first published.
- 16 June - All-Consuming Fire was first published.
- 16 June - A third edition of REF: The Doctor Who Programme Guide was published by Virgin Publishing.
- 9 July - AUDIO: Whatever Happened to Susan Foreman? was broadcast on BBC Radio 4.
- 15 July - After a year's hiatus, Titan Books revived its Doctor Who: The Scripts series by publishing the teleplay for Galaxy 4.
- 21 July - Blood Harvest was first published.
- 21 July - Goth Opera was first published, launching the Virgin Missing Adventures book line.
- 28 July - Doctor Who Yearbook 1995 was published.
- REF: Doctor Who: Timeframe was published in paperback.
- 18 August - Strange England was first published.
- 15 September - First Frontier was first published.
- 15 September - Evolution was first published. It was the first original novel featuring the Fourth Doctor.
- 6 October - Doctor Who: The Age of Chaos was first published by Marvel Comics UK. This was the first wholly original Doctor Who graphic novel ever published, and the first (and as of 2009, only) comic story written by one of the lead actors, Colin Baker. It was primarily available in the UK, with very limited distribution in North America.
- 20 October - St Anthony's Fire was first published.
- 20 October - Venusian Lullaby was first published. It was the first full-length original First Doctor novel.
- 3 November - REF: Doctor Who: The Seventies was first published.
- 17 November - Falls the Shadow was first published.
- 17 November - The Crystal Bucephalus was first published.
- 17 November - REF: Doctor Who - The Handbook: The First Doctor was first published.
- 17 November - The final release by Titan Books under its Doctor Who: The Scripts line, the script for The Crusade, was published. Although Titan planned to publish at least two more script books, the line, which had started in 1988, was discontinued after this release. The next publication of TV scripts did not occur until a decade later when BBC Books published a collection of scripts from Season 12.
- 1 December - Parasite was first published.
- 1 December - State of Change was first published.
- Unknown - Silva Screen Records released the soundtrack compilation The Worlds of Doctor Who, which included a newly recorded performance of the Doctor Who theme performed by Sylvester McCoy on the spoons.