On 1 March, a number of things set in or relevant to the Doctor Who universe were released or published.
- 1965 - Part one of the TV Comic story The Hijackers of Thrax was first published.
- 1969 - Episode six of The Seeds of Death was first broadcast on BBC1.
- 1969 - Part five of the TV Comic story Martha the Mechanical Housemaid was first published.
- 1975 - Part two of The Sontaran Experiment was first broadcast on BBC1.
- 1975 - Part eight of the TV Comic story Death Flower was first published.
- 1982 - Part one of Black Orchid was first broadcast on BBC1.
- 1983 - Part one of Enlightenment was first broadcast on BBC1.
- 1984 - Part three of Planet of Fire was first broadcast on BBC1.
- 1997 - Part nine of the Radio Times comic story Perceptions was first published.
- 1999 - The anthology More Short Trips was first published by BBC Books.
- 1999 - Demontage and Deep Blue were first published by BBC Books.
- 1999 - Dead Romance was first published by Virgin Books.
- 1999 - The Keys of Marinus was released on VHS.
- 2002 - Part three of "Planet of Blood" was first released online.
- 2004 - Pyramids of Mars was released on Region 2 DVD.
- 2005 - A DVD box set including The Visitation and The Green Death was first released in Region 1.
- 2006 - The anthology Short Trips: Farewells was first published by Big Finish.
- 2007 - Made of Steel was first published by BBC Books.
- 2009 - Spaceport exhibition The Art of Doctor Who closed.
- 2010 - A DVD box set including The Space Museum and The Chase was first released in Region 2.
- 2012 - The Doctor Who Adventures comic story New and Improved was first published.
- 2013 - Vengeance of the Stones was first released by AudioGO and Big Finish.
- 2013 - Toby Hadoke's Who's Round 8 was released online.
- 2016 - Rose, The Massacre, The Ambassadors of Death and Dark Water / Death in Heaven were first published by Obverse Books.
- 2017 - Part two of Slaver's Song was first published in 9DO 10.
- 2017 - The Tragical History Tour was first published in 11DY3 3.
- 2017 - Scream of the Shalka was first released by Obverse Books.