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"Doctor Who and" is a common phrase that begins a multitude of Doctor Who story titles, mostly those from the Target novelisations range. However, for the whole of the 1960s, it was common to find the prefix on scripts for the television show, as well. The process of titling scripts "Doctor Who and ..." was abandoned by producer Barry Letts, after the BBC graphics department accidentally tacked on the in-house-only phrase to create Doctor Who and the Silurians on the episode as aired. Because the title was self-referential, and it suggested that the Doctor's name actually was "Doctor Who", scripts thereafter omitted the phrase. (DCOM: Doctor Who and the Silurians)

Nevertheless, the phrasing is not uncommon on titles in the broader Doctor Who franchise. Beyond being standard nomenclature — prior, at least, to John Nathan-Turner's producership — for the Target range, it was also quite commonly found on early Doctor Who Magazine comic stories. Much of the Fourth Doctor's DWM run, in fact, is formally titled with the prefix. It also has occasionally made its way into other media. In the 21st century, it generally is used in an ironic way or tongue-in-cheek evocation of an earlier age in the franchise, as with PROSE: Doctor Who and the Adaptation of Death, COMIC: Doctor Who and the Nightmare Game, or AUDIO: Doctor Who and the Pirates.

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Novelisations Edit

Given below are the proper, first edition names of those Target novelisations whose titles begin with "Doctor Who and". Later editions may have slightly different names, or names which dropped the "Doctor Who and" prefix. In one case, a book gained the "Doctor Who and" prefix only on republication. Doctor Who in an Exciting Adventure with the Daleks became Doctor Who and the Daleks when reprinted.

This list is strictly alphabetised, meaning that those books prefixed with "Doctor Who and the" appear after those prefixed with just "Doctor Who and". On occasion, hardcover editions did not use the "and" while the paperback editions did.

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Most every story from the first seven seasons of the 1963 version of Doctor Who had an internal, production title of Doctor Who and ... The only time the public saw this nomenclature was with Doctor Who and the Silurians, when a graphics technician literally copied the title seen on a script. Following this incident, Barry Letts ordered that "Doctor Who and ..." be discontinued as a behind-the-scenes practice. (INFO: Doctor Who and the Silurians)

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