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Doctor Who calendars have been licensed by the British Broadcasting Corporation on an almost annual basis since the mid-1980s. In addition to Doctor Who calendars, there have also been a number of calendars related to Torchwood and the Daleks.

1984 Edit

Doctor Who 1984 Calendar - Release Date: 1983

  • Publisher: Glenwood Distributors Inc.
  • Cost: $7.95 (USA)
  • Notes:
Cover shows the Fourth Doctor in the TARDIS repairing a raised up K9.
Square photographic calendar featuring the Fourth Doctor.

1985 Edit

Doctor Who 1985 Calendar - Release Date: 1984

  • Publisher: Glenwood Distributors Inc.
  • Cost: $7.95 (USA)
  • Notes:
  • Cover shows the Fourth Doctor and Leela
  • Square photographic calendar featuring the Fourth Doctor and images from The Five Doctors.

1986 Edit

Doctor Who – The Calendar (1986) - Release Date: July 1985

  • Cover depicts the Sixth Doctor.
  • Published by Andrew Skilleter's company (Who Dares Publishing) after the US licence had expired. This was a very successful first venture, selling 20, 000 copies in the USA alone. It showcased the artist's work.

1987 Edit

Doctor Who – The Calendar (1987) - Release Date: September 1986

  • Cover depicts the Sixth Doctor.
  • Artwork by Andrew Skilleter.
  • With a decline in interest in Doctor Who, the BBC agreed to a promotion with Golden Wonder crisps. As well as mini-comics, the promotion included an offer on the 1987 calendar.
  • A special printing on thinner card and paper was arranged but demand was greater than expected and ultimately surplus stock was bought from the American distributor.

1988 Edit

Doctor Who 25 Years of a Time Lord – The Calendar 1988 - Release Date: September 1987

  • Cover depicts the Sixth Doctor.
  • Andrew Skilleter was having difficulty with a heavy workload. With time running short for the twenty-fifth Anniversary calendar, he enlisted the help of Stuart Hughes, who had worked on The Companions and provided four additional pieces.
  • Design was by Russ French.

1989 Edit

Doctor Who – The Calendar 1989 - Release Date: August 1988

  • With a new Doctor Who logo, this calendar was in the larger A3 format with bigger illustrations. The cover design was done in London, with the rest being done by Andrew Skilleter.

This calendar was dedicated to Ron Embleton, a good friend who had recently died. It saw the artist move from airbrush to acrylics.

1990 Edit

  • With a cover featuring the Seventh Doctor, the 1990 Doctor Who calendar from Who Dares Publishing was aborted.

1993 Edit

Doctor Who 30th Anniversary Calendar - Release Date: May 1992

1996 Edit

Radio Times: Doctor Who 1996 Calendar: 30 Years of Radio Times Covers - Release Date: September 1995

  • Publisher: Slow Dazzle Worldwide, UK
  • Cost: £9.99
  • Notes:

1997 Edit

The Official 1997 Calendar: Doctor Who: Heroes & Villains - Release Date: September 1996

  • Publisher: Slow Dazzle Worldwide, UK
  • Cost: £9.99 UK
  • Notes:

1998 Edit

Doctor Who 35th Anniversary Special Edition: The Official 1998 Calendar - Release Date: 1997

  • Publisher: Slow Dazzle Worldwide, UK
  • Cost: £9.99 UK
  • Notes:
  • Cover depicts a Cyber Leader over the horizon and the TARDIS in the foreground.
  • Featured photographic images.
  • Design by Paul D Shoefield and Jem Warner
  • Supplied with either a free TARDIS or Dalek cut-out standee

1999 Edit

Doctor Who The Official 1999 Calendar - Release Date: September 1998

  • Publisher: Slow Dazzle Worldwide, UK
  • Cost: £9.99 UK
  • Notes:
  • Cover features artwork by Colin Howard with the Eighth Doctor dominating with the other Doctors depicted in smaller frames.
  • Featured photographic images.
  • Designed by Chris Bently.
  • Heavily discounted

2000 Edit

Dr. Who 16 Month 2000 Calendar - Release Date: September 1999

  • Publisher: World of Discovery, UK
  • Cost: £7.99 UK
  • Notes:
  • Cover features photographic images of all eight Doctor's
  • Produced as part of the BBC Millennium Collection.
  • Calendar ran from October 1999 to January 2001.

TARDIS Calendar 2000 - Release Date: September 1999

  • Publisher: Slow Dazzle Worldwide, UK
  • Cost: £7.99 UK
  • Notes:
  • This TARDIS cut-out standee calendar had detachable pages and featured artwork by Colin Howard.

2000 Calendar Release - Date: 1999

  • Publisher: Cineffigy, UK
  • Cost:
  • Notes:
  • Featured photographs of Doctor Who actors

2001 Edit

Radio Times Doctor Who Calendar 2001 - Release Date: August 2000

  • Publisher: Slow Dazzle Worldwide, UK
  • Cost: £9.99
  • Notes:
  • Cover featured photographic image of the Fourth Doctor, Leela and K9 on a lead; Doctor Who and Radio Times logos.
  • Supplied with either a Third or Fourth Doctor card standee.

2002 Edit

Doctor Who Big Finish 15 Month Desk Calendar - Release Date: August 2001

  • Cover features photographic images of Doctor five, six, seven and eight.
  • Features covers from the Big Finish Doctor Who audio adventures.

Doctor Who Big Finish 2002 Wall Planner - Release Date: August 2001

  • A2 sized wall chart featuring covers from the Big Finish Doctor Who audio adventures.

Doctor Who The Official Calendar - Release Date: August 2001

  • Publisher: Danilo Calendars Ltd, UK
  • Cost: £9.99 UK
  • Notes:
  • Cover featured photographic still of the Third Doctor hiding from the Daleks.

2003 Edit

Doctor Who Big Finish 15 Month 2003-2004 Desk Calendar - Release Date: December 2002

  • Cover features the TARDIS
  • Featured covers from the Doctor Who BBC audio adventures.
  • Limited 1000 editions.

2004 Edit

The Official Doctor Who Calendar 2004 - Release Date:

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2005 Edit

The Official Doctor Who Calendar 2005 - Release Date:

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2006 Edit

Doctor Who Official 2006 Calendar - Release Date:

  • Publisher: Danilo[1]
  • Cost:
  • Notes:
  • Cover shows The Ninth Doctor, Rose and a gold Dalek.
  • January's text introduces the Doctor and Rose, while the remaining months feature images from the stories from the recent Series One.
  • A double page centre-spread features: The Moxx of Balhoon, Slitheen,Lady Cassandra, a gold Dalek, TARDIS and a Reaper.

2007 Edit

Doctor Who 2007 Calendar - Release Date:

  • Publisher: Danilo[2]
  • Cost:
  • Notes:
  • Cover shows the Tenth Doctor and Rose, along with a Dalek and the Cyber Leader.
  • Like the 2006 calendar, each month featured images from the recent Series Two.
  • A double page centre-spread features: the Tenth Doctor and Martha against a Manhattan Skyline.

2007 Cybermen Advent Calendar - Release Date:

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  • This followed the same format as last years Dalek themed Advent calendar.

2008 Edit

Doctor Who 2008 Calendar - Release Date: 2007

  • Publisher: Danilo[3]
  • Cost:
  • Notes:
  • Cover shows the Tenth Doctor and Martha Jones in the TARDIS.
  • Each month featured images from the recent Series Three.
  • A double page centre-spread features: the Cybermen in London in the parallel Universe with a Cybus airship above.

pdsa Pet Pawtraits 2008 Calendar - Release Date: 2007

  • Publisher: on behalf of the pdsa
  • Cost:
  • Notes:
  • The pdsa is the UK's leading veterinary charity.
  • A number of celebrities agreed to be photographed with their pets. Mr August (and cover star) was John Barrowman and his pet spaniel. Filmed at home with a copy of Doctor Who Magazine on the couch.

2009 Edit

2009 Doctor Who Calendar - Release Date:

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Doctor Who 2009 Pocket Diary - Release Date:

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Dalek Advent Calendar - Release Date: 2005

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2010 Edit

Doctor Who Wall Calendar - Release Date: 2009

  • Publisher:Danilo
  • Cost: £7.99 (UK)
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Doctor Who Slim Calendar - Release Date: 2009

  • Publisher:Danilo
  • Cost: £4.99 (UK)
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2010 Dalek Advent Calendar - Release Date: 2010

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2011 Edit

Doctor Who Wall Calendar - Release Date: 2010

  • Publisher:Danilo
  • Cost: £7.99 (UK)
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Doctor Who Desk Easel Calendar - Release Date: 2010

  • Publisher:Danilo
  • Cost: £5.99 (UK)
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Doctor Who Mini-Calendar - Release Date: 2010

  • Publisher: Danilo
  • Cost: £3.99 (UK)
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Doctor Who Pocket Diary - Release Date: 2010

  • Publisher: Danilo
  • Cost: £4.99 (UK)
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2012 Edit

  • To be added

2013 Edit

Doctor Who Wall Calendar - Release Date: 2012

  • Publisher:Danilo
  • Cost: £ (UK)
  • Notes:
  • To be added

2014 Edit

  • To be added

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