↑Broadcast on BBC One a little over an hour prior to the initial screening of Rose, this episode did not, in fact, go out under the Doctor Who Confidential banner. However, its commonality of production personnel and style lead many to consider it a kind of "pre-cursor" to Confidential. Nevertheless, it is not usually considered "episode 1", but a kind of "episode 0".
↑Like A New Dimension, this episode was broadcast on BBC Oneprior to its related episode. Also like Dimension, Guide did not technically go out under the Confidential banner, but was made by the Confidentialproduction team. This episode is often seen as having an even stronger tie to Confidential because of the presence of the series 1 narrator, Simon Pegg.
↑The Christmas Invasion is the only episode of BBC WalesDoctor Who not to have a corresponding broadcast episode of Doctor Who Confidential. A 9-minute mini-episode was made especially for the series 1 DVD release, but it technically did not go out under the Doctor Who Confidential banner. Rather, it used the title, Doctor Who: Backstage at Christmas, and its graphical elements were similar to those used in Doctor Who: A New Dimension. It did, however, use the familiar DWC theme music and series 1 narrator, Simon Pegg. It possibly didn't use the Confidential logo because it was technically a preview of an episode yet to come, rather than a discussion of how a episode already broadcast was made.
↑Unusually, this episode bore a subtitle to the programme's name. Instead of just Doctor Who Confidential, it went out under the banner, Doctor Who Confidential Christmas Special
↑This episode did have a limited amount of behind-the-scenes information about The Runaway Bride, but it also served as a behind-the-scenes exploration of the 2006 Doctor Who concert at the Wales Millennium Centre. It was co-produced with BBC Music.
↑Though this episode did contain some behind-the-scenes information about Blink, it was mostly concerned with providing a history of the BBC Television Centre.
↑This episode had no official title; the title used here is based on conjecture. Neither the programme or name appeared. Like "The Ultimate Guide" it's assumed to be a part of Doctor Who Confidential because of the commonality of production team and narrator. Like "Music and Monsters it was co-produced by BBC Music.
↑This episode was broadcast in the first week of January 2009, and served merely to announce the casting of Matt Smith. It wasn't tied to any particular episode of Doctor Who.
↑The "Charlie McDonnell series" was originally broadcast on BBC Red Button from [[21 December (releases)|]]-[[24 December (releases)|]] 2010
↑This episode aired on CBBC after The Impossible Astronaut as a memorial show for Elisabeth Sladen. While not technically shown under the Doctor Who Confidential banner, it is generally considered an episode of the series due to being produced by the Confidential production team and closing with the Confidential logo.