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This wiki is about the fanon of the Doctor Who universe. Seeking to compile all the fan creations and collated fluff into one usable database. The wiki format allows anyone to create or edit any article. Sit back, have a browse, and get stuck in.

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Featured Article

Protii

The Planet Skaro audios began in 2006 with an adaptation of a novella previously written by Si Hunt and Simon Hart in 2002, Echoes of the Protii. A partial sequel to Nightmare of Eden, this story unleashed the popular Vera Jundrey on an unwitting world, along with her wayward adopted grandson Scott who would both return in a future adventure. Paul Monk took on the role of the Doctor, with Dave Tudor and Steven Alexander playing his companions, Nick and Rob McCow.

Made by volunteers from the Planet Skaro forum, Echoes of the Protii went down well with the forum and raised over £200 for Great Ormond Street Hospital.

Planet Skaro has gone on to record three seasons of Doctor Who audios with a fourth in production.

Want to Watch/Listen?

Where possible, the wiki pages for stories and production groups will link to the official websites for downloads. Many of the productions on this wiki are uploaded onto video-sharing community YouTube, and the pages of the productions will link to their respective YouTube video page when possible.

Otherwise, a useful resource for information, links, streaming content, and downloads is:
Botcherby's Fan Audios Blog [link]

It is updated regularly.

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