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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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For those that want to go that extra mile and create their own fan production, a little guidance is always appreciated. If not essential. With that in mind please help to assemble this Technical Manual.

This will serve as a guide for all budding writers, producers, directors, and generally creative people amongst Doctor Who fandom. Providing tutorials, links to resources, and general top tips.

The basic sections have been laid out, covering aspects from scriptwriting to distribution, but need detailed advice adding. This can be first hand experience from your own productions, recognized academic theory such as story structure, or links to other useful tutorials and freeware applications.

By adding a bit at a time and revising each others contributions, adding new pages, it will grow into a valuable guide.

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.

Doctor Who is a copyright of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). No infringement is intended.

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