Below is an artificial timeline representing the Sixth Doctor's life on television, as well as in the audio dramas produced by Big Finish. I've divided the stories and arcs up into sub-seasons to make it easier for new Big Finish listeners to identify stories they would like to purchase. Given that Big Finish usually squeezes new stories in-between others, it is possible that I will shift some stories into other blocks or given continuity references within stories, it may result in some stories changing position to fit the correct continuity.  

Season 21

The Twin Dilemma
In a post-regenerative crisis, the Sixth Doctor takes Peri to the desolate asteroid Titan 3 planning to stay there as a hermit for 1000 years. 

   Season 22   

Attack of the Cybermen
The Cybermen plot to hijack Halley's comet.

Vengeance on Varos
The Doctor and Peri arrive on Varos, when they are pulled into a live torture show.

The Mark of the Rani
The Master works with the Rani, who plans to take away a chemical that causes people to sleep.

The Two Doctors
A Sontaran plot for mastery of time leads the Sixth Doctor to team up with the Second, in order to stop them and a duo of Androgums.

Davros *****
When Davros is revived and asked by the head of an Earth corporation to use his great genius to work for good ends, the Kaled scientist seems to be playing along. The Sixth Doctor arrives and insists that Davros cannot be trusted, that he is "one of – no, actually, the most evil being this galaxy has ever produced!" Forced however to work alongside his nemesis, on projects such as famine relief, the Doctor seeks to uncover Davros before he can put new schemes to create a powerbase into effect.

Cryptobiosis ****
The Sixth Doctor and Peri are passengers on the Lankester, a ship that makes its run every year from Madagascar to New Orleans. However, this time, the ship hides a secret...

The people of Karfel are terrorised by the sinister Borad.

Year of the Pig
The Sixth Doctor and Peri, vacationing at the Hotel Palace Thermae in 1913 Ostend, encounter several mysterious guests: the eccentric Miss Alice Bultitude, the colourful Inspector Alphonse Chardalot and, last but not least, Toby the Sapient Pig.

Revelation of the Daleks
The Great Healer (Davros) has come up with a solution for famine. It involves dead bodies and Daleks.


Season 22a

The Nightmare Fair
The Sixth Doctor and his companion Peri are lured in the TARDIS to Blackpool, where they discover something wrong in the local videogame arcade. The Doctor's adversary the Celestial Toymaker is behind it, and the Doctor and Peri must fight their way through his videogames in order to defeat him.

Mission to Magnus ****
The Sixth Doctor and Peri find themselves being threatened by Anzor, an old school bully from the Doctor's time on Gallifrey, who locks the TARDIS in orbit above the planet of Magnus. On this planet, Anzor has been working with the female upper caste to his own ends, alongside the Doctor's old enemy Sil. When the Doctor investigates further, he discovers that the polar icecaps of the planet hide an even darker foe — the Ice Warriors.

Leviathan ***
The Doctor discovers a medieval village where nobody ages. And Herne the Hunter is on the loose.

The Hollows of Time **
A small English village called Hollowdean houses the Hollows of Time.

Paradise 5 *****
The Doctor and Peri go undercover at a 35th Century holiday resort space station called Paradise 5, staffed by Cherubs and stalked by Elohim.

Point of Entry *****
An asteroid pulls the TARDIS down to Elizabethan England, where Christopher Marlowe is haunted by a demon seeking an Aztec dagger.

The Song of Megaptera ****
The Doctor discovers a harvesting ship hunting giant space whales.

The Macros **
The Doctor and Peri arrive aboard the USS Eldridge and witness the results of the infamous Philadelphia Experiment, leading to journey to an alien universe.

The Guardians of Prophecy ****
The Doctor and Peri arrive on the last remaining world in The Traken Union. The peaceful planet Serenity is also the home of the mysterious Melkur.

Power Play **
The Doctor reunites with his former companion, Victoria Waterfield, now crusading against nuclear waste.

The First Sontarans *****
In the English countryside, in the year 1872, the Doctor stumbles upon the mysterious origins of the Sontarans. 

Season 22b

Whispers of Terror ****
The Doctor and Peri find themselves in the Museum of Aural Antiquities, where every sound is stored for posterity - from the speeches of Visteen Krane to security service wire taps and interrogation tapes. But they also find an intruder, mysteriously changed recordings, and a dead body. Before long the Doctor realises that there is more going on than a simple break-in or murder.

...ish *****
The Sixth Doctor and Peri attend a conference of lexicographers at a college where an unfortunate murder has occurred. The victim was a perfectionist linguist compiling the galaxy's biggest dictionary, and also a personal friend of The Doctor, but the only suspect is her holographic assistant, named Book, who is also a repository for every word in the English language. The Omniverbum is the mythical longest word in existence. According to records, no one who has found the Omniverbum, or its sentient affix "Ish", has lived to tell of it. Except one. Book found the Ish on an obscure world and accidentally brought back to the college as per his programming. But now it's escaped, and is out to cause havoc on the speech centers of the human brain unless The Doctor can stop it.

The Reaping *****
Peri and the Doctor travel to Baltimore, Maryland, in 1984, four months after Peri left her stepfather and her mother in Lanzarote, Spain. As she tries to explain to her mother where she has been, the Doctor discovers an old enemy has laid a trap for him…

Recorded Time and Other Stories (Anthology Series)

Recorded Time ***
1536, The Court of King Henry VIII Immortalis.

Paradoxicide *****
The legendary lost world of Sendos was rumored to have the most powerful weapons in the universe. Now it is broadcasting across space in Peri's voice.

A Most Excellent Match *****
In Jane Austen's England, Peri was seen to be courting suitors, including the Doctor.

Question Marks ****
The mysterious man with the question mark collar saves the crew of a stricken vessel.

1963: The Space Race *****
November 1963, and the Soviet space programme reigns supreme. Having sent the first animals, then the first men beyond Earth's atmosphere, now they're sending a manned capsule into orbit around the Moon. Just as Vostok Seven passes over into the dark side, however, its life support system fails. Only the intervention of the Sixth Doctor and Peri, adopting the identities of scientists from Moscow University, means that contact with the capsule is regained. But something has happened to the cosmonaut on board. She appears to have lost her memory, and developed extreme claustrophobia. Maybe she’s not quite as human as she used to be...

Breaking Bubbles and Other Stories (Anthology Series)
Breaking Bubbles *****
The Doctor and Peri find themselves in the palatial gardens of the deposed Empress Safira Valtris where nothing is ever quite what it seems.

Of Chaos Time The  *****
Cast adrift in his own chronology, the Doctor must avert the consequences of a catastrophic experiment in using time as a weapon of war.

An Eye For Murder *****
The year is 1939, and a case of poison pen letters at St Ursula’s College threatens to change the course of the Second World War. Fortunately thriller writer Miss Sarah Perry is on hand to investigate...

The Curious Incident of the Doctor in the Night-Time *****
Michael is a young boy who likes to solve mysteries, such as the mystery of the extra gnome, the mystery of the absent father, and the mystery of the strange man in yellow trousers at the bottom of the garden.


The Mysterious Planet
The Sixth Doctor is charged with breaking the First Law of Time—a law forbidding interference in alien worlds—by the High Council of Gallifrey. In his prosecution, the Valeyard presents the transgressions in the style of flashbacks on a video screen, depicting the Doctor’s past adventures with companion Peri Brown. As the trial progresses, the Doctor becomes suspicious about evidence being censored and his TARDIS being bugged.

The Valeyard presents his second piece of evidence, the Doctor and Peri's activities on Thoros Beta, immediately before the trial. The flashback shows the Doctor investigating arms sales, where he sees his old adversary Sil. Sil's race, the Mentors, are revealed to have been supplying Yrcanos, the local king of a primitive culture, with advanced weaponry.

Terror of the Vervoids
The Doctor is allowed to present evidence in his defence. He chooses events from the future, in hopes that it will prove he has reformed. During the presentation, some details appear altered from what the Doctor reviewed, furthering his suspicions that evidence is being tampered with. In the year 2986, the Doctor and his new companion Mel answer a distress call from the interstellar ship Hyperion III. The ship is sabotaged and people are dying at the hands of the Vervoids, plant-like humanoids whom the Doctor learns were genetically engineered to be slaves.

The Ultimate Foe
The Doctor claims that the Matrix has been altered, and the Keeper of the Matrix is called. Seconds later, the Master appears on the Matrix’s screen, proving that it can be infiltrated. Sabalom Glitz and Mel are called as witnesses to the Doctor's defence, and they inform the Doctor of the Council's actions.   

Season 23a

The Wormery *****
The Sixth Doctor investigates the mysterious bar known only as "Bianca's". Getting in his way is his old friend Iris Wildthyme, but this time she has a rival for the Doctor's affections — Bianca herself. With Iris getting drunk on Tequila, the Doctor must uncover Bianca's true identity and find out just who the voices are he and Iris keep hearing…

Excelis Rising ****
A thousand years after his first visit to the planet Artaris, the Doctor returns,in his Sixth incarnation. The city of Excelis has grown, spreading a vast Empire throughout the globe. Science and engineering have provided a new Age of Reason. But the more things change, the more they stay the same, and once again death follows the mysterious Relic through the halls of the Imperial Museum. When the Doctor finds himself helping the Curator and the local authorities with this mystery, he finds himself crossing paths with a familiar face from Excelis’ history

The Holy Terror *****
The Sixth Doctor and Frobisher become involved in a power struggle in a mysterious castle culminating in a bloodbath. The Doctor and Frobisher finds themselves involved with a society which strictly adheres to a complex and apparently illogical set of customs. Drawing inspiration from the Shakespearean tragedy as well as exploring unpleasant elements of the father/child relationship and infanticide this is one of the darker episodes.

The Maltese Penguin ****
Frobisher is employed as a Private Eye to investigate Alicia Mulholland's fiancé, Arthur Gringax. As a penguin detective would be somewhat conspicuous, he instead chooses to disguise himself ... as the Doctor!

The Ratings War ****
Beep the Meep has a new docudrama, but can the Sixth Doctor stop the fur from flying?

Her Final Flight *****
The Sixth Doctor lands on the planet Refiloe, where it seems the TARDIS has taken her final flight, and is amazed to encounter his former companion, Peri.
I.D. ****
The Doctor arrives in the future at a huge dumping site for old computers. Scavenger ships scour the discarded materials for valuable data: one of the ships is from the borderline illegal Lonway Clinic, which specialises in personality surgery. The Doctor investigates the death of one of the clinic's researchers, and realises that what the clinic is searching for here should perhaps remain lost.

Urgent Calls ****
A wrong telephone number on 1974 Earth has strange consequences.

Season 23b

The Marian Conspiracy *****
The Sixth Doctor meets Evelyn Smythe and attempts to find out why she is disappearing by travelling back in time to the era of Queen Mary.

The Spectre of Lanyon Moor ****
The Sixth Doctor and Evelyn team up with the Brigadier to defeat an ancient evil in Cornwall.

The Apocalypse Element *****
At a conference on Archetryx between major temporal powers, the Sixth Doctor and Evelyn discover that Romana has been missing for twenty years and that the Daleks' newest weapon — the Apocalypse Element — threatens not only the Time Lords but the entire galaxy.

Bloodtide ****
The Sixth Doctor and Evelyn meet Charles Darwin on the Galapagos Islands where an awakening group of Silurians have horrifying plans for mankind.

Project: Twilight ****
1999. The Sixth Doctor and Evelyn try to find out what connects "Project: Twilight", a secret government initiative, to a seedy casino in London Docklands.

Season 23c   

The Sandman ****
When the Sixth Doctor and Evelyn visit the Clutch — a large community of spacecraft that never settle on one planet — Evelyn discovers that the Doctor is held in fear by the Galyari. They know him as "the Sandman", a figure from their mythology, an ancient bogeyman — and the Doctor does not deny being that which they regard with fear.

Jubilee *****
The Sixth Doctor and Evelyn, having followed a weird transmission, arrives in London in 2003, but they quickly notice that the city appears strange and looks unusually dirty and dusty. Before they can properly investigate, the TARDIS suddenly flees in terror and leaves them behind. The Doctor is then suddenly stricken by a weird sense of deja vu, and realizes that he and Evelyn has landed in an alternate timeline. England, now known as the "English Empire", has become the central political power of the world, following the events "The Great Dalek War of 1903", and is ruled by the despotic President Rochester, who holds the sole surviving Dalek in the universe as a captive, and uses it as a part of his propaganda campaign of death.

Doctor Who and the Pirates *****
The Sixth Doctor and Evelyn confront the feared pirate captain Red Jasper, and the Doctor sings "I am the very model of a Gallifreyan buccaneer..."

Real Time ***
There has been a series of mysterious vanishings on the desert planet Chronos in the 33rd century. Survey teams working for a university seem to have simply vanished amongst the pyramids on the planet. Alongside two other survey teams and an expert on cybernetics, the Doctor and Evelyn learn the deadly truth: that the planet Chronos is being used as a base for one of the Doctor's oldest and deadliest foes — the Cybermen.

Project Lazarus  (Episodes 1 & 2) *****
Unfinished business. A frightened girl is stalked in a land of eternal night. A hunter longs for recognition and power. A traveller in time returns to correct the mistakes of the past and faces a danger that could rob him of his future. Unless his future intervenes. And in the shadows stands Nimrod. Waiting... Welcome to the Forge.


Season 23d

Arrangements for War ****
The Sixth Doctor and Evelyn become involved in a tricky political situation on the planet Világ.

Medicinal Purposes ****
Edinburgh, 1827. Body snatchers William Burke and William Hare are on the loose while the Sixth Doctor and Evelyn take an interest in the work of Dr Robert Knox.

Pier Pressure ****
In 1936 Brighton, strange lights and terrible sounds are coming from beneath the pier, and the dead are unusually ambulatory. The only hope is the Doctor and Evelyn and — Max Miller?

The Nowhere Place **
A mysterious door and the sound of a bell ringing lead the Doctor and Evelyn from a spaceship in the year 2197 to a train in 1952. Why does Evelyn keep hearing the words "Time's End"?

100 (Anthology Series)
100 BC ****
This story is set in Rome in 100 BC and involves the parents of Julius Caesar.

My Own Private Wolfgang *****
This story involves an abnormally prolonged life of Mozart.

Bedtime Story *****
This story involves an unusual curse befalling an even more unusual family.

The 100 Days of the Doctor ****
This story concerns the Doctor preventing an assassination attempt on himself.

Assassins in the Limelight ****
Ford's Theatre, April 14, 1865. The fate of the assassination of Abraham Lincoln hangs in the balance, as a result of the meddling of Doctor Robert Knox.


Season 23e

The Crimes of Thomas Brewster ****
In modern-day London, Detective Inspector Patricia Menzies is investigating a strange new mob boss known as the Doctor. Meanwhile, the real Doctor is being chased by giant robot mosquitoes and Evelyn Smythe is taking the tube to an alien world.

The Feast of Axos **
A billionaire attempts to plunder the energy from Axos, which was trapped in an orbiting time loop, nearly half a century ago.

Industrial Evolution ***
In Lancashire, at the height of the Industrial Revolution, while some people are fighting against the machines, some of the machines are fighting the people.


Season 23f

Criss-Cross *****
Bletchley Park. Britain's most secret weapon in the Second World War. Inside draughty huts, the earliest computers clatter day and night, decoding enemy transmissions and revealing intelligence crucial to the country's defence. Leading WREN Mrs Constance Clarke directs her charges to provide vital assistance to the boffins stationed in the Manor House. But a recent arrival among the code-breakers, the mysterious Dr Smith, has attracted the attention of MI5's spycatchers...
 Planet of the Rani ***
Miasimia Goria was a quiet planet, an ancient world of bucolic tranquillity… until the Rani arrived with ideas of her own. She planned to create a race of new gods… gods that she could keep on her leash, but those plans went horribly wrong. Now, she languishes in the high security of Teccaurora Penitentiary, consigned there by her arch enemy and old student colleague, the Doctor. But the Rani, always resourceful, ever calculating, knows things about the Doctor’s past that he would rather forget. She wants revenge, even if it takes a hundred years… and then she has other unfinished business.
 Shield of the Jötunn *****
2029 AD. In the desert of Arizona, billionaire philanthropist Dr Hugo Macht is trying to save the world from climate change. But his great project to "scrub the sky clean" with nanoatomic machines grinds to an unexpected halt when his diggers break into something unexpected: a Viking burial barrow containing eight corpses, a mysterious shield, an even more mysterious inscription... and a yet more mysterious traveller in time and space, known only as the Doctor.

The End of the Line (Part of The Sixth Doctor: The Last Adventure Box Set) *****
The Doctor and his latest companion Constance investigate a commuter train that has lost its way...

The Doctor and his latest companion Constance investigate a commuter train that has lost its way...

Absolute Power
*Synopsis to be added.
Quicksilver*Synopsis to be added.

Season 23g

The Condemned ****
In Manchester, 2008, the Doctor and his new companion Charley become embroiled in a murder mystery at Ackley House.

The Doomwood Curse ***
The Doctor and Charley arrive at a country estate in England in 1738 on the trail of a lost book, where besides a murderer who's on the loose, and the notorious highwayman Dick Turpin, something else, that could destroy the very fabric of reality itself, has journeyed there. The Doctor and Charley must solve the mystery before the whole world succumbs to it.

Brotherhood of the Daleks ****
The Doctor and Charley land in an alien jungle filled with a brotherhood of socialist Daleks. In the fourth episode the Daleks sing a Dalek version of "The Red Flag" sung to the tune of "O Tannenbaum."

The Red House (Part of The Sixth Doctor: The Last Adventure Box Set) ***
The Doctor and Charlotte Pollard arrive on a world that is populated by werewolves.

Return of the Krotons ***
The Sixth Doctor and Charley visit the planet Onyakis and discover Krotons.

The Raincloud Man *****
The Doctor and Charley return to Manchester and discover its complicated link to transient aliens.

Patient Zero *****
Charley becomes ill, which brings the Doctor to the Amethyst Viral Containment Station. There they witness a confrontation between the Daleks and the mysterious Viyrans.

Paper Cuts ****
The Sixth Doctor encounters Draconia's Deathless Emperors.

Blue Forgotten Planet *****
In the far future, the Earth is dying. And the Viyrans seem to have a vested interest in its plight.


Season 23h

Curse of Davros *****
Davros has developed mind swapping technology. He instructs his Daleks to implement it in the year 1815, at the Battle of Waterloo.

The Fourth Wall *****
Broadcast from planet Transmission, Trans-Gal Media Productions presents: Laser. Jack Laser battles his nemesis, the evil Lord Krarn, and the army of porcine Warmongers. The fate of the entire universe hangs in the balance. Along the way, Laser must also rescue the beautiful Jancey, as well as the Doctor's new companion, Flip.

Wirm Isle ***
The Earth is slowly being repopulated in the year 16127, by the descendants of the Nerva Beacon. But the Wirrn have also come down from the Beacon.

Antidote to Oblivion ****
The Doctor and his companion Flip land in London in the year 2382, where the population has been driven largely underground after Britain went bankrupt. There they discover that the representative of the Universal Monetary Fund, who will give the country a multi-billion credit bail-out, is none other than the Doctor's old enemy, Sil.

The Blood of Erys ****
The Doctor materialises the TARDIS on Erys, the moon of the planet Asphya, where it is raided by the imp-like Drachee, and his companion Flip is kidnapped.

Scavenger ****
The Doctor and Flip arrive in 2071 to view the launch of the Anglo-Indian Salvage 2 rocket, but they soon become separated and caught up in a 500-year tragedy played out in orbit.

Stage Fright (Part of The Sixth Doctor: The Last Adventure Box Set) *****
The Doctor and Flip visit Victorian London, where investigators Jago and Litefoot explore theatrical performances that have echoes of the Doctor's past lives...


Season 23i

The Widow's Assassin *****
The Doctor's desire to find his former companion Peri Brown once again leads him to the planet Krontep, where he must fight the mind parasite Mandrake. 
Masters of Earth ***** The year is 2163. Ten years since the Daleks invaded the Earth. One year until the Doctor, in his first incarnation, will help bring the occupation to an end. But for now, their reign of terror goes on. The TARDIS brings the Doctor and Peri to Scotland – enslaved, like everywhere else on the planet. But there are rumours of Dalek-free islands off its coast. Places where resistors and refuseniks are coming together, gathering arms and armour, preparing to strike back against the enemy. When the Doctor falls in with an unlikely group of freedom fighters making that dangerous journey to Orkney, he finds himself trapped – but not only by the Daleks, their robotised henchmen and their human collaborators.

The Rani Elite *****
The TARDIS arrives in the CAGE – not a trap, but the College of Advanced Galactic Education, one of the most prestigious academic institutions in colonised space. The Doctor’s here to receive an honorary degree in Moral Philosophy. But there’s something rotten at the heart of the Medical Facility. Someone is operating on the students. Someone without a conscience. Someone with access to a Sidelian Brain Scanner – a technology that hasn’t been invented yet. That someone is the ruthless Time Lord scientist known as the Rani – in her new incarnation. But will the Doctor and Peri recognise the Rani’s hand before her trap is sprung?
City of Spires ****
In the Scottish Highlands, Black Donald is fighting the Redcoats to halt the Clearances. But time itself seems to be confused. And the mysterious Red Cap has built anachronistic machines that are extracting the blood of the land.

The Wreck of the Titan ****
The Doctor plans to take his reunited friend on a trip aboard the RMS Queen Mary. But it turns out to be the RMS Titanic. Until it then turns out to be the eerily similar Titan...

Legend of the Cybermen ****
The Doctor and Jamie are reunited with Zoe, as the Cybermen attempt to conquer The Land of Fiction.


Season 23j

Voyage to Venus *****
Professor Litefoot and Henry Gordon Jago are accustomed to the murky fog of Victorian London and the palatable pints of half and half at the Red Tavern. They are not used to travelling through time and space with their old friend the Doctor. And now they find themselves whisked off to the planet Venus in the distant future, at a time when warrior women rule from a floating city in the clouds. There’s a mystery here, one that the Grand Empress Vulpina intends to keep secret. Even if it means destroying these visitors from the long-dead planet Earth...
Voyage to the New World ****
Roanoke Island, 1590. The TARDIS materializes in the past, and the Doctor’s companions, Professor Litefoot and Henry Gordon Jago, find themselves prisoners of the natives in the New World. But there’s something something strange here – stranger than even the colonists, led by Englishman John White. What are the ghostly children? And who is the Old Man of Croaton? The travellers are about to discover the secret of the lost colony... and it may cost Jago's life.

The Acheron Pulse ****
The Doctor returns to The Drashani Empire, which is now under attack from alien invaders known as The Wrath.

Trial of the Valeyard *****
There is some evil in all of us – even the Doctor. Transported aboard the Time Lords' orbiting courtroom, the Doctor once again encounters the Valeyard, an amalgamation of the darker sides of his nature. This time, however, the Doctor isn't in the dock. This time, the Valeyard is the defendant, accused of a crime so terrible that the presiding Inquisitor is forbidden to reveal it even to the court, nor even to his counsel for the defence… the Doctor. If the Valeyard is found guilty, he'll be executed. Execute the Valeyard, and the secret of his origins dies with him. A secret that the Doctor is desperate to know… and which the Time Lords will stop at nothing to protect.

Second Sight (Part of The Worlds of Doctor Who Box Set)
The actions of Mr Rees have alerted the Time Lords of Gallifrey, and Romana has assigned her best warrior. Independently, the Sixth Doctor has arrived on Earth. A power from the dawn of the Universe is about to be unleashed once more…

Last of the Cybermen ****
It's been ten years since the final assault on Telos, the last act of the Great Cyber War. Thanks to the Glittergun, humanity prevailed – and the half-machine Cybermen were utterly obliterated. Out on the furthest fringes of the galaxy, however, they left their mark – in the form of a giant Cyber-head, hundreds of feet high. A monument? A memorial? A tomb? The Doctor, the Cybermen's most indefatigable adversary, sets out to investigate... but he fails to return to his TARDIS. Leaving the Ship, his two companions – brave Highlander Jamie MacCrimmon, and super-intelligent Zoe Heriot – find a stranger in the Doctor's place. A stranger in a coat of many colours, who insists that he's the Doctor – transposed in time and space with one of his former selves... 
Vampire of the Mind 
Somewhere off the South Coast of England, there’s a lonely island. On that island stands a solitary castle, long since abandoned – haunted, they say. But the truth is, that castle houses something far worse than mere ghosts. The castle is what lies at the end of a trail followed by the Doctor in search of several missing scientists – all of them connected to the top secret Dominus Institute and its elusive CEO, Sir Andrew Gobernar… But the Doctor will soon discover that he’s the one being haunted, by a ghost from his past… or perhaps, his future.
Judoon in Chains (Part of Classic Doctors: New Monsters Box Set)
*Synopsis to be added.

Season 23k

The Wrong Doctors *****
With Evelyn gone, the Doctor sets course for his destiny... in the form of his first meeting with Miss Melanie Bush, a computer programmer from the village of Pease Pottage, currently busy rehearsing with the local Amateur Dramatic Society – and blissfully unaware that her future is on its way, in his TARDIS. Make that two TARDISes. Because at that very moment, a slightly younger Doctor is flying into Pease Pottage, too – returning his future companion Melanie Bush to her rightful place and time, after they were flung together during the course of his Time Lord trial. Time travel is a complicated business.

Spaceport Fear *****
Welcome to Tantane Spaceport – where the tribes of Business and Economy have been at war for all of four hundred years...

Welcome to Tantane Spaceport – where a terrible creature called the Wailer prowls the corridors around the Control Tower, looking to eat the unwary...

Welcome to Tantane Spaceport – where there is one Arrival: a battered blue Police Box containing the time-travelling Doctor and his companion, Mel...

Welcome to Tantane Spaceport – where there are no Departures. Ever.

The Seeds of War ****
Humanity is emerging from a long, exhausting war. Against an enemy so powerful, so implacable, it seemed unstoppable – right up until the moment it stopped. Now, despite its ‘victory’, the human race is on its knees. The Doctor and Mel join its struggle for survival to try to ensure it has a future. A race against time takes them from the Great Tower of Kalsos to the Reliquaries of Earth. In an epic journey across the ten systems, their fates are intertwined with one family. The Tevelers are to feel the effects of war more than most… The Doctor has a plan. Mel is sure he can save the day. But something is lurking. Watching. Waiting. A presence the Doctor knows of old - The Eminence awaits!

The One Doctor *****
The Sixth Doctor and Mel come up against an impostor Doctor and his companion Sally-Anne. During the serial, the Doctor and his companions undertake a quest to find the three greatest treasures of the Generios system.

The Juggernauts ****
To escape the destruction of a medical vessel the Sixth Doctor sends his red-headed companion Melanie Bush out in an escape pod, promising to seek her out once he rescues his TARDIS from the exploding ship. However, on finding his ship he is trapped in a Dalek time scoop. Mel, however, lands on the planet Lethe where her skills as a computer technician are keenly sought, and she joins a team led by the wheelchair-using Dr. Vaso and works to create the Juggernauts: "the ultimate service robots".  
Catch-1782 ****The Sixth Doctor and Mel attend the centenary celebrations for the National Foundation for Scientific Research. Looking into her family history and thanks to a temporal accident, Mel discovers that finding out the answers to a mystery within it may entail becoming part of history itself.

Thicker Than Water ****
It is three years since the Sixth Doctor helped repel the Killoran invasion of Világ, and he brings a new friend, Mel, to meet an old one. Evelyn Smythe, his former companion is now married to Principal Triumvir Rossiter. But Evelyn has made political enemies, among them her own stepdaughter Sofia, and the reunion takes a deadly turn when Evelyn and Mel are kidnapped.

The Wishing Beast ***
The Doctor and Mel investigate the mysterious Wishing Beast on an isolated asteroid.

Vanity Box ***
The Doctor investigates mysterious goings on at a beauty salon.

The Brink of Death (Part of The Sixth Doctor: The Last Adventure Box Set) ****
The Doctor and Mel face the final confrontation with the Valeyard - and the Doctor must make the ultimate sacrifice.

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