The Doctors’ Timelines Index

Hello everyone! 🙂

Welcome to ‘The Doctors’ Timelines Index’ on ‘Bradley’s Basement’.

‘Doctor Who’ is a TV show that has lasted for over 50 years. Our favourite Time Lord – The Doctor – has had a long life. But he/she hasn’t just had adventures in TV. He/she has also had adventures in the Big Finish audios; books; comics and many other things.

It’s so easy to get confused with the Doctor’s life. So here on this page is an index of all the Doctor’s timelines. Just click on the faces of each of the Doctors to their timelines.

Hope you enjoy them!

Tim. 🙂

Timeless Doctors

The Fugitive Doctor

The Doctors

01. One

The First Doctor

The Second Doctor

The Third Doctor

06. Six

The Fourth Doctor

The Fifth Doctor

The Sixth Doctor

08. Eight 09. War

The Seventh Doctor

The Eighth Doctor

The War Doctor

10. Nine 12. Eleven

The Ninth Doctor

The Tenth Doctor

The Eleventh Doctor

The Twelfth Doctor

The Thirteenth Doctor

Alternative Doctors

 Dr. Who  The Unbound Doctor

The Fourth Doctor (SKTD)

The Shalka Doctor The Meta-Crisis Doctor The Valeyard

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12 thoughts on “The Doctors’ Timelines Index

  1. Okiku Saji

    Perhaps you can include the Shalka Doctor.

    It should be noted that in The Brains of Morbius, we see eight previous incarnations before Hartnell – and I agree with Andrew Kearley that it’s likely that at some point during the eighth of these, the Doctor re-loomed himself. This “new” Doctor was technically the “ninth” life of the Doctor, but had a new set of 13 regenerations, and was the first in that cycle. Perhaps in his younger years, the Shalka Doctor’s exploits occur, but eventually he discards the idea he is the ninth incarnation, and starts anew – numbering this incarnation as his first.

    Thus, the line about nine lives uttered by the Shalka Doctor can still make sense, if he’s including the previous eight incarnations of the original Doctor.

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    1. Tim Bradley Post author

      Hi Okiku.

      Thanks for your suggestion of a Shalka Doctor timeline.

      I’ve never taken the Shalka Doctor seriously in the continuity of ‘Doctor Who’, but I shall take a look into it and see if I can come up with anything.

      Thanks for dropping a line on my blog.

      Tim. 🙂


  2. Tim Bradley Post author

    I have in mind to do a Valeyard timeline and perhaps one for the David Warner Unbound Doctor. Perhaps I can do three timelines for Valeyard, David Warner Doctor and Shalka Doctor for Christmas, just for fun! 😀

    Tim. 🙂


    1. Okiku Saji

      Sorry, nevermind about The Dalek Factor.

      The Infinity Doctors you’ve already included in, say, Gallifrey, so I would suggest fitting it somewhere (the author puts it after The Gallifrey Chronicles on his site chronologically).

      The Cabinet of Light isn’t Unbound – it’s more “this is an incarnation we haven’t seen elsewhere, one in his future”.

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  3. Matthew

    Here again to ask for clarification on some of your abbreviations. I’ve scanned through all the keys for all the Doctor’s but there is still a few I can’t spot. I will list them below alongside a corresponding story :

    The Arboreals (SS)
    Echoes of Future’s Past (DWM)
    Time and Relative (TN)
    The Book of Shadows (VD)
    Journey Out of Terror (TS)
    The Anti-Hero (TT)
    We Are the Daleks (RT Special)
    Sarah Jane and the Temple of Eyes (TDSSTD)
    Someone I Once Knew (DRS)
    Red Planet (TWA) — though I suspect you meant TAW, Twelve Angels Weeping
    The Two-Timer (DWW)
    Piece of Mind (TLOCJ)
    The Oncoming Storm (TCY) – I suspect The Churchill Years
    The Germ War (DWA) – I suspect Doctor Who Adventures
    Death in the New Forest (TFNE)
    Zero Space (J)
    Death is the Only Answer (DWC)
    For Tonight we Might Die (C)

    If I come across any others, I’ll be sure to get back to you.

    Also, I’m not sure if it interests you, but I have been compiling the stories for the entirety of the Doctor’s Timeline using your listings to help me number the stories in my collection so they appear in the correct order on my computer. I’d be able to make a PDF of it if it interests you, though I will warn that, despite following the order you’ve given, it follows my own numbering system which counts certain stories/references that you have indented instead.

    Kind regards,

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    1. Tim Bradley Post author

      Hi Matthew.

      I’m working on adding the list of abbreviations to the types of stories I haven’t identified on my blog. Thanks for raising this concern by the way.

      In the meantime, I’ll explain what the abbreviations you’ve identified mean on here.

      (SS) – ‘The Scientific Secrets of Doctor Who’ anthology
      (DWM) – ‘Doctor Who Magazine’
      (TN) – Telos Novella
      (VD) – Virgin Decalog
      (TS) – Target Storybook
      (TT) – Time Trip
      (RT Special) – Radio Times Special
      (TDSSTD) – ‘The Day She Saved the Doctor’ anthology
      (DRS) – ‘The Diary of River Song’
      (TAW) — yes, it’s ‘Twelve Angels Weeping’
      (DWW) – ‘Doctor Who Weekly’
      (TLOCJ) – ‘The Life of Captain Jack’
      (TCY) – yes, it’s ‘The Churchill Years’
      (DWA) – yes, it’s Doctor Who Adventures
      (TFNE) – ‘Tales From New Earth’
      (J) – the ‘Jenny’ audio series
      (DWC) – ‘Doctor Who Confidential’
      (C) – ‘Class’

      Thanks for messaging me. I’m glad you’ve found my ‘Doctor Who’ timelines to help you put the stories together.

      Tim. 🙂



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