‘Time Burp’, Part Two

Roll original 1982 Peter Davison opening credits


SCENE #2 – INT – TARDIS CONSOLE ROOM – N/A
Still in the TARDIS console, the Doctor, Nyssa and Billy recover from their Dalek attack, having astonishingly survived whilst Knitter commences the second half of his show. The TV theme music similar to Harry Hill’s ‘TV Burp’ is played before Knitter begins.

KNITTER
“Welcome back…to Time Burp! The show that presents funny outlooks on historical events from the past of the universe. After establishing himself as a seasoned president, Richard Nixon of the United States of America on Earth comes clean.”

The Time-Space Visualiser displays President Nixon.

PRESIDENT NIXON (V’O)
“I think I’m an idiot!”

Back in the TARDIS…

KNITTER
“Rock band Beatles sounding off-tune during ‘Juke Box Jury’ in nineteen sixty-five.”

The Time-Space Visualiser changes and displays the 1965 edition of ‘Juke Box Jury’ featuring the Beatles. During one of the songs, the quality of the video/film is distorted and off-put causing the Beatles to sound out of tune. Back in the TARDIS…

KNITTER
“And rat hunters not quite finding a rat in the caves of the planet Zerum Four.”

The Time-Space Visualiser changes and displays two rat hunters on Zerum VI searching for a rat in one of the caves.

RAT HUNTER #1 (V’O)
(impatiently) “Take your time, mate. Take your time.”

RAT HUNTER 2 (V’O)
(reassuringly) “I will, mate. I will.” (Pause) “Hold on! I’ve got it! I’m nearly there!”

RAT HUNTER 1 (V’O)
“Is it a rat? Is it a rat? Have you a rat?”

RAT HUNTER 2 (V’O)
“Hold on! It’s coming into the light now!”

Moment of silence ensues before a dog barks in the cave.

RAT HUNTER 1 (V’O)
“It’s a dog!”

Back in the TARDIS…

KNITTER
“Duh! Fancy not being able to tell the difference between a dog and rat!” (Pause) “Mendelssohn goes wild now as twins…”

The Doctor meanwhile gets up off the floor and confronts Knitter.

DOCTOR
(angrily) “What was going on in your mind when you brought that Dalek into my TARDIS?! You could have been responsible for Nyssa and Billy’s deaths as well as my own!”

KNITTER
“Alright calm down, Doctor. No need to get into a tiz. It was your fault anyway. You had the defences down.”

DOCTOR
(angrily) “Only because you shut them down yourself.”

KNITTER
“Anyway, what are you complaining about? I got rid of that Dalek for you. I sent it back to Skaro. Your friends are alive and well, aren’t they?”

DOCTOR
“Yes. For the moment. Though what terror you’re going to bring into my TARDIS next I shudder to think.”

The Doctor then makes his way over to Nyssa and Billy who are flustered as they recover.

DOCTOR
(concerned) “Nyssa; Billy? Are you alright?”

NYSSA
“Just about. But the Dalek…”

DOCTOR
“It’s gone back, Nyssa. Don’t worry. Knitter managed to sort it out.”

BILLY
“Knitter’s the one who brought it here in the first place. We’d all be dead if it wasn’t for him. Nyssa would be dead.”

DOCTOR
“Yes I know, Billy. I told Knitter that myself. Though he seems not to take the brunt of the responsibility for his actions.”

NYSSA
“Doctor, can we get rid of him? I mean send him back to wherever he came from without him causing any more damage?”

DOCTOR
“I hope so, Nyssa. I do hope so.”

KNITTER
“Oy! I heard that! Are you three taking a dislike to me?”

BILLY
“Isnt it obvious?”

KNITTER
“Oh charming!”

Knitter however continues with the show regardless.

KNITTER
“This brings us to our ‘Time Burp Poetry Corner’…”

Whilst that goes on, the TARDIS console room shudders. The Doctor, Nyssa and Billy hang onto the console whilst Knitter stays at his desk.

NYSSA
“Doctor, it’s happening again! The TARDIS shuddered violently!”

DOCTOR
“Yes!”

The Doctor then checks the TARDIS instruments.

DOCTOR
“We’re plummeting down a vast time tunnel. A weak point in the time-space vortex.”

BILLY
“Where are we heading then?”

DOCTOR
“I don’t know. Although I sure Knitter’s got the answers.”

KNITTER
“Hey Doctor! You should see this on your Time-Space Visualiser!”

DOCTOR
“I’m busy, Knitter. Besides you have nothing to amuse or interest me.”

KNITTER
“No really, Doctor! Look at the screen!”

The time travellers look to the Time-Space Visualiser.

NYSSA
“What is it?”

BILLY
“It looks like…a jungle. There are a group of explorers looking at a parrot.”

KNITTER
“Yeah. A parrot that has an Edwardian ancestry about it according to the experts. I’ve been looking at my family photos from Edwardian history of Knitters and my great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandfather looked exactly like that. What do you think, Doctor?”

DOCTOR
(agitated) “You’re clearly being silly now, Knitter.”

NYSSA
“Doctor, that parrot! It seems to be attacking the head of one of the explorers! It’s flapping its wings all over him!”

KNITTER
“Not attacking Nyssa, no. It’s performing some sort of mating ritual. It usually does this when attracting the female of its kind!”

NYSSA
“Mating ritual?”

BILLY
“Doesn’t look very stimulating to me.”

KNITTER
“That’s because you’re not a parrot, Billy. But he is. And he’s making love to that special rainforest explorer there!”

The Doctor, Nyssa, Billy and Knitter watch as the parrot makes its mating ritual by flapping its wing over the man’s head.

KNITTER
(encouragingly; to parrot on screen) “Go on, give it some! Give it some, boy! Give it!”

NYSSA
“The parrot can’t hear you on screen, Mr. Knitter!”

Suddenly a teleport occurs and the parrot appears. The parrot squawks, flapping about in the TARDIS console room.

DOCTOR
“You really shouldn’t have said that, Nyssa! That bird’s in my TARDIS now!”

BILLY
(cries) “Get down! Nyssa; Doctor, get down!”

The Doctor, Nyssa and Billy get down as the parrot flaps towards Knitter and lands on his head. It makes its mating ritual on Knitter by flapping its wings and squawks away.

KNITTER
(cries) “Argh! It’s got me! It’s landed on my head! It’s mating with me!”

The parrot keeps on flapping and squawking whilst Knitter tries to shake it off.

KNITTER
“Get off you bird! I’m not your type! Get away, do you hear?!”

The parrot eventually flies off Knitter’s head. It soon gets teleported out of the TARDIS and back in time. All is calm again.

NYSSA
(relieved) “Well! Thank goodness that parrot’s gone!”

DOCTOR
“I wish I could say it was over, Nyssa. I have a feeling something else is going to happen.”

KNITTER
(to audience) “Ooh! Just a minute! There’s a new special kind of recipe I’d like to try out from one of my favourite cooks. Hang on. Let me adjust your Time-Space Visualiser for a moment Doctor and see if I can find him.”

Knitter adjusts the Time-Space Visualiser as it makes loud whirring noises. The Doctor meanwhile whispers to Nyssa.

DOCTOR
(whispers) “Nyssa? I think you ought to know I’ve noticed something rather intriguing.”

NYSSA
(whispers) “What’s that, Doctor?”

DOCTOR
(whispers) “I’ve managed to find out how Knitter is able to transfer people out of time and space in my TARDIS for fun.”

NYSSA
(whispers) “Really? But how…?”

DOCTOR
(whispers) “Don’t ask me yet, Nyssa. I need to make sure I’ve got the moment exactly right for Knitter to be sent back.”

Meanwhile Knitter gets what he wants on the Time-Space Visualiser and shows it to the Doctor, Nyssa and Billy.

KNITTER
“Right! I’ve sorted it out now. There’s this new special kind of dessert prepared by legendary river cottage cook, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall the Third.”

BILLY
“Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall the Third?”

KNITTER
“Yeah I know! There are three of them now! So what’s this special dessert he’s prepared all those years ago?”

The Time-Space Visualiser changes and displays a special dessert prepared by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall III.

HUGH FEARNLEY-WHITTINGSTALL III (V’O)
“This new type of dessert I’ve prepared for evening meals is a mixture of carrot cake; rice; sticky toffee pudding; grapes; nuts and sponge. I’ve to test it out first before I can confirm it’s safe to eat.”

Back in the TARDIS…

BILLY
(confused; to Knitter) “You showed us that because you want to know about a new form of pudding, Mr. Kitter?”

KNITTER
“Yeah. Sad, isn’t it?”

Just then, a plate of that very same pudding appears on Knitter’s desk.

KNITTER
“And here it is!”

The Doctor whispers to Nyssa again.

DOCTOR
(whispers) “Nyssa?”

NYSSA
(whispers) “What Doctor?”

DOCTOR
(whispers) “As Knitter caused that pudding to materialise in the TARDIS, I detected the neutron flow levels going off the scale using the console instruments.”

NYSSA
(whispers) “Can you override them without Knitter realising?”

DOCTOR
(whispers) “I think so. But I need you and Billy to help me. Let’s keep watching.”

Meanwhile with Knitter…

KNITTER
(to audience) “Now I’ve got my share of dessert, I’m going to wait until Hugh Three tries it out first. Then I can have a go.”

The Time-Space Visualiser changes and displays Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall III about to try out his new dessert.

HUGH FEARNLEY-WHITTINGSTALL III (V’O)
“Let’s see if this works, shall we?”

Hugh III picks up a spoon; takes a scoopful of the dessert and eats it. After eating it for a while…

HUGH FEARNLEY-WHITTINGSTALL III (V’O)
(approvingly) “Hmm. Hmm, hmm, hmm. Hmm, hmm. Hmm! Hmm, hmm, hmm, hmm, hmm.” (Pause) “Lovely.”

Back in the TARDIS…

KNITTER
“Right! Now I’ll try it.”

Knitter picks up a spoon; takes a scoopful of the dessert and eat it.

BILLY
“Well, Mr. Knitter? What’s it like?”

Knitter has moments of approving and disapproving the dessert for a while for the next few seconds, and he does this rather comically.

KNITTER
(comically approves) “Hmm. Hmm, hmm.” (comically disapproves) “Hmm, hmm, hmm, hmm.” (comically approves) “Hmm, hmm, hmm, hmm.” (comically disapproves) “Hmm, hmm, hmm, hmm.” (Pause; comically approves) “Hmm, hmm, hmm, hmm, hmm.” (Pause; comically disapproves) “Hmm.” (Pause; comically approves) “Hmm. Hmm, hmm, hmm, hmm.”

NYSSA
“Well?”

KNITTER
(disapprovingly) “Don’t like it. Horrible.”

DOCTOR
“Well, that was pointless, wasn’t it?”

KNITTER
“Well I hadn’t tried it before. I’m a very curious person.”

DOCTOR
“Is that a fact?”

Knitter throws the dessert away. Suddenly the TARDIS shudders violently. The Doctor, Nyssa, Billy and Knitter fall about on the floor when this happens. They eventually manage to get up, recovering from the experience.

NYSSA
(astonished) “Well, what was that all about?”

KNITTER
(sniffs) “Hang on a minute! Can you smell burning?”

The Doctor, Nyssa and Billy sniff as well.

NYSSA
“Yes! I can definitely smell it. Where’s it coming from? Seems to be somewhere in the console room.”

BILLY
“Nyssa? Was that there before?”

NYSSA
“What?” (realises) “Oh! A crack in the wall!”

The Doctor, Nyssa and Billy make their way towards the wall to take a closer look at it.

DOCTOR
“You’re right, Billy. There’s definitely a hole in the wall!”

KNITTER
(cheers) “Bring on the wall!!!”

DOCTOR
“Bring on the wall?”

KNITTER
(cheers) “Bring on the wall!!!” (normally) “Something must have happened whilst your TARDIS travelled through that dangerous tunnel, Doctor.”

DOCTOR
(apprehensively) “What? You know what that hole in my TARDIS wall is, Knitter?!”

KNITTER
“I’ve got a pretty good idea! Since your TARDIS defences were down…”

DOCTOR
(interrupts) “The spikes in the vortex battered the old girl on the way down!” (angrily) “Why didn’t you tell me this, Knitter?”

KNITTER
“You didn’t ask, Doctor! Don’t go shouting at me!”

DOCTOR
“I’ve got to seal that crack up before anything else happens!”

The Doctor makes his way back to the console in an attempt to seal the wall whilst Nyssa and Billy watch.

BILLY
“Doctor, there’s a fire in that hole. The TARDIS is on fire!”

KNITTER
“The TARDIS is on fire!”

NYSSA
“Billy’s right, Doctor! The TARDIS is on fire!”

KNITTER
“Don’t panic! The TARDIS is on fire!”

DOCTOR
“I’ll go and get some fire extinguishers!”

BILLY
“Quickly, Doctor! The fire’s getting worse!”

KNITTER
“The TARDIS is on fire!!!!!”

DOCTOR
“I’ll back as soon as I can.” (to Nyssa; Billy) “Nyssa; Billy, stay here!” (to Knitter) “Don’t you go anywhere, Knitter!”

KNITTER
“You can rely on me, Doctor!”

With that, the Doctor leaves the TARDIS console room and heads out of the corridor to find some fire extinguishers. Nyssa and Billy are left alone in the console room with Knitter watching the fire.

KNITTER
“Hang on! Billy; Nyssa! Where’s that toy dog of yours? Cuddles?”

NYSSA
“Cuddles?” (to Billy) “I thought you had him, Billy.”

BILLY
“No I hadn’t, but…” (thinks; realises) “Wait! When the TARDIS shuddered violently, Cuddles was on the console. So that must mean…”

NYSSA
“Oh no! It can’t be!”

Nyssa and Billy look to the crack in the TARDIS wall again with Knitter beside him.

NYSSA
“Billy, he hasn’t!”

BILLY
“He must have!”

KNITTER
“The TARDIS is on fire! And Cuddles has fallen through the crack in the wall!”

BILLY
(upset; determined) “No! We got to get him back!”

Billy makes his way forward to get into the hole before Nyssa stops him.

NYSSA
“What do you think you’re doing, Billy?!”

BILLY
“I’ve got to try and get him back! He’s your toy dog, Nyssa!”

NYSSA
“No, Billy! You could get lost out there and there’s no chance of you getting back once you’ve crossed into that crack in the TARDIS wall. You can get me another cuddly toy dog when he next go to Bath.”

BILLY
(protests) “But he’s a symbol of our love, Nyssa!”

NYSSA
“I’m not losing you, Billy! You’re not going in there!”

Knitter then steps forward.

KNITTER
“No need to sacrifice yourself, Billy. I’ll send in my pet, the Knitted Character!” (calls) “Oy! Knitted Character!”

The Knitter Character appears before Knitter.

KNITTED CHARACTER
(squeaks) “Yes, Timmy!”

KNITTER
“Cuddles, Nyssa and Billy’s doggie, is in that hole in the wall! Fetch!”

KNITTED CHARACTER
(squeaks) “Right you are, Timmy!”

The Knitted Character zooms off and makes his way into the ‘hole’ of the TARDIS wall to find Cuddles.

NYSSA
“You’ve changed your tune, Mr. Knitter.”

KNITTER
“I’m a bit like you two. I don’t like the thought of your toy dog getting burned alive or getting hit by a piece of falling timber.”

NYSSA
“He’s not real you know, Mr. Knitter.”

BILLY
“Neither is your Knitted Character friend.”

KNITTER
“Oy! Leave my pet alone! He’s been ill lately!”

Suddenly, a cry echoes from inside the crack of the TARDIS wall as the Knitted Character is in trouble.

KNITTED CHARACTER
(cries; squeaks) “Help! I’m on fire! Timmy, help me! Help me!”

KNITTER
(distressed) “No! The Knitted Character! I must save him!”

Knitter runs forward to enter into the crack of the TARDIS wall before Nyssa and Billy stop him.

NYSSA
“No! Don’t go in there, Mr. Knitter!”

BILLY
“You’ll get yourself killed if you do!”

At that moment, the Doctor re-enters the TARDIS console room. He brings in two tripod fire extinguishers with him.

DOCTOR
“Here we are! I’ve got two tripod fire extinguishers!” (to Nyssa; Billy) “Nyssa; Billy! What’s been happening since I was away?!”

BILLY
“We lost Cuddles in that crack in the wall! He fell off the console once the TARDIS shuddered before he fell in!”

DOCTOR
“What?”

KNITTER
(upset) “Now my Knitted Character’s gone in there to save him! If it weren’t for Nyssa and Billy…”

DOCTOR
(interrupts) “I have to set the tripod fire extinguishers in place! Stand aside, you three!”

Nyssa, Billy and Knitter stand aside whilst the Doctor places the tripod fire extinguishers in front of the crack in the TARDIS wall. He gets ready to initialise them.

DOCTOR
(satisfied) “Right! Got them in place!”

NYSSA
“What about Cuddles and Mr. Knitter’s Knitted Character, Doctor?”

DOCTOR
(insistently) “I’ve got to put the fire out first, Nyssa!”

Moment of silence, as the Doctor finalises the preparations on the tripod fire extingusihers.

DOCTOR
“Right! Initialising thermal extinguishing sequence…now!”

The Doctor presses a button before foam and water burst out from the two tripod fire extinguishers. The foam and water blazes into the hole of the TARDIS wall as it puts the fire out. This lasts for ten seconds before the fire i put out. The tripod fire extinguishers eventually stop. A moment of silence ensues.

BILLY
“Is the fire out?”

DOCTOR
(gradually) “Yes, Billy! The fire is out!”

NYSSA
“Thank goodness!”

BILLY
“What about Cuddles? And the Knitted Character?”

DOCTOR
(gradually) “I don’t know, Billy. I just don’t know.”

KNITTER
(sobs; upset) “Oh it’s all over! All hope is lost! This is your fault, Nyssa and Billy! If only you hadn’t held me back, I could have done something!”

NYSSA
(realises) “No wait! Look!”

They look to see, as the Knitted Character carries Cuddles out from the crack in the TARDIS wall. Nyssa and Billy breathe a sigh of relief once they see this.

BILLY
“It’s the Knitted Character! And he’s got Cuddles!”

NYSSA
“Thank goodness!”

The Knitted Character brings Cuddles to Nyssa and Billy.

KNITTED CHARACTER
(squeaks) “There you are! I brought him for you, Nyssa and Billy!”

BILLY
(amazed) “And no burns!” (to Knitted Character) “Thank you, Knitted Character!”

NYSSA
(to Knitted Character) “Yes thank you, Knitted Character! You’ve made my boyfriend and me happy!”

KNITTED CHARACTER
“That’s okay. Glad to be of service.”

KNITTER
(thrilled) “He’s alive! Both Cuddles and Knitted Character! As Billy said, “No burns!” How amazing!”

Nyssa and Billy pick up Cuddles from the floor and cuddle him together. Meanwhile, the Doctor makes his way back back to the TARDIS console to set about his original task.

DOCTOR
“Right! Now the fire’s out, I can seal the TARDIS walls properly with the use of the console instruments. Like so.”

The Doctor presses a button on the TARDIS console as cracked wall in the console room re-seals itself and returns back to normal. The Doctor, Nyssa, Billy and Knitter are relieved.

KNITTER
(relieved) “You’ve sealed the wall! Thank goodness! There’s no ‘hole in the wall’ anymore! Congratulations, Doctor! You work wonders with your TARDIS!”

DOCTOR
“And on that note Mr. Knitter, I think it’s about time you leave us! Time for you to head back where you came from.”

KNITTER
(groans) “Oh! So you’ve found me out after all hey, Doctor?”

DOCTOR
“Yes, Knitter. I’m afraid so.”

KNITTER
(groans) “Oh!” (Pause) “Oh very well then. But after one last request please!”

DOCTOR
(sighs) “And what’s that?”

KNITTER
(to Doctor) “Well on my show, we always end with a sing-song with special celebrities. And since you three are celebrities, it would be fitting if you sang a song for us to end the show on a high.” (to Nyssa; Billy) “What do you say, Nyssa; Billy? Are you up for it?”

BILLY
“Yeah, I’m okay with that. We can sing a song from one of my favourite films! Perhaps with Frank Sinatra or Bing Crobsy!” (to Nyssa) “What do you say, Nyssa?”

NYSSA
“Of course! What song shall we sing?”

DOCTOR
(protests; disapprovingly) “Absolutely not! It’s time you went back home, Knitter! Right now!”

KNITTER
(annoyed; to Doctor) “Oh you’re no fun at all, Doctor.” (to audience) “Well, that’s all from us, folks! See you next week!”

DOCTOR
(interjects) “And now I’m going to send you back by reversing the polarity of the neutron flow!”

KNITTER
(cries; protests) “No wait! You can’t! That’s not fair…”

But Knitter’s words get drowned out as he’s teleported out of the TARDIS console room by the Doctor, who uses the console instruments. The Knitted Character is about to be teleported out of the TARDIS console room too.

KNITTED CHARACTER
“Goodbye, Nyssa! Goodbye Billy!”

NYSSA
“Goodbye, Knitted Character!”

BILLY
“Nice to see you, Knitted Character!”

With that, the Knitted Character gets teleported out of the TARDIS console room by the Doctor too. Once Knitter and the Knitted Character have gone, the TARDIS trio breath sighs of relief.

NYSSA
“Well thank goodness for that.”

BILLY
“I thought he’d never leave.”

DOCTOR
“I must say, that has to be one of the maddest experiences of my life. I mean, Twenty Fourth TV Centre?! Come on! I know my television history! He was obviously a fraud! And a meddler!”

BILLY
“Oh I don’t know. I found him rather clever.”

DOCTOR
“Ah! But not clever to bring your cuddly toy dog Cuddles to life, Billy! That Knitted Character puppet of his was probably special effects too.”

Cuddles then barks out loud for real.

CUDDLES
“Woof; woof!”

A moment of silence ensues whilst Cuddles pants happily away.

NYSSA
(shocked; disbelievingly) “That bark you did for Cuddles sounded convincing, Billy.”

BILLY
(flabbergasted) “It wasn’t me, Nyssa. I didn’t open my mouth.”

NYSSA
(disturbed) “Doctor?”

DOCTOR
(astonished) “It can’t be. It simply can’t be.”

The Doctor, Nyssa and Billy remain astonished by Cuddles’ sudden real-life bark in the TARDIS. Cuddles continues to pant happily.

CUDDLES
“Woof; woof!”


Sting music. Roll original 1982 Peter Davison end credits.


© Tim Bradley, 2018

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4 thoughts on “‘Time Burp’, Part Two

  1. Media Lover

    Hello Tim.

    This story was incredibly intriguing. The concept really gave it quite a cool feel. It was certainly a relief when the Knitted Character rescued Cuddles and then Cuddles ended up barking as if alive.

    I have been doing an ok job with my fan stories. I recently attempted to get ‘The Luncheon Planet’ submitted to a DW fanzine called ‘The Celestial Toyroom’. Unfortunately, they rejected although they has good reasons e.g. they believed the story was another case of “Tardis team help meek aliens to fight’, they found the cutlery folk that I created for the story to be out of place, the flashback they said was just dumped in the middle of the story, and a rule states that people should not submit a story that has already been published elsewhere. In future, I shall submit a story for the fanzine that I have written on word rather than on Whofic.com.

    I am nearly done with ‘The Pebbles of Hockburg’ after which I will focus on ‘Four time-travellers and a Baby”. I will also try and think of some character traits for Michael (my original companion). Please share your thoughts on my stories so far and take care.

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    1. Tim Bradley Post author

      Hi ML.

      Gosh, it’s been a while since I wrote and uploaded this story. Glad you enjoyed ‘Time Burp’. I’m pleased you enjoyed it when the Knitted Character rescued Cuddles and Cuddles barked at the end. Cuddles’ barking at the end was a sort-of in-joke and a prelude to what would happen in the next story ‘Cuddles’. 😀

      Thanks for letting me know about your stories. I’m still trying to get my new one ‘The Coins of Deno’ uploaded to my blog. Sorry one of your stories was rejected recently. Sarah Sutton told me once that I mustn’t give up on my writing, so don’t give up on your writing either. I’m pleased you’re nearly done with ‘The Pebbles of Hockburg’ and are about to carry on with ‘Four time-travellers and a Baby’. Hopefully I’ll find some time to check out your stories soon.

      Many thanks,

      Tim. 🙂

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      1. Media Lover

        Thanks for the encouragement Tim. I just need to see where I went wrong previously and make sure that those mistakes don’t make it into my future stories. Maybe someday I will become a writer for Doctor Who, whether that’s the tv series, Big Finish or novels.

        P.S. has Sarah read any of your stories?

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      2. Tim Bradley Post author

        Hi ML

        I don’t know if Sarah has read any of my stories. She has signed the covers for ‘The Railway of Time’, ‘The Space Hotel’, ‘Doom of the Daleks’, ‘The Austen Code’ and ‘Dawn of the Dwaxi’ and I did give her ‘Psychic Image’ the last time I saw her in Glasgow 2019.

        Tim. 🙂

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