The Doctor Who Annual 2023 celebrates 60 years of the greatest show in the universe

The brand-new, and very special, Doctor Who Annual to celebrate the 60th anniversary of everyone’s favourite Time Lord. The traditional children’s hardback 64 page annual is hitting shops on the 1st of September. So fans will have plenty of time to have one ready for a loved one’s Christmas morning. And you can pre-order it now from book retailers nationwide. The special cover marks six decades of the show, featuring portraits of all the Doctors. From William Hartnell to Jodie Whittaker, with Jo Martin and Sir John Hurt; everybody’s favourite Doctor is here for the party.

This year’s journey through time and space will take you through the Doctor Who universe like never before – to the past, present, future. And beyond. Are you ready for the Biggest Adventure of Your Life? Well then . . .

Meet The Doctor.

And Yaz and Dan. And her mortal enemies – Sontarans, Weeping Angels, Daleks (the list is endless, really). Then travel back through time and discover a history full of regenerations, monster-defeating and universe-saving.

With a complete history of the Time Lord, games and activities featuring friends and foes new and old and an exclusive short story from a favourite companion, this annual has it all.

An incredible celebration of 60 years of Doctor Who, from the Timeless Child to the Next Doctor – your journey through time and space starts right here.


Doctor Who Annual 2023 - celebrating the 60th Anniversary (c) BBC Books
Doctor Who Annual 2023 – celebrating the 60th Anniversary (c) BBC Books

You can find links on various options for pre-ordering the annual on its page on the official BBC Books site. The annual has a recommended retail price of £8.99.


Doctor Who Centenary Special - The Doctor (JODIE WHITTAKER) - BBC Studios - Photos - James Pardon
Jodie Whittaker’s final episode as the Doctor arrives later this year as part of the BBC 100 centenary celebrations – (c) BBC Studios – Photo Credit James Pardon

Doctor Who continues this Autumn with Jodie Whittaker’s final episode as the Time Lord, ahead of the 60th Anniversary celebrations next year


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