Jon Pertwee - Third Doctor

1970 - 1974

Quote from

The Five Doctors


I've reversed the polarity of the neutron flow, so the TARDIS should be free of the force field now.

Third Doctor

Virgin Missing Adventures

From 1994 until 1996 Doctor Who Books (part of Virgin Publishing Ltd) produced a range of full length novels - the Missing Adventures. These adventures were set between television adventures featuring past Doctors and companions, and often filled in some of the gaps in continuity.

The Eye Of The Giant by Christopher Bulis

Published: 1996 Doctor Who Books
Number of Pages: 315
ISBN: 0 426 20469 7

'l MIGHT HAVE KNOWN IT,' THE BRIGADIER SAID TERSELY.'THE DOCTOR AND MISS SHAW HAVE MANAGED TO LOSE

THEMSELVES ON AN ISLAND THAT DOESN'T EXIST.'

1934: Salutua, a legendary lost island in the Pacific. Millionaire Marshal J Grover's expedition arrives to uncover and exploit its secrets. But the task is complicated by a film star's fears and ambitions and a scientist's lethal obsession.

Nearly forty years later: UNIT headquarters, London. The Doctor and Liz Shaw are asked to identify a mysterious artifact and trace its origin. The trail leads them back in time to Salutua and a gigantic discovery. Meanwhile, the Brigadier faces an epidemic of UFO sightings and supernatural occurrences that threaten to bring about global panic. Only the Doctor can help him - but he's trapped on a mythical island four decades in the past.


The Scales Of Injustice by Gary Russell

Published: 1996 Doctor Who Books
Number of Pages: 262
ISBN: 0 426 20477 8

'AND WHAT EXACTLY, DOCTOR SHAW, DO YOU THINK C19 DOES WITH THE DEAD BODIES OF PLASTIC DUMMIES, REPTILE MEN, PRIMORDIAL THROWBACKS AND ALL THEIR HUMAN VICTIMS?'

A little boy goes missing; a policewoman begins drawing cave paintings; and the employees at the mysterious Glasshouse are desperate to keep everyone away - the Doctor suspects it's all down to a group of homo reptilia. His assistant, Liz Shaw, has ideas or her own and has teamed up with a journalist to search for people who don't exist.

While the Brigadier has to cope with UNIT funding, the breakdown of his marriage and Geneva's threats to replace him, the Doctor must find the reptiles alone.

And behind it all lies a conspiracy to exploit UNIT's achievements - a conspiracy reaching deep into the heart of the British Government.


Dancing The Code by Paul Leonard

Published: 1995 Doctor Who Books
Number of Pages: 279
ISBN: 00 426 20041 7

'THE BRIGADIER'S GOING TO SHOOT YOU, JO,' THE DOCTOR SAID GRIMLY, 'AND THEN HE'S GOING TO SHOOT ME. BOTH OF US ARE GOING TO DIE.'

The Doctor builds a machine designed to predict the future. It shows the Brigadier murdering him and Jo in cold blood. Unable to tell where or when this event is destined to occur, the Doctor and Jo decide that they must stay apart.

Jo is sent on a top-secret mission to the war-torn Arab nation of Kebiria. But upon arrival, she is immediately arrested and consigned to a brutal political prison. The Kebirians have something to hide: deep in the North African desert, an alien infestation is growing. And the Doctor and UNIT soon discover that unless stopped, the alien presence will spread to overrun the entire world.


Speed Of Flight by Paul Leonard

Published: 1996 Doctor Who Books
Number of Pages: 244
ISBN: 0 426 20487 5

'THOSE WHO ARE INTELLIGENT, STRONG AND VIRTUOUS ARE PROMOTED. THE STUPID, THE WEAK AND THE UNWORTHY WILL DIE. HOW ELSE IS IT POSSIBLE FOR THE WORLD TO MAKE PROGRESS?'

The TARDIS lands on Nooma, a world in the midst of an industrial revolution. But the Doctor, Jo and Mike Yates quickly discover that there is no limit to the upheaval. The sky is at war with the ground. The continents are on the move, competing for a place under the sun. And somewhere, there is a starship...

Mike finds himself committed to a fight where his only option is to kill or be killed. Jo is caught in a workers' revolt. And the Doctor must find out what is really happening to Nooma before the struggle for survival kills the world and everyone on it.


The Paradise Of Death by Barry Letts

Published: 1994 Doctor Who Books
Number of Pages: 252
ISBN: 0 426 20413 1

'APPARENTLY THE THIGH BONE HAS BEEN BITTEN CLEAN THROUGH - WITH ONE SNAP OF THE TEETH. THERE ISN'T A CREATURE ON EARTH CAPABLE OF DOING THAT!'

After a skirmish with an alien warrior in the Middle Ages, Sarah Jane Smith's life as a journalist on Crodyon seems rather tame. She decides to track down the enigmatic character who took her back in time; with the Doctor, a good story is never far away.

Her intuition pays off. The Doctor and UNIT are called to investigate a grisly murder at Space World, a futuristic new theme park. Tagging along, Sarah and her new colleague Jeremy soon find themselves facing huge crab-like creatures, mind-controlling devices and vicious flesh-eating beetles. And those are just the attractions...


The Ghosts Of N-Space by Barry Letts

Published: 1995 Doctor Who Books
Number of Pages: 264
ISBN: 0 426 20434 4

'WHEN THE BARRIER GIVES WAY THIS PLANET WILL BE FLOODED BY ALL THE EVIL IN N-SPACE, AND, AT THE MOMENT, I HAVE NO IDEA HOW TO STOP IT.'

Sarah Jane Smith, on holiday with her chum Jeremy and a bad case of writer's block, is amazed to find the Brigadier in the same part of Italy. He is there to help a distant relative whose tiny island home has been threatened by American mobster Max Vilmio.

When ghosts that haunt the island's crumbling castle are joined by less benign spectres, the Brigadier summons the Doctor - who discovers that the whole of mankind is threatened by the plans of the ruthless Vilmio and his mysterious, hooded henchmen.