Doctor Who – Short Trips: The Ghosts of Christmas

Edited by: Cavan Scott and Mark Wright

Published by: Big Finish Productions

Released: December 2007

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Christmas. A time for home. For family. For laughter…

Everybody has special memories of Christmas but for others it brings shadows of things that should not have been. Unearthly visitors who open their eyes to new worlds and new experiences. Pantomime coats, robot dogs and a big blue box parked beneath the Christmas tree.

Some think these fleeting guests are apparitions. Some think they are angels. Some think they are demons. But all know that Christmas will never be the same again.

The Doctor and his companions travel to Christmas Past, Christmas Present and those Christmases Yet to Come. They bring festive laughter and Yuletide joy, creeping dread and screaming horror, slipping in and out of time like the ghosts of Christmas…

Christmas. A time for terror. For fear. For Ghosts…

CONTENTS
CHRISTMAS PAST
Faithful friends: part one – Cavan Scott and Mark Wright
But once a year – Colin Harvey
For the man who has everything – Dan Abnett
Tell me you love me – Scott Matthewman
The Cutty Wren – Ann Kelly
Do you dream in colour? – Gary Russell
The nobility of faith – Jonathan Clements
24 Crawford Road – Ian Farrington
The Sommerton fetch – Peter Anghelides

CHRISTMAS PRESENT
Faith friends: part two – Cavan Scott and Mark Wright
Dear Great Uncle Peter – Neil Corry
Do you believe in the Krampus – Xanna Eve Chown
They fell – Scott Handcock
The Christmas Presence – Simon Barnard and Paul Morris
Snowman in Manhattan – John Binns
The crackers – Richard Salter
Jigsaw – Michael Abberton
Dr Cadabra – Trevor Baxendale

CHRISTMAS YET TO COME
Far away in a manger – Iain McLaughlin and Claire Bartlett
All snug in their beds – Scott Alan Woodard
Decorative Purposed – Eddie Robson
The stars our contamination – Steven Saville
Keeping it real – Joseph Lidster
Christmas Every Day? – Mark Magrs
Faithful friends: part three – Cavan Scott and Mark Wright

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