The Discontinuity Guide is a tongue in cheek guide to the continuity of the books and the new series. The format is adapted from a book called The Discontinuity Guide by Paul Cornell, Martin Day, and Keith Topping, which covered the classic TV Series, and was republished in 2005. Audio adventures have their own guide on another site, The DiscContinuity Guide.
These reviews by Whoniverse members are, well, reviews.
The Newbies Guide provides all the information you need to understand any given story, even if you know almost nothing about Doctor Who. It tells you all you need to know about the characters, and all the important facts from other stories, so you don't have to watch, read, or listen to them.
An old project, the novels cast lists tell you what characters appeared in what novels. However, it only contains information on a few novels.
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