Constituting the largest reference work on "Doctor Who" ever written, the six-volume "About Time" strives to become the ultimate reference guide to the world's longest-running science fiction program. Written by long-time sci-fi commentator Tat Wood, "About Time" focuses on the continuity of "Doctor Who" (its characters, alien races and the like), but also examines the show as a work of social commentary. In particular, Wood dissects the politics and social issues that shaped the show during its unprecedented 26-year run (from 1963 to 1989), detailing how the issues of the day influenced this series. As part of this grand opus, About Time 6 examines "Doctor Who" Seasons 22 to 26 (1985 to 1989) - the end of the show's classic run, starring Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy - as well as the 1996 TV Movie starring Paul McGann. Among other things, About Time 6 answers such vitally important "Who" questions as "Is Continuity a Pointless Waste of Time?", "What are the Oddest Romances in the Programme's History?" and "Does Paul McGann Count?"