"Details the program from inception through to cancellation. Muir provides the reader with all the requisite cast, credit, and episode details, as well as synopsis and in-depth analysis...very well indexed...detailed bibliography and videography" - Booklist/RBB; "'Doctor Who' fans will be delighted with the book...the interviews are informative" - Classic Images; "[has] everything you would want to know about the show and who appeared in it" - Little Shoppe of Horrors; "definitive...covers almost every element of Doctor Who...provides excellent information on the series...scholarly...a strong bibliography and an outstanding index...the strongest of critical works on the program...a must" - Zepo; "provides an extensive listing of print, Internet, and fan club resources for the show. All fans of the series will find this book necessary reading" - Cult Movies; "most comprehensive" - Interzone; "detailed" - Psychotronic; "provides an extensive listing of print, Internet, and fan club resources for Doctor Who" - Communication Booknotes Quarterly; "spending time with Muir will breathe fresh life into your view of a series you thought you had sussed" - Doctor Who Magazine; "essential...provides critical and historical examinations of the ideas, morals and philosophies contained in the hit television series...for avid Dr. Who fans" - Midwest Book Review."
Amateur filmmaker John Kenneth Muir is also the author of Exploring "Space: 1999" (1997), An Analytical Guide to Television's "Battlestar Galactica" (1999), A History and Critical Analysis of "Blake's 7" (1999) and Wes Craven: The Art of Horror (1998). --This text refers to the Library Binding edition.