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My first edition of AHistory is not only heavily thumbed but filled with post-it notes, with The Discontinuity Guide close behind. The About Time range are fun for arguments and I've got the I, Who guides to the Who novels so that I can remember what happened in which.
I like David J Howe's Doctor by Doctor books but they are too heavily production based for me.
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The Howe-Stammers-Walker stuff is about as good as it's possible to get, I think. I don't think there's another series that's got such a wealth of behind the scenes stuff.
When I was researching an article on the 40th anniversary for the BSFA's magazine Vector I found Doctor Who: The Television Companion very useful for pure information checking and also for some of those things I didn't know I didn't know!
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