Short Trips: Destination Prague

Short Trips: Destination Prague is a Big Finish original anthology edited by Steven Savile and based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. The collection features stories set in the future of Prague.

Short Trips: Destination Prague
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AuthorSteven Savile
SeriesDoctor Who book:
Big Finish Short Trips
Release number
20
PublisherBig Finish Productions
Publication date
June 2007
ISBN1-84435-253-6
Preceded byShort Trips: Dalek Empire 
Followed byShort Trips: Snapshots 

Outside referencesEdit

The Doctor complains about Herman Melville's novel Moby Dick. In the Doctor Who short story "Sunday Afternoon, AD 848,988", the Seventh Doctor tells his companion Ace that he has tried over a hundred times to read it but could never get past the first ten pages.[1]

StoriesEdit

Title Author Doctor featuring
Midnight in the Café of the Black Madonna Sean Williams 3rd None
Room for Improvement James A. Moore 1st Ian
Life From Lifelessness Keith R.A. DeCandido 1st and 4th Susan, and Romana and K-9
The Long Step Backward Mike W. Barr 1st Vicki and Steven
Strange Attractor Paul Kupperberg 6th Peri
Gold and Black Ooze Robert Hood 6th Peri
The Dogs of War Brian Keene 4th Leela and K-9
Sunday Afternoon, 848,988 AD Paul Crilley 7th Ace
Nanomorphosis Stephen Dedman 4th Sarah and Harry
Spoilsport Paul Finch 3rd Jo
War in a Time of Peace Steve Lockley & Paul Lewis 8th Charley
The End of Now Chris Roberson 4th Romana
Suspension and Disbelief Mary Robinette Kowal 5th None
Leap Second Bev Vincent 5th Peri
Lady of the Snows James Swallow 8th Charley
The Time Eater Lee Battersby 2nd Jamie
Fable Fusion Gary A. Braunbeck & Lucy A. Snyder 7th Ace
Men of the Earth Kevin Killiany 5th Nyssa and Tegan
Across Silent Seas Tim Waggoner 2nd Jamie
The Dragons of Prague Todd McCaffrey 4th Sarah and Harry
Omegamorphosis Stel Pavlou 7th None

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Fraser McAlpine (22 May 2017). "'Doctor Who': 10 Things You May Not Know About 'Extremis'". BBC America. Retrieved 28 May 2017.

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