A Biography of the Doctor
The Second Doctor
"Oh, I used my own special technique."
"Oh really Doctor, and may we know what that is?"
"Keeping my eyes open and my mouth shut."
- The Doctor and Eric Klieg in Tomb of the Cybermen
The Tomb of the Cybermen
The TARDIS arrives on the planet Telos. The crew encounters an expedition which is trying to break into the legendary CyberTombs. The Doctor decides to help them and slips them the clues they need to investigate the tombs further. Two members of the expedition secretly plan to awaken the Cybermen, and learn their secrets. The Cybermen, however, attack the party. With the Doctor's help most of the party escapes and the tombs are resealed.
The TARDIS visits the 22nd Century. Victoria acquires a credit chip from the NovaLon Hypercities.
Notes: Several weeks before Heart of TARDIS page 165.
The Doctor, Jamie, and Victoria, remove the influence of a malicious orb on a planet whose name begins with Ma. The people of this planet talk warlike, but are not actually.
Notes: This is the adventure which Victoria is writing up in her journal at the start of Heart of TARDIS.
Heart of TARDIS
The Doctor attempts to override the systems that the Time Lords use to prevent a stolen TARDIS going where it's programmed to go. In order to do this he has to override the safeguards that prevent it doing things like materialising in the middle of a star. He attempts to travel to London,  - but something goes wrong. He arrives in what appears to be a small American town but then he and his companions are unable to get back into the TARDIS.
They are arrested by the police for a murder, but the Doctor manages to persuade the Police Chief of their innocence. He then demonstrates to his companions that it is impossible to leave the town before beginning to investigate some strange murders in the town. The Doctor thinks they are caused by some bodiless entity. They are captured by the entity but escape - discovering that the entity is somehow connected to a Gallifreyan Woprat from an ancient pre-TARDIS time machine. Realising that there is a problem with this reality the crew go back into the TARDIS (they are able to get in because his fourth incarnation has travelled back to open the door). The TARDIS sensors give the Doctor more information about what's going on and, in less than15 minutes, he comes up with a solution to save the people in the town from the collapse of their reality.
Notes: The back cover blurb places the Second Doctor passages between Tomb of the Cybermen and The Abominable Snowmen. Victoria has been in the TARDIS for a few weeks, as that's how long ago she visited the 22nd Century (p. 165).
(Short Trips: The Centenarian)
The TARDIS arrives in New York and the Doctor spends a few days investigating the New York Supplementary Education Institute – people taking its classes have been disappearing. He teams up with retired spy Edward Grainger to discover that it is a front for aliens called the Virtors to abduct people. The Doctor travels to their planet, frees the slaves, and closes the portal.
Notes: Jamie is unable to write, and Victoria decides to teach him (p. 226) - placing this before The Ice Warriors, where he's able to read the word "scavengers".
The Farmer's Story
(Short Trips: Repercussions)
The TARDIS lands in East Ridge, Texas during the Texas oil boom. The Doctor helps a local farmer persuade the townsfolk not to sell up to the oilmen.
Notes: There are no references to other stories. The Doctor comments that it's rare they get the chance to relax without worries (p. 162). Victoria's jacket looks old-fashioned (p. 158), so it's probably early in her travels.
The Last Emperor
(Short Trips: 2040)
The Doctor, Jamie, and Victoria get fish and chips from an automated takeaway. They eat it with naturalist Stuart Mallory, who tells them about the likely extinction of the emperor penguin.
Notes: Jamie has never heard of vinegar and neither he or Victoria have had fish and chips before (p.212). Victoria is dressed as if she's from a hundred years earlier (p. 211).
The Abominable Snowmen
The TARDIS arrives in Tibet and the Doctor realises that he is near the Det Sen monastery. He returns the holy ghanta he was given in 1630. He is accused of murdering John, the companion of Professor Edward Travers, and thrown to the Yeti. Jamie and Victoria investigate some footprints and discover that they had been made by Yeti. Travers meets Jamie and Victoria and is very interested in their discovery of the Yeti. The three arrive just in time to save the Doctor from Yeti attack. The Doctor then discovers that the Yeti are robots controlled by circular spheres. Eventually he discovers that Padmasambhava, who was at Det Sen in 1630, is still alive and controlled by the Great Intelligence. The Doctor enters a mental battle with the Intelligence, whilst Jamie and the monk Thomni destroy its links to Earth.
Notes: Jamie and Victoria are wearing the same clothes as in The Tomb of the Cybermen, although other stories show that it doesn't follow on immediately.
The Ice Warriors
The TARDIS materialises near a dome on Earth in the future (probably around 3000). Investigating, they find themselves in a converted Georgian mansion housing an Ioniser. The Ioniser is designed to prevent the advance of glaciers over Britain. The crew of the base have recently discovered Varga, a Martian Ice Warrior, frozen in a glacier since the first ice age. Varga finds the rest of his crew and releases them from the ice. The Ice Warriors attempt to take over the base but are defeated when the thermostat is turned up. They are able to repair their spacecraft and head for Mars. However, their ship is destroyed by the Ioniser.
Notes: Follows on directly from The Abominable Snowmen. Jamie believes they’ve landed further up the same mountain and the Doctor says they’ve been on retreat in Tibet. Everyone is still wearing the same clothes.
Dreams of Empire
The TARDIS lands on an asteroid fortress in the Haddron Empire. The fortress is the prison for General Kesar, who had sole rule of the Empire, but lost the resultant civil war. Kesar had been injured by a bomb blast shortly before his imprisonment and had to wear a mask and have his voice filtered. The asteroid is being visited by the leader of the victorious faction, General Milton Trayx - the greatest military strategist of the Republic. The fortress soon finds itself under attack from a battle cruiser crewed by powerful, and probably unbeatable, robots. They, together with someone from Kesar's retinue, aim to release Kesar and restart the war. However, Kesar had actually been killed by the bomb that disfigured him and the prisoner is a replacement whose purpose is to avoid Kesar becoming a martyr. Eventually Kesar's identity is revealed and a separate robot , programmed to assassinate Kesar and his allies, kills the man commanding the robots. The Doctor suggests restructuring the Empire as a Commonwealth.
Notes: Placed by back cover blurb. The Doctor's "new" sonic screwdriver appears (p. 49). The Doctor's claim that they've been "Frozen out" recently (p. 63-64) suggests that this is immediately after The Ice Warriors.
The TARDIS lands on the planet Jenggel, where a guerrilla group called the OPG are attcking tourists. The Doctor discovers that atrocities on both sides of the conflict are being stoked by the effect of eating a fungus that gives or heightens telepathic abilities. He reveals this knowledge, hoping that it will ease the conflict.
Notes: The beach makes “a welcome change” and Victoria's clearly started wearing knee-length skirts (p. 11), suggesting it's between The Ice Warriors and The Enemy of the World. Jamie's never seen exotic brown-skinned women before (p. 18), so it's probably before his visit to modern Hollywood in [bfstFace-Painter[/bfst].
Saint Nicholas's Bones
(Short Trips: The History of Christmas)
The TARDIS lands in Myra. Whilst Jamie sleeps, the Doctor and Victoria intervene in the historical theft of the bones of Saint Nicholas, switching the actual stolen bones with plastic ones from a school science lab. The Doctor intends to bury the real ones at the north pole.
Notes: There are no references to other stories, but Victoria knows Jamie well enough to think that he will defend her honour (p. 213-214). I suggest this is part of the chronological sequence of adventures mentioned in Timewyrm: Apocalypse.
On a Pedestal
(Short Trips: The Quality of Leadership)
Jamie and Victoria have an argument about whether William Wallace was a hero or a villain, so the TARDIS decides to take them to meet him.
Notes: Victoria can't remember a time with the Doctor that has been this quiet (p. 209) That the TARDIS chooses this destination deliberately is speculation (based on The Doctor's Wife) and the fact that it's insanely unlikely that it's just a coincidence. This could be part of the chronological sequence of adventures mentioned in Timewyrm: Apocalypse.
The Cutty Wren
(Short Trips: The Ghosts of Christmas)
The Doctor attends a morris dance in the village of Middleton. The villagers' tradition revolves around a small black sphere which appears to be a sentient alien lifeform. The Doctor and an electrical engineer who was investigating it discover this and give it an infusion of electrical energy, allowing it to fly away.
Notes: Jamie and Victoria seem to have been travelling with the Doctor for a while, though Victoria is still wearing Victorian fashions. I suggest that this is part of the chronological sequence of stories mentioned in Timewyrm: Apocalypse.
(Short Trps: A Universe of Terrors)
The Doctor, Jamie, and Victoria are captured and have their faces removed while they sleep, though they can still see, hear, breathe, and eat. Every week they are taken to get their faces tattooed – an effect that wears off in time for the following week.
Notes: There's no indication when this is, or how and when they get their faces back. This could be part of the chronological sequence of stories mentioned in Timewyrm: Apocalypse.
Victoria expresses a desire to see how her ancestors lived in the 16th Century. Jamie wants to see some excitement and spectacle. The Doctor, therefore, sets the TARDIS to travel to both Will Shakespeare's house and the Pan-Galactic Games on Alpha Centurai. However, the TARDIS lands in Australia during the early 21st Century.
Notes: The last four or five times the TARDIS has landed have been on Earth, each time moving forward in its future (p. 107). Since the Doctor makes this observation this just means they are in chronological order. It's heavily implied that this is immediately before The Enemy of the World.
The Enemy of the World
The TARDIS lands in Australia during the early 21st Century. The Doctor and his companions are attacked because the Doctor is the double of Ramon Salamander, who plans to take over the planet. He has persuaded a group of people in a bunker that nuclear war has left the surface world dangerous and that they must destroy two warring factions on the surface by creating natural disasters. The Doctor infiltrates Salamander's base by pretending to be Salamander. He defeats Salamander's plan but Salamander enters the TARDIS by pretending to be the Doctor. When the real Doctor arrives he sets the TARDIS in flight with the doors still open. Salamander is sucked out into the vortex whilst the Doctor, Jamie, and Victoria manage to hold onto something
Notes: The first scene of the story follows on immediately from the flashback in Timewyrm:Apocalypse (p. 106-107). Whilst the Doctor says he's been "on ice, shall we say" as an excuse for his ignorance of the period, this doesn't necessarily mean that the story follows on from The Ice Warriors.
The Web of Fear
Jamie manages to shut the TARDIS doors and it materialises in the middle of space. It is quickly covered by a strange web-like substance but the Doctor manages to free it. The TARDIS then lands in Covent Garden tube station on 20th century Earth. Jamie and Victoria discover some soldiers who are planning to blow up the tube line, accompanied by Professor Travers and his daughter Anne. The Doctor observes Yeti preventing the explosion and meets the soldiers' commander, Colonel Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart. The Doctor modifies one Yeti control sphere so that it obeys his or Anne's voice commands. He also creates a device that will block the other Yetis' control signal. The Intelligence takes over Travers and uses him to force the Doctor to submit to having his knowledge and memories drained. Travers is then released. Before this can happen Jamie causes a distraction and the Doctor immobilises the Yeti and tampers with the mind-draining device. The Doctor is forced to submit to the process which he has subverted to drain the mind of the Intelligence. However, he is "rescued" before the process is complete. He and his companions then depart.
Notes: Follows on directly from the end of The Enemy of the World.
The Doctor clears away the last of the web from the TARDIS doors, and apologises to Victoria because of how she was possessed by the Intelligence during The Abominable Snowmen. He the realises that, although he's shut the door on the Great Intelligence, he hasn't plugged the keyhole.
Notes: It's at most a couple of hours after The Web of Fear, before the TARDIS departs.
(Short Trips: Farewells)
Victoria can't sleep, and since the TARDIS is still in London she decides to go visit her parents' graves. She discovers that the Daleks have left an automaton in the form of her father to kill her if she ever returned. The automaton has been damaged by 100 years of weather, and the Doctor destroys it with the sonic screwdriver.
Notes: The TARDIS still hasn't left London following The Web of Fear (p, 16), making it immediately after the prologue to Downtme.
The Astronomer's Apprentice
(Short Trips: The Muses)
The TARDIS lands on Traken. The crew spend some time holidaying and meet another visitor woman who can create living illusions. Her actions cause problems on Traken and both sets of visitors are asked to leave. During these events, the Keeper of Traken gives Victoria a portion of the Source of Traken, although she does not realise it;
Notes: Victoria has seen quite a lot of worlds with the Doctor (p.147).
(Short Trips: Monsters)
The Doctor and Jamie leave Victoria to stay with a family whilst they deal with some dangerous robots. Whilst they are gone the village is infected with the Black Death. When they return, they encounter a banshee.
Notes: Victoria recalls The Web of Fear (p. 165) and decides she wants to give up her travels with the Doctor at the end of the story (p. 175), so its probably just before Twilight of the Gods, which is part of a run of three immediately consecutive stories leading into her departure.
Twilight of the Gods (MA)
The TARDIS arrives on Vortis, which has entered the Rhumon system since the Doctor's last visit. The two warring factions in the system have each sent a warship to claim Vortis, but both ships crashed. The two sides have enslaved native Menoptra and reached a stalemate. The Doctor discovers that grey creatures have been stealing the buried corpses from both sides. It is eventually revealed that the Animus has duped prominent people from both sides to mine isocryte and take both camps to where it was based. The isocryte allows the Animus to spread faster than before.
The Rhumon factions and the Menoptra unite against the Animus. The Doctor removes the TARDIS's temporal controls and attempts to transport a warhead to the Animus's centre. He instead arrives at the centre of Vortis, where he encounters energy beings which created Vortis. He persuades the elders of this race to attack the Animus, but they are defeated. Following this he uses their equipment to project giant versions of Jamie and Khrestos, one of the Menoptra, onto Vortis where they destroy the Animus. Vortis becomes a permanent addition to the Rhumon system and the Doctor begins a peace process between the Rhumon and the Menoptra.
Notes: This is the first time the Doctor has returned to Vortis since The Web Planet (p. 209).
The Dark Path
The TARDIS is caught by temporal distortions and arrives on the planet Darkheart in the 34th Century. Darkheart was an outpost of Earth's Empire, which had just been discovered by the emerging Galactic Federation. The Federation has sent envoys to facilitate Darkheart's integration into the Federation. The Doctor and his companions are taken to Darkheart's capital city, assumed to be part of the delegation.
Meanwhile Koschei, accompanied by a human companion called Ailla, arrives on the Federation's ship. The two Time Lords meet each other and discover that Darkheart was created by ancient aliens. It contains equipment that is capable of altering morphogenic fields. It has been used on the federation ship and destroyed some alien species whilst changing others into humans. The two Time Lords cannot agree how to destroy Darkheart. When Koschei sees Ailla gunned down he helps the imperials to destroy Terileptus.
While tensions escalate the Doctor discovers that Ailla is a Time Lady keeping tabs on Koschei for the CIA. She has regenerated. When Koschei discovers this he decides to take over the Darkheart and become ruler of the universe. The Doctor manages to change Koschei's destination, damaging the machinery, and trapping Koschei in a black hole. The Doctor then evades capture by Ailla, escaping in his TARDIS.
Notes: The story starts just after the TARDIS has left Vortis in Twilight of the Gods (p, 11). Victoria feels that she needs a home and that she doesn't really belong with the Doctor and Jamie any more (p. 294), so she'll leave when they next visit Earth. The story ends with the TARDIS landing in the sea (p. 295), leading directly into Fury from the Deep.
Fury from the Deep
The TARDIS arrives on the North Sea coast in the 20th Century. The Doctor and his companions are taken to a nearby gas refinery where they discover that intelligent seaweed has been found in the pipes. In a short time the seaweed has covered the North Sea oil rigs, cutting off contact. The Doctor then discovers that the seaweed is sensitive to sound and that Victoria's scream is the perfect frequency to kill it. He then arranges for its destruction. Victoria, however, has decided that she wants to stay behind with the Harris family as she wants a more settled life.
Notes: Follows on from The Dark Path
The TARDIS arrives on the equator of Medeb II in a room full of electrical equipment. They decide to try coming back in six hours, and Jamie takes a piece of equipment as a reminder for the Doctor.
Notes: Jamie can read, so it's after The Lost. The Doctor can't control the TARDIS, so it's not Season 6b. There's no mention of Victoria or Zoe. Whilst The Wheel in Space opens with the closing moments of Fury from the Deep, there's a fade to black, and enough time passes that Jamie becomes tired. This half hour in an extremely hot environment fits nicely in that gap.
The Wheel in Space
The Doctor is still trying to console Jamie about Victoria's departure when the TARDIS lands. They are forced to leave the TARDIS by a back entrance when the mercury fluid links overheat. The Doctor takes the Time Vector Generator with him, shrinking the internal dimensions to those of the outer shell. The Doctor and Jamie find themselves on a spacecraft bound for a space station in the 21st Century. They arrive on the station as a group of Cybermen begin their plan to capture it. The Doctor helps the crew of the station to defeat the Cybermen. As the Doctor and Jamie prepare to leave they discover that one of the crew of the station, Zoe Heriot, has stowed away on the ship.
Notes: Follows on from Fury from the Depp
The Evil of the Daleks
The Doctor decides to show Zoe what she is letting herself in for. He uses a thought visualiser to show her the story of his last encounter with the Daleks.
Notes: Follows on from The Wheel in Space. It is the only instance in the show of a repeat being in continuity (and may even be the only example of an in-continuity repeat in any show)