As is the case with the other volumes in the "About Time" series, this is essential reading for Doctor Who fans old and new. Wood and Miles impress with their indepth, intelligent, but always humourous analysis of the sci-fi show's early years, examining each story one-by-one. Following the same format as the other editions the critiques and analyses are accompanied by more indepth essays exploring the questions Who fans may always have wanted answered, but never dared to ask.
"About Time" is one of the most enjoyable examinations of behind-the-scenes Who that I have ever read. Highly recommended!