On-screen interviews with Doctor Who cast and crew, and behind-the-scenes documentaries about the making of the programme.
The majority of these are the long-running Myth Makers series of interviews by British production company Reeltime Pictures, which began on VHS in 1984, switched to DVD in 2003 and still continues today.
However, there are plenty of other documentaries and interviews that have been released over the years — the latter either being specially-shot interviews, or else recordings of panels from Doctor Who conventions.
|Video documentaries & interviews listed by range:|
|A long-running series of over 50 video interviews with actors, writers, directors and other luminaries of the Doctor Who world.|
|The continuation of the Myth Makers interview series on DVD.|
|A series of themed compilations of the Myth Makers interview video series, each containing half-a-dozen abridged interviews together in one release.|
|A series of half-a-dozen VHS and DVD releases compiling footage from the Doctor Who Appreciation Society's PanoptiCon conventions in the 1980s.|
|A one-off series of 4 VHS releases documenting the PanoptiCon '93 convention, held in London in September 1993.|
|Video documentaries & interviews which don't belong in any of the above ranges.|
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|Video releases of broadcast episodes of Doctor Who, both classic and new series.|
|Video releases of the various broadcast spinoffs of Doctor Who, namely Torchwood, Class, K-9, The Sarah Jane Adventures, and the 1960s Daleks movies starring Peter Cushing.|
|Especially in the 1990s when Doctor Who was off-air, several companies stepped up and produced unofficial straight-to-video dramas, many of which contained characters or monsters from the programme.|
|On-screen interviews with Doctor Who cast and crew, and behind-the-scenes documentaries about the making of the programme.|