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Short Trips: The History of Christmas - A Short-Story Anthology

No. 18 of 32 in the Short Trips short story collections series
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By:Simon Guerrier (ed.)
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Released:  November 2005
Publisher:  Big Finish
Format: hardback
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Cover blurb:
Christmas is a time for many things. For family and old acquaintances. For giving, for receiving, for feasts and celebration. For huddling round the warmth of the fire, sheltered from the dark and the cold outside.

And the monsters.

It’s also the busiest time of year for the mysterious Doctor, whether he’s caught-up in the violence of ancient Rome, taking Leonardo da Vinci on a day-trip to the stars, or popping in on the very first Christmas on the moon.

Spend Christmas with the Doctor. If you dare.


  • Home Fires by Jonathan Blum
  • The Feast by Stewart Sheargold
  • Rome by Marcus Flavin
  • Set in Stone by Charles Auchterlonie & John Isles
  • The Thousand Years of Christmas by Simon Bucher-Jones
  • Presence by Peter Anghelides
  • Danse Macabre by Joff Brown
  • The Church of Saint Sebastian by Robert Smith
  • The Prodigal Sun by Matthew Griffiths
  • Faithless by Ben Woodhams
  • Be Good For Goodness’s Sake by Samantha Baker
  • Ode to Joy by Jonathan Clements
  • Nobody’s Gift by Kate Orman
  • The Innocents by Marc Platt
  • Comforts of Home by Pete Kempshall
  • Christmas on the Moon by Simon Guerrier
  • The Anchorite’s Echo by Scott Andrews
  • The Revolutionaries by John S. Drew
  • The Gift by Robert Dick
  • Callahuanca by Richard Salter
  • Not in My Back Yard by Eddie Robson
  • She Won’t Be Home by Joseph Lidster
  • Saint Nicholas’s Bones by Xanna Eve Chown
  • The Long Midwinter by Philip Purser-Hallard
  • The Lampblack Wars by Matthew Sweet

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