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In About Time, the whole of classic Doctor Who is examined through the lens of the real-world social and political changes as well as ongoing developments in television production that influenced the series in ways big and small over the course of a generation. Armed with these guidebooks, readers will be able to cast their minds back to 1975, 1982 and other years to best appreciate the series content and character. Volume 5 of this series examines Seasons 18 to 21 (1980 to 1984) - the end of Tom Baker’s time with the show, the whole of the Peter Davison era and the introduction of Colin Baker as the Doctor. Among other things, About Time 5 answers such vitally important questions as “Why Are There So Many Doubles in the Universe?" and "Which Stories Have the Best Body-Counts?"