Welcome to DR Productions

DR Productions has been created by Dallas Jones and Roger Reynolds so that fans of Doctor Who, its spin-offs and other similar Sci Fi / SF / Speculative fiction genres, have a place to publish their own works, view other people’s efforts and make contact with like-minded enthusiasts. Please browse our Website to find out more about us and our mission.

Some brief notes on navigating our website can be found here.


We are happy to announce the second offering in our
“The Darran Jordan Adventures’ range


Written by Dallas Jones and Roger Reynolds

This is the first of three parts of “Rainbow Serpent”
A Doctor Who adventure set in Australia.

It is available in a number of different file formats and on various platforms.

Please follow this link to the website page to find out the full details.




We have been fairly quiet since just before Xmas and apologise for ‘going underground’. The first part of Rainbow Serpent audio has taken longer than expected to compete as we wanted to make sure it was as perfect as we could make it.

The next audio in “The Darran Jordan Adventures” which we plan to release, will be the second and final part of The Nexus.

Dallas specifically wishes to sincerely apologise for the delay in Trap Street. A Trap Street special was announced as coming soon a number of months ago. It is nearly competed and should be out (fingers-crossed) in April.

The next regular issue, Number 6, which had been put on the back-burner by Dallas will go into pre-production in the next few weeks and hopefully will be out in June.

You can contact us at:


Thanks for your continued support


Dallas & Roger


We are happy to announce the third offering in our “Listen” range

The Blue Tree

Written by Darran Jordan

Read by Darran Jordan

This short story was originally published in the Doctor Who Club of Australia’s magazine Data Extract issue 227 released in Autumn 2015

To find out more about The Blue Tree and how listen to and / or download it, you can navigate on our website, go to “Our Offerings” then, under “Audio” to the “The Blue Tree” page or click on this   link   to go straight there.


DR Productions would like to announce

Homage to Delia Derbyshire

(Serendipity strikes again!)

A musical piece by Roger Reynolds

I have always thought that Delia Derbyshire never received the recognition due to her for that amazing Doctor Who Theme. And so I decided to concoct a musical piece, as an “Homage” to her, something embodying that enigmatic theme but using today’s digital technology.

I had been working on the “Homage to Delia Derbyshire” for quite a while, without knowing that 23rd November was “Delia Derbyshire Day.”

That the final version of my Homage was ready, i.e. completed slightly ahead of time, and just happened to coincide with this specific date is, well, absolute serendipity.

As are my compositional preferences, the piece is, at times, multi-layered using concurrent fragments of the theme played against each other using different instrumentation.

It’s best heard (I think) turned up loud with the sound just washing over you.

It’s kinda ethereal – well I think so.

As always – we’d love your feedback at: editors@drpoductionsaus.org

I hope you like it.

Roger Reynolds

There are two versions that you can listen to:

  • Speakers” version
  • Headphones” version

How to Access:

You can listen to either version right here on our website



Both versions also accessible to stream and download on the popular Podbean platform.

Follow the   link   to listen / download

Plus, it is also available to listen to on YouTube, but only the “Speakers” version, with an accompanying video.

Follow the   link   to listen / view

  • Music by Roger Reynolds
  • Audio production by Roger Reynolds
  • Produced by Roger Reynolds

As always – we’d love your feedback at: editors@drpoductionsaus.org



DR Publications would like to announce
Trap Street Number Five

“Five is Alive”


In this edition of Trap Street we have two major articles.

One on antimatter in Doctor Who and the other on the Moon and Who, plus we look at the supernatural in Who.

Our fiction piece ‘Reality Check’ asks “Just what is reality?” This issue sees the introduction of our letters page called “Kerblam It” so if you have any comments about the issue, or any other related topics, please send them in. We also have Astral Map, our regular reviews section, Whoword, our cryptic crossword and much more.

As with all issues of Trap Street this issue is free.

You can see an online version at the issuu website by following this link

If you are interested in obtaining a download of this free on-line Doctor Who e-zine then just email us at: editors@drproductionsaus.org and we will send you the details.

We need your help / contribution

We are, as always, on the look-out for material for our various Projects. Please let us know if you’re able to contribute with (for example):

For Trap Street — We are especially after artwork, so if you are a budding artist please contact us.  We are always on the lookout for Reviews; letters of comment (LOC), Short fiction pieces (up to approx.4000 words) or anything else Who related (let your mind rove free!)

For AudioDoctor Who Audio scripts (including our ‘Darran Jordan as the Doctor’ range) or other sci-fi related audio scripts; and fiction (Doctor Who or sci-fi related) that you have already written that we can turn into an audio for our “Listen” range.

You can contact us at:


Thanks for your continued support


Dallas & Roger