The Doctor's Companions
 
Adam Mitchell Captain Jack Harkness Mickey Smith
The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances - Bad Wolf/The Parting of the Ways, Utopia - The Sound of Drums/Last of the Time Lords, The Stolen Earth/Journey's End, The End of Time
Captain Jack Harkness
Captain Jack Harkness
(2005, 2007 - 2008 & 2010)
John Barrowman
 John Barrowman was born in Glasgow, Scotland in March 1967. He moved to the USA, with his family, when he was eight. He first lived in Aurora, Illinois before his family moved to Joliet. He attended Joliet West High School and for a short while he attended the DePaul University.
He returned to the UK for a Shakespeare semester with the United States International University of San Diego, but left to star in the musical production of Anything Goes, with Elaine Page. He later went on to star London West End productions of Miss Saigon, Matador, Rope, and Hair. He also played the Beast in the London Musical of the Disney animated film Beauty and the Beast at the Dominion Theatre in 1991.
His first film appearance was in 1987 as an extra in The Untouchables. In 1993 he presented the children's television show Live & Kicking. Other television appearances include 21 episodes of Central Park West (1995-1996) and 14 episodes of Titans (2000-2001). In 2006, after appearing in 3 stories of Season 27 (New Series 1) of Doctor Who as Captain Jack Harkness, he became the lead role, playing the same character, in the spin-off series Torchwood.
Also during his time on Doctor Who he acted as a judge in the Andrew Lloyd Webber audition shows How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria? (2006), Any Dream Will Do (2007) and I'd Do Anything (2008) as well as hosting the quiz show The Kids Are All Right in 2008.
Since leaving Doctor Who he has appeared in 5 episodes of Desperate Housewives in 2010 as well as appearing and performing in various shows. He was awarded an MBE in the 2014 Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
 The man known to all as Captain Jack Harkness - he has admitted that this is only an alias he assumed prior to his first meeting with The Doctor, although his real name has not yet been revealed - is easily The Doctor’s most unique companion even before he began travelling with The Doctor, although this was mainly due to his sexuality. While all of The Doctor’s previous companions were generally exclusively heterosexual - if any examples of their romantic inclination were presented; some companions, such as Victoria Waterfield or Grant Markham, never gave any clear indication which way they were romantically inclined one way or the other -, Jack Harkness was blatantly bisexual, demonstrating an equal attachment for men and women, whether human or alien, due to his origins as a fifty-first century time agent, a point in history when mankind had spread out so far that old definitions of sexuality had become virtually obsolete.

The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances
The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances
Although we learned some important details about Jack’s past in his first appearance - including his status as a former Time Agent from the fifty-first century (His agency’s connection with the time-travel experiments of the Fourth Doctor’s old foe Magnus Greel were never revealed) -, we have learned further details about his past since then. Born in the Boeshine Peninsula - although we have yet to learn his real name at this time as ‘Jack Harkness’ has been confirmed to be an alias, evidence in flashbacks suggests that ‘Jack’ is his real first name as it was used by his mother -, Jack’s father was killed in an invasion by an unspecified alien race when he was a child, the same race abducting his brother Gray after Jack lost track of Gray during the attack, leaving Jack feeling constantly guilty over his inability to save his brother. Later joining the Time Agency as an adult - becoming a poster boy known as ‘the Face of Boe’ due to his status as the first Agency recruit from that part of the universe -, Jack went on to carry out varying missions. The precise details of his time with the agency are unknown, but it is known that he and a friend were once captured by a ruthless enemy race who tortured Jack’s friend because they recognised that he was the weaker of the two, while another mission resulted in Jack spending five years trapped in a two-week time loop with fellow Time Agent John Hart - during which Hart was apparently the ‘wife’ of the couple -, and it was later implied that he may have had some kind of encounter with the Cybermen ("Cyberwoman").

Jack eventually left the agency after he learned that they had erased two years of his memory for unknown reasons, leaving him increasingly comfortable about what he might have done in those two years. Using a timeship he acquired under unspecified circumstances, Jack became a time-travelling conman, setting up a situation where he pretended to be willing to sell other time travellers a valuable alien artefact that was in reality worthless, fully aware that an event in the future would destroy the artefact after he received some of his money but before anyone learned what it really was while also taking care that nobody would be hurt by the artefact’s presence. Eventually arriving on Earth in 1941, Jack assumed the identity of the recently deceased American officer Captain Jack Harkness, arranging for a Chula medical frigate to crash in a location where he knew it would be destroyed by a bomb in a few days with the intention of claiming that it was really a Chula warship. However, the plan went wrong from the beginning; not only did the Ninth Doctor and Rose Tyler respond to Jack’s signal before anyone else could, but the Chula ship released medical nanites that began to mutate everyone they infected into zombie-like superhumans due to their lack of experience with human physiology. Inspired by The Doctor’s refusal to admit defeat and his resolve to save those infected by the nanites, Jack helped to dispose of the bomb that would have destroyed the Chula ship to give The Doctor time to reprogram the nanites, Rose subsequently inviting Jack to join her and The Doctor in the TARDIS ("The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances").

The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances
The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances
Although his time in the TARDIS was only brief, Jack quickly developed a good relationship with his fellow travellers, The Doctor and Rose trusting him despite his background, Jack helping them deal with such varied problems as tracking down a renegade Slitheen ("Boom Town"). Although his attitude as an incorrigible flirt remained, Jack also demonstrated a strong compassion remaining on twenty-first century Earth for a month to help educate a caveman who’d been trapped in that time on how to make a life for himself while The Doctor and Rose halted the time experiments that had caused his predicament ("Only Human"). Jack was eventually parted from The Doctor and Rose during the Dalek assault on Satellite Five in 200 100, Jack being exterminated while buying The Doctor time to construct a weapon that could defeat the Daleks… only to wake up a few moments later, just in time to witness the TARDIS depart the satellite without him, leaving him the only living being on the satellite ("Bad Wolf/The Parting of the Ways"). Forced to use his vortex manipulator to try and escape back to the Cardiff rift - a rift in time and space that The Doctor could use as fuel for the TARDIS - in the twentieth century to reunite with The Doctor, Jack arrived in 1869 when his manipulator overshot, leaving him confused about what had happened to him and resigned to wait on Earth until he encountered a Doctor who coincided with his timeline to learn what had happened to him.

As Jack later learned - after he woke up after being stabbed in a bar fight on Ellis Island for unspecified reasons -, his resurrection was due to Rose Tyler absorbing the energy of the Time Vortex to try and defeat the Daleks. Unused to the power she was wielding at the time, Rose had attempted to bring Jack back to life, but due to her inexperience she not only restored Jack, but she brought him back forever, transforming him into a ‘fact’ of the timeline, prompting The Doctor to depart without him as his Time Lord senses regard Jack as automatically ‘wrong’. To date, Jack’s immortality has only been shown to be limited regarding how rapidly he comes back from various forms of death, even if nothing used against him so far has managed to kill him permanently; a bullet to the head merely put Jack down for a few seconds, he required at least a few minutes to heal after being shot multiple times or thrown off the roof of a multi-storey office building, it took the better part of a day for his body to restore itself after he was killed when a bomb was planted in his stomach - although the fact that he regrew himself from an arm, a shoulder, and part of his head is unquestionably impressive -, and he remained dead for several days after sacrificing himself to ‘overfeed’ a life-draining demon called Abaddon.

Boom Town
Boom Town
By around 1899, Jack, having spent the last few years simply hanging around Cardiff waiting to meet The Doctor due to his knowledge that the Time Lord would have to refuel at the Cardiff Rift, was forcibly recruited by the ruthless Torchwood, an organisation formed by Queen Victoria to deal with alien incursions and preserve the ‘glory’ of the British Empire. Despite his distaste for their ruthless methods of dealing with aliens - shooting any alien they discovered simply because they were alien rather than waiting to find out if they legitimately posed a threat -, Jack decided to remain with them after he learned from a conversation with a mysterious psychic little girl that it would take a century before he met The Doctor again, hoping that he could do some good during his time with the organisation. During the next century, Jack spent most of his time doing Torchwood’s ‘dirty work’, including being involved in a deal in 1965 where he gave twelve children to an alien race known only as ‘the 456’ (After the frequency they used to communicate) in exchange for a vaccine for a deadly virus. On another occasion, he spent some time in New York tracking agents of the Trickster’s Brigade in 1927, forming a relationship with Italian immigrant Angelo Colasanto, but the relationship fell apart when Angelo’s discovery of Jack’s immortality caused him to denounce Jack as the Devil in a fit of panic, resulting in Jack being repeatedly murdered by the neighbourhood residents and apparently sold to three men before Angelo had a change of heart and released him ("Immortal Sins"). One independent survey mission of an unusual fissure in Peru in 1930 resulted in Jack being abducted by a lost Incan tribe who attempted to sacrifice him as part of an ancient prophecy, but he managed to escape before they could complete the ritual ("Exodus Code"). However, he also formed various good relationships with others during his time in the organisation; he even married fellow Torchwood agent Lucia Moretti in 1975, the two having a daughter who they named Melissa, although the marriage eventually ended with Melissa’s name being changed to Alice Sangester, believed to be the result of her mother’s fear of Jack’s immortality (Which Alice had not inherited).

Bad Wolf/The Parting of the Ways
Bad Wolf/The Parting of the Ways
By the beginning of the twenty-first century, Jack was left in control of Torchwood Three - the Cardiff branch of the organisation that had been established to monitor the Rift - when the organisation’s leader killed himself and his team on New Year’s Eve 1999 after witnessing a horrific vision of the future due to exposure to an alien pendant, believing that they were ill-prepared for the challenges the future would present. Now with superior authority, Jack recruited his own small team to protect Earth his way, rescuing ex-UNIT scientist Toshiko Sato from prison after she was blackmailed into developing a sonic modulator device to sell to Russian terrorists to save her mother - Jack noting that she had successfully completed the device despite the fact that the plans she’d acquired were wrong and couldn’t actually create a working modulator - to serve as his technical expert, later recruiting Doctor Owen Harper as the team medic after his fiancé was killed by an alien parasite in her brain ("Fragments"). Following the destruction of Torchwood One in London during the Dalek/Cyberman war in the Battle of Canary Wharf ("Army of Ghosts/Doomsday"), Jack vowed to rebuild Torchwood in The Doctor’s honour, allowing ex-Torchwood One employee Ianto Jones to join his team only after Ianto helped him capture a pterodactyl that had been trapped in the present ("Fragments").

Although Jack’s attitude towards life at this point was originally based simply on the premise of keeping alien activity secret, following policewoman Gwen Cooper’s discovery of Torchwood’s existence, as well as the subsequent suicide of Jack’s former second-in-command Suzie Costello after she was discovered committing murders to try and perfect her control of an alien gauntlet that could bring people back from the dead for a couple of minutes, he was convinced to start using the technology salvaged from Torchwood to help the innocent beyond simply containing aliens ("Everything Changes"). During this time, despite such problems as the discovery that Ianto had joined Torchwood Three in order to gain access to technology to help his girlfriend Lisa after she was partially converted into a Cyberman ("Cyberwoman"), and Suzie’s temporary resurrection when they discovered a man committing murders due to his previous association with her ("They Keep Killing Suzie"), Jack generally displayed a good bond with his team, although Gwen was the only one aware of his immortality (And she only learned of it due to her witnessing him come back after Suzie shot him), he and Tosh sharing a particular bonding moment when they travelled back in time to 1941 due to a Rift anomaly and encountered the original Captain Jack Harkness before his death ("Captain Jack Harkness").

Utopia
Utopia
Following a dramatic confrontation with the demonic Abaddon - apparently connected to The Beast ("The Impossible Planet/The Satan Pit") in some manner -, Jack was finally reunited with The Doctor, now in his tenth incarnation and travelling with Martha Jones, although they ended up on the planet Malcassaro near the end of the universe due to the TARDIS’s attempts to shake Jack off due to his status as a ‘fact’ ("Utopia"). Although the three were able to help the humans on Malcassaro depart the planet, they were forced into a new, more desperate battle when Martha accidentally ‘awoke’ The Doctor’s old enemy The Master - disguised as the kindly Professor Yana using a Chameleon Arch -, The Master returning to Earth and regenerating into a new, younger body that he used to become elected Prime Minister under the pseudonym Harold Saxon. Although The Master was able to conquer Earth, keeping The Doctor and Jack prisoner for the following year while Martha travelled the world, Martha and The Doctor were eventually able to undo The Master’s reign, Jack deciding to remain with his team at Torchwood as he concluded that he belonged with them ("The Sound of Drums/Last of the Time Lords").

The Stolen Earth/Journey's End
The Stolen Earth/Journey's End
Reunited with his team, Jack resumed his defence of Earth, even beginning a more official relationship with teammate Ianto Jones, while simultaneously facing more personal problems in the form of his former Time Agency partner Captain John Hart ("Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang"), as well as a confrontation with Bilis Manger, Abaddon’s ‘servant’, who revealed that Abaddon had actually been required to defeat an alien intelligence known as the ‘Dark’, although Jack still defended his decision to defeat Abaddon and stop the loss of innocent life while helping Manger stop the Dark in Abaddon’s absence ("The Twilight Streets"). A particularly difficult adventure during this time featured a reunion with Martha Jones that resulted in the death and resurrection of Owen Harper while investigating the medical facility known as the Pharm ("Reset"), resulting in Owen coming back to life in a ‘living dead’ state, capable of independent motion and thought while being physically deceased and unable to heal from injuries such as a broken hand ("Dead Man Walking"). Although the team attempted to cope with Owen’s new state during such problems as a raid on the house of a man who collected alien artefacts ("A Day in the Death") or Gwen being impregnated by an alien flesh-eater on her wedding day ("Something Borrowed"), the return of Captain John Hart changed everything when he revealed that he had discovered Gray, Jack only learning afterwards that Gray’s lifetime as a prisoner of the aliens who captured him had turned him into a complete psychopath. Determined to have revenge for his brother ‘abandoning’ him, Gray forced John Hart to take Jack back to 27 A.D. and bury him in the area that would become Cardiff, subsequently returning to the present and killing Tosh while triggering an overload in a nuclear power plant while Owen was trying to shut it down, the radiation released by the plant apparently causing Owen’s body to dissolve. Fortunately, Jack was discovered by Torchwood in 1900 and frozen in cryogenic stasis to emerge in the present and preserve the timeline, chloroforming Gray in the hope of helping him in the future ("Exit Wounds").

The End of Time
The End of Time
Despite their more limited resources, Jack, Gwen and Ianto continued their work in Cardiff; not only did they play a vital role in thwarting the Daleks’ theft of Earth when The Doctor used the Rift to ‘tow’ Earth back to its proper place in the universe ("The Stolen Earth/Journey's End"), but they also confronted such other threats as the return of the Torchwood Assessor - a woman kept in cryogenic suspension unless Torchwood activities risked endangering innocents on a large scale - ("Risk Assessment") or a race of aliens who fed on temporal paradoxes caused by Jack’s impact on the residents of a house he had lived in during the early 1900s, Jack defeating this threat by using the temporal rifts they were creating to delay the house’s original construction so that he bought a different house, thus causing the aliens to feed on themselves as the reason for their interest in the house ceased to apply and they became the strongest paradox in the area ("The House That Jack Built"). However, the team faced their greatest threat when the 456 returned to Earth, now demanding ten percent of Earth’s children or they would destroy the world, seeking to use the children as drugs by absorbing certain chemicals from their bodies. Despite Jack’s best efforts to stand against the 456 even after the government tried to kill him to conceal their role in the 456’s presence, the subsequent confrontation not only resulted in the death of Ianto Jones when the 456 poisoned the atmosphere of the building he and Jack were in when Jack attempted to force the 456 to stand down, but also resulted in the death of Jack’s grandson, Steven Carter, when Jack was forced to use Steven to transmit a signal on a frequency that would damage the 456. Although his plan saved the children of Earth, Jack departed Earth a few months later after a last meeting with surviving teammate Gwen Cooper, unable to cope with his grief ("Children of Earth"). While absent from Earth, Jack was briefly seen drinking in an alien bar when the on-the-verge-of-regenerating Tenth Doctor left Jack a note pointing him towards a potential partner, Jack giving The Doctor a last salute before The Doctor left ("The End of Time").

Jack eventually returned to Earth following the mysterious ‘Miracle Day’, when every human being on Earth suddenly became incapable of dying - although they could still do everything else, such as getting old, sick, or mortally injured, even if they wouldn’t actually die of their conditions - at the same moment as an e-mail was sent to every intelligence agency on the planet with the word ‘Torchwood’ as its only content. While investigating the e-mail, Jack sustained a wound to his arm that didn’t heal despite his usual enhanced healing, prompting him to speculate that whatever had made humanity unable to die had also rendered him mortal. Reuniting with Gwen and Rhys as their house was attacked, Jack and Gwen were extradited to the United States by CIA agent Rex Matheson to better investigate ‘Miracle Day’ while Rhys remained in the UK with his and Gwen’s daughter Anwen, quickly learning that they were dealing with a conspiracy. While investigating the Miracle, Jack’s new team - consisting of Jack, Gwen, Rex, and Rex’s assistant Esther - discovered evidence that suggested that PhiCorp, a major pharmaceutical company, had been preparing for Miracle Day by stocking up painkillers and other drugs in a dimensionally transcendental warehouse, followed by the discovery that ‘concentration camps’ were being established for patients to cope with the NHS overflow, with patients suffering from essentially ‘fatal’ injuries - such as serious brain damage or comas - being incinerated to stop them draining resources. Shortly after the camps were created, Jack learned that Angelo Colisanto had been involved in the original plans for the Miracle as the three families who had ‘bought’ Jack used his blood and ‘the Blessing’, a rift going through the planet linked to the human race’s morphic field, to ‘disperse’ immortality across the planet by introducing Jack’s blood to the Blessing, causing the morphic field to change the human race in response to the perceived ‘attack’ from Jack’s immortal blood. The Three Families intended to use immortality to force the world’s economy to collapse and rebuild a new society under their control, cutting out anything that they perceived didn’t work, sending the e-mail to draw Jack back to eliminate him before he could introduce his mortal blood to the Blessing and restore mortality to the planet. With Rex having been given a complete transfusion of Jack’s blood to keep their supply safe, he and Jack introduced their blood to the Blessing at each end by allowing Gwen to shoot Jack in the heart while Rex opened a wound he had sustained on Miracle Day, the blood causing the Blessing to reset humanity to its mortal state, restoring Jack’s immortality in the process (Although Rex apparently also became immortal due to Jack’s blood being in his system at the time). Following this, Jack returned to his nomadic lifestyle, but returned to Earth once more when mysterious seismic activity caused various women to suffer mental breakdowns, Jack determining that a Helix Intelligence that dwelt within Earth had become ‘confused’ when it sensed his fifty-first century blood during his near-sacrifice in 1930 and now believed that Earth was ‘scheduled’ to die. Having tracked the disturbances back to Peru, Jack returned to the mountain where he had nearly been sacrificed to complete the ritual - having realised that the sacrifice was actually required to restore balance to the world -, an old woman and a holographic A.I. duplicating Gwen's physiology exactly serving as the other two elements of the ritual (Although Jack then had to spend several days digging himself out of the resulting pit).

Although Jack’s future is uncertain - particularly now that Rex also appears to be immortal, although the extent of this is unclear as we have only seen him revive from being shot and no reference has been made to his ability to age -, a comment he made about his nickname ‘The Face of Boe’, from his time as a poster-boy for the Time Agency after becoming the first person in the Boeshine Peninsula to join them, has prompted speculation that he will become the enigmatic ‘Face of Boe’ by the year five billion, a mysterious giant head who encountered the Ninth and Tenth Doctors in "The End of the World" and "New Earth". If the Face and Jack are the same person, Jack will finally die in "Gridlock" in the equivalent of the year 5 000 000 000 043, after helping the Tenth Doctor save the last of the human race by sacrificing his energy to release the survivors from a contained motorway that he had sealed them in to protect them from a lethal airborne virus, his last words being to inform The Doctor that he was not the last of his kind (Foreshadowing The Doctor’s later encounter with The Master ("Utopia"))

 
 
Torchwood (Something Borrowed)
Torchwood
(Something Borrowed)
Torchwood (Fragments)
Torchwood
(Fragments)
Torchwood (Children of Earth)
Torchwood
(Children of Earth)
Torchwood (Children of Earth)
Torchwood
(Children of Earth)
 
Memorable Moment
The Face of Boe (Gridlock)
The Face of Boe (Gridlock)
Although Jack has had many memorable moments in both Doctor Who and Torchwood - ranging from his original resurrection by Rose Tyler ("Bad Wolf/The Parting of the Ways") to his dramatic, emotional confrontation with his brother Gray ("Exit Wounds") -, his most memorable moment is unquestionably the conclusion of "Children of Earth", when he was forced to sacrifice his own grandson Steven to save the world’s children from the 456 after being forced to accept that he had literally no other choice.

As the Face of Boe - if that truly is his future -, Jack’s most memorable moment was his last; as he lay dying, the Face fulfilled an ancient prophecy that he would share his great secret with one like himself in his last moments, using his final words to inform The Doctor ‘You are not alone’ ("Gridlock"), later revealed to be a reference to The Master ("Utopia").
Television Stories
Format Story Doctor Fellow Companions Season Episodes
Television The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances The 9th Doctor Rose Tyler Season 27 (New Series 1) 2
Television Boom Town The 9th Doctor Rose Tyler and Mickey Smith Season 27 (New Series 1) 1
Television Bad Wolf/The Parting of the Ways The 9th Doctor

Rose Tyler, Jackie Tyler and Mickey Smith

Season 27 (New Series 1) 2
Television Utopia The 10th Doctor Martha Jones Season 29 (New Series 3) 1
Television The Sound of Drums/Last of the Time Lords The 10th Doctor Martha Jones Season 29 (New Series 3) 2
Television The Stolen Earth/Journey's End The 10th Doctor Rose Tyler, Jackie Tyler, Mickey Smith, Sarah Jane Smith, K9, Donna Noble, Martha Jones and Wilfred Mott Season 30 (New Series 4) 2
Television The End of Time The 10th Doctor Rose Tyler, Jackie Tyler, Mickey Smith, Sarah Jane Smith, Donna Noble, Martha Jones and Wilfred Mott Season 31 (New Series 4 Specials) 1
Total Stories:   7 Total Episodes:   11
Other Stories
Format Story Doctor Fellow Companions Season Source
Book The Deviant Strain The 9th Doctor Rose Tyler Season 27 (New Series 1) The Ninth Doctors Stories
Book Only Human The 9th Doctor Rose Tyler Season 27 (New Series 1) The Ninth Doctors Stories
Book The Stealers of Dreams The 9th Doctor Rose Tyler Season 27 (New Series 1) The Ninth Doctors Stories
Television Everything Changes
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  - Torchwood
Television Day One
-
  - Torchwood
Television Ghost Machine
-
  - Torchwood
Television Cyberwoman
-
  - Torchwood
Television Small Worlds
-
  - Torchwood
Television Countrycide
-
  - Torchwood
Television Greeks Bearing Gifts
-
  - Torchwood
Television They Keep Killing Suzie
-
  - Torchwood
Television Random Shoes
-
  - Torchwood
Television Out of Time
-
  - Torchwood
Television Combat
-
  - Torchwood
Television Captain Jack Harkness
-
  - Torchwood
Television End of Days
-
  - Torchwood
Book Another Life
-
  - Torchwood
Book Border Princes
-
  - Torchwood
Book Slow Decay
-
  - Torchwood
Audio Another Life
-
  - Torchwood
Audio Border Princes
-
  - Torchwood
Audio Slow Decay
-
  - Torchwood
Television Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang
-
  - Torchwood
Television Sleeper
-
  - Torchwood
Television To the Last Man
-
  - Torchwood
Audio Hidden
-
  - Torchwood
Audio Everyone Says Hello
-
  - Torchwood
Television Meat
-
  - Torchwood
Television Adam
-
  - Torchwood
Television Reset
-
  - Torchwood
Television Dead Man Walking
-
  - Torchwood
Television A Day in the Death
-
  - Torchwood
Television Something Borrowed
-
  - Torchwood
Book Something in the Water
-
  - Torchwood
Book Trace Memory
-
  - Torchwood
Book The Twilight Streets
-
  - Torchwood
Television From Out of the Rain
-
  - Torchwood
Television Adrift
-
  - Torchwood
Television Fragments
-
  - Torchwood
Television Exit Wounds
-
  - Torchwood
Audio Lost Souls
-
  - Torchwood
Book Pack Animals
-
  - Torchwood
Book SkyPoint
-
  - Torchwood
Book Almost Perfect
-
  - Torchwood
Audio In The Shadows
-
  - Torchwood
Audio The Sin Eaters
-
  - Torchwood
Book Into the Silence
-
  - Torchwood
Book Bay of the Dead
-
  - Torchwood
Book The House that Jack Built
-
  - Torchwood
Audio Asylum
-
  - Torchwood
Audio Golden Age
-
  - Torchwood
Audio The Dead Line
-
  - Torchwood
Television

Children of Earth - Day One

-
  - Torchwood
Television Children of Earth - Day Two
-
  - Torchwood
Television Children of Earth - Day Three
-
  - Torchwood
Television Children of Earth - Day Four
-
  - Torchwood
Television Children of Earth - Day Five
-
  - Torchwood
Book Risk Assessment
-
  - Torchwood
Book The Undertaker's Gift
-
  - Torchwood
Book Consequences
-
  - Torchwood
Total Stories:   60
 
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