The British Film Institute’s Special Collections have obtained the archive of former Doctor Who producer John Nathan-Turner
JNT, who passed away in 2002, was producer from 1979 until the axing of the show in 1989. After the show finished he acted as a consultant on a number of Doctor Who related BBC Videos.
According to the bfi website “the bulk of his considerable archive concerns the Doctor and consists mainly of scripts, a small number of production files, ephemera and fanzines. Other aspects of his career are represented by scripts for stage versions of the pantomimes Cinderella and Puss in Boots.”
Materials from special collections can be viewed at the bfi National Library by holders of an annual library pass.