James Goss (producer)
Doctor Who 
Online content 
In 2000, Goss was made senior content producer for the BBC and put in charge of the BBC's official Doctor Who website. Originally the site was part of the BBC's Cult TV website. Goss slowly expanded the content to include Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Farscape, The Simpsons, 24 and Doctor Who. He was subsequently voted Number 19 in TV Cream's 2004 poll of Top 50 Media Movers and Shakers.
With the return of Doctor Who in 2005, the Cult site was slowly wound down in order to concentrate solely on the show. Goss moved to BBC Wales to oversee the production of the new show's web site, expanding the contents to include cast and crew interviews, games and spin-off sites based on the broadcast episodes. His aim was to construct a whole world beyond the show that viewers could get further involved in, notably employing graphic designer Lee Binding for front pages and site design, and writer Joseph Lidster for the spin-off sites' fictional content. Sequence, a Cardiff-based design agency, were also responsible for all of the 2006 Doctor Who series games, experiences and many of the associated websites. Goss also produced the video clip "krill-loop" for a tie-in website.
Television, radio and DVD 
Having produced previous Doctor Who web only animations (such as Scream of the Shalka) and Shada, in 2005 Goss produced the animations of two missing episodes of the The Invasion. The animation, developed by Cosgrove Hall, was originally intended as web-only content but was later added to the DVD release and went on to be voted best DVD special feature in the 2006 Doctor Who Magazine awards.
In 2006, Goss developed and produced The Infinite Quest, a Doctor Who animation shown on BBC One and CBBC in 2007. He was also producer of the special features for the DVD release. He has since produced DVD extra features for further 2 Entertain Doctor Who releases, including The Chase, The Keys of Marinus, The Masque of Mandragora, and The Trial Of A Time Lord.
In 2007, he contributed to the Doctor Who short-story collection Short Trips: Snapshots. His first book, Almost Perfect, a tie-in to the Doctor Who spin-off series Torchwood, was released in October 2008 and was followed by more Torchwood novels and Bad Blood, based on the TV series Being Human.
In 2013, BBC Books published Goss's short novel Summer Falls, purportedly written by Doctor Who character Amelia (Pond) Williams.
Goss's stage play Dirk, adapted with fellow student Arvind Ethan David from the Douglas Adams book Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency, has been staged around the world. In 2006 it won "Best Adaptation" in the 28th LA Weekly Theater Awards.
Other work 
Selected bibliography 
- The Lady Serpent Series
- The Race of Scorpions (2012)
- Poison Seed (2013)
- Doctor Who
- Summer Falls (Doctor Who ebook written as Amelia Williams)
- Being Human
- Bad Blood (2010)
- Radio Drama
- Audio dramas
- Doctor Who
- Dark Shadows
- The Doll House (2010)
- The Poisoned Soul (2011)
- The Crimson Pearl (2011 - with Joseph Lidster)
- The House by the Sea (2012)
- Short stories
- "TV CREAM'S TOP 50 MEDIA MOVERS AND SHAKERS 2004". Retrieved January 5, 2011.
- Belam, Martin (August 6, 2004). "The Making of Doctor Who Webcasts - Martin Belam's currybetdotnet blog". Retrieved January 5, 2011.
- "BBC - Doctor Who - Shada - Credits". Retrieved January 5, 2011.
- "The Invasion (DVD)". Retrieved January 5, 2011.
- "Doctor Who Confidential - The New World of Who (TV episode 2006) - IMDb". Retrieved January 5, 2011.
- "The Doctor Who News Page: Dead Air named Best Audiobook - Updated". Retrieved January 5, 2011.
- Morris, Steven Leigh (2007-04-10). "The 28th Annual L.A. Weekly Theater Awards". Retrieved 2012-06-22.
- "The Stage / Reviews / 7 Spies at the Casino". 2007-08-09. Retrieved 2012-06-22.
- "James Goss". guardian.co.uk. Retrieved January 5, 2011.
- "James Goss Posts - AOL TV UK". Retrieved January 5, 2011.