A book which brings together celebrities' memories of watching Doctor Who has generated more than 20,000 pounds for a Cambridge-based charity.
Behind The Sofa includes recollections from famous faces including Jonathan Ross, Lynda Bellingham, Al Murray and Martina Cole.
It has been put together by author Steve Berry in aid of Alzheimer's Research UK, in memory of his mum Janet who died with early-onset Alzheimer's in 2009.
It also includes recollections from a host of former stars of the long-running series, including Hugh Bonneville and Tracy-Ann Oberman, with illustrations by artist Ben Morris.
The book has become popular among Doctor Who fans, known as the Whovian community.
Author Steve said:
Dr Marie Janson, director of development at Alzheimer's Research UK, which is based in Great Shelford, said: