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It is worth noting that the original intention of Mawdryn was for Ian Chesterton to return as a teacher.But as William Russell was unavailable, it was ultimately decided that the Brigadier would return.He's a Brigadier by then with a remarkable active service record.' He leant forward slightly.
The first was his debut story, The Web of Fear, when he was still a colonel in the regular British Army.
In that story the Third Doctor attempted to alter Jo Grant's memories as a way of protecting her.
In the Eighth Doctor Adventure novels Interference - Book One and Interference - Book Two, published in 1999, Sarah Jane Smith is uncertain whether her experiences with the Doctor and UNIT take place in the seventies or the eighties. I think it's currently the 1970s, but —" and is interrupted by Sam Jones.
Because it's flatly impossible to have the Brigadier retiring before he's even become the Brigadier, a fundamental discrepancy indisputably exists in televised Doctor Who narratives. While many stories have tried to give specific dates to a serial, very few have offered an overall answer to the problem.
In Marc Platt's novelization of Downtime, Christopher Rice states that there were no "official" records of the Brigadier while discussing UNIT: 'Colonel Alastair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart figures largely in its setting up in the Seventies.
The UNIT dating controversy is a problem of retroactive continuity (retcon) which has attracted considerable interest from fans and professional Doctor Who writers alike.