Find out everything the TARDIS knows about the Sontarans in this Index File of our Monster of the Month! September 2016.
The biggest news of the week is the forthcoming BBC release of an animated reconstruction of the 1966 long-missing regeneration epic “The Power of the Daleks”. The master negatives were destroyed in an archive purge in 1974. The episode is introduced by the Second Doctor himself.
The official trailer. The full story is here: http://www.doctorwho.tv/whats-new/article/an-i-mate-the-power-of-the-daleks-celebrates-50th-anniversary-with-animated-reconstruction
The original trailer, from 50 years ago.
This classic Dalek adventure, featuring Patrick Troughton’s debut as the Doctor, will be released later this year on BBC Store, exactly 50 years to the minute after it was first transmitted on BBC One (November 5), and then on DVD.
Cybermen stomp their feet. For the time Doctor dances. And it doesn’t sound bad at all… you can use the song yourself if you want to have some fun.
Something very odd, brilliantly odd: one night, bored YouTuber SimplyAnna decided to play the Doctor Who theme on her otamatone (a musical instrument shaped like a note on a stave, that you blow into). The result is the sort of buzzing fizziness, and you can enjoy it right now.
The reading was uploaded on YouTube in 2 parts.
A very interesting reply of the Zaporozhian Cossacks to Sultan Mehmed IV of the Ottoman Empire by Peter Capaldi.
The Fan Show Special guest Ingrid Oliver discusses playing Osgood and shapeshifting into Beyoncé in the latest Fan Show Zygon Review Show!
With Christel Dee and Luke Spillane.
How about a rewording of Katy Perry‘s “Wide Awake”, a video clip for that song from the perspective of a fan trying to get used to the Doctor’s various regenerations?
First you hate him, then he’s alright, then he’s your favorite and you love him and you want some more of him.
The video performed by GingerTen from Kumoricon 2013’s Tiptoe Through The TARDIS panel, the morning of September 2, 2013, looks like this.
Adding a guitar, you get a different result (another fan-made video).
A fan-made fact file on the First Doctor, putting together all the information we have on his early years in the order in which he had experienced it, from his childhood to his travels in time and space.
Or, in other words, how to make a cake shaped as a TARDIS: to celebrate the release of the Doctor Who Cookbook the team promoting the show had a time-lapse of the Gingerbread TARDIS materialising.
Doctor Who: The Official Cookbook http://po.st/TheOfficialCookbook
Produced by Clarissa Pabi, presented by Joanna Farrow, shot and edited by Adrian Cecil.
The Doctor’s companions were at Boston Comic Con 2016: let’s watch together Amy Pond’s (Karen Gillan) & Clara Oswald’s (Jenna Coleman) panel.
Find out everything the TARDIS knows about the Zygons in this Index File of our Monster of the Month in August 2016!
A talk about the series at IGN: Doctor Who has been on TV since 1963, but it took a break before returning in 2005 in a new form that a lot of people fell in love with.
Youtube user VERITASERUMUK marked his 7th anniversary with a tribute to Davros and the Daleks.
The idea is interesting: they are friends, they are enemies (from time to time), they are both Time Lords. The following video is about the idea of the Master and the Doctor being brothers, to help celebrate The Master for #MonsterMonth of July 2016 with the Doctor Who team.
What do you think?
Steven Moffat‘s son, Louis, put together a video of himself trying to prank Michelle Gomez. It was the third attempt (the first two were unsuccessful) that he tried that day, at London Film and Comic-Con last weekend (July 29-31).
Let’s watch the kid trying again. Will he successful this time?
Let’s find out everything the TARDIS knows about The Master in this Index File of our Monster of the Month in July 2016!
What do you think about Missy / Master? Is she / he returning to series 10 and how?
“Some people stand in the darkness. Afraid to step into the light”. That funny moment when Doctor Who meets Baywatch, a fan-made video that make you thrill.
Doctor Who Magazine Issue 501 was published almost a week ago, Thursday 30 June. It was a Tom Baker Special, with a poster & art cards.
The second image is the cover of the actual magazine, which you’ll find inside the plastic polybag. Tom Baker’s interview in the issue of Doctor Who Magazine was his gift to fans & readers and it was describe as ‘the last interview’, remarking cheerfully “I’ll be dead quite soon.” He is healthy, but he is also 82 years old.
Russell T Davies makes a return trip to the TARDIS for the arts TV series The South Bank Show: the man behind Queer As Folk, Cucumber, Doctor Who, and Torchwood talks to Melvyn Bragg.
They started filming about two weeks ago. The weather was on their side: it started snowing in June!
Matt Lucas returns to Doctor Who show and and gives you a sneak peak of his first day of filming. That happened a week ago.
What if the First Doctor’s tenure was treated to a movie-style trailer? This clip answers that question. It’s a fan-made trailer for the era of the First Doctor, William Hartnell, and the first years of the show.
Music: A New Nightmare – A Nightmare on Elm Street 2010 Remake Trailer Music
Do you know or remember the 1963 opening titles? This is how the next season (10th of New Who) would look like in 1963 style.
“That’s your punishment… You live”. Alone, and frighten.
The man who fought with gods and demons is now alone in the universe, he suffered, he was in pain, he died billion times, and he lives. That’s the punishment…
June 2016 was Davros’s #MonsterMonth – the creator of the Daleks! Talented animator Tom Saunders created the following video based on the exclusive wallpaper from Tom Webster.
Who Is Davros? Let’s find out what TARDIS knows about the creator of the Daleks in the Index Files.
The fan show tried a Davros review: Christel Dee and Luke Spillane talk about him.
The Doctor is good with children, it’s one of his most admirable well-known characteristics, and so when a nervous young six-year-old dressed as the Eleventh Doctor gets a chance to ask Peter Capaldi a question at Dallas Comic-Con, the answer he receives is indistinguishable from the kind of thing the Doctor himself would have said. So, when K asks Peter how to grow up and be part of Doctor Who the answer is inspiring.