Recommended in Doctor Who Magazine Issue 524 and by the BBC America blog, this is the 2018 update of Babelcolour’s Every Doctor Who Story tribute. The opening monologue in the fan-made video owes a huge debt of thanks to the generous contributions made by an amazing group of voice artists – Jon Culshaw, Jonathon Carley, Elliott Crossley, Stuart Grant, John Guilor, Wink Taylor, Christopher Thomson and Peter Walsh.
The story is not finished yet, a new regeneration started and it’s only the beginning of a new series of adventure. 2017 is the year whe the current Doctor meets the first Doctor, the original one.
53 years and counting. Over 2000 years old and counting. Keep counting!
There have been a number of Doctor Who stories that never made it to the TV screens nor the Internet, here are ten of TARDISArchives‘ favourites.
Disgusting? NO! It’s fun! A lot of fun! The writers of series 9 were asked to write one line of a story each, but they can only read one line before theirs!
How would you continue that story?
Mark Gatiss will be a guest at the upcoming Doctor Who Festival in November 2015. You can go along and hear his stories and all behind his stories you can think or / and imagine about.
This fan-made video created from BBC video clips from both the Classic and New Series of Doctor Who features William Hartnell, Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, John Hurt, Christopher Eccleston, David Tennant, Matt Smith and Peter Capaldi as the Doctor and also various companions and monsters throughout the 50 Years of Who.
Enjoy the first part in fan made animation of the unmade 1993 anniversary Doctor Who story.
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The first installments are not released until 23 July, you can get a look at the excellent cover art by illustrator Alice X Zhang.
David Tennant’s story picks up after the departure of Donna Noble and pairs him with a new companion, New Yorker Gabriella Gonzalez in order to battle an infestation of psychic aliens, while Matt Smith’s features more aliens, a 70’s musician and a woman grieving over the recent death of her mother. Here is a plot rundown of each story, and here is a brief introduction to the new companions each Doctor meets.
Titan have also announced plans for a series of comic books based on Peter Capaldi’s Twelfth Doctor following his debut in series eight of the TV show. Titan’s new Doctor Who titles will be available in digital versions in the UK. You can pre-order now, ahead of their release on 23 July.
This is the eleventh and final Doctor Who story in the series celebrating Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary, and it’s written by the novelist and series writer Neil Gaiman. The bestselling author is know for more than twenty books (including Stardust, Coraline and Neverwhere).
This new story is titled Nothing O’Clock and features Matt Smith’s Eleventh Doctor:
Thousands of years ago, Time Lords built a Prison for the Kin. They made it utterly impregnable and unreachable. As long as Time Lords existed, the Kin would be trapped forever and the universe would be safe. They had planned for everything… everything, that is, other than the Time War and the fall of Gallifrey. Now the Kin are free again and there’s only one Time Lord left in the universe who can stop them!
In this video author Neil Gaiman talks about his latest novel Nothing O’Clock – a Doctor Who eBook.
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The new Children’s Laureate and acclaimed author of Noughts & Crosses and Pig Heart Boy, Malorie Blackman has written the seventh Doctor Who short ebook.
The new Doctor Who story is named The Ripple Effect and it features the Seventh Doctor and Ace as played by Sylvester McCoy and Sophie Aldred, and sees the return of the Daleks – but with a twist…
You can find more information here.
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If you love the ghost stories you will love episode 9, season 7 of new Doctor Who series. It does not have the name Hide for nothing: the Doctor (Matt Smith) and Clara Oswald (Jenna-Louise Coleman) get to Caliburn House where the supernatural investigator Professor Alan Palmer (Dougray Scott) and his “emotional psychic” assistant Emma Grayling (Jessica Raineas) try to gather information about the ghost haunting the mansion. The historical data gathered about the Witch of the Well covered a few centuries when the Doctor and Clara dropped in.
More: besided the 3 human occupants and a Time Lord there were a creature inside the mansion, passing almost unnoticeable from one room to another. It frightened the Doctor and his companion in their trial to know the house and find the ghost.
In this episode everyone has his/her own agenda: the professor Alan Palmer wanted to find out more about the life beyond because of his experiences in the war, when he killed and people died because of him. The Doctor wanted to ask Emma Grayling about his current companion, the mistery girl that died twice and still was beside him. Clara had something against the TARDIS that did not accepted her easily, taunting her any time she could. Emma was in love with the professor and, as any love story, that was blocking her native empathy and she could not feel professor’s feeling toward her.
All these stories are around the ghost in the Caliburn House and the successful trials to contact her. The TARDIS offered the Doctor the possibility to recognize in this ghost another temporal traveler that got stranded into a pocket Universe – a bubble inside our own Universe, but almost apart from it. It was needed a strong medium in order to make a connection between the two Universes and to save the captives from the smaller one.
No, the plural is not a mistake. Because there were 2 prisoners: a beautiful dark time traveler woman named Hila (Kemi-Bo Jacobs) and the partner of the creature I’ve mentioned before. But I am letting you discover yourselves how the situation was solved and how the love stories were continued. I’ve already said to much, so I can mention only one element: there is a surprise I’ve not mentioned.
Written by Neil Cross. Cast: The Doctor (Matt Smith), Clara (Jenna-Louise Coleman), Alec Palmer (Dougray Scott), Emma Grayling (Jessica Raine), Hila (Kemi-Bo Jacobs), The Crooked Man (Aiden Cook).
Do you remember the dry leaf that had appeared in Clara’s book, the one with 101 places to visit? At the end of the previous episode,Â The Bells of Saint John, the Doctor asked why she was keeping a leaf, and the answer that he got was very simple: that was not a leaf, that was the first chapter. When you’ll have the chance to watch (again) The rings of Akhaten remember all these.
Also in the previous episode the Time Lord is decided to find out exactly who Clara Oswald is, and we are finding along him in this episode her short history: her parents met because that dry leaf the wind had taken from a tree on the street into Clara’s dad’s face, they felt in love, got married and had a daughter. She later had a great connection with the mother she lost as a teenager.
Do you love aliens? Clara’s first trip to outer space is full of them, as various and strange as possible, so the interactions with some of the are… not as smooth as she would like. 😀 The inhabitants of the 7 worlds orbiting around the star Akhaten share a common belief: the life in the Universe started on a planet in their own system. So they have built a pyramid shaped temple on that planet, and on every thousand years (or so), when the rings are aligned, they are keeping the Festival of Offerings.
Walking on what seems rather a bazaar Clara meets a girl, Mary, the Queen of Years, that, visible frightened, runs trying to escape from some guys chasing her. Doctor’s companion finds out that the little girl was supposing to sing their stories in front of the world and the Old God. And, as any child, she was afraid not to make mistakes. Clara tries to give her confidence, she succeeds, but she can not stay aside when the girls is taken away to the temple during the show. She and the Doctor try to save her and, eventually, they have to fight against the Old God supposed to be sleeping. The sings and the Queen of Years sacrifice were meant to keep him away, sleeping for another thousand years or so, until a new ring alignment and another Festival of Offerings.
I prefer to let you discover yourselves the way the Doctor and Clara solve this problem, I don’t want to spoil your surprise. But what’s the value of a song, of a story? What makes a story interesting and how much? Do you prefer the adventures that happen during one thousand years life (as the Doctor’s), some of them even extraordinary, or the ones you can create yourselves day by day, second by second? Do you prefer other man’s adventures or yours? When you’ll answers these questions you’ll be ready to watch this episode. 😀
Cast: Matt Smith (The Doctor), Jenna-Louise Coleman (Clara), Emilia Jones (Merry), Michael Dixon (Dave), Nicola Sian (Ellie), Chris Anderson (The Chorister), Aidan Cook (The Mummy), Karl Greenwood (Dor’een).
Director: Farren Blackburn, producer: Denise Paul, writer: Neil Cross. Series Producer: Marcus Wilson.
This video tells you Tenth Doctor’s story, it takes you from regeneration to regeneration and all the episodes where David Tennant was the Doctor.
Song: Ghost Love Score by Nightwish
0:00Â -Â 0:36Â The Christmas Invasion
0:36Â -Â 0:54Â New Earth
0:54Â -Â 1:03Â Tooth and Claw
1:03Â -Â 1:12Â School Reunion
1:12Â -Â 1:36Â The Girl in the Fireplace
1:36Â -Â 1:44Â Rise of the Cybermen
1:44Â -Â 1:55Â The Age of Steel
1:55Â -Â 2:14Â The Idiot’s Lantern
2:14Â -Â 2:20Â The Impossible Planet
2:20Â -Â 2:27Â The Satan Pit
2:27Â -Â 2:31Â Fear Her
2:31Â -Â 2:34Â Army of Ghosts
2:34Â -Â 3:01Â Doomsday
3:01Â -Â 3:21Â The Runaway Bride
3:21Â -Â 3:33Â Smith and Jones
3:33Â -Â 3:39Â The Shakespeare Code
3:39Â -Â 3:49Â Gridlock
3:49Â -Â 3:50Â Daleks in Manhattan
3:50Â -Â 3:59Â Evolution of the Daleks
3:59Â -Â 4:09Â The Lazarus Experiment
4:09Â -Â 4:25Â 42
4:25Â -Â 4:39Â Human Nature
4:39Â -Â 4:47Â The Family of Blood
4:48Â -Â 4:59Â Blink
4:59Â -Â 5:15Â Utopia
5:15Â -Â 5:26Â The Sound of Drums
5:26Â -Â 5:34Â The Last of the Time Lords
5:34Â -Â 5:35Â Time Crash
5:35Â -Â 5:47Â Voyage of the Damned
5:47Â -Â 5:54Â Partners in Crime
5:54Â -Â 6:03Â The Fires of Pompeii
6:03Â -Â 6:09Â Planet of the Ood
6:09Â -Â 6:13Â The Sontaran Stratagem
6:13Â -Â 6:18Â The Poison Sky
6:18Â -Â 6:24Â The Doctor’s Daughter
6:24Â -Â 6:29Â The Unicorn and the Wasp
6:29Â -Â 6:34Â Silence in the Library
6:34Â -Â 6:45Â Forest of the Dead
6:45Â -Â 6:53Â Midnight
6:53Â -Â 6:59Â Turn Left
6:59Â -Â 7:11Â The Stolen Earth
7:11Â -Â 7:26Â Journey’s End
7:26Â -Â 7:30Â Music of the Spheres
7:30Â -Â 7:42Â The Next Doctor
7:42Â -Â 7:54Â Planet of the Dead
7:54Â -Â 7:58Â The Wedding of Sarah Jane Part 2
7:58Â -Â 8:22Â The Waters of Mars
8:22Â -Â 8:37Â The End of Time Part 1
8:37Â -Â 9:57Â The End of Time Part 2
9:57Â -Â 10:47Â Regeneration
10:47Â -Â 11:00Â Outtro
A great story with and about the Dalek created byÂ timelash.
Â History is in peril, the crack in the universe is changing the very fabric of reality. Leaving earth the new paradigm see an opportunity which will lead one Dalek on its path to destiny. Dalek Caan the saviour of the Daleks..
Â Skaro, The ancient planet of the Daleks.. it is a time of crisis, a time of war. In the Dalek City, there is one who stands against time, one who is hidden. Caan The saviour.
Â Skaro is saved and the future of the paradigm is secure. Caan returns to finish his mission, or has he..
Â The Time War, it spread across the universe effecting the nature of reality. At the Gates of Elysium the Daleks spread there destruction, and the very thing they created destroys the very thing that created them.
I found this video earlier and it really got my attention. I like it, it’s almost hard to believe that it was created by a Doctor Who fan. It is said that it inspiredÂ a short Fan Fiction with the title “Wait for me” ~Â http://www.fanfiction.net/s/8076501/1/.Â Author: Careline
The music in the video is The Promise by Tracy Chapman.
Tell me: have you have ever watch or read a story about a great hero (who saved the world or the history or the entire Universe) that was alone and had almost nobody around him?Â If there are any such stories they are anonymous. The reason is very simple: there was no one there to tell (us) the story. All the good stories have been told by others… and the Doctor stories are not exceptions.
In an interview published on Radio Times the writer Steven Moffat is establishing the priorities for the Doctor Who characters:
Doctor Who head writer Steven Moffat says the series tells the story of the Doctor’s companion, rather than the Time Lord himself, and that the thought of the Doctor travelling alone is “depressing” and “unhealthy”.
â€œThe story of Doctor Who is always the story of the companion, itâ€™s always their story,” said Moffat. “It was Rose Tylerâ€™s story, itâ€™s Amy Pondâ€™s story – the story of the time they knew the Doctor and how that began; how it developed and how it ended.”
Current companions Amy Pond and Rory Williams – aka Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill – are setÂ to leave the show partway through the upcoming series, withÂ Jenna-Louise ColemanÂ starting a new chapter when she makes her first appearance in the Christmas special.
â€œThe story begins again, not so much with the new Doctor, but with the new companion,” Moffat toldÂ BBC America. “It is their story. The Doctorâ€™s the hero, but theyâ€™re the main character.â€
Â River Song is the companion of the Doctor, his love, who keeps meeting him in the wrong order.Â This is the chronological order of her life.
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Â Set to her heartbreaking monologue from the Impossible Astronaut, watch River Song’s story unfold, from the day she first met the Doctor to her final sacrifice.
The Huffington Post announces about an unholy allianceÂ between “Star Trek’s” Borg and “Doctor Who’s” Cybermen into a story into crossover comics. The story will be published in May, courtesy of an IDW comic book.
According to a Monday press release from the company, “Star Trek: The Next Generation/Doctor Who: Assimilation2” will feature “an unholy alliance” between the two villains. This sounds like an excellent idea for a comic book and, not just because two races of relentless, mechanized villains are better than one, but because an on-screen depiction of that kind of epic tale would be unworkable (especially given that “TNG” ended in 1994) and hugely expensive.
So who you gonna call when two mechanical races team up to bring disaster to humanity? Jean-Luc Picard and the Doctor, obviously.
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