Doctor Who: The TARDIS Handbook by Steve TribeAs the Eleventh Doctor and Amy embark on all-new adventures in time and space, The TARDIS Handbook gives you the inside scoop on 900 years of travel aboard the Doctors famous time machine. Everything you need to know about the TARDIS is here - where it came from, where its been, how it works, and how it has changed since we first encountered it in a London junkyard in 1963.
Including photos, design drawings, floor plans and instruction manuals from different eras of the series, this handbook explores the ships endless interior, looking inside its wardrobe and bedrooms, its power rooms and sick bay, its corridors and cloisters, and revealing just how the shows production teams have created the dimensionally transcendental police box, inside and out.
The TARDIS Handbook is the essential guide to the best ship in the universe.
Happy WhoDay! 54 things You Need To Know About Doctor Who
It's about time. When he was 13, David Tennant wrote in a school essay called "Intergalactic Overdose" that he was "convinced" he was "going to play the part of the Doctor on TV". The Weeping Angels aren't props — they're played by actresses in stone costumes who have to stay very, very still. Nicholas Briggs, the voice of the Daleks in recent series, had to bring along his own analogue voice modulator to create the voice as the BBC couldn't find a way to replicate their distinctive sound digitally. In an early draft of the very first Doctor Who script, it's strongly implied that the Doctor is planning to kill future companions Ian and Barbara in order to protect his secret. This was quickly taken out.
Doctor Who is the longest-running science fiction series on television, and has been running non-continuously for over 50 years.
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49. The Lost Adventures of the Doctor
In over five decades, Doctor Who has entertained and enthralled millions in countless countries across the world with adventures in both space and time; and sometimes both. So, on this special day, we sit back and appreciate our favourite timey-wimey telly show. In the format was changed to 45 minute instalments for one series only. When the show returned in , the 45 minute approach was adopted once more while Series 11 will see the introduction of 50 minute eps. This was changed back to Saturdays for the Sixth Doctor and then back to weekday screenings for the Seventh Doctor. The Doctor has a granddaughter. The two would travel with Susan and her grandfather for many adventures.