Wednesday, 30 June 2010

Master Brain

Master Brain was a futuristic computer in the Land of Fiction who had enslaved the Master of the Land of Fiction and tried to do the same to the Doctor, in "The Mind Robber", 1968.

Saturday, 26 June 2010

Doctor Stew


Where's the Tardis when you need it?

As Doctor Who's assistant, Karen Gillan has the luxury of using the time-travelling Tardis whenever she is on set. But the 22-year-old actress looked as though she could have done with one of the legendary machines yesterday as she ran through the streets of London.

The Pandorica Opens


Price Cut

Doctor Who assistant Karen Gillan nips into Tesco after appearing on Radio 1

The Ghost Snake of the Milky Way - Looks familiar doesn't it?

A cosmic snake appears to slither across the plane of our Milky Way galaxy in this image from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. The snake-like object located about 11,000 light-years away in the constellation Sagittarius is actually the core of a thick, sooty cloud large enough to swallow dozens of solar systems and may be harboring beastly stars in the process of forming.




Sunday, 20 June 2010

Auton Rory Williams

Rory Williams was an Auton based duplicate of the real Rory Williams who was killed in 21st century Earth at the hands of the Silurian, Restac.

Following that incident, an Alliance of races ranging from the Daleks to the Cybermen, Judoon, Sontarans and Nestene Consciousness along with a myriad of other races came to the conclusion that the Time Field forming was the end of the universe itself. They later pooled their resources in stopping it as they uncovered that the Doctor was going to be responsible for this event. To that end, they created an elaborate plan involving the Pandorica in Stonehenge that would serve as his prison. To complete the plan, the Nestene Consciousness was responsible for the deployment of Autons in the region where they were dressed up as Roman soldiers camped out near the area. This was based on the psychic residue left behind at Amy Pond's home which the Alliance managed to acquire as they believed it to be the perfect trap to ensare The Doctor and save the universe. The analysis of her home time period allowed for the creation of a duplicate version of Rory Williams in the process.

This duplicate was placed with the other Auton Roman soldiers where they were all led to believe that they were actual members of the Roman Empire. The Auton Rory Williams was led to believe that he had died and had somehow ended up in an earlier time period where he awaited the Doctor to rescue him. However, part of him believed that his early life was all a dream. When news came at the Roman encampment of strange visitors, Auton Rory decided to volunteer to help the Doctor fight armies of alien invaders that had come to claim the Pandorica when Professor River Song sought the Romans aid. Take a contingent of volunteer soldiers, they journeyed to beneath Stonehenge where Auton Rory saved the life of Amy Pond when she was being attacked by a Cyberman by destroying it with a sword plunged through its chest. Later, he explained his situation to the Doctor with neither knowing how Rory came to this time period. The Doctor managed to convince Auton Rory to meet Amy and confess his love since she had forgotten him due to his removal from the time line.

As he did so, she cried and began to remember him but at that point the Aliance struck where they captured the Doctor. The Nestene Consciousness had activated its signal that turned the Roman soldiers back to their Auton selves with the Auton version of Rory attempting to fight the program. He urged for Amy to run whilst attempting to assert his own personality over the programming. As he called out his name, Amy remembered and said that he was her boyfriend. Just as she hugged him, the Auton programming activated and the duplicate Rory's hand opened up into a blaster which shot Amy Pond seemingly killing her. (DW: The Pandorica Opens) via

Tardis Handbook


Saturday, 19 June 2010

The Doctor


Doctor Who fans' 'flash' frenzy @ 15mins 10secs

Doctor Who fans sent message boards into overdrive as they were convinced they had seen more of actor Matt Smith than they were supposed to.
In new episode The Lodger, which aired on BBC One on Saturday evening and guest starred Gavin And Stacey's James Corden, the Timelord dropped his towel as he left the bathroom, and fans claimed that by freeze framing the show at 15 minutes and ten seconds they caught a glimpse of Matt's manhood.

Doctor Who writer hits back at Fry

Doctor Who writer Steven Moffat has hit back at Stephen Fry's criticism of the "infantilism" of British TV, defending the show as one for all the family.
Moffat said the "high end" show could not be compared with junk food.
He was speaking at a screening of the first part of the grand finale of this series of Doctor Who.

Christopher Eccleston talks about Doctor Who exit

Actor Christopher Eccleston quit Doctor Who after one series because he "didn't enjoy the environment and the culture" of the show.

Friday, 18 June 2010

The Whomobile

The Whomobile was one of Jon Pertwee's personal vehicles. He retained possession of it until nearly the end of his life.

When Pertwee demonstrated the vehicle on an episode of Blue Peter during his tenure, he revealed that the vehicle was road worthy and legal, though he mentioned that the BBC forbade him or any of the crew from removing it from the studios except for outside shoots. It was capable of a top speed of 105 mph.

The vehicle was not created for Doctor Who, but was personally commissioned by Jon Pertwee, who retained possession of it after his stint as the Doctor. Pertwee gave it the name "Whomobile" during press interviews, but it was also known — again, offscreen — as "Alien". Had the vehicle been named in Doctor Who, it almost certainly would not have been called "the Whomobile", as this violated producer Barry Letts' strong conviction against making plays on the programme's title. The Doctor Who Technical Manual referred to it simply as "The Doctor's Car."

Wednesday, 16 June 2010


Blackbeard was an English pirate and the subject of several works of fiction. The Master of the Land summoned Blackbeard in his mental battle with the Doctor, in "The Mind Robber", 1968.

Saturday, 12 June 2010


The Krafayis are a race of bird - reptile - like creatures who originate from all over the universe. Their life is similar to one of a birds or vultures. They are raised and then voyage forever attacking and defending its fellow race. It is invisible to the naked eye but could be seen by Vincent Van Gogh; for unknown reasons. The Doctor used a device that can identify species when it is seen in a mirror. The Krafayis could be viewed through the reflection of the mirror, but whether the species is only visible through reflections or the device is actually designed to see these kinds of aliens is unknown.(DW: Vincent and the Doctor, 2010) via

City Of The Daleks

City Of The Daleks, the first interactive episode is available to play now on the Doctor Who website and will be followed a few weeks later by the second and third episodes. You'll get to play the fourth and final game later in the year.

David Tennant is joining the cast of "Fright Night," a remake of the cult 1985 film.

Anton Yelchin stars as Charlie, a teen convinced that his new neighbor (Colin Farrell) is a vampire. Toni Collette is the teen's disbelieving mom, who falls under the vampire's spell.
Tennant will play Peter Vincent, a character who in the original movie was played by Roddy McDowall as the host of a late-night horror show. In the remake, he's a Las Vegas magician whose show revolves around horror-movie imagery. Vincent claims to be a vampire expert, but when the teen turns to him for assistance, he's less than helpful.
Mintz-Plasse is playing Evil Ed, Yelchin's friend who feels slighted that Charlie has left his nerdy past behind and thus joins the vampire's coven...more

Lady Gaga on Doctor Who?

Doctor Who writer Gareth Roberts has joked that Digital Spy sent a rumour that Lady GaGa would appear on the show around the world. OK! Magazine wrote Scriptwriter Gareth Roberts said: "She is no stranger to dressing up and would be more than a match for the Doctor. It would be a great coup to get her."

Saturday, 5 June 2010

Amy's Crack


Van Gogh Doctor Who

Far from the Tardis

‘I HAD A meeting with someone a few years ago who told me I didn’t write women very well,” says Noel Clarke, actor, writer, director and a man known to millions as Mickey from Doctor Who . “I was raised by my mum, and I’d like to think I had a decent understanding of women, so when I heard that I was quite annoyed. And I went home and wrote .”

Wednesday, 2 June 2010

Cyrano de Bergerac

Cyrano de Bergerac (1619-1655) was a French swordsman, poet and writer, and the subject of several works of fiction. The Doctor summoned Cyrano in his mental battle with the Master of the Land, in "The Mind Robber", 1968.