This unfinished story from the television series Doctor Who (1963) was released on video with linking material from Tom Baker. When a dangerous artifact goes missing from the study of ... See full summary »
This program unlocks everything you really need to know about the Doctor to maximize your enjoyment of the series. Whether you're a casual viewer who wants to know more or a fan who wants ... See full summary »
As the Doctor's newest companion, Clara Oswald, steps into the TARDIS, take a look back at previous companions that have won over The Doctor's hearts in Doctor Who: The Companions. Along ... See full summary »
Eve De Leon Allen,
When the Doctor's around, tomorrow is yesterday, yesterday is tomorrow and 18th century France is in your fireplace. Confused yet? Watch the Timey-Wimey of Doctor Who. You've already seen it in the future.
Once upon a time there was a Doctor Who story written by Douglas Adams and due to star Tom Baker. A whimsical, ambitious tale featuring a gondola ride in Cambridge, time scoops and would be deemed to be a classic but for a BBC strike which rendered the story incomplete.
In 2003, a time before Doctor Who was revived, rejuvenated to a new audience came this web-cast using timey-wimey to have Paul McGann's eight doctor re-visiting the events of Shada and hence allowing us, the audience finally have the tale completed.
The web-cast animation is crude but McGann really delivers and Douglas Adams story still has sparks of brilliance.
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