becks28nz:

The Doctor : Orange Suit

throughwho:

A mostly chronological collection of almost every identifiable sentient species, machine, and entity—alien, or otherwise—encountered by…

The First Doctor (23 November, 1963—29 October, 1966)

gallifreywizard:

katalizi:

The Caretaker

During the Time War, the War Doctor was a General who led fleets of battle-TARDISes during conflicts with the Daleks. Danny’s observation is canonically true. (The Engines of War novel has details and I highly recommend it).

"The Caretaker" was genuinely one of the best Doctor Who episodes I’ve ever seen — insanely tight script, expertly balancing loads of characters, cool monster, fantastic character development and generally just wonderful throughout. I love Gareth Roberts episodes because they’re fun romps, and this one was a fun romp *with plot*, which is the best kind. I adored it. 

Anyway, if you’re looking for something with a similar atmosphere in terms of character interaction, also check out "The Harvest"

gedankeninventur:

Doctor Who Meme: five Brotps [1/5]

Jack, Nine and Rose

But closing a rift always leaves a scar and that scar generates energy, harmless to the human race-

But perfect for the TARDIS. Just park it here for a couple of days right on top of the scar and-"  "Open up the engines, soak up the radiation-

Like filling her up with petrol and off we go!"  "Into time!"  "And space!

My god, have you seen yourselves? You all think you’re so clever, don’t you?”

rochelle-templer:

Reblogging because I can never get enough of the idea that this TARDIS team is so lacking in their need for personal space. :)

rochelle-templer:

Reblogging because I can never get enough of the idea that this TARDIS team is so lacking in their need for personal space. :)

theheroheart:

Fifth Doctor + Weapons & Violence

Bonus:

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theheroheart:

[One ridiculous musical interlude later.]

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1973: The Doctor Who 10th Anniversary story "The Three Doctors" is released, and reveals time travel was invented by some guy named Omega who got himself trapped in a parallel universe made of antimatter. Bob Baker and Dave Martin massively retcon the series' history.
1983: The Doctor Who 20th Anniversary story "The Five Doctors" is released, and reveals the Doctor's mentor Borusa has been a bad guy this whole time and that Rassilon, one of the founders of Time Lord society, is actually immortal. Terrance Dicks massively retcons the series' history.
1988: The Doctor Who 25th Anniversary story "Remembrance of the Daleks" is released, and reveals that ever since the first serial the Doctor has been hiding in ancient super weapon on earth to use against the Daleks, and may or may not be one of the founders of Time Lord society. Ben Aaronivich massively retcons the series' history.
1993: The Doctor Who 30th Anniversary story "Dimensions in Time" is released, and reveals the Doctor Who universe and the EastEnders universe are one and the same. John Nathan-Turner massively retcons the series' history.
2003: The Doctor Who 40th Anniversary audio "Zagreus" is released and reveals all the novels actually happened in an alternate universe. Gary Russel and Alan Barnes massively retcon the series' history.
2013: The Doctor Who 50th Anniversary story "Day of the Doctor" is released and reveals that Gallifrey was not destroyed by the Doctor but in fact tucked away into an alternate dimension. Steven Moffat somehow becomes the first writer in Doctor Who history to massively retcon the series' history on an anniversary.

elysean:

Broken moon of what?
I KNOW, I KNOW.

my-flourish-and-blotts:

The Doctor smiles…

Too precious for Time and Space.

jackharkhess:

Torchwood + being professional [part II] 

What kind of civil servants are you? Under-appreciated ones. [part I]

Moffat. :D

Moffat. :D

I adored Gareth Roberts’ "Only Human" and I’m craving more at the moment — can anyone recommend me some other good Nine & Jack & Rose stories? I have no idea which ones are out there are or, more importantly, which ones are fun.