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General Doctor Who goodness this week, no particular features to mention. Just keep vworpin. Let’s start this off with a scene from an episode of The Sarah Jane Adventures, a Doctor Who spin-off series that starred Elizabeth Sladen as Sarah-Jane Smith, former companion of the third and fourth Doctor. In this scene from the second episode of the two-parter ‘Death of the Doctor’, Jo Grant, companion of the third Doctor, has a wonderful discussion with the eleventh
Doctor. Majorly awesome isn't that? Love a multi-generational series. [link] Doc Sherlock [link] [link]
Two very different takes on the phrase ‘Sherlock Doctor Who theme’.Kindly refrain from referring to me as 'Doc'! Anniversaries [link] [link]
Firstly, a teaser trailer version of the 50th anniversary tied to the ‘big question’ from the series 6 finale, and a video dedicated to the 40th anniversary of Doctor Who. Essentially that means it’s a celebration of Doctors 1-8. In 45 Seconds [link]
Doctor Who. I found this nice and pretty darn good considering it’s nearly 50 years of history condensed. Bit of Silliness [link]
For fans of Dr. Horrible’s Sing Along Blog (Joss Whedon), the Bad Horse song and the Master. And perhaps her majesty is a Whovian? [link] More Videos
Firstly, celebrating the eleventh Doctor, set to When You Were Young by The Killers: [link]
. And then with Losing Your Memory by Ryan Star: [link]
. And then for the dubstep fans: [link] Reminisce [link]
New and classic fans should (re)watch this. A great scene I had forgotten from Tomb of the Cybermen in which the second Doctor and Victoria have a heartwarming chat. Also, it turns out that The Rescue isn’t the only story in which the Doctor takes a nap... Animate! [link]
It’s no recent news that the BBC has been animating the missing episodes of The Reign of Terror. But apparently our very own *MightyOtaking
, creator of the Doctor Who fan anime, is helping out. Read more at his FAQ blog. Childhood with Doctor Who [link]
An interesting fan’s account of Doctor Who’s influence on them as a child. More
Smartphone enabled. [link]
Ear Warmers enabled. [link]
Ood Concept Art: [link]
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Daily Show Chase w/ Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert Chase: [link] Wait for the end...
This was a long one. I’m doing pretty good for a semi-biweekly blog! Take note: my choice in music videos has nothing to do with my music preferences, most of the songs linked I don’t know. And who here thinks there are too many fan variations of the theme song?
Pain and loss, they define us as much as happiness or love. Whether it's a world, or a relationship... Everything has its time. And everything ends.Sarah-Jane Smith