Doctor Who Internet brings you relevant videos, articles, and various fan projects of amazing, humorous, or historical relevance.
It turns out today is a free day for me. Your first Monday update starts with the creator of Doctor Who- no, not Terry Nation, but rather, Sydney Newman. The man responsible for our identities as Whovians. Newman didn’t ever, ever want silly aliens to play in his show. He hated the Daleks. He didn’t want Susan to be a granddaughter. He wanted a lot of things. Read: [link]
1986 account. Whedonnnnn! [link] [link]
Styled Doctor Who openings. Intro to Classic Continued [link] [link] [link]
For the 7th, 8th and 9th Doctors. I skipped the 6th Doctor’s because it really doesn’t focus on the strengths of his run. Paul McGann [link] [link] [link]
8th Doctor and longest running (off screen) Doctor of the beloved radio dramas and comics. See a silly and nice music video, a brief comic about the actor himself, AND confirmation that McGann would love to be in the 50th anniversary. The music video is kind of...weird. Especially at the half-way point. Sarah-Jane Smith [link]
One of the longest running companions with her own spin-off show. Sarah-Jane was companion to the 3rd and 4th Doctor and had an adventure with the 10th and 11th in her spin-off the Sarah-Jane Adventures. This is a documentary remembering the actress here. Steven Moffat [link]
A nice interview in which he talks about Sherlock and Doctor Who and future plans. Music Videos [link] [link]
First, a nice cartoon parody of the 11th’s birthday. And then some Sherlock-Doctor Who crossover love set to Anything You Can Do I Can Do Better. And last would be ‘I Owned the Stage’. A little maudlin, but good. Extra Scene [link]
Amazing I’ve never seen this before. Does that one guy remind classic fans here of Mestor? Historical Documents [link] [link] [link]
Not really too historical, just wanted to make a reference. First, a brief visual chart of the Cybermen, a quick run up of the classic companions and their progression, and then a website dedicated to tracking the history of Dalek props
. I know. It has a funny line at the bottom of the page. More
Chalk Art: [link]
Legumes of a Time Lord: [link]
Who Shot First: [link]
Engagement Ring: [link]
Young shirtless Colin: [link] May traumatize.
Swift as Weeping angel: [link]
[link] [link] [link] [link] [link] [link] [link]
I wasn’t going to give you one. But then, I had a free day today, and I had a lot of links. This blog is really inconsistent. Also note
that when there is not an update, I will write a note under the Doctor Who Internet widget in the blog section of the group.
It may be irrational of me, but human beings are quite my favorite species.