Doctor Who Internet brings you relevant videos, articles, and various fan projects of amazing, humorous, or historical relevance.
Who on earth is Tom Baker? Well he’s obviously the actor of the fourth Doctor. But who is he as a person? He might as well be the Doctor for all the things that spout from his mouth. After watching this documentary in which Tom Baker interviews himself, the first word that will come to mind after hearing his name won’t be ‘Doctor’ or ‘jelly baby’ but more like mad
. The guy is completely out of his tree. Meet the actor of the longest running on screen Doctor: [link] When Doctor Who Ended [link]
Not the final time in 1989, but the warning bell test run of 1985 in which the Who-hating Michael Grade made his first jump at ending Doctor Who. Read the article written in 1985 about it. Why? For historical context. Who3D [link]
Is a small forum hiding out on the internet in which 3D CGI designers make their own Who projects. Lurk around and take a look at their awesome works. The creator of the Dalek Tales specials dwells within the walls. Call Me During Doctor Who and I’ll Kill You [link]
An amusing song performed shortly after Rose first aired in 2005. Doctor Who TCG [link]
A review of the Doctor Who trading card game from 1996. The game itself has good ideas and bad ones, but the reviewer himself is entertaining, sliding in clips from all ages of Doctor Who and opinionated...opinions. Pictures [link] [link]
Lots and lots of photos and pictures taken during the creation of Doctor Who serials old and new. Lots of hidden photos perfect for reference drawings and general entertainment or humor here. The second link takes you to the BBC website- do not be fooled by the seeming “head shot” close ups. Click on them. There are color photos of 60s stories. Endless Reckoning [link]
One of the most sophisticated mini-fandom parodies/spoofs of Doctor Who on YouTube. The Two Doctors [link]
and reviewing the classic sixth Doctor story with Patrick Troughton (2) and Colin Baker (6). A generally entertaining story valued more for its novelty than strength of plot coherence. Also the last appearance of the second Doctor and Jamie on screen. Mike Relm Dubstep Remix [link]
One of the stranger dubsteps for Doctor Who I’ve seen. It takes actual clips of the show and remixes them into a sort of dubstep song. Interesting take. More
8th Doctor’s TARDIS abandoned after the 1996 movie: [link] [link] [link] [link] And: [link]
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Armed with Fez and Mop: [link] There are no coincidences.
You’re lucky you got one this week. Know that.
I shall just find out by using my super Time Lord powers of .... looking out of the window.8th Doctor, Big Finish Memory Lane