The Doctor is good with children, it’s one of his most admirable well-known characteristics, and so when a nervous young six-year-old dressed as the Eleventh Doctor gets a chance to ask Peter Capaldi a question at Dallas Comic-Con, the answer he receives is indistinguishable from the kind of thing the Doctor himself would have said. So, when K asks Peter how to grow up and be part of Doctor Who the answer is inspiring.
YouTube user Jeremy Lee decided that he wanted to build a vortex manipulator, the miniature time machine like the one seen on the wrists of Captain Jack Harkness, River Song and Clara Oswald. So he created a fully working home-made Whovian smartwatch, using a Raspberry Pi and quite a bit of digging in a toy version of Captain Jack’s former mode of transportation.
It shouldn’t have fit, this was supposed to be a ‘prototype build’ to test out the concepts, but it came together far better than the fan expected. A lot of X-windows is tricky to use without a proper keyboard, the difficult things can be done over SSH or VNC, but otherwise it is a quite functional machine.
A Doctor Who / Star Wars crossover, with effects of the duel created using Adobe After Effect.
The YouTube user Alice Carter Illustration created an animation to welcome Pearl Mackie as Bill to Doctor Who.
Let’s watch Warwick Davis talking about Karl Pilkington, An idiot abroad, Star Wars, The Force Awakens, Han Solo’s death, Virtual reality, Doctor Who, New musical Eugenius, Willow sequel hopes and more at the MCM Comic Con in London.
There are rumours about Peter Capaldi’s appearance in spin-off Class where… The Doctor returns to Coal Hill School and sees a memorial wall dedicated to Clara, triggering his memory of her briefly.
Let’s watch some tidbits from the Doctor Who Panel at Awesome Con, Washington DC, 5 June 2016 – with Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman.
Some fan-made videos at Fan expo 2016 from Dallas with the Doctor, his companions and cast of the show.
Peter Capaldi’s Q&A
Jenna Coleman’s Q&A
Peter, Jenna & Michelle Gomez first time in Dallas, Texas
Arthur Darvill’s Q&A – he was there to discuss his own time travel adventures.
A fan-made trailer marking 50 Years since the Peter Cushing movies debuted on the big screen (‘Dr Who & The Daleks’ & ‘Daleks Invasion of Earth 2150AD’ back in 1955 – 1956) with the Daleks being in colour for the first time. The cinema style trailer is meant to celebrate this unique movies.
Life on Earth has been threatened so many times! And it’s going to continue in the same matter, but the Doctor is there to protect it ans save humanity from all the invaders and all the dangers!
“No denying the existence of aliens now, everyone’s saw it.”
Planet Earth has faced some incredibly tough times over the past decade. Following first contact in 2006 our universe has gotten wider and wider as time and time again extraterrestrial life has bombarded this lump of rock we call home.
53 years and counting. Over 2000 years old and counting. Keep counting!
A tribute to Amelia Pond, the Doctor’s companion. Her adventures with the Doctor and Rory have been amazing!
Throughout April 2016, the social media feeds have been celebrating the Silence. Let’s find out more about them in this TARDIS Index File.
The VFX artist John Smith started to Keep Counting, and probably he is still doing that. It’s hard to remember.
Everyone loves the Doctor Disco, right? You can only love him, you can’t just ignore him. Let’s enjoy this fan-made video about The Doctor Disco!
Song: The Kinks – Powerman
Ever wondered what Peter Capaldi’s first day on set was like on his first day as the Doctor? He was asked about that and that’s the answer.
During the live link to Loose Women, John Barrowman takes a tumble off the back of his chair. This happened last week and it will probably haunt him forever and all eternity. The good thing is that it can be corrected – he only need the Doctor with his TARDIS or a vortex manipulator to travel back in time.
If you were to make a hand to dissolve and just disappear, how would you do it? Director Rachel Talalay reveals the secret behind one of the special FX in Heaven Sent.
A great fan-made video about the Doctor and the time war, a tribute to the great show. The author tried to concentrate on The Doctor’s family and on the horror of the war.
So… Let’s sit down in the Diner with Clara and The Doctor, let’s listen to the story of a thousand years. The stories end up with memories, but some stories might become in the end a song…
Kat Kingsley performing something you’ve not seen before on static trapeze SpaceCraft 14th of May 2016, at Aircraft Aerial Arts, Somerville MA. A remarkable interpretative Doctor Who-themed static trapeze act, complete with sonic, bow tie, TARDIS socks and lots of gravity-defying twists and turns.
Don’t try this at home! Unless you know what you are doing and you already have some experience!
They have received some special messages from some of the Doctor’s pals – including Louise Jameson aka the Fourth Doctor’s companion Leela!
And Tegan, alias Janet Fielding!
A small part from a great speech. With flashbacks. A fan-made video.
An effective makeup tutorial on getting the look of the Flood, from “Waters of Mars”. Make yourselves look scary for your friends!
Who are the Oods? Find out everything the TARDIS knows about the Ood in a brand new Index File of their Monsters of the Month (May 2016)!
On the other hand, the fan show discusses the series four story Planet of the Ood. With Christel Dee, Luke Spillane, Sarah Dollard and Chris Foxx.
For the past few months several short interviews have been released covering the story of the Tenth Doctor adventures. Watch this extended interview with David Tennant and Catherine Tate for Big Finish Productions about them returning to the roles of the Doctor and Donna.
Interviewed by Nick Briggs, filmed and edited by Tom Saunders.
The new companion has been introduced a few days ago, on Saturday. And Pearl Mackie gives her first ever interview.
Go behind the scene to watch Pearl on her first day on the set.
Doctor Who Magazine Issue 499 of Doctor Who Magazine will be published on Thursday 28 April, price £4.99, and it’s resurrecting the most beautiful art used for the Doctor Who book covers.
You get inside 1981’s warrior gate and you find out how to have a Doctor Who wedding.
In an exclusive interview Clare Higgins explains why Ohila might really be the Doctor’s mother.
As part of the preparation for his role in The A Word, playing a grandfather of a child with autism, Christopher Eccleston has an emotional discussion with Gerard Groves, an autistic filmmaker and confirmed Whovian. The video is a heart-warming, funny, emotional behind the scenes footage when Gerard Groves interviewed the man who inspired him to make films.
There are lots and lots of skilled Whovians ready to knock up a police box as a shed, or a cake, or the front of their wardrobe. Or even an item in their yard.
The Todd, for instance, has spent over a year creating a TARDIS in his back garden that contains a console that actually serves as a serviceable work desk, complete with hidden keyboard, DVD-drive, screen and flux capacitor.
It’s a little late, the introductions were made last week (when filming has started), but, anyway, let’s meet the again: Patrick Ness introduces you to the cast of Class, the Doctor Who spin-off coming later this year from BBC Three.
The new series was written by YA author Patrick Ness, it is set in Coal Hill School, where the Doctor Who story started in 1963, and most recently the educational establishment where Clara Oswald met Danny Pink.
Class star Greg Austin is delighted with his new job. 😀
The poor quality is because of the distance: 28 rows were reserved for VIPs, so the fan had to video the TV screen instead of the stage directly. Anyway, David Tennant and Billie Piper appeared at Wizard World Comic Con in St. Louis for a 45-minute Q&A about their respective careers. The topic of Doctor Who figured especially high in the questions.
Writer Cavan Scott answers questions about the new Ninth Doctor ongoing series from Titan Comics. Enjoy and listen carefully! He also offers a sneak preview of the comics.