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  Doctor Who
Doctor Who is a long-running British science fiction television programme produced by the BBC about a mysterious time-travelling adventurer known only as "The Doctor".
Doctor Who was ranked third in a list of the 100 Greatest British Television Programmes of the 20th century, produced by the British Film Institute in 2000 and voted on by industry professionals.
Rowan Atkinson as the Doctor and Julia Sawalha as Emma in the parody The Curse of Fatal Death.
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 Doctor (Doctor Who) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Doctor is the central fictional character in the long-running BBC television science-fiction series Doctor Who, and also features in a vast range of spin-off novels, audio dramas and comic strips connected to the series.
Only rarely, as in the case of the Eighth Doctor, who was identified as "British", or the Ninth, whose accent was clearly described as "Northern", was this ever addressed in the series (in the latter case with the classic line, "lots of planets have a North").
The Doctor Who novels have suggested that these may have been faces of the Other, a figure from Gallifrey's ancient past and the genetic predecessor of the Doctor (although being from the tie-in novels, the canonicity of this character is debatable).
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 The Doctor (Doctor Who)
Amongst Doctor Who fans there is much debate as to what is canon (beyond the original TV show), and much of the background to the character's origins which has been established in the novel's since the show left the air is ignored or refuted by them.
Doctor Who (U.S.) #14 - The Neutron Knights (DWM 60)
Shortly afterwards the Doctor's TARDIS was invaded by a malevolent entity.
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 Outpost Gallifrey
Doctor Who will return in the UK in December for its 2006 Christmas special, The Runaway Bride, and for Series Three next spring.
Doctor Who images on this site are copyrighted to the BBC and used solely for promotional purposes.
Doctor Who is copyright © by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).
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 The Doctor (Doctor Who)
While the Doctor normally disdains physical violence, he has shown himself in the past to be a skilled swordsman (at least from his fourth incarnation on), having been trained by one of Cleopatra's guards.
The Doctor was fine, and the being who had regenerated was in fact a disguised Shayde.
The last known future incarnation of the Doctor is the 42nd incarnation (so somehow he got round the limitations on how many regenerations he could have; hardly a surprise, he's the consummate rule-breaker).
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 Doctor Who: The Fourth Doctor!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The Doctor and Leela find themselves aboard a automated sand-miner where they are accused of murder only to find out that the real killer may be a robot and that not all the robots are what they seem.
The Doctor and Leela arrive on Pluto - a planet with six suns and a slave population of humans who are ripe for rebelllion.
The Doctor has meet some strange looking ambassidors in his lives, but this one is a little different as he finds himself thrown into a deep pit on a planet with little metal resources.
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 Doctor Who - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Doctor Who is a long-running British science fiction television programme produced by the BBC about a mysterious time-travelling adventurer known as "The Doctor", who explores time and space with his companions, fighting evil.
The original 1963 arrangement of the Doctor Who theme, as composed by Ron Grainer and realised by Delia Derbyshire at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, is widely regarded as a significant and innovative piece of electronic music, working from tape loops of an individually struck piano string and individual test oscillators and filters.
The Doctor in his fourth incarnation (the one most Americans associate the Doctor with) has been represented on several episodes of The Simpsons, starting with the episode "Sideshow Bob's Last Gleaming" where (along with Krusty the Clown and Steve Urkel) he was part of a delegation to the Pentagon of "the esteemed representatives of television".
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 Amazon.com: Doctor Who: DVD: Geoffrey Sax,Paul McGann,Eric Roberts,Daphne Ashbrook,Sylvester McCoy,Yee Jee Tso,John ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The Doctor has a soft spot for the planet Earth, and often visits there, either to save it from various alien threats or to whisk a choice few inhabitants away to the distant parts of the galaxy to help him fight evil there.
Sylvester McCoy is back on form as the Doctor's seventh incarnation as if he never left, and Daphne Ashbrook manages to steal scenes even when the script has relegated her to the familiar "stand to the side and ask 'What's it all about, Doctor?'" routine.
Of the 253 episodes of "Doctor Who" that were produced in the 1960s, 108 no longer exist in the BBC Television Archives due to an archive purge in the 1970s.
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 Who's Doctor Who? - A Biography of The Doctor
Doctor Who is the world's longest-running science fiction TV series.
Many of these have attempted to arrange the history of the Who universe into a coherent picture, but no one's done a comprehensive biography of The Doctor himself.
I got the suggestion recently, and I think it's a good idea, that we request they show more Doctor Who - not just the new stuff, but the older stuff that some of us haven't seen yet (or that we want to see again).
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 CBC Television - Doctor Who
David Tennant steps into the role of the doctor for the second series of Doctor Who.
Together, the Doctor and Rose travel back in time to the Highlands of Scotland to find Queen Victoria confronted by a terrifying creature, and back further to 18th Century France, where a lethal menace stalks Versailles.
In the future, a sinister secret lurks at the hospital on New Earth - and the human race is threatened by a remorseless silver army of emotionless Cybermen.
www.cbc.ca /doctorwho   (181 words)

  
 Doctor Who - Exhibition in Cardiff and Museum in Blackpool
Doctor Who - Exhibition in Cardiff and Museum in Blackpool
DOCTOR WHO® and LOGO™ TARDIS®, ©; BBC 2004.
Doctor Who Museum and Exhibitions © Experience Design and Management Ltd
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 shillpages - Doctor Who Image Archive   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Pre-order Doctor Who The Complete Series 1 Box Set (NTSC DVD) from amazon.com!
Order Doctor Who The Beginning (PAL DVD) from amazon.co.uk OUT NOW!
Doctor Who Image Archive • Compiled and Presented by Steve Hill
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 BBC - Doctor Who - The Official Site
BBC - Doctor Who - The Official Site
Doctor Who is repeated on BBC3 - Schedule
The adventure continues with The Runaway Bride at Christmas.
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