The Doctor looks and seems human. The Doctor is good-looking, sexy and witty, and could be mistaken for just another person in the street. But the Doctor is a Time Lord: a 909 year old alien with 2 hearts, part of a gifted civilization who mastered time travel with the TARDIS. The Doctor saves planets for a living and is very, very good at it. The human race will survive - but only with the Doctor's help.
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@ trek, here is the song Voodoo Child at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WG2w1k1_BZ4
After further research and listening to Voodoo Child, I remember that one, but that was the one played during the invasion of Earth. However, it helped me to finally figure out how to word my search and found a list of all songs featured on Doctor Who, which listed the song "I Can't Decide" by the Scissor Sisters, which was played by the Master as he enters the bridge of the Valiant. He refers to it as "Track 3", its place on the album Ta-Dah.
thanks ,nice to have.
Ok, by now everyone should be aware that the new Docor is Matt Smith(WHO! lol)
Here is his new look at http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/highlands_and_islands/8161643.stm
What are your thoughts, are they trying to make a young man look older, do you like the new look?
Please keep your responses family friendly.
thank you i did not know.
They have made him look like some of the professors I use to know at Cambridge University.
Were the professors as young as Matt Smith ;oD
No, The youngest was in his late 60's and the oldest thought I was there to serve him his afternoon tea and not fix his "stupid box thing ( old IBM PS2 computer)".
Looks like a bit of a twit if you ask me. Can't see him with a long scarf on and a floppy hat!!!
The new Sarah Jane adventures haven't started yet so we have that to look forward too.
The premiere of the next episode of Doctor Who "The Waters of Mars" is shown on Sunday November 15th 7pm on BBC1 in the UK.
Only 15 more days to go, if anyone has a time machine I could borrow for 15 days I would be grateful.
8 more now but who's counting lol
Somebody must know somebody who works in the BBC would could leak a copy of Waters of Mars to us early.
If you do, please let us know.
LoL, yeh right iceman,they are so security conscious with Doctor Who that we don't even find out when the show is airing until the last minute.
The Waters of Mars: A Doctor Who One-off special.
The Time Lord is caught in a terrifying situation when he visits one of the fixed points in time and space, the disaster that hit Bowie Base One on Mars in 2059. As he tries to come to terms with the prophecy that his present incarnation is soon to die, he starts to consider the possibility of altering the fundamental rules of time and space,with the support of strong-minded commander Adelaide.
Starring David Tennant, with Lindsay Duncan and Peter O'Brien
OK that was a 6/10, the Xmas shows look interesting...
Doctor Who 2005 The Waters Of Mars 2009
is upped .
Just finished watching it will give it an 8 out of 10.
Good story line and good acting It's a shame David is leaving
he is the ideal Dr. Xmas looks good.
RTD wrote a terrible script once again but it still turned out very fun and the last ten minutes were great.
Only 16 More days to go.
i dunnu i think it comes on fridays i don't really watch it my sister does she loves it.
The day of David Tennants last hurrah as the Doctor has arrived.
The end always seems to be the best part of the shows of late, keeps one waiting for the next episode of course,in the hope that it will be better.
The Master race, Superb line.
If they spent as much money on the script writer as they did on the music maybe we would get a good couple of episodes before he leaves!!!
I wonder if the transition will follow suit and take place right at the end or will they give the new boy(literally) a few minutes screen time.
Good question, no way to predict because there are Pro's and Con's to them doing it at the start middle and end of the episode, personally I am hoping it happens "towards" the end so we can get a good look at this Matt guy. It's always sad to see a Doctor go and I musty ay David Tennant is by far my favourite, but then the new Doctor they cast is never as dissapointing as you'd expect either so I am going to give him a chance. I still think it is a very risky move to cast such a young actor for this role but maybe he fits it that well that it becomes irrelevant, hard to know.
In the context of the show the apparent physical age or indeed gender of the Doctor is indeed irrelevant.
Because, like Dax in Deep Space Nine, he retains the knowledge gained in previous incarnations.
question who was the best doctor
1 william hartnell
2 patrick troughton
3 john pertwee
4 tom baker
5 peter davison
5 sylvester mcCoy
6 the other baker dude
7 you cant count because that was a yankee production and it was terrible
9 one of the last 2 new series doctors
although the question my be a bit unfair because I am sure that many of our members would not have been for the first 2 for sure and maybe the 3rd
personally my favourites are
1 John pertwee
2 William Hartnell
3 tom baker
4 David Tennant
I think there may already be a thread on this subject somewhere capt,I liked:
1=Jon Pertwee & Tom Baker
I wonder if in a couple of years time will anyone include Matt Smith in their favourites list?
@ged maybe the younger members but us old farts all tend to like the older doctors more
The 2nd part was good but I would have liked to have seen a much greater(bigger,more grand & fleshed out) battle between the Doctor,the Master and Rasillon & the Time Lords.
I also think the scene where the Doctor finally hears the
'four knocks'was David Tennant's finest as the Doctor
Have to agree with that Ged, on both counts.
I only prefer Tennant because I am 27 and what I remember of the older Doctors is sketchy, I have seen a lot of the older shows but it is too difficult to appreicate them in modern times and through fresh eyes.
Does anyone know for definete who the Galifrayan lady was? (hope i spelt that correctly). I could hazard an optimistic guess but I dont recall any references to her before the 2 part finale.
You guys are a bunch of kidies. I remember watching the first episode of the original Dr Who on a twelve inch black and white tv on the first day it was released way back when.
People of the world rejoice, never again will you have to watch another episode of turd written by Russell T Davies, let's (hopefully) bask in the glory of Stephen Moffat.
I wonder if Stephen Moffat would have chose Matt Smith as the next Doctor...
I still think James Nesbitt would have made a far better Doctor the Man is a brilliant actor
Was there actually an episode or special for series 4 called Music of the Spheres. I can't find it anywhere but here on the episode list.
Try this link @jazz http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwzxVdA2F48
Well at least they got rid of Donna Noble in such a way that if she shows up again, then there will be a good chance she will die. The only time I was not anoyed with her is in the second part of the finale, when she was part timelord thanks to the hand. But even then she was a little anoying.
I see BBC is ready launch season 5 on Saturday...is that right?
Doctor Who returns on
Saturday March 13th at 7:00PM on BBC One (UK)
I've watched the trailers on the BBC website, it looks ok.
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