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Doctor Who

Here I have done a presentation of the British TV-show Doctor Who. It's finished, but if you have any suggestions, feel free to leave it in the comments. :D I'm not so sure about all the years, so if you see anything wrong, tell me! :D

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Transcript of Doctor Who

The First Doctor
William Hartnell
played the Doctor
from 1963 - 1966

The Doctor is a Time Lord, the last of
the Time Lords. They all died in the great time war between the Time Lord and the Daleks. Both which were exterminated by the Doctor himself to end the war. And the Doctor survived.
And now he is alone...
When he is dying he can regenerate, and heal himself, but he will not be the same afterwords. He will change his appearance and personality. It is said that a Time Lord can only regenerate 12 times. The Doctor has done it 10.

Patrick Troughton played the Doctor from 1966-1969
Jon Pertwee played the Doctor from 1970-1974
Tom Baker played the Doctor from 1974-1981
Peter Davison played the Doctor from 1981-1984
Colin Baker played the Doctor from 1984-1986
Sylvester McCoy played the Doctor from 1987-1989 and 1996
Paul McGann played the doctor 1996.
He was only in a movie
Christopher Eccleston played the Doctor 2005. He was in one season
David Tennant played the Doctor from 2005-2010
He's going to be in 2013 specials.
Played by Matt Smith from 2010-present. He will leave the show at the end of 2013
The TARDIS console room 1960s
The TARDIS console room
1970s -1980s
The TARDIS console room
The TARDIS console room
The TARDIS console room 2010- now
Sara Kingdom
Liz Shaw
Jo Grant
Sarah Jane Smith
Harry Sullivan
Sarah Jane Smith
Tegan Jovanka
Tegan Jovanka
Vislor Turlough
Peri Brown
Peri Brown
Melanie 'Mel' Bush
Melanie 'Mel' Bush
Dorothy 'Ace'
Grace Holloway
Rose Tyler
Adam Mitchell
Captain Jack Harkness
Rose Tyler
Mickey Smith
Martha Jones
Donna Noble
Captain Jack Harkness
Sarah Jane Smith
Lady Christina de Souza
Wilfred Mott
Amelia 'Amy' Pond
Rory Williams
River Song
Craig Owens & Alfie 'Stormageddon:
Dark Lord Of All' Owens
Clara Oswald
Of course the Doctor has enemies. Some of them has been on the show from 1963 and some of them are a little bit newer. The old ones have changed over the years.
Other villains
There are also many other villains that just appear in one or two episodes. Here are some of them, most from the newer Doctor Who series.
The Daleks are the classic Doctor Who
enemies. The Doctor has destroyed them all many times, but they keep coming back in different ways. They've been around since 1963 and they are still coming back to life.
That's the word you connect with the Daleks, because the only thing they want is to exterminate all spices in the universe who isn't Daleks
They especially wants to kill the Doctor. He is always the one ruining their plans and
stopping them from taking
over the universe
Inside a Dalek
The inside of a Dalek is a
mutated Kaled. The Kaled was
once vary wise and peaceful
creatures, but it
was some sort of
nuclear war and they
became the Daleks.
The Kaled inside is
the one who
controls the whole
thing and speaks. The metal
is just an armor.
The Daleks
can't feel any emotions except hate. So they don't care who they kill. They just want to exterminate
The Master is a Time Lord
who has been the Doctor's archenemy since 1971, then he was played by Roger Delgado until 1973. Then the Master came back several times later on.
The Drumbeat
Ever since he stared into the
Time Vortex when he was eight
the Master has heard
a drumbeat, a four-beat sound of drums.
He hear them all the time. He calls the the
'Drums of War'. That eventually drove
him mad and he has an obsession
to find the source of the drum-
beat and get rid of it.
Roger Delgado, Peter Pratt, Anthony Ainley,
Eric Roberts, Derek Jacobi, John Simm
The Best Villain
The Master is my favorite of the Doctor's enemeis Because you don't know what he's going to do, but most exiting is that you don't know how the Doctor is going to deal with him. Because he doesn't want to kill him, then he will be alone again and he doesn't want that. But the Master is evil and he's doing evil things so the Doctor must stop him somehow.
Cybermen are a race of cyborgs were from the beginning humans that were transformed into metal robots. Cybermen don't feel anything and if they do, then their heads will implode.
They first appeared in 1966, but
looked very different then.
A cybermat is like the
Cybermens' pet. The
Cybermen make them
of cats or birds that they cyber-convert
into robot like creatures. Cybermats
attack by feeding off brain waves.
Cybershades are like
the Cybermens' slaves,
but more like animals.
Cybershades don't talk
and they run on all four.

Cybershades are only in one episode
of the new series.
A Cyber-King is a giant
version of a Cyberman, but it's a like a
Its right arm can be converted into a cannon and its left into a laser.
transport. Inside its chest is a cyber-factory. A Cyber-King is used for invasion.
Weeping Angels
"Don't Blink!" The
Angels can't move when they
are seen. But they are fast and
they come closer if you just blink
They are also very strong, and if
you have your eyes closed for too
long, they will snap your neck or send you to the past.
The Angels first appeared in 2009's episode "Blink"
You can't just smash them, which would have been the easiest way. But because they can't move when they are seen you can try to defeat them by making them look at each other, then they are stuck.
Another way would be to throw them into a hole in time and space, then they will be wiped from history. But those holes are not good and you can't just find them everywhere.
How To Defeat!
Don't Blink!
Don't Blink! Don't even blink. Blink and you're dead. They're fast, faster than you can believe. Don't turn your back, don't look away. And DON'T BLINK!
Good luck!
-Tenth Doctor, Blink
Real People!
The Weeping Angels are actually real people that just wear make-up.
Are you my mommy?
The ninth Doctor travels
back to London under World War
Two. There he meets a young boy who
has a gas mask attached to his face, and it
can't be removed. And he is going around London asking people if they're his mommy. Everyone he touches grow out a gas mask and start doing the same thing.
The Silence
Cassandra is the last
of the humans. The Doctor meets her when he is visiting the end of the world.
She is there to watch the earth die, but Cassandra has different plans. She lets her metal pets out to destroy the ship they are on.
The Flesh
Vashta Nerada
Slitheen is not a race, it's a family name of some of the race Raxacoricofallapatorian from the planet Raxacoricofallapatorius. They can disguise themselves as humans, but they need a big body. When they are humans they can open up their forehead and take the human skin of and on.
"The silence is not a race, it's a religious order or movement". I think the silence is one of the scariest villains. Because the second you turn away from them, you forget you ever saw something. But if you look at them, you remember that you saw them before. So after a while, they (The Doctor and his friends) start
drawing marks on their body every time they see the Silence so they remember
that they have forgotten
something, but not what.
The Sontaran are the finest soldiers in the galaxy. Their only weak spot is a probic vent at the back on their necks. If you hit the vent, the Sontaran will be knocked out for a while. So they always have to face their enemies in battle. For them it's an honor to fight without
their helmets.
The Sontarans first appeared
in 1973.
Doctor Who Themes
and Logos

1963 - 1969
1970 - 1980
1981 - 1985
1986 - 1989
The Flesh is like a bathtub filled
with some kind of fluid. If you touch it, then it has your DNA and can make a replica of you. The replica looks a little different in the beginning but after a while it starts to stabilize and then it looks just like a human. You can control the replica from a machine, but the Flesh can break loose and control itself. If the Flesh gets DNA from more than one person it can create more than one replica or more replicas of the same persons.
"Almost every species in the universe has an irrational fear of the dark. But they're wrong, 'cause it's not irrational. It's Vashta Nerada."
"Vashta Nerada is what's in the dark. It's what's always in the dark."
The Doctor encounters them one time in the Library.
They hunt in swarms and can eat a whole person in less than a few seconds.
Doctor Who is a British science fiction TV-show created in 1963. It is aired on the BBC network. It is about a Time Traveler called the Doctor. He travels in time and space with the TARDIS, a blue police telephone box.
It is a big part in British popular culture. There are many in Britain that grew up with Doctor Who. The episodes are written by different people, but some of them has written more than one episode. Most of the episodes from season 1-4 (the new series) were written by Russel T. Davis. Steven Moffat has written most of the episodes from season 5-7, he has also written the episodes for the British TV-series Sherlock.
Totally it exists 33 seasons (and a TV-movie) and a total of 793 episodes.
From 1963 - 1989 the episodes were 25 minutes long, now they are 45 minutes, some of them are longer, like the Christmas specials.
The Wire
That was until some humans started drilling into the earth and some of them woke up. But the Doctor fixed everything and now the Silurians are sleeping again.
The Silurians are reptile like creatures that lives underneath the earth surface. They once lived on Earth but they were forced to go into self-induced hibernation to survive. Then the humans came to Earth and the Silurians remained sleeping.
The Doctor and Rose traveled to year 2012 when queen Elizabeth's coronation was going to take place. And there was a man that sold TVs very cheap. Everyone wanted to
buy them, but little
did they know that
the woman in the TV was going to take their faces away. She took Rose's face. As always the
Doctor found a way to defeat her
and got Rose's face back.
Of course not all of the creatures/aliens that the Doctor meet are evil. Some of them are very nice. Some of them are in just one episode and some of them reappears in many.
Here are just some random facts about Doctor Who!
...That David Tennant loved Doctor who as a child. He became an actor because he wanted to be in Doctor Who.
Sarah Jane Adventures
Fish Fingers and Custard
Dorium Maldovar
The Movie - 1996
2005 - 2009
2010 - present
Some of the music from Doctor Who.
The new series
I'm The Doctor
All The Strange, Strange Creatures
By: Murray Gold
Gallifrey is the Doctor's home planet, it's where the Timelords came from. It was a beautiful planet. But it was destroyed, because of the Great Time War.
Gallifreyan is the language of the Time Lords.
It is written with circles and dots.
Did you know...?
In the fifth season, the new series,
right after the Doctor regenerates into the eleventh Doctor, he visits Amelia Pond and he eats fish fingers and custard. Many fans of Doctor Who have tasted this and it's actually kind of tasty.
...That 106 episodes are missing, most from season two - four, the old seasons from 1960s. Some or them are destroyed, others are simply missing. So if you have anything, like a sound file, you can return it to BBC and get a reward.
Related Shows
Is about Sarah Jane Smiths life. After she met the Doctor, she kept searching for aliens and other stuff on earth.
The Torchwood Institute. With Jack as their leader, the group is stationed in Cardiff and specializes on aliens.
A TV-series about the Doctors companion K9: the robot dog.
"I'm old, I'm fat, I'm blue"
Dorium Maldovar is the owner of the Maldovarium (a bar).
He helps the Doctor fight in Demon's Run.
Ood are very friendly. They trust people,they have to, they are born with their brains in their hands.
But the brains are later exchanged to translators, so you can understand what they are saying.
In some episodes, the Oods have the so-called "Red-Eye" disease. And when they have it, they go crazy and are not so friendly anymore.
Even if they do good by catching a criminal, they aren't that friendly, because if they are going to catch someone, they don't care who gets in the
way. So if you happen to be at the wrong
place in the wrong time you can get
The Judoon are like the space police They work with the Shadow Procalmation. The Shadow Proclamation is the laws and order in the universe. And if you break the law; the Judoon will most likely come after you and kill you.
Adipose are fat. They are literally fat. They are made of fat.
They were created by a woman who sold pills that would get you to lose weight.
"The fat just walks away". She was quite literally meaning that the fat would walk away.
Rose's Theme
Martha's Theme
Donna's Theme
Vale Decem
The Face of Boe
In the end of season 3, there is a huge plot twist about the Face of Boe.
The Face of Boe is over a million years old. It is said that he have a secret that he will reveal to the lonely traveler, the one without home.
The Doctor meets him three times.
By: Murray Gold
By: Murray Gold
Amy's Theme
By: Murray Gold
Clara's Theme
The Doctor's Theme
Series 1 & 2
By: Murray Gold
By: Murray Gold
By: Murray Gold
By: Murray Gold
... That David Tennant is from Scotland, so he normally have a Scottish accent. In one episode of Doctor Who, the Doctor and Rose end up in Scotland and David Tennant got to talk with his real accent.
500 Miles!
The whole David Tennant cast did a music video to the song "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" because David loved the Proclaimers. They were in the video.
Carole Ann Ford
William Russell
Jacqueline Hill
Peter Purves
Adrienne Hill
Jean Marsh
Jackie Lane
Michael Craze
Michael Craze
Anneke Wills
Anneke Wills
Frazer Hines
Deborah Watling
Wendy Padbury
Caroline John
Katy Manning
Elisabeth Sladen
Elisabeth Sladen
Ian Marter
Louise Jameson
David Brierley (1979-1980)
John Leeson
Mary Tamm (1978–1979)
Lalla Ward (1979–1981, 1983, 1993)
(Time Lady)
Matthew Waterhouse
Matthew Waterhouse
Sarah Sutton
Sarah Sutton
Janet Fielding
Janet Fielding
Mark Strickson
Gerald Flood
Nicola Bryant
Nicola Bryant
Bonnie Langford
Bonnie Langford
Sophie Aldred
Daphne Ashbrook
Billie Piper
Bruno Langley
John Barrowman
Noel Clarke
Billie Piper
Freema Agyeman
John Barrowman
Catherine Tate
Elizabeth Sladen
Michelle Ryan
Bernard Cribbins
Karen Gillan
Arthur Darvill
Alex Kingston
James Corden
Jenna-Louise Coleman
Catherine Tate's Show
A comedy show hosted by Catherine Tate.
Time Lords is not a race
Time Lords aren't actually a race , it's a rank amongst the people of Gallifrey. The race of Gallifrey are called Gallifreyans. In the series, many of the people the Doctor meet say that he look like the humans, to that the Doctor answers: "I don't look human, you look Time Lord. We came first."
My sister have a theroy that the reason the Doctor likes the humans so much is because they look like the people he lost.
TARDIS console rooms
The TARDIS is the Doctor's time machine.
TARDIS is an abbreviation, and it stand for:
Time And Relative Dimension In Space.
It's bigger on the inside.
- It's a TARDIS type 40
- The Doctor stole it when he was younger.
- It is supposed to adapt to the environment and disguise itself to fit the surroundings. Like for example: if he would travel to Rome, then the TARDIS would disguise itself as statue. But it got stuck and now it is always a blue police telephone box.
The Doctor says he can fix it, but
he likes it the way it is
Sonic Screwdriver
The Sonic Screwdriver is basically the only 'weapon' the Doctor uses. It's not really a weapon, because he never fights with it, even if it does help him defeat enemies sometimes. But he usually uses it to open doors. It works on every material except wood.
Some of the Doctors have different screwdrivers, the Ninth and Tenth Doctor has a blue and the Eleventh Doctor has a green.
... That every Christmas, Doctor who has a Christmas special. It is a bit longer and often comes with a Christmassy feeling.

In 2013 there will be a two episodes long 50-year anniversary. Starring both the tenth and the eleventh Doctor.
David Tennant himself was starring in one episodes made for Comic Relief.
By: Murray Gold
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