“The Doctors embark on their greatest adventure in this 50th anniversary special. In 2013, something terrible is awakening in London’s National Gallery; in 1562, a murderous plot is afoot in Elizabethan England; and somewhere in space an ancient battle reaches its devastating conclusion. All of reality is at stake as the Doctor’s own dangerous past comes back to haunt him.”
All things Who have taken over my thoughts what with this Saturday’s airing of the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special “The Day of the Doctor“. I was able to get tickets to a simulcast (in 3D!) and will be dragging along my lovely chum Nicole to it. So, in anticipation this weeks Love Potion is most certainly a Doctor Who edition.
- Dig the Tardis artwork above? Then you might like this fantastic print from Think Geek along with a whole section of Doctor Who merch. (I especially love the bathrobes!)
- Dalek creator Terry Nation is to have a blue plaque unveiled in his honour at the house in Cardiff where he was born.
- Explore the secrets of the Tardis in this lovely interactive BBC site.
- Infographics cannot be stopped! Everything You Need To Know About ‘Doctor Who’ care of Huffington Post.
- If you’re looking for Doctor Who party ideas, this might be the perfect Pinterest board for you.
- So this totally gives me the shivers every time I hear it. None other than the original 1963 Doctor Who theme music created by Delia Derbyshire
- And speaking of Delia Derbyshire here’s an in depth article with audio clips about the woman who created that iconic theme.
- Andrew Blair salutes just a few of the individuals whose talent and hard work made the show what it is at Den of Geek
- I know, I know, I still haven’t started knitting mine BUT that doesn’t mean you can’t knit your own Doctor Who scarf!
- I doubt I’ll ever get finger tattoos, but if I were to ‘Time Lord’ would be pretty sweet. 50 Fantastic Doctor Who Tattoos via yee olde Buzzfeed.
- And if you happen to be in Cardiff with some spare time on your hands, might I suggest you get yourself to the Doctor Who Experience. I was very lucky to catch it a few years ago in London, and it was really great to say the least. I completely geeked out over the Face of Boe, and of course the Pandorica (see above).
- 12 Locations, 12 Doctors, a visual travel guide from the Telegraph. Chuffed I can cross Arundel Castle, Westminster Bridge, the Houses of Parliament and Stonehenge off that list, so only 8 more to go.
- This is the best thing *ever*. I LOVE seeing girls and women dressing up as the Doctor. 2 year old Katie Kent & her parents knock it out of the park with not 1, not 2, but costumed as all 11 Doctors!
- AND. THIS! Go and have a play over at Google UK!