30 Days of Summer Time Doctor Who

thecinematichipster:

Day 23: What would your Time Lord name be? The Magician? The Carpenter?

My Time Lord name would probably be, The Author, everywhere I go across Space and Time I leave behind a tall tale or story.

What would your Time Lord name be?

burntlikethesun:

endless list of favourite characters: Josephine “Jo” Grant

"Look, I’ll be quiet as a… do they have mice in Atlantis? Well, that’s what I’ll be as quiet as. An Atlantean mouse, okay?"

yes-that-anonymous-girl:

wrote this in under 10 minutes, pretty proud (I’ll be writing a text version too, please don’t repost!!)

In case you missed it, we’re having a contest!

yes-that-anonymous-girl:

wrote this in under 10 minutes, pretty proud
(I’ll be writing a text version too, please don’t repost!!)

In case you missed it, we’re having a contest!

Because it was, you know, it was the best.

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Doctor Who Series 8 Trailer [x]

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"I’m the Doctor. I’ve lived for over 2,000 years, I’ve made many mistakes. It’s about time I did something about that."

Check out the seires 8 trailer right here!

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bbcone:

"Clara tell me - am I a good man?"
The new Doctor lands, Saturday 23rd August on bbcone.

Surprise, the series 8 trailer is here! Head on over to BBC’s youtube channel to watch.

anna-sisk24601:

Happy Sonic Sunday everyone!

anna-sisk24601:

Happy Sonic Sunday everyone!

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30 Days of Doctor Who Day #23!

sylvscats-sherlokid-in-tardis:

What would your Time Lord name be? The Magician? The Carpenter?

Easy peasy.

The Musician!!!

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What would your Time Lord name be?

Doctor Who Tumblr Poetry Contest Giveaway…Thingy, Part Two

theendlesswonderer:

This would be where the serious entry goes.

Short and sweet and doesn’t rhyme, but it’s in iambic pentameter, so I hope the Bard would approve.


An Ode to the Companions

Live on, dear man, with spirit of the Wolf;
Live on, O Storm, and bravely walk the earth;
Live on, Time Lord, with strength, compassion, wit;
Live on, trav’ler, with deep, unending love;
Live on, rebel, and make each lifetime count—
Live on, Doctor, as they have lived for you.

In case you missed it, we’re having a contest!

jomeo:

Donna Doodle~

jomeo:

Donna Doodle~

Series 3 - Smith and Jones

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hallowholmes:

Day twenty-two: What songs would appear on your Doctor Who playlist? Make us a mixtape!

I have plenty of songs from Doctor Who or that I associate with Doctor Who that I love, but here are a few:

  1. This is Gallifrey, Our Childhood, Our Home- Murray Gold
  2. Traveling Man- Chameleon Circuit
  3. I Can’t Decide- Scissor Sisters
  4. All The Strange, Strange Creatures- Murray Gold
  5. Starman- David Bowie
  6. Silence and the End of All Things- Chameleon Circuit
  7. I Am The Doctor- Murray Gold
  8. THE DOCTOR WHO Fiftieth Anniversary Song- Steven Seller

And, of COURSE,  Every Doctor Who Theme- Various

What songs would appear on your Doctor Who mixtape? 

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doctorwho:

Being able to travel thorough all of time and space, The Doctor’s interacted with many real-life historical figures. From meeting Richard Nixon to fighting a Vespiform with Agatha Christie, he’s made a lot of important and famous friends.
But how has The Doctor affected their lives? How have these interactions shaped history without anyone even realizing it? Soon, we can get a peek at just one example with Doctor Who: The Shakespeare Notebooks. 

Newly discovered entries and drawings in William Shakespeare’s journals reveal for the first time the astounding relationship between the great Bard and the Doctor.
Since his first adventure in 1963, the Doctor has enjoyed many encounters with William Shakespeare. Now, BBC Books has rediscovered notebooks, long thought lost, compiled by the Bard in which he divulges the influential role the Doctor played in his creative life. Here are the original notes for Hamlet, including a very different appearance by the ghost; early versions of great lines (“To reverse or not to reverse the polarity of the neutron flow”); the true story of how the faeries of A Midsummer Night’s Dream were first imagined; stage directions for plays adjusted to remove references to a mysterious blue box; and much, much more.

Lucky for us, our friends at Harper Collins were nice enough to give us 10 copies to give away to 10 lucky Whovians.
In honor of Shakespeare’s impressive portfolio (approximately 4 poems, 38 plays, and 154 sonnets that we know of,) you can have a chance at winning a copy of Doctor Who: The Shakespeare Notebooks by posting your own Doctor Who-related poem/haiku/limerick/etc.
And it’s okay if you’re not the best at writing poems, because it can be as simple as:

Roses are red, the TARDIS is blue.This example is bad, how about a haiku? 

Sorry
Post yours in whatever format you’d like (text, recited in a video or audio post, drawn into a piece of fanart, etc.) using the hashtag #DW Poetry and we’ll randomly select 10 entries to win next week. We’ll be reblogging our favorites throughout the weekend, and the deadline is Monday, July 14th at 10AM EST. Good luck! 
And we’re so so sorry to people outside of the Fifty States, but this giveaway is only open to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States (including the District of Columbia.)
(PS, you can always get your own copy right here if you’d like) 

In case you missed it, we’re holding a contest! 

doctorwho:

Being able to travel thorough all of time and space, The Doctor’s interacted with many real-life historical figures. From meeting Richard Nixon to fighting a Vespiform with Agatha Christie, he’s made a lot of important and famous friends.

But how has The Doctor affected their lives? How have these interactions shaped history without anyone even realizing it? Soon, we can get a peek at just one example with Doctor Who: The Shakespeare Notebooks

Newly discovered entries and drawings in William Shakespeare’s journals reveal for the first time the astounding relationship between the great Bard and the Doctor.

Since his first adventure in 1963, the Doctor has enjoyed many encounters with William Shakespeare. Now, BBC Books has rediscovered notebooks, long thought lost, compiled by the Bard in which he divulges the influential role the Doctor played in his creative life. Here are the original notes for Hamlet, including a very different appearance by the ghost; early versions of great lines (“To reverse or not to reverse the polarity of the neutron flow”); the true story of how the faeries of A Midsummer Night’s Dream were first imagined; stage directions for plays adjusted to remove references to a mysterious blue box; and much, much more.

Lucky for us, our friends at Harper Collins were nice enough to give us 10 copies to give away to 10 lucky Whovians.

In honor of Shakespeare’s impressive portfolio (approximately 4 poems, 38 plays, and 154 sonnets that we know of,) you can have a chance at winning a copy of Doctor Who: The Shakespeare Notebooks by posting your own Doctor Who-related poem/haiku/limerick/etc.

And it’s okay if you’re not the best at writing poems, because it can be as simple as:

Roses are red, the TARDIS is blue.
This example is bad, how about a haiku? 

Sorry

Post yours in whatever format you’d like (text, recited in a video or audio post, drawn into a piece of fanart, etc.) using the hashtag #DW Poetry and we’ll randomly select 10 entries to win next week. We’ll be reblogging our favorites throughout the weekend, and the deadline is Monday, July 14th at 10AM EST. Good luck! 

And we’re so so sorry to people outside of the Fifty States, but this giveaway is only open to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States (including the District of Columbia.)

(PS, you can always get your own copy right here if you’d like

In case you missed it, we’re holding a contest! 




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