The TARDIS.

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Bonkers.

Doctor Who Series 7: Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS

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I made up the name TARDIS from the initials, Time And Relative Dimension In Space. I thought you’d both understand when you saw the different dimensions inside from those outside.

-Susan Foreman, An Unearthly Child

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Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS

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Doctor Who as a bookseries: Series 7|Episode 10| Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS

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Doctor Who as a bookseries: Series 7|Episode 10| Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS

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We’re in trouble, Clara. Proper trouble. 

We’re in trouble, Clara. Proper trouble. 

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Eleven and Clara

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now that’s just showing off

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This ship is infinite.

Doctor Who Series 7: Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS

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here we go

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A list of the voices heard in 'Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS'

When the Encyclopaedia Gallifreya ‘leaks’ and we hear knowledge ebbing from its container, you might just be able to catch the familiar voice of Timothy Dalton – in other words, Rassilon himself from The End of Time.

Immediately after Bram tries to dismantle the TARDIS console we hear an audio mosaic of lines from previous episodes– some more clearly than others… We initially catch the Doctor’s granddaughter, Susan, from An Unearthly Child, revealing how the initials of TARDIS stand for Time and Relative Dimension in Space. Also from that story, towards the end of the sequence, you can hear one of the people she was addressing – Ian Chesterton – expressing his astonishment at the nature of the ship! The clips from that scene are taken from:

• An Unearthly Child, episode 1. (see above)

• Colony in Space, episode 1. The Third Doctor explains to Jo Grant that the TARDIS is dimensionally transcendental.

• The Robots of Death, episode 1The Fourth Doctor discusses trans-dimensional engineering with Leela.

• The Doctor’s WifeThe TARDIS asks if ‘sexy thing’ is her name!

• RoseThe Ninth Doctor assures Rose that the assembled hordes of Genghis Khan couldn’t get through ‘that door’.

• The Beast BelowAmy Pond reflects that she is in space…

• Smith and JonesMartha Jones struggles to understand the TARDIS.

For more details on this weekend’s episode check out the Fourth Dimension post from the BBC Doctor Who site.

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the voices from the TARDIS in Journey to the centre of the TARDIS episode

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Production artwork for Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS.

See more at the BBC Doctor Who site.

The BBC Doctor Who site has posted two new galleries of storyboards from this weekend’s episode of Doctor Who: Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS

See Gallery 1 here, Gallery 2 here.




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