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The curse of the timelords

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New Who Companions

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inspired by (x)

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❝The loneliest people are the kindest. The saddest people smile the brightest. The most damaged people are the wisest. All because they do not wish to see anyone else suffer the way they do.❞ [x]

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@classicdw: Happy Birthday to the fabulous @ManningOfficial AKA Jo Grant :)

@classicdw: Happy Birthday to the fabulous @ManningOfficial AKA Jo Grant :)

Shows reflect life and society. Things have changed and Doctor Who has changed, too. The companions today are there to challenge the Doctor, to contribute. They are intelligent, gutsy, strong, positive role models. Do I think there is room to change further? Yes. I’d love to see the Doctor be a woman one day, or a different ethnicity. It’s one of the major strengths of the show. The Doctor can be anything.
Freema Agyeman in Doctor who? The timelord’s companions since 2005 have their say | Television & radio | The Guardian
The most important way that Doctor Who changed my life was that David became a good friend. We went on to work together in the theatre, and I recently saw him in Los Angeles. The Doctor Who love in the States is huge. More than anything I’ve done, it will live on – because the fans keep all things Doctor Who alive.
Catherine Tate in Doctor who? The timelord’s companions since 2005 have their say | Television & radio | The Guardian

Doctor who? The timelord’s companions from the 80s and 90s have their say

Doctor who? The timelord’s companions from the 80s and 90s have their say

Doctor who? The timelord’s companions from the 60s and 70s have their say - The Guardian
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Doctor who? The timelord’s companions from the 60s and 70s have their say - The Guardian

This is good. Give it a read.

Video: The Guardian interviews Doctor Who’s companions on life inside the TARDIS

Six of the actors who have played Doctor Who’s companions - Billie Piper (Rose Tyler), Karen Gillan (Amy Pond), Freema Agyeman (Martha Jones), Louise Jameson (Leela), Katy Manning (Jo Grant) and Carole Ann Ford (Susan Foreman) - discuss their experiences of the long-running BBC TV sci-fi show

The Guardian will also have interviews with even more companions in tomorrow’s (September 28) Weekend Magazine.

Video: The Guardian interviews Doctor Who’s companions on life inside the TARDIS

Six of the actors who have played Doctor Who’s companions - Billie Piper (Rose Tyler), Karen Gillan (Amy Pond), Freema Agyeman (Martha Jones), Louise Jameson (Leela), Katy Manning (Jo Grant) and Carole Ann Ford (Susan Foreman) - discuss their experiences of the long-running BBC TV sci-fi show

The Guardian will also have interviews with even more companions in tomorrow’s (September 28) Weekend Magazine.

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tv meme: 5 tv shows 

☞ [1/5] doctor who

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Oh my sweet lord

Every lonely monster needs a companion

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