The Day of the Doctor

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stand-up-and-fight-daleks asked: the war doctor or professor yana?

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"You’re the one to save us all."

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‘Doctor Who’s Day Roundup: BAFTAs, Ukes & Comic Books

Well, if this doesn’t prove that Doctor Who has the most loyal, active and passionate fanbase in the business, what will? At Sunday’s BAFTA TV awards, the Doctor Who 50th anniversary special “The Day of the Doctor” won the Radio Times Audience Award, the only trophy of the night that is voted by the public.
Doctor Who faced stiff opposition from enormously popular shows like Breaking Bad, Gogglebox, The Great British Bake-Off and Broadchurch (which won three awards, and is basically a sibling show anyway, given that four of its stars—David Tennant, Arthur Darvill,David Bradley and Olivia Colman—have all made high-profile appearances in the show and it was written by Chris Chibnall, Doctor Who and Torchwood script writer). But in the end, the combination of Matt Smith, David Tennant AND John Hurt, with that little extra kick from Tom Baker at the end, was enough to secure a comfortable win.
Doctor Who executive producer Faith Penhale, who accepted the award with director Nick Hurran and producer Marcus Wilson, told Radio Times that it was a “really, really special moment for the show.” (x)

From Anglophenia, which also has its own Tumblr!

‘Doctor Who’s Day Roundup: BAFTAs, Ukes & Comic Books

Well, if this doesn’t prove that Doctor Who has the most loyal, active and passionate fanbase in the business, what will? At Sunday’s BAFTA TV awards, the Doctor Who 50th anniversary special “The Day of the Doctor” won the Radio Times Audience Award, the only trophy of the night that is voted by the public.

Doctor Who faced stiff opposition from enormously popular shows like Breaking Bad, Gogglebox, The Great British Bake-Off and Broadchurch (which won three awards, and is basically a sibling show anyway, given that four of its stars—David Tennant, Arthur Darvill,David Bradley and Olivia Colman—have all made high-profile appearances in the show and it was written by Chris Chibnall, Doctor Who and Torchwood script writer). But in the end, the combination of Matt Smith, David Tennant AND John Hurt, with that little extra kick from Tom Baker at the end, was enough to secure a comfortable win.

Doctor Who executive producer Faith Penhale, who accepted the award with director Nick Hurran and producer Marcus Wilson, told Radio Times that it was a “really, really special moment for the show.” (x)

From Anglophenia, which also has its own Tumblr!

trouble-will—find-me:

Over more than the past year I’ve been working on this side project of making a poster for my favourite television series, Doctor Who. The piece was designed to commemorate 50 years of the show. Each character was hand drawn and then placed into the computer, layered together and then all coloured as one piece. The poster is A2 size.

If you want to check out the process work for it all have a look at my facebook page on the link below. Please like it too I would greatly appreciate the support :)

www.facebook.com/CraigSuttonCreative

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Happy Easter!

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fangirlquest:

Show: Doctor Who
Episode: The Day of the Doctor (50th anniversary special, 2013)
Location: Chepstow Castle, Wales (on Google map / our location post)

More Doctor Who photos: Our previous sceneframing sets 1, 2, 3, photos from filming set: 1 (Matt Smith), 2, 3 (Peter Capaldi), photos from the 50th celebration event.

laughingsquid:

Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special Credits Recreated in the Style of ‘Friends’

The making of The Day of the Doctor (full episode) - Doctor Who Behind the Lens

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josephgribbin:

Special poster I did for the 50th anniversary :D

caeruls:

Here’s my contribution to the Day of the Doctor.
Happy 50th Birthday Doctor Who!

Please watch full size.

I don’t know how to post wide pictures
[Copic Markers + Coloured Pencils + Watercolours]

Gallifrey Falls No More.

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The first episode of Doctor Who aired at 5:16 PM on November 23, 1963.

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“The Day of the Doctor” turned out to be serious, too. It revolved around the use of a genocidal weapon by the Time Lords—possibly, even, by the Doctor himself—against their mortal enemies, the Daleks, a race of fascist maniacs whose rallying cry is “Exterminate!” This weapon, we were told, was so powerful that it had become self-aware. “How do you use a weapon of ultimate mass destruction,” one character asks, “when it can pass judgment on you?” The room was silent—not a single sonic screwdriver whirred. That’s the genius of “Doctor Who”: in it, silliness and seriousness, death and vitality, the ludicrous and the real are all squeezed together. It’s bigger on the inside than it is on the outside.
An Anniversary Party for ‘Doctor Who’ : The New Yorker

From Doctor Who: The Five Doctors

From Doctor Who: The Five Doctors

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