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

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jacket4dbumbag:

Something I noticed while watching ‘An Adventure in Space and Time’.

Google+ reviews of Telephone Police Box on Earl’s Court Road.

See earlier: TARDIS easter egg found in Google Maps

professornef:

You guys!!!

Go on google maps!

It’s amazing!!!

There’s a TARDIS easter egg on Earl’s Court Road in Google Maps.

See the police box here. Jump right into the TARDIS here.

Google Maps Has An Incredible Doctor Who Easter Egg. 

Hey, you know how it is. One minute you’re walking down a London street, minding your own business, when you accidentally step into a police call box and all of a sudden you’re inside the TARDIS and the Doctor has enlisted your help fighting aliens. I hate when that happens.

Click here.

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Speaking of Doctor Who Easter Eggs…
The Doctor Who Facebook Page has a Monster Eggs Voting Thing happening over on Facebook this week.
To enter, simply create your own Doctor Who inspired Monster egg and upload your photo via their app. They actually have some handy tips on the ‘Instructions’ page on how to make them.
Photo submission closes at 23.59pm GMT (7:59pm EDT) tonight (Monday 1st April) and you may upload one photo a day until the closing time.
On Tuesday 2nd April they will then choose a gallery of favourites and then it goes to a public vote.





Monster Eggs
Here’s a cracking idea for some Easter fun!





Doctor Who Adventures magazine are getting ready for Easter with their super-scary Monster Eggs!
After Easter we’ll then put up a gallery of our favs and you can vote for which is you think is the most eggggggggscellent!

Speaking of Doctor Who Easter Eggs…

The Doctor Who Facebook Page has a Monster Eggs Voting Thing happening over on Facebook this week.

To enter, simply create your own Doctor Who inspired Monster egg and upload your photo via their app. They actually have some handy tips on the ‘Instructions’ page on how to make them.

Photo submission closes at 23.59pm GMT (7:59pm EDT) tonight (Monday 1st April) and you may upload one photo a day until the closing time.

On Tuesday 2nd April they will then choose a gallery of favourites and then it goes to a public vote.

Monster Eggs
Here’s a cracking idea for some Easter fun!

Doctor Who Adventures magazine are getting ready for Easter with their super-scary Monster Eggs!

After Easter we’ll then put up a gallery of our favs and you can vote for which is you think is the most eggggggggscellent!

Copy of Harry Potter in Doctor Who Series 1: The End of The World

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elinious:

quidditch-queen:

hogwartsneverwrote:

careline18:

Did anyone EVER notice that there is Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone in  the glass cabinet? X’DDDDDDDDDDDDD

PRECIOUS EARTH ANTIQUE! How could the BBC resist?
Cute because Zoë Wanamaker who plays Lady Cassandra was Madam Hooch in the film adaptation of the book pictured above.

perfect

Oh my God, I never noticed! This is awesome.

Doctor Who is seriously made by the best people in the world :’)

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questionsleftunanswered:

In Doctor Who Series 4 The Stolen Earth, Ianto in Torchwood has the same striped mug that Benedict and Martin both have in that picture from the set of Sherlock.
Boom. Connected Doctor Who, Torchwood, and Sherlock. I nearly fell over when I saw the mug.

questionsleftunanswered:

In Doctor Who Series 4 The Stolen Earth, Ianto in Torchwood has the same striped mug that Benedict and Martin both have in that picture from the set of Sherlock.

Boom. Connected Doctor Who, Torchwood, and Sherlock. I nearly fell over when I saw the mug.

Hidden message uncovered on official Doctor Who website

An intriguing hidden message has been uncovered on the official Doctor Who website!

Under the Fourth Dimension tab on the episode guide for The Impossible Astronaut, you’ll notice that each of the facts has one of its words marked out in italics. Put these words together and it reads:

“All the secrets you seek can be found here on the web”…

We suppose the only thing to do is go and search the official site! Let us know if you find anything below. Thanks to TSG for sharing the discovery in our episode discussion!

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