There are THREE Doctor Who Premieres on BBC America tonight: Companions Special, Third Doctor Special, Spearhead from Space

Because we’re not done with Doctor Who Premiere Weekend which apparently is now a thing, we have three new shows you should be ready for:

Doctor Who: The Companions - Sunday, March 31 at 7/6c

All-new special, Doctor Who: The Companions, premieres Sunday, March 31, 7:00pm ET/PT. As the Doctor’s newest companion, Clara Oswald, steps into the TARDIS, take a look back at previous companions that have won over the Doctor’s heart in Doctor Who: The Companions.  Along the way, companions old and new talk about how the show has changed their lives, and how they’ve never quite managed to leave the TARDIS behind. Matt Smith and David Tennant are joined by fellow contributors including John Barrowman (Captain Jack), Arthur Darvill (Rory) and Noel Clarke (Mickey).

Doctor Who Revisited: Third Doctor Jon Pertwee - Sunday, March 31 at 8/7c

Take an in-depth look at the third incarnation of the truly timeless Time Lord, who brought action and stunts to the series. With exclusive interviews with lead writer & executive producer STEVEN MOFFAT, executive producer CAROLINE SKINNER, Tenth Doctor DAVID TENNANT, Season Six guest star HUGH BONNEVILLE (Downton Abbey) and more

Classic Who: Spearhead from Space - immediately following ‘Revisited’

The TARDIS arrives on Earth in the middle of a meteorite shower and the Doctor is found by UNIT troops and taken to a nearby hospital. The Brigadier is faced with having to cope not only with the mysterious meteorites but also with Ransome, an ex-employee of a local plastics factory, who claims he has seen a walking mannequin.

doctor-icia:

Yes, Sir!

doctor-icia:

Yes, Sir!

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nickavv:

I love the Third Doctor, I’m gonna miss him when I finish his episodes

nickavv:

I love the Third Doctor, I’m gonna miss him when I finish his episodes

companionsofthedoctor:

Three days

companionsofthedoctor:

Three days

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DOCTOR WHO Revisited: JON PERTWEE - Mar 31 BBC AMERICA

2013 is DOCTOR WHO’s 50th Anniversary. Each month, BBC AMERICA takes the TARDIS back in time with Brand New Specials on all eleven Doctors.

This month, it’s Third Doctor JON PERTWEE!

Don’t miss the Premiere of the third DOCTOR WHO: THE DOCTORS REVISITED Special, plus the classic Third Doctor storyline “Spearhead from Space” *** Sunday March 31 at 8/7c *** only on BBC America.

Take an in-depth look at the third incarnation of the truly timeless Time Lord, who brought action and stunts to the series. With exclusive interviews with lead writer & executive producer STEVEN MOFFAT, executive producer CAROLINE SKINNER, Tenth Doctor DAVID TENNANT, Season Six guest star HUGH BONNEVILLE (Downton Abbey) and more! 

Then, in the story “Spearhead from Space,” a swarm of meteorites fall on the sleepy English countryside, bringing with them a terrible new threat to mankind: the Nestene consciousness - a disembodied alien intelligence with an affinity for plastic. The Doctor is forced to race against time, in order to stop humanity from being replaced by a generation of terrifying plastic replicas.

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BBC America on Tumblr: abitrudeandnotginger: Um I just found out that...

bbcamerica:

abitrudeandnotginger:

Um I just found out that in addition to the Bells of St. John airing next Saturday, BBC AMERICA IS BASICALLY DOING A DOCTOR WHO MARATHON ALL  WEEKEND WHAT

 

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This is 100% true.

The BBC America Doctor Who Series 5, 6, and 7.1 marathon begins early morning Friday, March 29.

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Also of note: there’s a Torchwood marathon beginning late Tuesday, March 26 and running all day Wednesday.

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And we’re premiering the new Doctor Who Third Doctor Revisited Special on Sunday, March 31.

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Cheers.

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3timescharm:

Doctor Who: Prisoners Of Time, Issue #3

3timescharm:

Doctor Who: Prisoners Of Time, Issue #3

liadt:

Ambassadors of Death. Let the picspam commence!

Third Doctor

Third Doctor

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savethewailes:

New Doctor Kawaii featuring KARATE DOCTOR!
http://doctorkawaii.com/comic/chop-chop/
Jon Pertwee Doctor did an awful lot of karate chopping in his time. 

savethewailes:

New Doctor Kawaii featuring KARATE DOCTOR!

http://doctorkawaii.com/comic/chop-chop/

Jon Pertwee Doctor did an awful lot of karate chopping in his time. 

notjustabook:

So, Ilwin had a bad day and I know she likes Jo and Three so I drew this for her. I know you’ve gone to bed now, dear, but at least you can see this in the morning and maybe you’ll be a little happier? :)

notjustabook:

So, Ilwin had a bad day and I know she likes Jo and Three so I drew this for her. I know you’ve gone to bed now, dear, but at least you can see this in the morning and maybe you’ll be a little happier? :)

Who gif fanart

incessantconfusion:

Been sitting in my folder for such a long time. 

Commission from Isidore.

Such a shame it was never completed due to stuffs happening.

Supposed to have all 11 doctors + Rose, Jack, Mickey, Donna, Martha,

Idris & the Ponds.

Terribly missing the other half! >w<)o!

 

the-writers-ramblings:

Celebrating March in style with the Third Doctor!

the-writers-ramblings:

Celebrating March in style with the Third Doctor!

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The cover for Doctor Who Magazine Issue 457

The cover for Doctor Who Magazine Issue 457

'Doctor Who' On The Moon: A History
Well, fairly complete anyway. You can’t blame the writers of Doctor Who for seeking inspiration from the moon from time to time. Frankly, when the entire universe, now and always, is your playpen for making up dramas, you’re going to occasionally cast about you for inspiration, seizing upon anything you can see and starting from there. We’re just lucky no one has seriously pitched an alien race that looks like a laptop on a desk with a big empty white page on its screen, although it’s bound to happen sooner or later.
So, here is a reasonably concise list of the times the Doctor has gone to visit the moon, or referred to the moon, or being involved in a thing that is influenced heavily by the moon. I say reasonably because a) this only applies to TV stories and b) I might’ve missed one, or two.
Let’s see, shall we?
Click through to Anglophenia

'Doctor Who' On The Moon: A History

Well, fairly complete anyway. You can’t blame the writers of Doctor Who for seeking inspiration from the moon from time to time. Frankly, when the entire universe, now and always, is your playpen for making up dramas, you’re going to occasionally cast about you for inspiration, seizing upon anything you can see and starting from there. We’re just lucky no one has seriously pitched an alien race that looks like a laptop on a desk with a big empty white page on its screen, although it’s bound to happen sooner or later.

So, here is a reasonably concise list of the times the Doctor has gone to visit the moon, or referred to the moon, or being involved in a thing that is influenced heavily by the moon. I say reasonably because a) this only applies to TV stories and b) I might’ve missed one, or two.

Let’s see, shall we?

Click through to Anglophenia




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