The First Doctor
Exactly what it says on the tin. Before this chap, there was no Doctor. William Hartnell first portrayed The Doctor in 1963 as sometimes jovial, occasionally curmodgeon, super clever elderly gentleman who would sometimes stray into the territory of bumbly Mr Magoo. He travelled around space and time with his granddaughter, then dumped her in post-apocalyptic London and went off on more adventures on which he solicited the company of a number of surrogate granddaughters. What a dude!
Four-and-a-bit Doctors battle Cybers, a chap in silver spandex and a Time Lord conspiracy in the 20th Anniversary Special
Mark Gatiss’ DOC-u-drama is a heartfelt glimpse at the origins of Doctor Who
The Tenth, Eleventh and War Doctor battle Daleks, smooch a Zygon and seemingly prove that the gun is mightier than the pen in this glorious Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special
The Great Intelligence employs those chaps from Buffy and a Back-To-The-Future letter to lure The Doctor to Trenzalore
Two doctors refuse to regenerate, then get into some scraps, then regenerate after all. It’s pretty great.
The First and The Second join The Third on an adventure in an anti-matter universe for the Ten Year Anniversary of Doctor Who
It all started out as a mild curiosity in a junkyard. Time to review the highlights and low-points of The First Doctor.
Multiplying Daleks and surveillance fruit on the planet Vulcan? I’m in.
Cybermen make their first appearance on Doctor Who, and William Hartnell his last (for a while), in this legendary classic serial.