Doctor Who ( Doctor Who ) is a Televised series British of Science-fiction in 679 episodes 26 minutes (including 255 in black and white), 15 45 minutes episodes and a 90 minutes episode, created by Sydney Newman and Donald Wilson and diffused November 23rd 1963 with the December 6th 1989 on the network BBC One. In France, the series was diffused starting from the March 12th 1989 on TF1.
SynopsisThis series reports the adventures of the Doctor, a Extraterrestre, a lord of time originating in the Gallifrey planet, which travels on board a TARDIS (Time and Relative Dimensions In Space), a machine being able to travel in space and time.
The TARDIS with the appearance of a cabin of police force (typically British construction resembling a phone box), the system of camouflage having remained blocked. Like all the lords of time, it has thirteen lives, which explains its capacity to change body when it is close to death.
In the beginning, exiled his planet, the Doctor is, in the new version, the last survivor of his race, destroyed by the Great War of time against Daleks, the worst enemies of the Doctor. The Doctor thus travels in time and space accompanied by Compagnon S, human or not.
- William Hartnell: The Doctor (1963-1966)
- Patrick Troughton: The Doctor (1966-1969)
- Jon Pertwee: The Doctor (1970-1974)
- Tom Baker (VF: Jacques Tool bag) : The Doctor (1974-1981)
- Peter Davison: The Doctor (1981-1984)
- Hake Baker: The Doctor (1984-1986)
- Sylvester McCoy: The Doctor (1987-1989)
- Paul McGann: The Doctor (1996)
Companions of the first series
- Carole Ann Ford: Susan Foreman
- Jacqueline Hill: Barbara Wright
- William Russell: Ian Chesterton
- Maureen O' Brian: Vicki
- Peter Purves: Steven Taylor
- Adrienne Hill: Katarina
- Jean Marsh: Sara Kingdom
- Jackie Lane : Dodo Chaplet
- Anneke Wills : Polly Lopez
- Michael Craze: Ben Jackson
- Frazer Hines: Jamie McCrimmon
- Deborah Watling: Victoria Waterfield
- Wendy Padbury: Zoe Heriot
- Caroline John: Liz Shaw
- Katy Manning : OJ Grant
- Elisabeth Sladen: Sarah-Jane Smith
- Ian Marter: Harry Sullivan
- Louise Jameson: Leela
- Mary Tamm : Romana (1st incarnation)
- Lalla Ward: Romana (2nd incarnation)
- Matthew Waterhouse: Adric
- Sarah Sutton: Nyssa
- Janet Fielding : Tegan Jovanka
- Mark Strickson: Turlough
- Nicola Bryant: Perpugilliam Brown
- Bonnie Langford: Melanie Bush
- Sophie Aldred: Ace
- Christopher Eccleston : The Doctor (2005)
- David Holding: The Doctor (2005 -)
Companions of the second series
- Billie Piper : Pink Tyler (2005-2006)
- Catherine Tate: “The bride” (2006; 2008-)
- Freema Agyeman: Martha Jones (2007-2008)
- Paul McGann: The Doctor (1996)
First seasonThese characters appear several times during the season.
the Doctor : Lord of the 900 years old time, the Doctor is the owner of the TARDIS. Its planet of origin, Gallifrey, was devastated by the war of the time during which Daleks were opposed to the Lords of time. All those of its race were destroyed and he is the last survivor of the war of the time to which Rose puts an end in the episode To crossroads .
Rose : Human young person, Rose becomes acquainted with the Doctor in the first episode of the season. Indeed, continued by mannequins in plastic equipped with life, the Doctor saves the life to him and explodes its work place. Thereafter, it will undertake research on this mysterious character to find it. When she reaches that point, she will help it to save planet of an alive plastic invasion. When Doctor proposes him to follow it, it refuses but when he adds that the TARDIS also travels in time, she decides to accompany it. She will leave the crew of the TARDIS against her liking in the episode Adieu Rose .
Mickey : Human. Boyfriend of Rose, it refuses to follow it, she and the Doctor in their voyages, which appear too dangerous to him but does not hesitate to help them when the Earth is in danger. It will follow them during some épidodes of the second season.
Jackie : Mother of Rose, it worries for her daughter who disappears with extraterrestrial and who is always allocated to the improvist. In spite of its attempts to keep Rose with it, Jackie accepts the choice of his/her daughter and lets it leave without trying to retain it.
Captain Jack : Extraterrestrial met in Funny of dead , it will follow the doctor and Rose until the episode To crossroads . Its memory was erased by the Agents of the time for which it worked and it always seeks what occurred during the years that one has flights to him. Captain Jack is bisexual and kissed besides Pink and the ninth Doctor at the time of the final episode To crossroads . It is the first diffusion of a bisexual kiss of the series.
Adam : Human, it meets Rose and the Doctor in Dalek , where he is a young researcher, he agrees to follow the doctor by curiosity. But in interminable Play , it accepts an operation which sets up to him a valve on the face which opens if one opera hat the fingers. It agrees to undergo this operation only by will “to fly” of information of the future world to grow rich. The Doctor thus brings back it at his place and gives up it with its own problems (had with the valve).
Daleks : Enemies of long time, Daleks (D) appear in the episode Dalek . They have the shape of a turned over plastic cup but have powerful weapons. Moreover, their armor confers a very great protection to them. They will remake an appearance in the episode With crossroads .
Slitheen : Other “malicious” of the series. These green monsters carry like a costume the skin of some their victims. They appear in the episodes Humanity in danger , Third world war and the explosion of Cardiff .
Harriet Jones : Appointed of Flydale North, it appears in the episodes humanity in danger and Third world war .
First season (2005)1 (1- 1) : Rose ( Rose )
2 (1- 2) : The End of the world ( The End off the World )
3 (1- 3) : Unsatiated deaths ( The Unquiet Dead )
4 (1- 4) : Humanity in danger ( Aliens off London '')
5 (1- 5) : Third World war ( World War Three '')
6 (1- 6) : Dalek ( Dalek )
7 (1- 7) : An interminable play ( Long The Range )
8 (1- 8) : Father's Daies ( Father' S Day )
9 (1- 9) : Funny of dead ( The Empty Child '')
10 (1-10) : The Doctor dances ( The Doctor Dances '')
11 (1-11) : The Explosion of Cardiff ( Boom Town )
12 (1-12) : The Large Malicious Wolf ( Bad Wolf '')
13 (1-13) : With crossroads ( The Parting off the Ways '')
Except season (2005)14 (Except season-2) : The Invasion of Christmas ( The Christmas Invasion )
Second season (2006)15 (2- 1) : A new Ground ( New Earth )
16 (2- 2) : A royal Werewolf ( Tooth and Claw )
17 (2- 3) : The School of the meeting again ( School Meeting )
18 (2- 4) : The Chimney of times ( The Girl in the Fireplace )
19 (2- 5) : The Reign of Cybermen (1st part) ( Small channel off the Cybermen )
20 (2- 6) : The reign of Cybermen (2nd part) ( Old The off Steel )
21 (2- 7) : The Hysterical of the television ( The Idiot' S Lantern )
22 (2- 8) : The Planet of the Devil (1st part) ( Impossible The Planet )
23 (2- 9) : The Planet of the Devil (2nd part) ( The Satan Pit )
24 (2-10) : L.I.N.D.A ( Coils & Monsters )
25 (2-11) : London 2012 ( Fear Her )
26 (2-12) : The Army of the shades ( Army off Ghosts )
27 (2-13) : Good-bye Rose ( Doomsday )
Except season (2006)28 (Except season-3) : Titrate French unknown ( The Runaway Bride )
Third season (2007)29 (3- 1) : The Law of Judoons ( Smith and Jones )
30 (3- 2) : Gained sorrows of love ( The Shakespeare Codes )
31 (3- 3) : The Congestion without end ( Gridlock )
32 (3- 4) : The final experiment (1st part) ( Daleks in Manhattan )
33 (3- 5) : Genetically modified Dalek (2nd part) ( Evolution off the Daleks )
34 (3- 6) : Eternal youth ( The Lazarus Experiment )
35 (3- 7) : Elvis or Beatles ( 42 )
36 (3- 8) : When Alien becomes human (1st part) ( Human Nature )
37 (3- 9) : Return in the present (2nd part) ( The Family off Blood )
38 (3-10) : Whining angels ( Blink )
39 (3-11) : Utopia ( Utopia )
40 (3-12) : Who type the drums ( The Sound off Drums )
41 (3-13) : The last lord of time ( Last off the Time Lords )
CommentsTrue series worship in the United Kingdom, Doctor Who is the series of the longest science fiction of the history of British television. Oddly, this series with humor very british was only one confidential success in France.
Several actors being succeeded to interpret the role of the Doctor, the production had found an easy way to make these changes credible: indeed, the Doctor had faculty to regenerate himself when it was seriously wounded, taking a new intact appearance and a new personality but having his memories.
An episode of the series, City off Death , was turned to Paris in 1979. There are scenes turned on the Eiffel Lathe and in front of Notre Dame.
The episodes of the first series Doctor Who were written by a great number of different scenario writers among whom: Terry Nation, Henry Lincoln, Douglas Adams, Robert Holmes, Terrance Dicks, Refusals Spooner, Eric Saward, Malcolm Hulke, Christopher H. Bidmead, Stephen Gallagher, Brian Hayles, Chris Butcher, Marc Platt and Ben Aaronovitch.
The third season of the new series finished being diffused in Great Britain and a fourth season prepares with the return of Catherine Tate (Gave in special Christmas of 2006) like companion.
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See also: New and novels of Doctor Who
:Dr. Who against Daleks ( Dr. Who and The Daleks ) of Gordon Flemyng with Peter Cushing, Roy Castle
:Daleks invade the Earth ( Daleks Invasion Earth 2150 ) of Gordon Flemyng with Peter Cushing, Bernard Cribbins
See also: Doctor Who Comics
- Doctor Who (FASA)
- Time Lord (Carol Publishing Group)
Card deck to be collected
- Doctor Who Collectible Card Range (1996)
- Dalek Attack on Windows
2006: Torchwood created by Russell T. Davies, in 2007: The Sarah Jane Smith Adventures also created by Russell T. Davies and possibly K-9 Adventures .
- Official site of the series
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