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    Doctor Who

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    Introduction Doctor Who is a British science fiction series, which has been one of the most successful television projects of the past fifty years. It has became an iconic image of British culture, influencing several generations of its fans and popular culture in general. A main premise of the series is to follow a humanoid alien time traveller, Doctor Who, who, while traveling through time and space, aids humanity, and encounters various alien races and experiences varied adventures. This programme

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    British television show “Doctor Who” that is all possible, well maybe not the living for 1,500 years. “Doctor Who” has had a huge and ever growing following since its debut in 1963. Some people have known the show since its debut, but the entire show has seen a huge increase in interest since its revamp in 2005. “Doctor Who” started in 1963 but it was originally started as an educational show for children (BBC) The first actor to play the role of the doctor was William Hartnell, who was the only child

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    Doctor Who communicates the story of a mysterious character named the Doctor. He is a time lord—not human. He is an alien who has assumed the body of a human and is capable of traveling in time. The majority of his actions are salvific and sacrificial with the end result being people saved from their oppressors. He always has a companion to accompany him on his journeys and they travel to many places. All time lords have the innate ability to regenerate if they die. However, they will end up taking

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    The 10th Doctor: Doctor Who?

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    forms of entertainment. One television show by the name of Doctor Who has grabbed the attention of Syfy lovers everywhere. There are many great characters that come and go, but one is constant and his name is the Doctor. The 10th Doctor is recognized as the favorite Doctor not only for his unique personality and appearance, but his adventures with his companions and his odd equipment as well. The 10th Doctor was regenerated from the 9th Doctor. It changes his appearance and personality, but his wisdom

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    This essay will attempt to illustrate the role of science-fiction serial Doctor Who in British culture, comparing the classic series (aired from 1963 to 1989) with the new one (airing from 2005) by analysing the “birth” of Doctor Who in 20th century and its “regeneration” in 21st. Far from being just a filler in Saturday evening show schedule, Doctor Who became a cult not only in Britain but in the whole world, emerging as a model for all the sci-fi series to come. Throughout the years, the “Whoniverse”

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    The 10th Doctor “What is your name?” said a all metal man know thew out space and time at a cybermen in a robotic monotone voice, and a man says back to the cybermen “I am The Doctor”. The Doctor? Who is the Doctor? This name comes for a science fiction British television show call Doctor Who. Doctor Who is about a time-lords the last of the time-lords, a time-lords is a time traveling humanoid alien that survives on two hearts, they are genius, they know anything and everything about the universe

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    room regardless of where you are? If so, then you would be the Doctor, well almost except the Doctor’s chameleon circuit board in his ship is broken so he has to travel around in a small blue police box called a Tardis, but hey no worries, it’s bigger on the inside. This is the setting for one of the world’s most famous sci-fi television series. If you already knew all this, then you are probably a Whovian or at least know one. Doctor Who has been around for 50 years and is now broadcast in 94 countries

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    Doctor Who History

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    Doctor Who started running on November 23, 1963 and hasn’t stopped since. Fifty years of adventure have given us hundred of stories, twelve Doctors and too many monsters to count. Since the Doctor started running there have been many firsts and lasts, comings and goings, tearful farewells and exciting new beginnings. March 1962 was the first time the British Broadcasting Channel’s (BBC) new Head of Drama, Sydney Newman, came up with the idea of Doctor Who. Between March 1962 and June 1963 the BBC

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    Madeline Kodelja WSG 210 A Favorite Thing April 7, 2014 The Doctor and his Companions: Negative Gender Roles I have always enjoyed watching science fiction. I started watching Star Wars before I started kindergarten and have been adding more movies and shows to my list of favorites since. Movies, like The Matrix, Star Trek, and Prometheus, that are about traveling across space, learning about new and different places, and saving the world, have always attracted my attention and usually earn my

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    Doctor Who Paper

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    The episode I chose to analyze is Doctor Who’s “Blink”, which is the third season’s tenth episode. Doctor Who first premiered on November 23, 1963. The show was cancelled in 1989, but resurfaced in 2005 with the première of its first episode “Rose”. Doctor Who is prominent for being a sci-fi show that expands throughout all of time and space. The scenery in each episode changes, causing many audiences to experience a brand new world in each episode. Doctor Who is a long-running show on the BBC that

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