What happens in the Doctor The Widow and the Wardrobe?
Synopsis. Christmas Eve, 1938. Madge Arwell comes to the aid of an injured Spaceman Angel, the Eleventh Doctor, who promises to repay her kindness – all she has to do is make a wish. Three years later, Madge escapes war-torn London with her two children for a dilapidated house in Dorset. via
Where was the Doctor the Widow and the Wardrobe filmed?
Doctor Who special “The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe” was filmed in Cardiff & Newport in the United Kingdom. via
How many Dr Who Christmas specials are there?
All ten Christmas specials of the relaunched sci-fi adventure drama featuring David Tennant, Matt Smith and Peter Capaldi as the regenerating Time Lord. via
What is the doctor's real name in Gallifreyan?
The Doctor's real name is given as a "mathematical formula": ∂³Σx². via
Who was Doctor Who 2010?
Series 5 of Doctor Who ran between 3 April 2010 and 26 June 2010. It starred Matt Smith as the Eleventh Doctor, Karen Gillan as Amy Pond and Arthur Darvill as Rory Williams. The series opened with The Eleventh Hour and concluded with The Big Bang. via
Who is the 14th Doctor?
Olly Alexander, the pop singer and actor who this year shone brightly in the Russell T Davies drama It's a Sin, is reportedly set to be the next lead in Doctor Who. On Sunday the Sun said Alexander was thrashing out final details with the BBC to succeed Jodie Whittaker and become the 14th Doctor. via
Who is the next Doctor Who 2021?
Incumbent Doctor Jodie Whittaker has confirmed she'll be back for season 13, reuniting with Chris Chibnall for a new series of adventures – their final outing as star and showrunner, respectively. via
Why did David Tennant leave Doctor Who?
Deciding to move on after making the role his own, the Scottish actor didn't want to "outstay" his welcome, saying: "It would be very easy to cling on to the TARDIS console forever and I fear that if I don't take a deep breath and make the decision to move on now, then I simply never will." via
Is Clara Oswald immortal?
In Clara Oswald's final season as companion in Doctor Who, the character died, yet somehow still became immortal. The Doctor would find different versions of Clara throughout his timeline, and this was eventually revealed to be due to an incident with the Great Intelligence on Trenzalore. via
Is Clara a Time Lord?
This would strongly echo the Season 6 revelation that River is Amy and Rory's child. And that would make Clara a Time Lord, which would explain her numerous incarnations, apparent centuries of longevity, and ability to repeatedly return from the dead. via
What is Doctor's IQ?
The IQ of the average American physician falls somewhere between 120-130, putting most doctors in the Very Superior Intelligence category on a standard IQ test. via
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Why did Doctor Who take a year off in 2009?
The specials were produced in lieu of a full series in 2009, to allow the new production team for the programme to have enough time to prepare for the fifth series in 2010, in light of Russell T. Davies' decision to step down as showrunner. via
Why was Doctor Who Series 7 Split?
Series 7 was spread out across two years for multiple reasons. Among them: Reducing the intense workload for cast and crew, not crashing with the big BBC olympics coverage in mid-2012, budget cuts, Sherlock and the added weight through the 50th anniversary celebrations. via
Why is the Tardis different in Season 7?
The big differences in this console room design was the contra-rotating time rotor. The large circular features at the roof of the console room revolved suggesting that the TARDIS was computing the time co-ordinates and setting a course through time. via
Who was Dr Who in 1970?
Season 7 of Doctor Who ran between 3 January 1970 and 20 June 1970. It starred Jon Pertwee as the Third Doctor, Caroline John as Liz Shaw and Nicholas Courtney as Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart. The season opened with Spearhead from Space and concluded with Inferno. It consisted of four serials and twenty-five episodes. via