Shut up. Shuttety up up up. And go rob a bank.
A doctor of art
Doctor Who was always meant to be partly educational. So it's only natural, as we begin a new Doctor's era, that we here at Tardis attempt a little education — provided from our brand new Doctor. Here, in a short video from the Tate Museum, former art student and Oscar® winner, Peter Capaldi, delves into the mysteries of the surrealist movement.
Brand new Doctor, same old rules
We define spoiler to be any information — be it narrative or behind-the-scenes — which surrounds any story in any medium that has not yet been released. It doesn't matter if the source is The Sun or the British Broadcasting Corporation — it's a violation of our policies to write about un-released stories, or the casting and crewing of those adventures.
Remember, we're not a news site. We're an encyclopaedia. Our focus is on what has already happened in the DWU, not what is to come.
In order to uphold this policy in 2014, we will occasionally have to restrict editing to only those people who have accounts. If you want to guarantee yourself the ability to edit once Peter Capaldi starts his run, we strongly recommend that you sign up for a totally free account today.
For clarity, information about the second episode of the series is not allowed before 30 August 2014 at roughly 9pm BST.
This means that even if you're lucky enough to see the first episode in cinemas during the World Tour period, you can't edit about it here until after its BBC One premiere.
Dig deeper with this wiki's content:
By subject: Characters • Locations • Technology • Species
By series: Doctor Who • Torchwood • Sarah Jane • K9
Doctor Who is a "family franchise", which means there's something in it for all ages.
It does not mean that all content is appropriate for all ages.
Doctor Who, Torchwood, The Sarah Jane Adventures, K9 and Company, K9 "the TARDIS", the sonic screwdriver, psychic paper, the Daleks, the Cybermen, the K9 prop — and all characters, concepts and situations described and displayed on this wiki— are © and or ™ the British Broadcasting Corporation, BBC Worldwide, Metal Mutt Productions and/or their individual creators and licensees. No infringement of any entity's legal rights is intended. Strenuous effort is made to ensure that only low-resolution still images — and videos released by copyright holders in their public social media channels — are uploaded here, so as to protect the copyright holders' legitimate interests. In simpler language: we're just fans doing our best to catalogue the franchise we love, without hurting the financial position of any of its owners.
This wiki contains spoilers. Read at your own risk.
Article of the minuteTreasure Trail was a 1976 Fourth Doctor/Sarah Jane TV Comic story that was a pure historical set in the waning days of World War II. Although many other Doctor Who stories were set during the Second World War, Treasure Trail was unusual for portraying the Italian resistance, and was almost certainly the only Doctor Who story in any medium to depict the Nazi plunder of European art. Read more ✍
Don't like this article? Reload the page for another one!
Quote of the minute
Do you know your assistant directors? Sure, you might be able to rattle off directors — but how's your knowledge of the people who are really on the front lines of Doctor Who production. Read more about the working class stiffs who go by the enigmatic titles of 1st AD, 2nd AD and 3rd AD.
Loading RSS data...
If you're new to wikis, it might be helpful for you to take note of the concept of categories. Categories are the principal organizing tool on a wiki, allowing users to group information in ways that can ease the discovery of information. All the pages on our wiki are found, ultimately, in just four big "super categories". If this is your first visit here, please go to Floor 500 for a discussion of the way our wiki is organized. ✍
The latest forum discussions
Quick stats about this wiki
Software: MediaWiki 1.19.18 • Pages: 129,235 • Edits: 1,741,740 • Active editors: 410 • Admins: 26