Since the series returned in 2005, the Doctor’s adventures have been getting more grandiose every season, so how could a ‘bottle’ show for the Time Lord bring something new?
Russell T. Davies and his creative team have always loved introducing the Doctor and his companion to someone famous from Earth history — William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens and Queen Victoria to name but a few — and now he and Donna are about to meet one of the most famous writers of the 20th Century.
Who’d have thought that The Doctor would have had a daughter, though this is no ordinary child and is she a Time Lord?
The Doctor always likes to show off when he gets himself a new companion, but this time he bites off a lot more than he can chew.
Doctor Who returns for its fourth season (since its regeneration), and after losing Rose, Martha and Astrid, the Doctor discovers that an old friend wants to be his new travelling companion.
The season comes to a dramatic end as the Doctor faces the only other Time Lord in the universe, but will the Master get the upper hand?
The Doctor reunites with an old friend but he also makes a shocking discovery that will change him forever as the season heads towards a dramatic finale.
With intergalactic and time travelling killers on his tail, the Doctor has to become human to evade their capture but when the threat returns, can he give up the life he has made for himself and the woman he loves?
Doctor Who meets 24, as the Time Lord and his beautiful assistant play out a ‘real time’ science fiction drama.
After battling his greatest enemy in the past, the Doctor returns to modern day Earth to take Martha home, but he can’t stay out of trouble for too long.
After setting a really high standard with the first two episodes of the new season, can Doctor Who keep up the momentum or will it come to a grinding halt?
One of the series most ambitious episodes, the Doctor and Martha travel back to the time of Queen Elizabeth I, but is this the series’ Hamlet or is it much ado about nothing?