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Welcome to the Tardis! We've regenerated.
This is the main wiki for the beloved BBC action-adventure and science-fantasy franchise Doctor Who... alongside spin-offs like Torchwood, The Sarah Jane Adventures, Class, and so many others.

We've now gone independent! See announcement for details.
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Your cosmic joyride awaits
Following the 60th anniversary specials and The Church of Ruby Road, the TARDIS is now home to Ncuti Gatwa's Fifteenth Doctor and Millie Gibson's Ruby Sunday, still under the watchful eyes of Russell T Davies's Bad Wolf crew. Click below to find out more!
New to Who?

Intimidated by the long history of Doctor Who? No need. You'll be able to jump right in with the next season, come springtime, and enjoy it as a brand new show! These four concepts are probably all you'll actually need.


If you want to know more, check out our guides on Doctor Who!
Explore the Whoniverse!
Doctor Who isn't the only series set in the Whoniverse to air on TV. Check out some others!

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Further down the rabbit hole, Alice?
Want to know more than the surface level? Consider looking into some of these ongoing non-TV series.

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Step Back in Time
Click a bubble to find out more about a section of Doctor Who's 60-year expanded media history.

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Transmats
Want to know more about the worlds of Doctor Who? Check out some of these specially designed landing pages!
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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.

There's more than just TV

You can certainly choose to enjoy Doctor Who as purely a television series. But did you know that there are far more stories told in the comic and audio form than exist in the whole television catalogue? Luckily, there's no such thing as canon in this fandom. So you can enjoy exactly the kind of Doctor Who you prefer. And we'll be here to cover it all!

Take a trip in the memory TARDIS!
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Tales of the TARDIS is the first new spin-off to join the Whoniverse on BBC iPlayer. Each episode comprises a classic Doctor Who story edited into one omnibus-style episode, bookended by new scenes featuring members of the original cast in "a remembered TARDIS". It's a great place to start dipping your toes into Doctor Who's older stories, or to revisit old favourites!

Running from the Black Guardian?
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Try out a random article from the Tardis Wiki! Like the Fourth Doctor's randomiser, this will take you anywhere in time and space... mostly Earth in the 20th or 21st centuries. Who knows what you'll find?

Listen to the Doctor and friends!
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Big Finish's main range of Doctor Who audio stories features the adventures of mainly the Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Doctors, complete with large casts, sound effects and scores. Though some original-to-audio companions are occasionally used, the line typically features the original lead actors seen on television.

Stripped for Action!
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The Night Walkers concluded the tale of the Second Doctor living in Time Lord-enforced exile in London for a few months prior to becoming the Third Doctor. Much of the story stressed how he had actually become a celebrity and was appearing on a television game show when the Time Lords finally caught up with him to impose the final punishment mentioned — but never quite seen — in his last televised story.

Enter the Game Station
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Doctor Who and the Mines of Terror was a 1985 platform video game released for the BBC Micro and other gaming computers. The game featured the Sixth Doctor, traveling with a robotic cat companion named Splinx, attempting to stop the Tremas Master from disrupting the universe.

Who is the Doctor?

Curious about the Doctor's many incarnations? Click a face below to learn about one of the Doctor's numbered regenerations!
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