Adric's TARDIS bedroom

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During his travels in the TARDIS, Adric had a bedroom. After his death, (TV: Earthshock) the room was inhabited by the newly arrived Vislor Turlough.

Whilst Adric lived it in he kept a star chart, a tribal mask, shelves of books and a desk with a chair. Turlough described it as looking like a kid's room. (TV: Terminus)


Following Autumn Tace's death and the Fifth Doctor's refusal to change time, Adric went to his bedroom. (AUDIO: The Star Men)

Tegan Jovanka went into Adric's bedroom uninvited whilst he was reading Dracula and asked him to fly the TARDIS to Heathrow Airport. (AUDIO: Zaltys)

After the Doctor kept him from joining the statues on an otherwise inhabited planet, Adric stayed in his bedroom for days until Nyssa managed to coax him out to finish a game of chess. (PROSE: Hearts of Stone)

On one occasion, the Doctor entered Adric's room and they had an argument in which Adric expressed that he was being teased and that the Doctor never found time for him, only when it was convenient for himself. The Doctor replied that he would try more in the future but Adric gave an example where he had not kept his promise to Tegan. The conversation continued outside his room and ended when Adric told the Doctor of his intentions to return to Alzarius, although this would never happen because of his death soon after. (TV: Earthshock)

The room was left untouched for a long period of time after Adric's death. (TV: Earthshock, Terminus)

When Vislor Turlough started travelling in the TARDIS, Adric's room was given to him (TV: Terminus) due to its proximity to the control room. (PROSE: Terminus) His first action of change was to get rid of some items that were messily placed on his bed. (TV: Terminus)

Turlough took being given a "dead boy's room" as a sign that the Doctor's companions would all die or leave the TARDIS, and the Doctor would continue without them. (AUDIO: Meanwhile Turlough)

The Doctor once visited Turlough in his room to ask him to leave the TARDIS so that he might reformat the interior dimensions. (AUDIO: Kiss of Death)

Adric's room was still saved deep within the TARDIS during the time of the Tenth Doctor, (COMIC: Tesseract) despite having been apparently deleted from the TARDIS holding ring in the Eighth Doctor's time. (AUDIO: Relative Dimensions)