Jokes, the Dalek ranks,
Clipart, and a selection of
images, are all here.
Did you know...
- JELLY BABIES were invented to celebrate the
end of the first world war and were called 'Peace Babies'.
In the second world war they were not produced due to lack
of raw materials. They returned as 'Jelly Babies' in 1953.
- 3,000,000 jelly babies are eaten every week.
- Some americans think that Jelly Babies were invented for Doctor Who.
- The Doctor has offered jelly babies to everything from a
policeman to a skull.
- Like celery, jelly babies have healing powers towards Time Lords.
Research has shown the most favoured jelly baby
Got it in one!
You knit a hat, I'll knit a scarf.
Doctor, Doctor, I feel like an overgrown pepperpot!
Don't worry, all daleks seem to have this condition.
Doctor, Doctor, I keep feeling that "Doctor Who" really exists!
Yes, Yes, I'd love to stay and chat but I have to fix my TARDIS.
Here is where you will find all the Doctor Who things that I have two
of, that I am willing to sell. Currently this list comprises of two
Doctor Who and the Time Warrior, (Book)
by Terrance Dicks,
based on the BBC TV serial by Robert Holmes,
His spaceship crippled in an inter-stellar battle, the Sontaran
warrior, Linx, is forced to crash land on earth. He arrives in the
Middle Ages, a time too primitive to provide the technology he needs
to repair his ship. Allying himself with the local robber chief, Linx
uses his powers to 'borrow' scientists and equipment from twentieth
Doctor Who tracks down the missing scientists and
journeys into the past to save them. But can he defeat the ruthless
Linx and his savage human allies before the course of human history
is changed forever?
Doctor Who and the Paradise of Death, (Book)
by Barry Letts,
based on the BBC radio serial firts broadcast
'Apparently the thigh bone had been bitten clean through -
with one snap of the teeth.'
'There isn't a creature on Earth
capable of doing that!'
After a skirmish with an alien warrior
in the Middle Ages, Sarah Jane Smith's life as a journalist in Croydon
seems rather tame. Sje decides to track down the enigmatic character
who took her back in time; with the Doctor, a good story is never far
away. Her intuition pays off. The Doctor and UNIT are called to
investigate a grisly murder at Space World, a futuristic new theme
park. Tagging along, Sarah and her new colleague Jeremy soon find
themselves facing huge crab-like creatures, mind-controlling devices
and vicious flesh-eating beetles. And those are just the attractions...
Doctor who theme tune & variations:
1. Done on the pianoforte
2. The one you're probably hearing
3. Like N°1, but faster and with
4. A sad version
5. Quite a short one
6. This one is great!
7. Slow, calm, and slightly sad
The Dalek Ranks
A lot of people think, "Daleks are just Daleks, oh yes,
and their's that supreme one." Here are their actual ranks.
*These daleks are either the
same one, different members of the high concil, or the same post
just different generations. This Dalek is a sort of mission
commander. Please note that while the Gold Dalek is planet commander
in "Day of the Daleks", the black Dalek was not in "The Dalek
invasion of Earth", because, as the doctor said, they had not
taken over the planet merely for conquest.
||What they are
||Imperial Dalek version|
||Emporer||The Dalek emporer, as seen in
"The Evil of the Daleks"||Davros|
||Member of High Council
||Supreme Dalek, Dalek Supreme, Black Dalek.*
||Planet Commander||Gold Dalek
||Senior Dalek||Work commander, Saucer
commander, Group Leader||None|
||Normal Dalek||All normal Daleks,
and all those with different arms, i.e. pincer, seismic
detector, pyroflame, etc. And stationery Guard Daleks,
that can probably rotate, as seen in the time machine in
"The Chase"||White Dalek with Gold colourings.|
||Slave||Natives of conquered planets.
||You could say the inhabitants of Necros|
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