Martha & Ten

Spreading the message of the Man who saves

At the end of series 3, we learn many important facts about the Doctor as he faces the maniacal Master and tackles his desire to rule the world. One thing we learn is that the Doctor chose his own name. Unlike the Master, who is bent only on dominating others (and chose a most appropriate […]

Two Natures, One Heart

‘I don’t think scare crows knock!’ The episodes ‘Human Nature’ and ‘The Family of Blood’ (3:8, 9) are my favourites. David Tennant won the Constellation Award for Best Male Performance in a 2007 Science Fiction Television Episode for the two-part story and I won’t argue with that. Tempting as it is to retell the entire story […]

The power of a name

The Shakespeare Code (3/2) is Martha’s first time-travelling adventure with the Doctor. She’s already tried space travel, not by choice but because the hospital she worked in was plucked from earth and dumped on the moon. (You see, the Judoon were seeking justice against a blood sucking alien disguised as an old woman. A classic […]

The Doctor’s advice – in fast forward

This is a bit of fun, for those of you who remember Human Nature/Family of Blood in Series 3. We get to hear what Tennant actually said during the fast forwarded section. Enjoy!

How much does the Doctor love his daughter?

The Doctor had been a parent before. He lost all that a long time ago. On the planet Messaline he was forced to become a parent again, this time to a generated anomaly, “Jenny”. But she was more than a daughter of the machine, bred as a soldier, to fight in a war. She really […]

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