Tag Archive | tardis lands
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 […]
“What’s that?” “What is the light?” “It’s beautiful!” Doctor: “The tracks of my tears . . . Time travel is damage, like a tear in the fabric of reality. That is the scar tissue of my journey through the universe, my path through time and space, from Gallifrey to Trenzalor. . . My own personal […]
Just a bit of fun!! (2 great TARDIS themed pieces of furniture). When you are done go read the post on Jesus, who is Bigger on the Inside.
“It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife,” wrote Jane Austen at the beginning of ‘Pride and Prejudice’; so we might well ask, “How much more, a single Time Lord in possession of two hearts?” C.S.Lewis, writing about ‘second meanings’ […]
In Series Five, Episode One, “The Eleventh Hour, Matt Smith’s first episode as the Doctor, the TARDIS arrives (with him in mid-transformation) crashing into the overgrown garden of Amelia Pond, age seven. He doesn’t know that Amelia has just been saying her prayers (to Santa Claus). “Dear Santa, thank you for the dolls, the pencils […]
“The girl in the fireplace” is one of the most tragic and romantic episodes of Tennant’s era as the Doctor. The Tardis lands on a spaceship 3000 years in the future. Within the ship there are many windows into Pre-Revolutionary France, and all of them focus on the life of Madame de Pompadour, royal mistress […]