Tag Archive | travel

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 beautiful scars that save

“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 […]

The Big Jump for Mr and Mrs Pond

In “The Angels take Manhattan” the adventures of Amy and Rory have finally come to an end. And in spectacular fashion! The morphing of the Weeping Angels into both cherub forms and that of a giant Statue of Liberty (who could zap you back into the past) was a most brilliant way to dispatch Doctor […]

Seeking a partner in crime . . . and adventure!

“Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.” (Matthew 7:7-8) . . . even the Tardis door! Donna’s second meeting with the Doctor bears testimony to her persistence. In this her second adventure with Tennant’s Doctor, we are introduced to the […]

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