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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about Doctor Who.
See also changes related to Doctor Who, or pages that link to Doctor Who or to this page or whose text contains "Doctor Who".

Parent topics

  • Science fiction [r]: A story-telling genre that presents alternatives to what is currently considered scientifically possible or that extrapolates from present-day knowledge. [e]
  • BBC [r]: British state-owned radio and TV broadcasting organization founded in 1922 under Lord John Reith. [e]

Subtopics

  • TARDIS [r]: A time machine in the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. [e]
  • K-9 (robot dog) [r]: Fictional robot dog from the science-fiction series Doctor Who and several spin-offs; created by Bob Baker and Dave Martin. [e]

Actors

Doctors

Television
  • William Hartnell [r]: 1908-1975, English actor best known as the first to take on the lead role in the BBC science fiction series Doctor Who. [e]
  • Patrick Troughton [r]: 1920-1987, English actor best known as the second to take on the lead role in the BBC science fiction series Doctor Who. [e]
  • Jon Pertwee [r]: 1919-1996, English actor best known as the third 'Doctor' in the BBC science fiction series Doctor Who, and for the title role in Worzel Gummidge (1979-1981); well-known as a comedy actor. [e]
  • Tom Baker [r]: English actor best known as the fourth to take on the lead role in the BBC science fiction series Doctor Who, with the longest on-screen tenure as 'the Doctor' (born 1934). [e]
  • Peter Davison [r]: English actor best known as the fifth to take on the lead role in the BBC science fiction series Doctor Who, and for appearances in the 1978-1990 series All Creatures Great and Small (born 1951). [e]
  • Colin Baker [r]: English actor best known as the sixth to take on the lead role in the BBC science fiction series Doctor Who (born 1943). [e]
  • Sylvester McCoy [r]: Scottish actor best known as the seventh to take on the lead role in the BBC science fiction series Doctor Who (born 1943). [e]
  • Paul McGann [r]: English actor well-known for film and television roles such as in Withnail and I (1986) and Doctor Who (1996); in the latter he was the eighth actor to take on the lead role in this BBC science fiction series (born 1959). [e]
  • Christopher Eccleston [r]: English actor well-known for film and television roles such as in Elizabeth (1998) and Doctor Who (2005); in the latter he was the ninth actor to take on the lead role in this BBC science fiction series (born 1964). [e]
  • David Tennant [r]: Scottish actor who from 2005 to 2010 was the tenth to take the lead role in the BBC science fiction series Doctor Who; also well-known for various stage and screen appearances (born 1971). [e]
  • Matt Smith [r]: English actor who is the eleventh to take the lead role in the BBC science fiction series Doctor Who; also known for various stage and screen appearances (born 1982). [e]
  • Peter Capaldi [r]: Scottish actor, screenwriter and award-winning director best known for his role in the BBC political comedy The Thick Of It and for playing the title character in the British science-fiction series Doctor Who from 2013 (born 1958). [e]
Other productions

Companions

Spin-offs

Villains

Other related topics

  • Police box [r]: type of telephone box designed for contacting and supporting UK police, used from 1928 until the advent of police radios, and now only a few remaining; inspiration for the exterior shape of a famous time machine in BBC science-fiction series Doctor Who. [e]