Doctor Who Day celebrates the long-running science-fiction show produced by BBC, which was aired on November 23, 1963 with the episode titled “Unearthly Child”. Doctor Who was originally designed to be a family educational television show that focused on history and science. It incorporated different eras, historical events, and science as means of entertainment. It did not include aliens until a bit later. The essence of the show is following a Time Lord, known as the Doctor, going on numerous adventures through time and space with his trusty human companions.
How Doctor Who Day Unites People
The beginnings of Doctor Who are in England, the home of this long-running sci-fi television show. It became a staple of its pop culture and, it transcended into the lives of people all over the world. Television unites people by having a specific time and date to when episodes air. It gives the opportunity to people from all over the world to discuss an episode, it lets them share what they love and what they dislike all at the same time. People can end up debating with people from a country at the other side of the world, they can make friends, and partake in events that are in honor of a show. Doctor Who has a massive fanbase, and it has its own conventions, events, merchandise and clubs. People who attend can feel like their part of a large community that shares their interests.
Interesting Facts about Doctor Who
Main Doctor Who Actors: William Hartnell, Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, Tom Baker, Peter Davidson, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, Christopher Eccleston, David Tennant, Matt Smith, Peter Capaldi, Jodie Whittaker, and John Hurt (as the War Doctor).
Doctor Who is the longest running sci-fi show on television. It is now considered a classic.
There are 97 Doctor Who episodes missing.
It has various spin-off shows, such as Torchwood (2006-2011) and The Sarah Jane Adventures (2007-2011)
Gallifrey is located in the constellation of Kasterborous.
Time Lords have two hearts.
The Sonic Screwdriver first appeared in “Fury from the Deep” in 1968. It functions by sending waves that dismantles or fixes equipment and it even unlocks sealed paths.
The TARDIS (Time and Relative Dimension in Space) is supposed to disguise itself to fits its environment, however it has been broken. Now, it is seen as blue police box. It is dimensionally transcendental. The ongoing joke on the show when someone see’s it for the first time is “It’s bigger on the inside.”
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