John Barrowman owns a Dalek he can ride around his house. The 49-year-old actor played Captain Jack Harkness in 'Doctor Who' and spin-off 'Torchwood' and fell in love with the sci-fi series so much he splashed out on one of the fictional...
A teenager who has spent six years' worth of pocket money buying 1,500 pieces of Doctor Who memorabilia says that her collection is now worth almost £10,000. Sophie Clark, 17, started collecting back in 2010 but has now been banned as her mum claims her life-sized Daleks and aliens are taking over their house.
When you're always the smartest guy in the room, it can be hard not to lose patience with the little people sometimes. Or at least, that's the Doctor's excuse for his frequently less than perfect bedside manner.
Pokémon Go doesn't really need to be any more popular. There's many (many, many, many) a person out there hunting Pokémon. But Patrick Ness, author and showrunner on Doctor Who spin-off Class, might just have found a way to take your Pokedex to a whole new level - thanks to a certain Time Lord.
This August we've dedicated ourselves to investigating those pesky shape-shifting Zygons. The Zygons can mimic the appearance of other living creatures, which can leave you flummoxed as you try to distinguish the original from the Zygon. On a number of occasions we've seen people come face-to-face with themselves, as we try to work out who's human and who's a metamorphic, sucker-covered alien from Zygor.
It seems that more than a few of you are alighting on here after seeing my name in Doctor Who Magazine. You're probably looking for the Doctor Who-related articles rather than all that stuff about sixties pop music and Camberwick Green, so here's a handy set of links all in one page...
You've seen him outsmarting dinosaurs on spaceship. You've even seen him bust into to Gallifrey with an electric guitar. But you haven't enjoyed an episode where the Doctor stabs a deer dressed as a bee over a sitar soundtrack. Until now. It's all thanks to Doctor Who: The Bollywood version, your new favourite video on the net.
If the Beast from Beauty and the Beast is secretly a Time Lord - as one fan convincingly argued this week - then how many more of Gallifrey's finest might have been hiding in plain sight all these years?
Channelling the spirit of summer school holiday classic Why Don't You?, Den Of Geek decided its writers should just switch off their television sets and go out and do something less boring instead. That thing would be to construct a home-made Dalek to the best of their abilities, using a budget of £5* and items purchased at their local pound shop.
Actor Matthew Waterhouse, who played the role of the young native from the planet Alzarius, has certainly come a long way since his time on the long-running science fiction series. The now 54-year-old shot to fame on Doctor Who when he played the plucky sidekick to Peter Davidson and Tom Baker's incarnations of the time travellers between 1980 and 1982.
Since I got into Doctor Who, I've been increasingly fascinated by the process of writing for the Doctor. Not necessarily the words he says or the adventures he gets into, but the general understanding of the character and of the specific take on the role by the actor playing him.