The past week we celebrated the 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who. No small feat indeed. Here at OneOfUs we were very pleased with the episode and you can read our review here.
But we had a lot of content that week in the celebration and in the vortex haze of excitement it was very easy to miss some of the equally great additional content that was provided as part of the celebration. So, here is a run down on everything in case you missed it or just want to watch it again.
An Adventure in Space and Time
An intimate portrayal of the origins of the series and how original Doctor brought the beloved Doctor to life. Check out our review of this extremely touching special here.
Doctor Who: The Ultimate Guide
Matt Smith and Jenna Coleman celebrate the 50th anniversary of the space-travelling Time Lord and take an in-depth look at the history of the show including a look at each incarnation, villains, companions and more.
The Culture Show: Me, You and Doctor Who
Lifelong fan Matthew Sweet explores the cultural significance of the BBC’s longest running TV drama, arguing that it’s one of the most important cultural artefacts of modern Britain. Put simply, Doctor Who matters.
The Science of Doctor
Professor Brian Cox takes a trip in Time and Space Brian and reveals the science behind the spectacle and explains the physics that allows Doctor Who to travel through space and time. Fun, but filled with real science, it’s a special night for Who fans as well anyone with a thirst for understanding.
Doctor Who at the Proms
The Doctor always makes a splash when he is at the proms, and this is no different. Featuring music from the series including lots of classic inclusion this will definitely touch the heart strings and proves why the Doctor Who music is so good.
Who Made Who
Doctor Who took over the radio too and in this radio 4 special Tracy-Ann Oberman, comedy star and sometime Doctor Who enemy, celebrates the minds behind a Time Lord. Featuring The Reunion, Dance of the Daleks and Whatever Happened to Susan?
The Five(ish) Doctor’s Reboot
With the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who about to film, the ‘Classic’ Doctors are keen to be involved. But do they manage it?
The Light at The End
The Classic Doctor’s Reuninte in the Big Finish anniversary episode. You can read our review here!
Behind The Lens
A quick yet insightful look into the making of the fiftieth Anniversary!
This week Doctor Who was everywhere and there was more even than this including Matt Smith and David Tennant on the Graham Norton show, Jenna Coleman on blue peter and dozens of other interviews relating to the special episode.What was your favourite memories from the 50th Anniversary? comment below.