Other Doctor Who Sites


Tardis Eruditorum: A Psychochronography In Blue

Brilliant essays examining Doctor Who from an alchemal and philosophical point of view.

Adventures With the Wife in Space

A long-time fan convinces his wife to watch the entire series.  In order.  Ironically, his experiment defeates him more often and more resoundingly than it does her.  She also has some unusual and intriguing points throughout.  Tremendous fun to read.


With 784 episodes covering 224 stories, it's a gigantic show, and it's nice to have such a handy reference laying it all out.

The classic page includes a lot of technical info and credits, some behind-the-scenes paperwork, and reprints of the short, pithy, and very observant reviews from The Discontinuity Guide by Paul Cornell, Martin Day and Keith Topping, and the much more elaborate reviews from Doctor Who: A Television Companion by David J Howe and Stephen James Walker.

The modern page has lots of behind-the-scenes videos, pictures, and fancy graphics.

The complete behind-the-scenes story on every episode.  Incredibly absorbing.

Insanely detailed descriptions of the plot of every episode, as well as descriptions of every (official) book, short story, and audio drama ever written for Who.

Non-Doctor Who Blogs I Like

An awesome Science teacher says awesome things about awesome Science. (Science being capitalized in respect for her beliefs :))

Everybody loves this blog.  Because it's the best.

An aspiring screenwriter watches every move in the Criterion Collection, in order.  Fascinating stuff for movie buffs.