This new Doctor will give us some fresh stories, guaranteed. I, for one [of many], can’t wait to see the new Doctor in action.
I’ve said this before, and fans of Doctor Who will agree; this program has taught me to accept change. You have no choice. You accept the change or you no longer have the Doctor in your life. Sure you can rewatch the entire breadth of the DW library, while that is enjoyable and it definitely a thing that I do regularly, I also love fresh takes on the character and new stories.
Love it [like me] or hate it [a waste of time and energy], this is our new Doctor. 👉 BBC’s 13th Doctor Reveal Video
It’s a rough time to be a Doctor Who fan. Having only two new Christmas specials to tide us over between November 2015 and April 2017 is certainly trying, but the fact that the classic series aren’t available to stream is even more frustrating. I own all the DVDs, sure, but it’s hard to recommend new fans to get into the older stuff when the discs are out of print and there’s nowhere to legally watch it. That’s changes now with the announcement that BBC Worldwide and ITV’s joint global subscription service BritBox will be the home to the largest Classic Who collection ever. Launching Tuesday, April 4, BritBox will offer 550 episodes of existing classic Doctor Who stories, spanning from 1963 to 1989 and covering the first seven Doctors. As there are currently 597 extant episodes, BritBox will launch with the majority. And soon, the audio of the 97 “lost” episodes (i.e. the ones that are missing from the BBC archives) will be available as well, so even if you can’t see some of the older
Source: Massive Classic DOCTOR WHO Library Comes to Streaming (EXCLUSIVE) | Nerdist
Earlier today I delved back into some old audio adventures, beginning with Hornet’s Nest. Back in 2009, the BBC released some new Doctor Who adventures starring Tom Baker. They were, and still are, amazing! Age had not dulled Tom’s portrayal of the age old Time Lord one bit. I began to relisten to these because I am planning on purchasing more of these types from the good people at Big Finish Productions. I’ve already purchased a few, years ago. Their quality is on par with that of the BBC releases, perhaps even better, and they have a vast library of shows to choose from.
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