by Beth Axford Dear Doctor, Down here on planet Earth we like to celebrate things. In the turbulent times we’re living in, it’s easy to forget the amazing things we … Continue reading International Friendship Day: My Friend the Doctor
By Beth Axford It’s the beginning of the year. The weather is gloomy, the world of politics is rife with anger and confusion and a new series of Doctor Who … Continue reading Doctor Who Quotes to Live By
“I have a duty of care.” These words spoken so often by the 12th Doctor are what immediately spring to mind when I reflect over this week’s episode of Who. … Continue reading The Spirit of Rosa by Samantha Harden
From the moment I happened upon Matt Smith dipping fish fingers into custard on an iTunes promotion, I knew I would love Doctor Who. But I wasn’t prepared for how … Continue reading Companions in Color by Samantha Harden
The Doctor Who historical has been around since the very beginning of the show, with the very first story, An Unearthly Child being set in the pre-historic era. Since then there have been many … Continue reading Women in our history books: But where are they in Doctor Who? by Emma Jones
Can you believe it’s been ten years since The Stolen Earth aired? Neither can we! Something we love in particular about this series are the companions all uniting in a … Continue reading The Women of Time: How do companions feel about each other?
By Kezia Newson & Beth Axford 60s Doctor Who is full of charm, wonderful stories and amazing characters. We’re obsessed with the fabulous women aboard the TARDIS and their amazing … Continue reading Doctor Who Look book: 1960s Companions
Since starting this all-female Doctor Who blog, it’s fair to say we’ve taken a lot of flak from all corners of the fandom. Our aim for The Time Ladies and … Continue reading Why Exclusive Spaces Should Be Inclusive: Gender Equity in Doctor Who