There is a war inside my core.
I hear it fight, I hear it roar.

(Source: doomslock)

minduiquitelikehope:

"she used to shine with light…”

burntlikethesun:

All those facts and figures I saw of the Doctor’s life, you were never alone. All those bright and shining companions.

gallifreyanconsultingdetective:

One of my favourite shows:

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One of my least favourite shows:

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Do you see my problem

giffingdoctorwho:

Requested by lastlordoftime | Tenth Doctor with lyrics from Death and All His Friends by Coldplay

↳ “I don’t want to battle from beginning to end, I don’t want to cycle or recycle revenge”

thiswandcouldbealittlemoresonic:

Doctor Who Fest: Day 12

↳ Favourite Parallel in Doctor Who: The Doctor Teaching His Companions to Make a Stand

becks28nz:

"i remember worrying on the day we shot this scene that as I was actually a projection from inside the Tardis my hair shouldn’t be blowing in the wind.

That seemed terribly important at the time, and although we didn’t find a solution to it, it bothered me for weeks. Then I saw the finished scene and of course all that matters is the end of the Doctor and Rose’s story. Russell had weaved some glorious magic for two seasons and it all came together so perfectly in this scene that people still talk to me about it with misty eyes all these years later (and I suspect they always will.)”

-David Tennant, SFX Magazine

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"A lesson we learned on Series One was that we hardly ever have a red herring, in an Agatha Christie way—we never take the viewer up a story cul-de-sac in order to make them think something’s happening when in fact it’s something else. But there’s a big difference there between your red-herring-story-cul-de-sac and actually having a story which takes you in unexpected directions. And I know that’s because Russell feels that very deliberate red herrings somehow make you distrust the show and the storyteller—they feel as if they’re putting a joke over on the viewers rather than taking them on an exciting story journey."
— Helen Raynor (Script Editor), Doctor Who: The Inside Story (via popscockleswescanhaves)

(Source: itakemymenlikefinewine)

oodlyenough:

god it’s so consistently funny to me that steven moffat unwrote the time war because the doctor would neeeeeeeeever and yet s8 is being branded as ‘omg who is the doctor!!! is he even a good man! so much darkness so much hatred!!!’

how can one person be so bad at storytelling and yet be so lauded for it

make me choosekingslyers & anon asked:  Amy or Rose?