Patrick Troughton

‘Doctor Who’s Day Roundup: Deep Into The TARDIS

Let’s not beat about the bush: the most exciting thing that has happened this week was the interview Steven Moffat gave at the Gallifrey One convention, in which he reveals that an entire set has been created to show the rest of …

‘Doctor Who': A Companion To The Second Doctor

Before we get into the complexities of the Second Doctor as a character, let’s pause a moment to consider the dilemma on the hands of Doctor Who‘s producers in 1966, when it became clear that William Hartnell, the lead actor …

‘Doctor Who’ On The Moon: A History

You can’t blame the writers of Doctor Who for seeking inspiration from Earth’s moon from time to time. Frankly, when the entire universe—now and always—is your playpen for making up dramas, you’re going to …

‘Doctor Who': The Fury Of A Time Lord

There are two personality quirks that unite all eleven Doctors to date. One is that they all share a whimsical sense of humor (although some are less keen to display it than others), and the other is their respective tempers.

Life Outside The TARDIS: Patrick Troughton

Whovians will tell you Patrick Troughton was the first Doctor to fully develop the character of the Doctor that we’re all familiar with today, making him flighty and mischievous, after William Hartnell’s stern, patrician …