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The TARDISThe TARDIS

The TARDIS in the vortex.

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The TARDIS

IdrisIdris

The Ood stands guard while Idris is confined.

The Doctor and IdrisThe Doctor and Idris

The Doctor and Idris meet face-to-face.

The TARDIS on setThe TARDIS on set

A behind-the-scenes look at the TARDIS on set of "The Rebel Flesh."

Behind the scenesBehind the scenes

Behind-the-scenes with Rory in the TARDIS.

TARDIS: Time And Relative Dimensions In SpaceThe TARDIS is the preferred method of travel for Time Lords – it moves in mysterious ways, grinding and whirring through space and time. In the real world, will humans soon be catching space waves in London phone booths? 'I think if there’s one enormous draw for every child, every adult who’s ever watched "Doctor Who," it’s one simple sentence: It’s bigger on the inside than it is on the outside.” – Steven Moffat, 'Doctor Who' WriterTARDIS: Time And Relative Dimensions In SpaceThe TARDIS is the preferred method of travel for Time Lords – it moves in mysterious ways, grinding and whirring through space and time. In the real world, will humans soon be catching space waves in London phone booths? 'I think if there’s one enormous draw for every child, every adult who’s ever watched "Doctor Who," it’s one simple sentence: It’s bigger on the inside than it is on the outside.” – Steven Moffat, 'Doctor Who' Writer
Time Travel/Parallel UniversesAs a Time Lord, The Doctor can easily travel through time, in linear and non-linear direction, catching a nearby wormhole in his TARDIS. But outside the Whoniverse, will humans ever master time travel?'You could travel from one planet to another planet in a matter of seconds by traveling through a wormhole.' – Dr. Maggie Aderin-Pocock, Space Scientist   'Time travel into the future, that’s a snap. Time travel into the past? That’s hard. That’s reeeal hard.' –  Dr. Michio Kaku, Theoretical Physicist  'Our best theory of the nature of time is Einstein’s Theory of Relativity and that says it could be possible to travel back in time, provided you don’t change things and make them turn out any differently.' –   Dr. Jim Al Khalili, Theoretical PhysicistTime Travel/Parallel UniversesAs a Time Lord, The Doctor can easily travel through time, in linear and non-linear direction, catching a nearby wormhole in his TARDIS. But outside the Whoniverse, will humans ever master time travel?'You could travel from one planet to another planet in a matter of seconds by traveling through a wormhole.' – Dr. Maggie Aderin-Pocock, Space Scientist   'Time travel into the future, that’s a snap. Time travel into the past? That’s hard. That’s reeeal hard.' –  Dr. Michio Kaku, Theoretical Physicist  'Our best theory of the nature of time is Einstein’s Theory of Relativity and that says it could be possible to travel back in time, provided you don’t change things and make them turn out any differently.' –   Dr. Jim Al Khalili, Theoretical Physicist
“Of course I was. I wanted to see the Universe so I stole a Time Lord and I ran away.” – Idris/The TARDIS“Of course I was. I wanted to see the Universe so I stole a Time Lord and I ran away.” – Idris/The TARDIS
A TARDIS in LeadworthA TARDIS in Leadworth

The TARDIS in Amy's Leadworth home backyard.

The Dream LordThe Dream Lord

The Dream Lord inside the TARDIS.

Eknodine and the TARDISEknodine and the TARDIS

The Eknodine in human form attacking the TARDIS.