I’m very pleased at the new (or rather improved) TARIDS interior for series 12 for several reasons. If you look at the Radio Times piece (Doctor Who’s TARDIS: an exclusive guide to the new changes) you get a sense of light and better use of space.
OK, it’s a promo from Big Finish for Ravenous 4 (released today) but it’s very well made and worth a quick peak. YouTube link here: What is inside the TARDIS? **< Message Ends >**
If you want another look at the new TARDIS, and learn a cool song about the Solar System (it’s aimed at school children), check out the BBC’s Science from the TARDIS.
Congratulations to CultBox writer Andrea Laford for her piece on NASA’s naming of a constellation as TARDIS. For full details, read her article: NASA names constellation for TARDIS. +++ Message Ends +++
It’s a bit smaller than some versions (do I remember one version was meant to be 100s of metres of shelving?), but Amazon is showing The Type Forty Instruction Manual for sale as of tomorrow (the 18th October, 2018). Full details on The Doctor Who Companion: COMING SOON: THE TARDIS TYPE 40 INSTRUCTION MANUAL. Well spotted Andrew…
So, series 11 is well under way now, and with the finding of the TARDIS, it’s all go for another set of adventures in space and time. There’s plenty to talk about and overall I didn’t like The Ghost Monument as much as the The Woman Who Fell to Earth, but still plenty to enjoy and talk about…
Following The Ghost Monument, the Thirteenth Doctor and her new friends are in the TARDIS. It’s a new look and if you want another chance to examine it and learn how it was created, here’s a chance: Everything You Need To Know: TARDIS. May include custard creams! +++ Message Ends +++