See When, And Where, Every Single Doctor Who Doctor Has Travelled

See When, And Where, Every Single Doctor Who Doctor Has Travelled

This massively detailed infographic has all sorts of Doctor Who TARDIS travel statistics.

"As we're sure you're all aware, time is like a big ball of wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey stuff... so with that in mind, the BBC Future team have produced this interactive infographic which shows the journeys of each of the Doctors, from First to Eleventh," writes the official Doctor Who Facebook page.

The infographic, which you can check out below (click to go through to the interactive version), shows exactly when and where each of the series eleven Doctors have traveled in the iconic TARDIS. Enjoy!

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The interactive timeline is massively detailed. You can click on a specific Doctor to view his travels, and then click on a specific travel to view clips from that episode. As well as that, it also comes with a bunch of TARDIS statistics, including the TARDIS's average journey length, and who the most well-traveled Doctor is.

It's a cool little thing for Doctor Who fans who are eagerly awaiting the launch of the latest series, which will feature Peter Capaldi replacing Matt Smith as the Twelfth Doctor.

Source: BBC

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It would appear that time is in fact a big ball of wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey stuff made of many different coloured threads.

I expected something like this to be more... messy. It's not nearly wibbly-wobbly enough.

Also, obligatory Tennant video;

It's an interesting graphic they have put together. If you're looking for something to do, it'll help to pass the timey-wimey.

TimeLord:
It would appear that time is in fact a big ball of wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey stuff made of many different coloured threads.

I expected something like this to be more... messy. It's not nearly wibbly-wobbly enough.

Also, obligatory Tennant video;

I actually read the first line of that in the Tenth Doctor's voice, then imagined the Eleventh Doctor coming in (Day of the Doctor style) and reading the second line in his voice in an indignant tone. Then I laughed, and then I realised I shouldn't laugh so loud because I'm at work. On my lunch break. Oh well.

I'll have a proper look at this later though, when I have time. It definitely looks very timey-wimey, and very interesting. It'll be cool to notice the time where he was in exile too, a small cluster perhaps of threads across a specific time range? I just wish that we could visualise things easily in four dimesnsions, then the BBC people could produce another diagram giving time and spatial details together ;D.

 

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