#DOCTORWHO | #DOCTORWHODAY- 53 Years anniversary – all the regenerationS for the moment from 1963 in Coal Hill, 76 Totters Lane ……

Today, it’s been the fifty third year anniversary of “Doctor Who” as it all started with BBC’s innovative Television Writer Verity Ann Lambert, -OBE, which was the founding producer, writer for one of the iconic Science Fiction series older than Star Trek, she was producer of Doctor who (1963-1965)..

Also apart from the iconic Blue Police Box, seen first in that warehouse in Coal Hill, on that episode “Unearthly Child’ featuring the first Doctor – Mr. Foreman- William Hartnell, his Granddaughter- Susan Foreman – Carol Anne Ford, with her two Coal Hill teachers, Barbara Wright- Jacqueline Hill, Ian Chesterton- William Russell.. …. One other of many iconic processes of the series, is the regeneration process in where the initial Galiferyian body of the Time lords, have a self-repairing process in which the Body regenerates newly in the same or different gender or age cycle.. In which in the process gives a more innovative approach on the actor/actress input of what their Doctor would be like in inheriting the previous back storyline when it time to regenerate.. .. As from William Hartnell, Doctor from 23rd November 1963 to the present ..who is your favorite Doctor, and why…?

William Hartnell (The Tenth Planet – 1966)
Patrick Troughton (The War Games – 1969)
Jon Pertwee (Planet of the Spiders – 1974)
Tom Baker (Logopolis – 1981)
Peter Davison (The Caves of Androzani – 1984)
Colin Baker (Time and the Rani – 1987)
Sylvester McCoy (The TV Movie – 1996)
Paul McGann (The Night of the Doctor – 2013)
John Hurt (The Day of the Doctor – 2013)
Christopher Eccleston (The Parting of the Ways – 2005)
David Tennant (The End of Time – 2010)
Matt Smith (The Time of the Doctor – 2013)

Peter Capaldi- (The presently current Doctor)


DOCTOR WHO #CLASS | Sneak peek of episode one- “you’re all in grave Danger… “–April

In the neighborhood township of Coal Hill there’s always something going on… Especially one school becoming an Academy in particular where it all started with a past student- Susan Foreman- Carole Ann Ford, and two teachers, Ian- William Russell and Barbara-Jacqueline Hill, with Mr. Foreman- William Hartwell- The Doctor whom in adventuring in the process of Time and space.. As well with one local teacher Clara Oswald-Jenna Coleman, “Doctor who” whom was the recent adventurer whom acquired her own Type 40-TARDIS with a manual…..

In this we see Physics Teacher, Ms. Quill- Katherine Kelly, with Charlie- Greg Austin with some sort off firing a weapon at something threatening, while fellow student April-Sophie Hopkins warns the fellow Coal Hill Academy students during Prom or homecoming formal the impending danger that about to come towards that hall…

As “BBC Three Class” is set in the same neighborhood, that once adventured Sarah Jane Smith- Elisabeth Sladen a companion of the Doctor…..now occupy a new storyline with students whom experience premise takes place in Coal Hill Academy, where it all began in 1963, or the present place actually, with a group of students from the academy sort off noticing strange things, anomalies, shadows are occurring within the confines of the neighborhood where  thinking this series takes places decade or more or less after when Clara left off from the Trap Street, Raven incident…  it sets around with a group of teenagers in their late senior years of sixth form, where they have to deal with everyday common teenage attributes, friends, parents, homework, girlfriends, boyfriends issues, sex… also noticing the walls of Time and Space have stretch so thinly at Coal Hill, noticing it more is Physic Teacher Ms Quill-Katherine Kelly..  With Nigel Betts whom reprises role as Mr Armitage whom was from Into the Daleks episode among with more of The Caretaker, and Dark Water…

The series in which is set to air, screen on BBC three on 22 October 2016 –For Tonight we might Die, with the following The couch with the Dragon Tattoo, written by Patrick Ness….. For a eight episode series…  then following will be screen on BBC one.. This series takes on real life issues, also written just as darkly as Josh Wheldon’s Buffy the vampire slayer writing style where it’s penned, written darker than any other teenage premise series, like it penned written like Steven Moffatt’s Sherlock, and Mr Hyde.. yes that Darken written..