Last updated:

8 July 2001
HELLO AND WELCOME TO THE ZERO ROOM

A WEBSITE DEDICATED TO DOCTOR WHO
This site has news and articles about the Doctor Who Universe. Additionally, it has things such as fan art and fiction. Also, exclusive to this site, there is an original comic strip.

Additionally, there is a message board upon which you can post your thoughts about the good Doctor and an opinion poll, where your views are sought on Doctor Who related issues.

Finally, there's a chat room where you can get together and talk to like minded fans!

The site is a work in progress for me! I would appreciate any comments or thoughts you have on how it can be improved.  Feel free to
contact me
Alternatively, you can sign my guestbook and let me know what you think of the site.
At 5.16pm on 23rd Novemeber 1963, a British telvision series started that would change the face of science-fiction. That programme was called Doctor Who. Originally meant to run for just 13 weeks, it went on to become the longest running science-fiction series in the world. It run from 1963 to 1989, spanning some 26 seasons.

As a Time Lord the Doctor can regenerate up to 12 times. He is currently in his eighth incarnation.

Eight actors have played the role of Gallifrey's most famous son,
The Doctor.

The Doctor has travelled throughout time and space in his time machine - known as the
TARDIS (Time and Relative Dimensions in Space). Due to a fault in it's chameleon circuit, it is stuck in the form of a battered blue British police box,. However, the TARDIS is vastly bigger on the inside than on the out. This is due to it being trans-dimensional in nature.

During his adventures, the Doctor has had more than thirty different assistants, from his granddaughter Susan to his current assistant, Charley Pollard. Some of the people who have travelled as the Doctor's asssistants have gone on to become household names, such as Louise Jamieson (from Eastenders).

These assistants have aided and abetted the Doctor whilst he has pitted his wits against some of the most memorable villians in TV history such as
Daleks and Cybermen.

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