Doctor Who




Doctor Who

Book: "Reckless Engineering" (2002, Nick Walters.)

(CB, excellent AP scene, also old age) The Tardis touches down in Bristol - so far so good, but it's not a Bristol that any of it's crew can recognize. The same districts are there - Totterdown, Hotwells, Bedminster, and Brunel's famous Suspension Bridge remains, but everything else has changed.

-- Visible Time


Doctor Who

BBC-TV Series: Season 03; Episode #05: "The Daleks' Master Plan" (13-Nov-1965)

When the Doctor and his friends arrive on Earth, they find that Chen has already denounced them as traitors, and Vyon is shot and killed by his own sister, Sara Kingdom. Sara eventually discovers the truth for herself, and helps the Doctor and Steven to recover the TARDIS and escape. However, the Daleks then pursue them through Time, and are joined by the Doctor and Steven's old enemy, the Meddling Monk who realizes that he's in over his head and switches sides depending upon who seems to be on top.

After an encounter in ancient Egypt, the Doctor strands the Monk on an ice planet, but the Daleks get away with the taranium core, and the Doctor tests the navigational unit from the Monk's TARDIS to pursue them back to Kembel. There, the Daleks exterminate Mavic Chen, but the Doctor manages to activate the Time Destructor. Sara Ages to death before she can reach the safety of the TARDIS, but the Doctor and Steven escape while the Dalek force on Kembel crumbles to dust.


Doctor Who

TV Series: Season 08; Episode #03: "The Claws Of Axos" (13-March-1971 )

The Doctor and his companion Jo are captured by the Axons, who want the Doctor to give the secret of time travel. When he refuses, the Axons cause Jo to age rapidly. The Doctor relents, and Jo is restored.

-- by Dale Ribbons


Doctor Who

BBC-TV Series: Season 09; Episode #05: "The Time Monster" (5/10/72)

A scientist for the [British] government has invented a machine called TOM-TIT that may allow time travel. The Doctor's arch-enemy The Master has his own ideas for the machine, and tests it to his own protests, In this adventure, the scientist is progressed to an old man, and series regular Sgt. Benton is regressed to an infant.


Doctor Who

BBC-TV Series: Season 17; Episode #02: "City of Death" (9/29/79)

A chicken gets ARed into an egg. Later on in the show a man gets aged to dust. (I think it has been awhile since I last saw this show.)


Doctor Who

BBC-TV Series: Season 18; Episode #01: "The Leisure Hive" (8/30/80)

Some age regression and progression is accomplished via 'Tachionics', which refers to particles that move faster then light, and thus manipulate time.


Doctor Who (Peter Davidson)

BBC-TV Series: Season 20; Episode #03: "Mawdryn Undead" (02/01/83)

The Doctors companions Nyssa and Tegan are regressed to children as the TARDIS tries to escape. (cut)


Doctor Who

BBC-TV Series: Season 24; Episode #03: "Delta and the Bannermen" (1987)

The Chimeron queen's little princess grows to age twelve a few days after hatching, and her clothes grow with her.

-- Visible Time


Doctor Who

BBC-TV Series: Season ?; Episode #?: "The Dreamers of Death"

Sharon is aged to adulthood by the Time Witch.

-- Visible Time


Doctor Who (2005)

BBC TV Series: Season 03; Episode #06 "The Lazarus Experiment" (05/05/2007)

Professor Lazarus demonstrates the Hypersonic Soundwave Generator inside the Welsh Assembly Building, but not all is as it seems...(Ar/RN)

-- Entropic


Doctor Who (2005)

TV Series: Season 3; Episode #12: "The Sound of Drums" (06/23/2007)

Harry Saxon becomes Prime Minister, and he faces off with the Doctor. It turns out Harry Saxon is The Master and uses his own device to aged the doctor into a old man.

-- Jeffr_2bya


Doctor Who (2005)

TV Series: Season 3; Episode #13: "Last of the Time Lords" (06/30/2007)

The Series Final. The Earth has been conquered, the Master rules supreme, and the Doctor is his prisoner. The ages the Doctor even more leaving him 900 years old. He ends up as a tiny old man in a bird cage.

-- Jeffr_2bya


Doctor Who (2005)

TV Series: Season 6; Episode #04: "The Doctor's Wife" (06/30/2007)

The TARDIS, drawn off course by the most unlikely distress signal, materializes outside of time and space itself. In this bubble universe, the Doctor meets Idris and her aunt and uncle, who live together in a scrapyard of impossible things. Idris, it seems, is mad. And when the Doctor finds out why she is the way she is, things start to get a bit complicated. And unmentionable. (Male aP)

-- Jeffr_2bya


Doctor Who (2005)

TV Series: Season 6; Episode 10: "The Girl Who Waited" (09/10/2011)

When Amy becomes trapped in a quarantine facility for plague victims, Rory must make one of the toughest decisions of his life. (Female old age)

-- Jeffr_2bya


Doctor Who (2005)

TV Series: Season 07; Episode #06: "The Bells of Saint John" (03/30/2013)

The episode opens with a man on a computer screen describing how human souls are being uploaded to the internet when people use their computers to log into a certain Wi-Fi network. The man reveals he has been uploaded and is lost.
Following the events of the prequel, the Doctor has retreated to a monastery in Cumbria in the year 1207 to contemplate the mystery of Clara. The monks disturb him one day to tell him that "The bells of Saint John" are ringing. The Doctor requests a horse and rides it to a nearby cave where he has left his TARDIS.
He is surprised to find the TARDIS exterior phone ringing, and answers it. On the other end is Clara, whom The Doctor initially doesn't recognize. She is calling for help with her computer, and The Doctor is about to hang up on her until she uses the phrase "Run you clever boy and remember" as a mnemonic for her password. The Doctor immediately sets off to meet her in person.

When he arrives, Clara refuses to let him in or talk to him. The Doctor decides to change out of his monk's clothing and when he returns he finds Clara unconscious and being "uploaded" via a mobile humanoid server disguised as a young girl. The Doctor takes Clara's laptop and halts the upload, sending the uploaders a message that Clara is under his protection.
The head of the uploaders, Miss Kizlet (Celia Imrie), informs her client that The Doctor has intervened as feared. Another mobile server, this time disguised as a man, is dispatched to Clara's house to retrieve her again. The Doctor and Clara are outside when the uploaders cause an airplane to begin descending directly at them. The Doctor and Clara board the TARDIS and land on the plane where The Doctor revives the crew and saves the plane from crashing.

The Doctor takes Clara via TARDIS to the next morning, and they go to a cafe to try and work out what's happening. Clara uses computer skills that she picked up from her uploading experience to track the uploaders back to their base at The Shard. The Doctor encounters people inside the cafe under the control of Miss Kizlet who distract him long enough for a server disguised as The Doctor to upload Clara completely.
An angered Doctor sets out to The Shard on an anti-gravity motorbike and crashes it into Miss Kizlet's office. He demands that she release all the minds that have been uploaded, including Clara's but Miss Kizlet refuses. The Doctor then reveals that he is still back at the cafe and that she was actually talking to the server that he had hacked which he then uses to upload Miss Kizlet to the network. Trapped in the network, she orders her subordinates to release everyone and Clara is restored.

Miss Kizlet, now restored, contacts her client to report her failure to him. The client is shown to be the Great Intelligence, who orders her to reset all people working there, including herself, clearing their memories in the process. As UNIT storms in to shut them down, the uploaders all lose their memories.
Miss Kizlet is reduced to the mentality of a small child. Meanwhile, The Doctor takes Clara home and offers her a chance to travel with him, which she rebuffs. She tells him to come back the next morning, as she may change her mind by then. The episode ends with The Doctor traveling ahead to the next morning.
- (Mental Female Ar)

-- Jeffr_2bya


Doctor Who: The Dimension Riders (The New Doctor Who Adventures #20)

Book: by Daniel Blythe (01/30/1994)

Set in the late 24th century, where space station Q4 is under attack from a group of beings called the Time Soldiers. But behind them is another foe, someone who should not exist... (Ar/aP)





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