Doctor Who at 50: Tour the Tardis

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Fifty years ago, the Doctor first appeared on TV screens. Scroll to enter the Tardis and click on bubbles to explore

Fifty years have passed since the enigmatic Doctor appeared on TV screens, wandering through space and time. Take a tour of his ship the Tardis and click on the bubbles to explore further.

Time And Relative Dimension In Space

WATCH: Clip from first episode (Dur 1:01)
Episode One: An Unearthly Child

Have you ever thought what it's like to be wanderers in the Fourth Dimension?" William Hartnell as the 1st Doctor

GALLERY: The Tardis through time
The Tardis through time

Reverse the polarity of the neutron flow" Jon Pertwee as the 3rd Doctor

WATCH: Regeneration montage (Dur 5:22)
Montage of all the Doctor's regenerations

It's times like this I wish I still had my scarf." Peter Davison as the 5th Doctor

Think about the homeless traveller and his old police box, with his days like crazy paving" Sylvester McCoy as the 7th Doctor

GALLERY: The Doctor's enemies
The Doctor's enemies

A Time Lord has 13 lives, and the Master had used all of his. But... even in death, I couldn't trust him." Paul McGann as the 8th Doctor

GALLERY: The Doctor's companions
Companions sharing the Tardis

Outside that door could be any planet, anywhere, anywhen" David Tennant as the 10th Doctor

WATCH: 50th anniversary trail (Dur 1:00)
Half a century of time travel

Produced by: Christopher Ashton, Christine Jeavans, Helene Sears, Tian Yuan

Video production by: Nick Davey, Ben Fell

For a full range of Doctor Who clips, images and information go to the BBC's Doctor Who website.

Based on a scrolling video concept developed by Hinderling Volkart.

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