Doctor Who To Explore The Depths Of Time And Relative Dimension In Space

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Good news everyone, and by everyone, I mean Doctor Who fans, and by Doctor Who fans, I mean people like me who are frustrated by the lack of episodes that take place inside the TARDIS herself, outside of the control room. Over the course of the entire franchise, we've only seen scant glimpses of the sexy thing. Romana's abandoned room, the Zero Room, the Wardrobe, a good chunk of The Invasion of Time was set inside the various labs and workrooms, including the Cloister room, and the "engine room" in the '96 film. But until last years The Doctor's Wife, the corridors had yet to be seen on the returned series. But, after that episode was finished, the corridor sets, as seen above, were kept up at BBC Cardiff, as a permanent set, just waiting to be used again.

And that time has come, according to reports. One episode in the forthcoming second half of series seven, as written by Steve Thompson, and currently referred to as Journey To The Centre Of The TARDIS, will delve into the deeps of the machine. Which makes me giddy. I honestly believe there are too few episodes that use the TARDIS as a plot point, and that we should see outside of the control room more often then we do. So, this is a step in the right direction, then.

Via the Mary Sue.
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