There's an opportunity next month to see a screening of one of Tom Baker's better Doctor Who outings, followed by Q&A with Louise Jameson.
Sitting outside Earl's Court tube station is a blue police box -- a TARDIS -- the first to be introduced to London since 1969, and it was built by London Underground.
There will be a special anniversary screening of seventh Doctor’s penultimate story, with Sophie Aldred and script editor Andrew Cartmel.
Imagine a fusion of Doctor Who's famous villan, the Dalek and some of London's more famous street icons, and you have a work of art by Stu MacKay.
For a couple of weeks, there's a small exhibition of book cover art work related to the Dr Who books, which have been re-released by their publisher.
There sits inside the British Museum a collection of bank notes and coinage -- and an exceptionally rare Dr Who branded bank note.
In the ye olde days before computer CGI ruined everything, science fiction was noted for its use of plastic, wood and dubious plotlines.
A chance to see some recently rediscovered Dr Who episodes on a big screen next weekend, as the Prince Charles Cinema screens the entire Web of Fear story, and to put it into context, the preceding story as well, The Enemy of the World.
More Dr Who stuff as Dr Who stuff is put up for sale at an auction house next month. Persons with wallets deeper than a Dr Who plot-line may be inclined to want to buy a Dalek, or a Cyberman, or an actual Tardis prop model. Time travel not included.
It's the 50th anniversary of a TV show, and the 150th anniversary of an underground railway -- so, here are some Dr Who episodes that featured the London Underground.
A new exhibition to mark the 90th anniversary of the Radio Times has opened at the Museum of London, and as with anything BBC related, has a lot of Dr Who included.
If you are a Doctor Who fan, then there is a good museum devoted to the science fiction show to visit in East London.
Formerly the home of the Rothschild family, a large mansion house near Acton Town tube station is now home to an expansive local museum for the area, and currently has a rather curious temporary exhibition on in addition to the usual permanent displays.
Dr Who has spawned more than a couple of films, tv spin-off series and gaudy trinkets for collectors - it also created an entire separate storyline in the form of the comic magazine.
I am going to be controversial and say that I really loathed the Dr Who series finale, and am getting increasingly despondent with the gushing unthinking praise that the programme gets from the fans (who make Apple fanboys looks moderate…