Sunday, 20 September 2009


The Master of Beaus or simply Beaus was a Galactic Council member. A tall alien, his face indistinguishable due to the dark visor and chlorine fumes he breathed, wore a protective suit and his helmet had an antenna on top. From "The Daleks' Masterplan" (1966).

Saturday, 19 September 2009


Gearon was a representative of his home galaxy at the Galactic Council on the planet Kembel, who had allied himself with the Daleks in their plan to conquer the Solar System. Gearon had a featureless, egg-shaped head and wore a visor. His silver space suit was later replaced with a black space suit. From "The Daleks' Masterplan" (1966).

Friday, 18 September 2009

Best Episode

Over 6,700 Time Lord fans responded to a Doctor Who Magazine call
to rate all 200 episodes of the classic sci-fi TV series, and
selected 1984's The Caves of Androzani in which fifth Doctor
Peter Davison hung up his sonic screwdriver - as the best of the bunch.

1. The Caves of Androzani (1984 - Peter Davison)
2. Blink (2007 - David Tennant)
3. Genesis of the Daleks (1975 - Tom Baker)
4. The Talons of Weng-Chiang (1977 - Tom Baker)
5. The Empty Child (2005 - Christopher Eccleston)
6. Human Nature (2007 - David Tennant)
7. Pyramids of Mars (1975 - Tom Baker)
8. City of Death (1979 - Tom Baker)
9. The Robots of Death (1977 - Tom Baker)
10. Bad Wolf (2005 - Christopher Eccleston)


The Master of Celation (or Celation) was a Galactic Council delegate. He resembled a bald humanoid with a hissing voice, and was covered in black spots. From "The Daleks' Masterplan" (1966).

Thursday, 17 September 2009


Malpha was one of the representatives on the Galactic Council that planned to conquer the Solar System with the aid of the Daleks. He was last to arrive at their first conference, but took a leading role in that meeting. He had a lesser presence in subsequent meetings. He was one of the few to survive the Daleks' treachery, and the Doctor helped him to esape back to his own people and warn them about the Daleks' invasion plans and organise resistance.

Malpha was tall and well built and had a face covered with a network of dark veins on pale skin, resembling a patchwork.

From "The Daleks' Masterplan" (1966).

Wednesday, 16 September 2009


This lispy fellow was the Representative Zephon or the Master of Zephon was the Master of the Fifth Galaxy in 4000. Physically, Zephon resembled a Near-Human with seaweed-like tendriled hands. A cowl concealed his face. Featured in "The Daleks' Masterplan" (1966).

Tuesday, 15 September 2009

Blue Peter - Doctor Who 10th Anniversary

Blue Peter segment from October 1973 celebrating the tenth anniversary of the series, hosted by Peter Purves (Blue Peter presenter who also played companion Steven Taylor from 1965-1966). Includes an appearance by Jon Pertwee and his Whomobile and clips from "An Unearthly Child" and "The War Games" and some of the only surviving footage from "The Daleks' Master Plan," episode four of "The Tenth Planet" (the only surviving footage of the First Doctor's regeneration), and "Fury from the Deep."

Second part of a Blue Peter segment from October 1973 celebrating the tenth anniversary of the series, hosted by Peter Purves (Blue Peter presenter who also played companion Steven Taylor from 1965-1966). Includes clips from "The War Games" and "The Three Doctors" as well as a clip from the lost serial "The Daleks' Master Plan."

Monday, 14 September 2009


Visians were an invisible species of predators native to Mira. According to the Doctor, they were about eight feet tall, "vicious", and the only sentient species indigenous to Mira. The pattern of their footprints seemed to indicate that they were bipeds. Featured in 'The Daleks' Masterplan' (1966).

Sunday, 13 September 2009


Along with the other council members, Trantis was determined to conquer the Solar System with the help of the Daleks. He represented the largest of the Outer Galaxies, making him the most powerful member of the alliance after the Daleks, and he attended the Intergalactic Conference of Andromeda on behalf of all the Outer Galaxies. Featured in 'The Daleks' Masterplan' (1966).

Thursday, 10 September 2009

New Doctor Who: Daleks To Battle Nazis

In the new 2010 series of Doctor Who the Daleks will return and the metal exterminator’s on wheels will take on the Nazis.

The new Time Lord Matt Smith, will land the Tardis slap, bang in the middle of Germany during World War Two. It isn’t long before he discovers that Winston Churchill has employed an army of Daleks to destroy the Germans.

Tuesday, 1 September 2009

The Who

The Streets' Mike Skinner To Appear In Doctor Who

The Streets' Mike Skinner claims that he will appear in the new series of 'Doctor Who'.

The rapper-producer posted up a slightly-less than cryptic tweet via suggesting he'll be joining new Doctor Matt Smith in the next series of sci-fi programme.

"You wouldn't believe the week I've had," wrote Skinner. "I can't talk about it but let's just say I got a part in 'Doctor Who'."

However shortly afterwards Skinner took down his post declaring: "And just like that the tweet is deleted." Instead he posted up a new podcast from The Streets.

The new series of 'Doctor Who' is due to air next year following three specials this year - 'The Waters Of Mars' in November and two at Christmas - which will see current Doctor David Tennant leave the show.