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This week, Jodie Whittaker made a spectacular debut as the first female Doctor - the 13th official regeneration of everyone's favourite two-hearted, time-travelling alien.

The regeneration of the Doctor is a tradition that dates back to 1963 and includes 14 men who have played the role over nearly five decades. With the start of Whittaker's new role on the show, it's a great time to remind ourselves of the Doctors who won our appreciation - and those who didn't.


If you haven't been watching Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams on Aussie streaming service Stan, you're missing out. For those who missed the memo, this sci-fi anthology show is based on ten short stories by visionary author Philip K. Dick, the man whose words inspired the cinematic brilliance of Blade Runner, Total Recall, A Scanner Darkly and Minority Report.

Of course, even if you're already on board the Dick train, you can never have too much science fiction! Here are ten of the finest Sci-fi television shows you should be watching right now.


The US non-ratings season is nearly over, which means all your favourite TV shows will soon be returning to television screens. However, whether you'll actually get to watch them depends on the entertainment services you subscribe to. With that in mind, here are five of the most popular shows in Australia -- as voted by our readers -- along with the only places you can (legally) access them.


"Deep Breath", the first episode of Series 8 of Doctor Who was screened for media and fans in Sydney today, part of a global tour by stars Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman ahead of the episode's TV premiere appearance on August 24. As a condition of attending, we needed to sign a non-spoiler agreement. And here's the thing: no-one in the audience needed to be asked twice.


Reader Karth is a Doctor Who fan, so he put together this Windows desktop to be part expression of his fandom and part set of tools to help him work. We can't really blame him. Here's how he set it all up.


2014 is shaping up to be a bumper year for television drama, with new seasons of The Walking Dead, Game Of Thrones and Mad Men slated to appear in the coming months. Whether you have legal access to these shows or are a filthy pirate criminal, here are five important dates that should be on your calendar.


Once upon a time, the only way to bestow a Doctor Who gift at Christmas was to hand-knit a multicolored scarf. But all that changed when geeks inherited the Earth. These days, you can find ridiculously cool loot for practically every geeky franchise imaginable -- from H.R. Giger plush toys to DeLorean time machines made out of Lego. Here's our shortlist for the geekiest goodies to buy this Christmas (for yourself, natch.)


So who is this Doctor person everyone keeps going on about? This monolithic infographic details five decades of adventures through time and space, explaining everything you need to know. Whether you're a die-hard Whovian or a newly generated fan, the results are well worth checking out.


Doctor Who is celebrating its 50th birthday this week, with an anniversary special that the ABC will broadcast live this Sunday. To celebrate, we've put every location in Australia mentioned in the TV series on an interactive Google Map.


The casting of Peter Capaldi as the twelfth TV version of Doctor Who is dominating the news this week -- it drew more search traffic to Google than the Federal election announcement. We'll have to wait until next year to really see how Capaldi slots into the role, but we can draw on his experience from an acting career stretching back thirty years for some useful lessons on how to progress in life.