If your average alphabet learning book is a little too dry, check out this Doctor Who: T is for TARDIS retro alphabet book for kids. Read more
Ok, geek time (and I include myself in that). There's an app that rectorates the machine that produced electronic sounds in the 1960s and early '70s. It's called the iVCS3 and is the EMS VCS3 emulator for the iPad.
As weird robes go, this Doctor Who Dalek bathrobe is somewhere near the top of the pile.
He's been an upper class TV raconteur since the 1960s, someone we've all grown up with. But now you can be the iconic fox's sidekick with this Basil Brush Hand Puppet.
The perfect addition to any Doctor Who obsessive's home – this officially-licensed full-size replica Dalek, which you can order at Firebox.
Not just some knocked-up thing out of cardboard, this icon of 1960s sci-fi (and beyond) is made to order, using the original moulds and specifications from the BBC Props Department, the finished product standing at an imposing 5’3” tall. You can even choose your favourite colour – another of the colour options is pictured over the page.
Can't say I'm a fan of the phrase 'stocking filler', but if you know someone who loves Doctor Who, this Dalek Keychain Torch at Firebox is pretty much perfect for said description.
Yes, this is a mini Dalek, the evil alien created by Terry Nation in the early 60s and still the most recognisable image of the show, Doctor aside. But not just a mini Dalek – this one also has an ultra-bright LED light at the base, should you need to find the keyhole in the dead of night.
Batteries are indeed included and the price is £6.99.