Doctor Who (2005) – 0.2.5 – The Doctor’s TARDIS




The Doctor’s TARDIS

The Official Story

(Doctor Who, 2005)


The TARDIS (acronym for “Time And Relative Dimension(s) In Space”) is a fictional hybrid of the time machine and spacecraft that appears in the British science fiction television series Doctor Who and its various spin-offs. Its exterior appearance mimics a police box, an obsolete type of telephone kiosk that was once commonly seen on streets in Britain. Paradoxically, its interior is shown as being much larger than its exterior, commonly described as being “bigger on the inside“.

Due to the significance of Doctor Who in popular British culture, the shape of the police box is now more strongly associated with the TARDIS than its real-world inspiration. The name and design of the TARDIS is a registered trademark of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), despite the fact that the design was originally created by the Metropolitan Police Service.


TARDIS is an acronym of “Time And Relative Dimension(s) in Space”. The word “Dimension” is alternatively rendered in the plural. The acronym was explained in the first episode of the show, An Unearthly Child (1963), in which the Doctor’s granddaughter claims to have made it up herself.

Generally, “TARDIS” is written in all uppercase letters, but may also be written in title case as “Tardis”. The word “Tardis” first appeared in print in the Christmas 1963 edition of Radio Times, which refers to “the space-time ship Tardis“, and this publication has often italicised it to connote a ship’s name.

Doctor Who (2005) – 1×01 – Rose
(Rose meets the TARDIS)


In the fictional universe of the Doctor Who television show, TARDISes are space and time-travel vehicles of the Time Lords, beings from the planet Gallifrey. Although many TARDISes exist and are sometimes seen on-screen, the television show mainly features a single TARDIS used by the show’s protagonist, a Time Lord who goes by the name of the Doctor.

TARDISes are built with a “chameleon circuit”, a type of camouflage technology that changes the exterior form of the ship to blend into the environment of whatever time or place it lands in. The Doctor’s TARDIS always resembles a 1960s London police box, an object that was very common in Britain at the time of the show’s first broadcast. Owing to a malfunction in the chameleon circuit after the events of the first episode of the show, An Unearthly Child, the Doctor’s TARDIS is stuck in the same disguise for a long period. The Doctor has attempted to repair the chameleon circuit, unsuccessfully in Logopolis (1981) and with only temporary success in Attack of the Cybermen (1985). In the 2005 television story “Boom Town”, the Doctor reveals that he has stopped trying to repair the circuit as he has become fond of its appearance. The other TARDISes that appear in the series have chameleon circuits that are fully functional.

While the exterior is of limited size, the TARDIS is famously “bigger on the inside”. Behind the police box doors lies a large control room, at the centre of which is a hexagonal console for operating the TARDIS. In the middle of the console is a moving tubular device called a time rotor. The presence of a physically larger space contained within the police box is explained as “dimensionally transcendental”, with the interior being a whole separate dimension containing an infinite number of rooms, corridors and storage spaces, all of which can change their appearance and configuration. The TARDIS also allows the Doctor and others to communicate with people who speak languages other than their own, as well as turn all written languages to English. The “translation circuit” (occasionally called the “translation matrix”) was first explored in “The Masque of Mandragora” (1976), as the Doctor explained to his companion, Sarah Jane, “Well, I’ve taken you to some strange places before and you’ve never asked how you understood the local language. It’s a Time Lord’s gift I allow you to share. But tonight when you asked me how you understood Italian, I realized your mind had been taken over.” The translation circuit has also been explored in comparison with real-world machine translation, with researchers Mark Halley and Lynne Bowker concluding that “when it comes to the science of translation technology, Doctor Who gets it wrong more often than it gets it right. However, perhaps we can forgive the artistic license if we recognize that, as in other science fiction works, the presentation of some type of ubiquitous translation tool is necessary to explain to the audience how people from other countries, time periods, and even other worlds, can understand each other and indeed appear to speak (mostly) flawless English.”

The TARDIS also has other special abilities: it can produce a large, invisible air bubble around its exterior that allows occupants to survive in an area that lacks oxygen as long as they are close to it and in one episode, it can create a bridge tunnel that occupants can use to cross over to out-of-reach areas such as another ship. The TARDIS is also shown to be strong enough to tow other ships and planets and can even withstand black holes.

Source: Wikipedia

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