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The next Androgum Meeting is: To be announced.
Location: To be announced.
Theme: To be announced
Menu for the meeting: To be announced. (Are you sensing a theme here?)
As always: Show up, have fun, bring food.
To get on the Androgums mailing list for forthcoming announcements, click here and fill in the blanks, or e-mail the Head Chef.

The Emerald City Androgums are on Facebook! Visit for all of the latest information, or to post a comment or question.
Our new local British media con is BritCon! The 2021 edition had to be online, but plans are under way for the first in person edition for 2022. Mark August 5-7, 2022 on your calendar, and keep an eye on the website at
Special deal! Androgums can now get an exclusive 25% discount off the new book Love and Monsters: The Doctor Who Experience, 1979 to the Present by Miles Booy. All you have to do is buy through the link, and enter the code XP704ED during checkout.

Doctor Who Television Schedule


Classic Doctor Who is on KBTC, the PBS station out of Tacoma. So, here is the KBTC Doctor Who schedule, featuring William Hartnell as the Doctor.

All showings start at 11:00 p.m. and 11:30 p.m., rerun early the next morning at 4:00 and 4:30 a.m., unless otherwise indicated. For more information about KBTC, check out their website at

BBC America:

For more on the show, keep an eye on the channel's Doctor Who page at


AMC+ is the streaming service that includes all BBC America shows, which includes the most recent episodes of Doctor Who and some of the animated reconstructions of classic stories. Check them out at

HBO Max:

HBO Max is the new online streaming home for 21st century Doctor Who (all but the latest season, which is coming), as well as Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures.


Streaming service Britbox now has classic Doctor Who, along with some recent extras such as An Adventure in Space and Time and The Five(ish) Doctors (Reboot). To see their Doctor Who offerings, go to

Pluto TV

Free streaming service Pluto TV now has a live channel devoted to classic Doctor Who. Take a look at

Shout Factory TV:

Shout Factory is now streaming the 2011 Australian K-9 series on its website and free streaming service. You can watch all twenty-six episodes at

Information about the show, including web editions of some out-of-print Doctor Who novels and new made-for-the-Internet stories, can be found at the BBC's Doctor Who website at

Want to see some of the websites shown or mentioned in the show, or that are otherwise part of the show?

The BBC's website has some made-for-internet stories. A new pre-Ecclesston ninth Doctor, played by Richard E. Grant, appears in the fortieth anniversary story, "Scream of the Shalka" ( The sixth Doctor meets up with the Cybermen in "Real Time" ( The made-for-Internet version of "Shada," featuring Paul McGann as the Doctor, Lalla Ward as Romana, and John Leeson as K-9, is back, and can be found at


Coming back to life (and home video) in 2022:

Two new announcements from BBC Video. First, the next classic season coming out on blu-ray:

And the next story to be recreated with animation:

The next show runner for Doctor Who has been announced—and it's an old friend of the show. Russell T. Davies, who first brought back the show in 2005, will take the reins beginning in 2023. This will also be the first time the BBC will make the show with an independent production company, Bad Wolf Productions, which is run by Davies' former production colleagues on the show, Julie Gardner and Jane Tranter.

Another era of Doctor Who has come to an end: Both Jodie Whittaker and Chris Chibnall will be leaving the show, after the 2021 season and three specials in 2022. No word yet on who the new Doctor or show runner will be, but the BBC has assured the public that there will be a new series in 2023.

Jackie Lane, the actress who played Dorothea "Dodo" Chaplet opposite William Hartnell's Doctor in six stories in 1966, passed away on June 23, 2021. She was 79. She had originally tried out to play Susan in 1963, but balked at committing herself to a weekly schedule for such a long time. She left acting after her Doctor Who experience, and one of her later jobs was as an agent, where at one time she represented Tom Baker. She never got caught up in fandom and the convention circuit, and rarely gave interviews, but did make an appearance during the fiftieth anniversary celebration party in 2013.

Once again, the fans came through. The June 2021 Doctor Who pledge drive on KBTC smashed through its goal, bringing in over $30,000. Yeah, the show is safe for another six months.

KBTC is now streaming live online! If you live in the viewing area, but can't get the station over the air or via your local provider, go to, and you can then watch the channel!

Another season has been announced for release on blu-ray:

With PBS recently turning fifty, CBS Sunday Morning did a profile. You may recognize some of the people seen during a fundraiser about ninety seconds in. Here's the link to the piece.

Doctor Who was nominated for Best Science Fiction Television Series at this year's Saturn Awards. You can see the complete list of nominations, including Doctor Who's formidable competition, right here.

The next classic season has been announced for a blu-ray release:

In honor of the anniversary of Elisabeth Sladen's passing and the tweet-along worldwide watchathon of "The Stolen Earth" and "Journey's End", Russell T. Davies wrote this final story for The Sarah Jane Adventures.

A lost Doctor Who episode is back—but it wasn't found. Students and staff at the University of Central Lancashire recreated the 1965 episode, "Mission to the Unknown", a Doctor-less episode that served as a teaser for "The Daleks' Masterplan" (and a way to fill out the recording block when they ran an episode short, without having to pay the regulars more). You can view it here:

And for a look behind the scenes, including some special visitors:

We have our own domain! So now will be the place to come for all the latest on our little enclave of Seattle-area Doctor Who fandom. But the domain does cost us a little bit of money, so if you can help out with a donation, just click here:

Donate towards our web hosting bill!

The latest news about the new show can be found at Outpost Gallifrey's news page.

Who are The Emerald City Androgums?

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The Emerald City Androgums are a fan club devoted to Doctor Who, and to having as much fun as unhumanly possible at our meetings. We meet every other month for an Androgum potluck. Members are encouraged to eat, drink, and be merry, and we watch whatever shows tickle our fancy. We try to include at least one selection of the good Doctor himself.

In addition to semi-regular parties, we also had a newsletter that tried to keep the more isolated-from-fandom members up-to-date on the latest Who happenings and rumors. It also served as a creative forum for any Androgum who felt like writing a story or drawing a picture.

The newsletter is no more, however, and all newsletter activities will soon move on-line. So if you want to contribute something, here's the place to do it!

We can scan art, so if you'd like to help us create an on-line Androgum gallery, please feel free to send the art to us!

And coming soon: Club T-shirts and aprons!

Doctor Who Shopping

Looking for that perfect Doctor Who item? Want to relive some of the Doctor's greatest adventures or experience some of his new ones? Try these links for new Doctor Who books, videos and DVDs, audio stories, and other merchandise.

Send e-mail comments about the Androgum club via this e-mail link.