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Television: Science Fiction

Doctor Who

Doctor Who's home planet Click to show or hide the answer
Organ that Doctor Who has two of, while humans have only one Click to show or hide the answer
Daleks' home planet Click to show or hide the answer
Megalomaniac creator and master of the Daleks Click to show or hide the answer
BBC Head of Drama 1962–70, mainly responsible for developing Dr. Who Click to show or hide the answer
Title of the first series (1963) Click to show or hide the answer

Doctor Who has been played (on TV) by:

11963–6 Click to show or hide the answer
21966–9 Click to show or hide the answer
31970–4 Click to show or hide the answer
41974–81 Click to show or hide the answer
51981–4 Click to show or hide the answer
61984–6 Click to show or hide the answer
71986–7 Click to show or hide the answer
81996 Click to show or hide the answer
92005 Click to show or hide the answer
102006–10 Click to show or hide the answer Click for more information
112010–13 Click to show or hide the answer
122013–17 Click to show or hide the answer
122018– Click to show or hide the answer

Tom Baker played the Doctor for longer than anyone else (seven years). Jon Pertwee, David Tennant and Peter Capaldi have each played him for four years. Jodie Whittaker will take over the role in the 2017 Christmas special, to become the first female Doctor.

First appeared in The Invisible Enemy, 1977 (with Tom Baker); created by Professor Marius in the year 5000 Click to show or hide the answer
Doctor Who was played in both films (Dr. Who and the Daleks 1965, Daleks — Invasion Earth: 2150 AD 1966) by Click to show or hide the answer
Aliens who first appeared in The Tenth Planet – William Hartnell's last series (1966) Click to show or hide the answer
Rival Time Lord, originally played by Roger Delgado (1971–3); also played by Derek Jacobi (2007) and John Simm (2007–10), among others Click to show or hide the answer
Female incarnation of the Master, introduced 2014, played by Scottish actress Michelle Gomez Click to show or hide the answer
Metal lethal to Cybermen Click to show or hide the answer
Award–winning writer behind the 2005 revival Click to show or hide the answer
Played assistant Stephen Taylor, a space pilot, in an early series 1965–6 Click to show or hide the answer
Assistant played by Elisabeth Sladen, who went on to have her own series on CBBC Click to show or hide the answer
Time traveller who marries the Doctor in his Matt Smith incarnation (played by Alex Kingston) Click to show or hide the answer
Assistant to Christopher Eccleston's Doctor, played by Billie Piper Click to show or hide the answer
Assistant to David Tennant's Doctor, played by Freema Agyeman Click to show or hide the answer
Donna Noble – assistant to David Tennant's Doctor, in the 2006 Christmas special The Runaway Bride, and in the 2008 series: played by Click to show or hide the answer
Appeared in a 2006 episode as Victor Kennedy and his alter ego the alien Azborbaloff Click to show or hide the answer
Spin–off series Torchwood (an anagram of Doctor Who!) is set in Click to show or hide the answer

Star Trek

The original series (1966–9)

Producer and scriptwriter Click to show or hide the answer
Set in (century CE) Click for more information Click to show or hide the answer
Registration number of the USS Enterprise Click to show or hide the answer
Scottie's first name Click to show or hide the answer
Scottie was played by Click to show or hide the answer
Spock's title Click to show or hide the answer
The Vulcan greeting, used along with their distinctive salute – devised by Leonard Nimoy (and made famous by his character Mr. Spock) Click to show or hide the answer
Spock's human mother Click to show or hide the answer
Spock's father (a Vulcan ambassador to the United Federation of Planets, and son of the first Vulcan ambassador to Earth) Click to show or hide the answer
Vulcans' blood, being based on copper, is (colour) Click to show or hide the answer
The Starship Enterprise is powered by Click to show or hide the answer
Captain Kirk's middle name Click to show or hide the answer
Villains – "You will be assimilated", "Resistance is futile" Click to show or hide the answer
Bar tender Guinan: played by Click to show or hide the answer
The doctor on USS Enterprise, played by DeForest Kelley Click to show or hide the answer
Dr. McCoy's nickname Click to show or hide the answer
Main weapons used on USS Enterprise Click to show or hide the answer
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Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987–94)

Captain of the Enterprise Click to show or hide the answer
Played by Click to show or hide the answer
First Officer – played by Jonathan Frakes Click to show or hide the answer
Helmsman (in the first season); later (from the second season) chief engineer – played by LeVar Burton Click to show or hide the answer
Chief of security and tactical officer, played by Denise Crosby (left at the end of the first season) Click to show or hide the answer
Second officer and operations officer (an android) – played by Brent Spiner Click to show or hide the answer
Commander Data's cat Click to show or hide the answer
Played poker with Data and holograms of Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein, in an episode of Star Trek The Next Generation – the only person to appear in any Star Trek episode as himself Click to show or hide the answer

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993–9)

Commander of the space station Click to show or hide the answer
Played by Click to show or hide the answer

Star Trek: Voyager (1995–2001)

Captain of the USS Voyager – played by Kate Mulgrew Click to show or hide the answer

Star Trek: Enterprise (2001–5)

Captain of the Enterprise Click to show or hide the answer
Played by Click to show or hide the answer

Other

The Cyclons were a race of evil robots, that appeared in Click to show or hide the answer
Featured crew members Avon, Jenna, Vila, Gan, Cally, Zen, Orac, Dayna, Tarrant, Soolin, and computers Orac, Zen, Slave Click to show or hide the answer
NBC series, 2006–10 (about ordinary people who discover superhuman abilities): tagline "Save the cheerleader, save the world" Click to show or hide the answer
Alien spacecraft hijacked by Blake's 7 Click to show or hide the answer
Major Don West was the pilot of the spacecraft, and Dr. Zachary Taylor was a sinister scientist and medical practitioner, in Click to show or hide the answer
US series, 1989–93: starred Scott Bakula as Dr. Sam Beckett, a time–travelling physicist, and Dean Stockwell as his womanising best friend Al Calavicci Click to show or hide the answer
Lost in Space: surname of the central family (acknowledging the inspiration for the series) Click to show or hide the answer
Featured a comical robot called Twiki (created for the TV series; voiced by Mel Blanc) Click to show or hide the answer
ITV series, 1979–82, starring (in the title roles) Joanna Lumley and David McCallum as two "interdimensional operatives" "guarding the order of time" Click to show or hide the answer
Set on Moonbase Alpha Click to show or hide the answer
Dr. Who spin–off, set in Cardiff (2006) – title is an anagram of Doctor Who! Central characters are Capt. Jack Harkness, Gwen Cooper, Dr. Owen Harper Click to show or hide the answer
Ed Straker (and Paul Foster) appeared in Click to show or hide the answer
TV series, 1964–8, based on a 1961 film of the same name; created by Irwin Allen, starred Richard Baseheart and David Hedison Click to show or hide the answer
Cigarette Smoking Man is a sinister, silent observer in Click to show or hide the answer
One of the lead characters had a poster in his office, with the slogan 'I WANT TO BELIEVE'

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