|Edition: ||UK (2nd paperback)|
|Title: ||Inside the TARDIS: The Worlds of Doctor Who|
|Released: ||September 2013|
|Publisher: ||I.B. Tauris|
|New: ||£13.99 £9.95 Save 29%|
|New: ||CDN$ 25.35|
|Used: ||CDN$ 5.10|
Note: Expanded edition.
Inside the Tardis has been acclaimed as a definitive history of the world's longest-running television science fiction series. In this second edition, published to mark the 50th anniversary of everyone's favourite Time Lord, James Chapman has brought the story up to date to include the new series of Doctor Who as well as its successful spin offs Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures.
With new material on the 'eras' of showrunners Russell T. Davies and Steven Moffat, as well as the latest incarnations of the Doctor in David Tennant and Matt Smith, this updated edition shows how Doctor Who has triumphantly reinvented itself for the twenty-first century. Doctor Who has not only become essential viewing once again, but is also one of British television's most successful exports. Chapman maps both the continuities with classic Doctor Who, as well as exploring how the series has evolved to take account of new institutional and cultural contexts.
Written by someone who is a life-long Doctor Who fan as well as a historian, this new edition of Inside the Tardis is essential and enjoyable reading for all those interested in both the classic series and its thoroughly modern reincarnation.
James Chapman is Professor of Film at the University of Leicester. He is a leading cinema and television historian and his books from I.B. Tauris include Licence To Thrill: A Cultural History of the James Bond Films, Saints and Avengers: British Adventure Series of the 1960s, Past and Present: National Identity and the British Historical Film, and (with Nicholas J. Cull) Projecting Empire: Imperialism and Popular Cinema and Projecting Tomorrow: Science Fiction and Popular Cinema.