The Science of Doctor Who (BBC America)
This is a completely different show to the UK version of "The Science of Doctor Who"
The Science of Doctor Who is a television documentary that aired on BBC America on 4 August 2012. A number of scientists and entertainment personalities were interviewed about how the technologies in Doctor Who may be practically applied in the real world. Each interviewee then ranks the plausibility of each on a scale of one to five TARDISes.
- Dallas Campbell, actor, screenwriter
- Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock, physicist, mechanical engineer
- Chloe Dykstra, actor
- Scott Adsit, actor
- Michio Kaku, theoretical physicist
- Kurt Braunohler, comedian
- Steven Moffat, show runner
- Jim Al Khalili, theoretical physicist
- Professor Chris Phillips, Imperial College, London
- Natalie Morales, actor
- Godfrey C. Danchimah, Jr., comedian
- Alison Haislip, actor, G4 correspondent
- Professor Kevin Warwick, University of Reading
- Professor Bruce Drinkwater, University of Bristol
Like all great science fiction shows, there are kernels of truth and nuggets of science fact scattered throughout the incredible ‘Doctor Who’ universe. In this special, we are going to explore these dynamic ‘Doctor Who’ moments where science fiction and science fact converge and mingle.