due to popular demand, an updated list of bbc1 livestreams for all of us unfortunate non-british/non-american whovians
- feel free to add your own if you have ones
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here it is!!!!!!! better than ever!!!!
okay so i’ve received multiple asks from people asking me where to watch dw when it airs
which reminded me that i was gonna make a new livestream masterpost but got distracted by a lot of stuff
so i’m gonna do that now (once i’m a bit less dizzy bc i just woke up) and i’ll post it as soon as i can
Doctor Who returns to BBC America on Saturday, August 23rd at 8/7c. (x)
it seems that “deep breath” is the only thing we translated for sure so far, and it doesn’t really get us anywhere as it doesn’t mean much
can anyone tell me what the baseline-ish tracks in “asylum of the daleks” are?
i think it’s mainly the first track in the soundtrack album, “they are everywhere”
might be some in “amy and rory together” and “the terrible truth”, too
or the new cracks, or the new question that must never be answered
i’d be a bit surprised - maybe even a bit disappointed - if it will be another case of repeated clues in time and space
generally i just think it’s too early for the show to approach the gallifrey subject again
maybe touch is slightly
but not something big and meaningful
which means we’ll probably have to wait quite a while before we found out for sure, anyway
as far as i know, there are a few gallifreyan alphabets as far as i know, so you could say that yes, there’s a way to read gallifreyan, but it depends on which set of rules you use
which of course makes the task of translating the symbols in the videos more complicated because it might make perfect sense in one version of gallifreyan, and be complete gibberish in another
mysterious gallifreyan signs popping up during various doctor who world tour videos
Thing is though, they look like they’re based off the fan made version, but when I tried to translate them, all I got was a bunch of random letters. Like the bottom left one is wwoto thotots ost. So unless they’re using a different alphabet, this is purely for aesthetics.
Unless they are scrambled and coded.
But yea, probably just gibber jabber
even if the signs don’t translate into anything and are just made to look pretty, they’re still there for a reason - they’re way too random to be there just as video decoration. even if we can’t translate it, there’s still a mystery here.
I still say the Timelords might have done a little something to the Doctor’s neural pathways on the new set of regenerations to help him along with finding Gallifrey, like the Master’s Drums.
maybe the doctor will start hallucinating random gallifreyan gibberish
but idk i just really didn’t expect gallifrey to be addressed again so soon