Doctor Who fans have the best tips for surviving the great Whovian drought of 2016

Trust the fandom who endured a 16 year wait to set the bar for surviving a hiatus

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It’s been nearly 9 months since last we saw the Doctor on our TV screens and with the 2016 Christmas special still months away, fans are feeling the burn.

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We’re not even sure what date it airs on yet – and the degree of uncertainty is just not acceptable.

Doctor, Doctor, where for art thou Doctor? It’s an awfully lonely Whoniverse without you. 

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But surviving a Doctor Who drought is second nature to the Whovians, who’ve had to cope with far longer Time Lord shortages in decades past…

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They’re experts at this kind of thing you know.

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So how do you fill the long days and nights without new Who adventures?

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Well, you could always just spend them travelling through space and time… again.

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If you add all those Classic and NuWho episodes together, you’ve got more than 800 instalments of Doctor Who delights to get you though the long days and nights.

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And that’s before you count the spin-offs…

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You could always take someone else on the journey through time and space as well…

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Why not make it a family affair? Doctor Who is, after all, perfect tea time TV.

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The family that survives a Whovian drought together…. errr… gets out together?

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Of course Whovians can also pursue their other loves in life.

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Days and nights can be filled with the finest literature, for example.

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Or perhaps even some Time Lord adventures on paper.

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Music can play a very special role when it comes to survival.

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There are always a few Big Finish audio adventures just begging to be listened to.

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And if all else fails, there’s a very simple solution.

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ALLONS-Y!