Welcome to the Oxford Doctor Who Society!
We are a University Society formed in 1989, dedicated to the celebration of all things Doctor Who. Normally, we would meet on Thursdays to appreciate the best (and worst) of our beloved TV show, usually by watching DVDs with varying degrees of mild-mannered heckling, often followed by a trip to the pub. Unfortunately, due to the recent COVID-19 outbreak and the resulting impact on student activities, we were unable to meet during Trinity 2020, but hopefully we’ll be able to see you at Fresher’s Drinks in Michaelmas Term!
Due to circumstances beyond our control, our official website is currently unavailable. We’re hoping to resolve the problem soon, but until then, this temporary website has been created to provide information for those interested in the society. Anyone is welcome to get involved, although those who wish to become members are encouraged to pay our membership fee – £5 for a year, £15 for life, payable to our Treasurer. This goes towards paying for the running costs of the society, including free drinks at the subsequent year’s Fresher’s Drinks.
The society is managed by the Committee, elected by the body of the society in each Hilary Term. Any member of the society is invited (and encouraged) to stand in these elections. The current committee can be found here.
We publish a magazine at irregular intervals called The Tides of Time, which contains a variety of articles related to the society or Doctor Who in general. The archives of the magazine can be found here. Submissions for future issues can be sent to email@example.com.