2023 is Doctor Who’s 60th Anniversary, and now you celebrate every month of the year with the 60th Anniversary calendar
This calendar is a very special edition as it will mark the 60th Anniversary of Doctor Who! Each month features a different Doctor from over the years along with imagery of some of the friends and enemies they’ve met along the way. This 305 x 305mm wall calendar also has large monthly date panels. So you can keep track of appointments, birthdays, and make plenty of notes. Plus, of course, mark the release dates for all next year’s diamond anniversary goodness!
The calendar celebrates the elaborate tapestry of Doctor Who’s history. There are images right the way from The Daleks (1963/4) to Eve of the Daleks (2022). Companions all the way from the original TARDIS team members Susan and Ian to the present day Fam of Yaz and Dan are here too. Meanwhile there are monsters from every era. These include the Sensorites (1964’s The Sensorites), Roger Delgado’s Master (1971-1973), Dratho (The Trial of a Time Lord, 1986), the Haemovores (1989’s The Curse of Fenric), the Slitheen (2005’s Aliens of London/World War Three and Boom Town), the Ood (2006-2021), the Silence (2011-2021), Missy (2014-2018) and Swarm (2021’s Flux). Plus many more.
Explore sixty years of Doctor Who in twelve months with images from across the show’s epic history
So you can walk the fast path through six decades of Doctor Who history in twelve months. As a bonus, as far as Blogtor can tell there aren’t any of the official calendar’s trademark mistakes this year. It’s become almost a tradition for it to feature oddities like Tom Baker’s Doctor alongside Julian Bleach’s Davros representing Genesis of the Daleks, or a quote from Master being misattributed to the Third Doctor. But this year there are no mistakes to spot! It’s almost a shame.
Take your choice between the different official 2023 calendars available now
The official Doctor Who 60th Anniversary calendar is on sale now, and can be bought online from the official Danilo site, Calendar Club or any of those little pop-up calendar shops that will appearing in every shopping centre every day now. It’s part of a whole range including a Thirteenth Doctor focused 2023 calendar, a 60th Anniversary desk calendar, and 2023 TARDIS diary.