The Earthbound Timelords Outstanding Doctor Who Research Site Award is
given to web sites that offer unique and indispensible information that can
be used for academic research into the fiction and non-fiction aspects of the
Doctor Who television series and its related subjects.
Winners of this award may link to, or download, any of the graphics below
for use on their websites.
EBTL would appreciate the winning sites making their graphic a link back to
the EBTL homepage at: http://www.bw.edu/~jcurtis/index.html
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The winners of this award, to date, are:
Missing Doctor Who Reconstructions & Audios
This site provides detailed information on the audio tapes that
exist of the early Doctor Who broadcast episodes -- episodes for
which no video tape copies are known to exist. This site also
provides detailed information on video projects that attempt to
reconstruct these episodes using screen shot stills, publicity
photos, etc. The site was nominated for the large amount of
detail regarding these reconstruction projects and for the
accuracy of the information. Also provided are a detailed listing
of Doctor Who books, and an electronic newsletter called
"The Disused Yeti" that gives a great deal of information about
the early days of the series. An outstanding collection of
Doctor Who Restoration Team Website
This site was nominated for the detailed information that the BBC
Doctor Who restoration team has made available regarding their
work on the restoration and release of the commercial Doctor Who
videos. A great deal of information on cut and restored sequences
can be found at this site. Because these are the actual people
that prepare the releases, this is a great primary resource.
Doctor Who Cuttings Archive
This site was nominated because of its huge archive of Doctor Who
newspaper and magazine article clippings. This is a great site
for researching the accuracies (and inaccuracies) that the media
has printed about the show. Another strong archive of primary resources.
Doctor Who Hardcover Novels Archive and Trade
This site was nominated for its detailed investigation into the
hardcover Doctor Who book releases. The site also follows some
academic style notation, of which we greatly approve. A wonderful
primary resource for cover images and a strong secondary resource
regarding the published hardcovers and their variants.
Behind the Sofa: The Bristol University Doctor Who Society [scripts]
This site was nominated for the transcriptions of audio recordings
of broadcast Doctor Who stories that no longer exist on video.
These transcriptions provide researchers with an invaluable resource
for checking fictional facts based on dialogue. This is a strong
secondary resource that should be supplemented with listening to the
audios themselves, or cross-referencing the novelizations of the
stories to provide accuracy.
Doctor Who Image Archive
This site is an excellent source of both primary and secondary information regarding the
visual elements of Doctor Who. Included are thousands of photos of Doctor Who cast members,
supporting characters, monsters, and even screen grabs from various episodes.
This site is an excellent secondary source of information regarding the novelizations of the
Doctor Who televised stories. Included is information on writers, cover artists, and book
variations. An excellent primary research source also featured are photos of the various
covers of the novelizations, to include most of the variations and foreign editions.
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