According to Roberts, "if anyone was gonna trip me after transmission it'd be him, so I thought I'd butter him up first".[5]. Lilith kisses Wiggins, but on pulling away, he finds her transformed into a wrinkled hag. They arrive in 1599 near the Globe Theatre in Southwark, where they meet the playwright William Shakespeare. Most images portraying Shakespeare show him to be a man who is balding on the top of his head. Shakespeare then announces there will soon be a sequel, Love's Labour's Won; it will answer the questions Lost left behind. Under threat of annihilation from a species from the Dark Times, the TARDIS team have to establish whether there is a connection between a witch they've met and Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Won— a pl… The Doctor and Martha reach All Hallows Street, with Martha questioning how this could cause a problem, as she's living proof that the world didn't end this year. They apologise to the crowd, resuming the play. Martha, Shakespeare and the actors are left to take the applause of the audience who think it was special effects. [8], Production then went on a week of location night shoots, beginning in Coventry, including Ford's Hospital, for one night,[9][10] before moving to the Lord Leycester Hospital at Warwick. 1x45 minute Episode But his life is shrouded in mystery. By genre: The Doctor confronts Lilith, who explains that the three witches were released from their banishment by Shakespeare's genius words after he lost his son Hamnet. Shakespeare's head still hurts, so the Doctor hands him the stereotypical Shakespeare collar to use as a neck brace. Production code: Contrary to common belief, season 10 kicked off in the last week of December 1972 — not in 1973, as would be expected. "I'm going for real," Shakespheare quips. A witch called Lilith uses a voodoo doll to influence Shakespeare to declare that the new play will premiere the following evening. When Martha asks what actually killed Lynley, the Doctor responds, "witchcraft", confusing her further. How they managed to get back is quickly figured out by Martha and the Doctor; when Shakespeare was grieving for his son, he wrote something in a play that allowed them access to Earth. He started writing some Virgin New Adventures, a series of Doctor Who novels, with The Highest Science (1993). He also tells the Doctor that the witches were based in All Hallows Street. • With thanks to the BBC National Orchestra of Wales. Martha assumes that this explains why Love's Labour's Won was never shown and is quite disappointed by the lack of mystery. The Carrionites and all the copies of Love's Labour's Won are sucked back through the closing portal. The Queen declares, "Off with his head!". Writer Gareth Roberts was well known as a fan of Shakespeare; he had included him as a character in A Groatsworth of Wit, a Ninth Doctor comic strip. It included the first televised appearance of William Shakespeare since a cameo in 1965's The Chase. The Doctor gives her one from one of his pockets, explaining it contains Venusian spearmint. Finally, the Bard also appears in the Doctor Who Magazine Ninth Doctor comic A Groatsworth of Wit (also written by Gareth Roberts). Shakespeare then remembers Peter Streete spoke of witches; he was the architect for the Globe Theatre. Shannon Sullivan's A Brief History of Time (Travel), https://tardis.fandom.com/wiki/The_Shakespeare_Code_(TV_story)?oldid=3069048. Behind the scenes video Shakespeare's Sonnet 57 is one of those believed to be written to a man, and contains lines referring to time, "I have no precious time at all to spend,/ Nor services to do, till you require./ Nor dare I chide the world-without-end hour/ Whilst I, my sovereign, watch the clock for you.". A cryptographic discovery that may change western history. There is a definite resemblance, & Adams’ work probably did influence Garth Roberts, but IMHO it the parallels aren't clear or straightforward enough to be in the main TSC article. 7 April 2007 [1] According to the BARB figures this episode was seen by 7.23 million viewers and was the fifth most popular broadcast on British television in that week. Upon hearing another scream, the Doctor and Martha run in to find Dolly's body as Shakespeare wakes; the Doctor notes that Dolly's heart gave out from a powerful fright. However, Will then tells the Doctor that he actually means they will be leaving this era. [14] Nick Setchfield, writing for SFX, awarded the episode five out of five stars, finding the production "confident". Norwegian researcher Petter Amundsen claims to have deciphered a secret code hidden in legendary playwright William Shakespeare's works that reveals a map leading to the location of certain treasures. The Carrionites' contribution to Love's Labour's Won includes a reference to "Dravidian shores"; a "Dravidians starship" is mentioned in The Brain of Morbius (1976). This visit causes Lilith to sense something is amiss; she and her mothers look into their cauldron and find the Doctor at the mad house with Shakespeare. The scene in which the Doctor and Martha share a room was originally written to have the Doctor casually undress down to his underwear; and still obliviously invite Martha to share the bed. To Will's shock, they tell him the Queen wants to see the play. [16], adding two to three thousand words to the English language, "The Shakespeare Code commentary podcast", "Historic Coventry – the visit of The Doctor! He speculated that he might like it better when watching it again later after he has warmed up to Martha. It also introduced the narrative lynchpin of Queen Elizabeth I having a severe distrust towards the Tenth Doctor. Originally titled "Love's Labour's Won",[2] the episode was re-titled as a reference to The Da Vinci Code. After making a joke about his eventual balding, the Doctor goes on stage to try undoing the damage but finds only Shakespeare can. Confidential: The Doctor and Martha make numerous references to Shakespeare's appearance: she notes that he looks nothing like his portrait, and wonders why he is not bald, while the Doctor says he could make his head bald if he rubs it and later gives him a ruff to keep (calling it "a neck brace"). Writer: However, Lilith tells them it's just a preview of what's to come that night. Story number: Shakespeare tells him that the play will be given to him tomorrow morning; however, Lynley arrogantly declares that the Master of Revels does not work to an author's schedule. Martha thinks she is going to be carted off as a, In attempting to explain Martha to Shakespeare, the Doctor claims that she comes from, The Doctor muses that the psychic energy he has seen in Elizabethan England would require a generator the size of, This was the second appearance of a famous writer in the revived series, the first being, Shakespeare did use the word Sycorax in his play. There are numerous other allusions to Shakespeare's plays. The Doctor explains how history could be changed with devastating results by referring to the movie Back to the Future. Shakespeare fails to stop the play from being performed. to which the Doctor retorts 'No, the novelisation! At the end of the play, William Shakespeare announces a forthcoming sequel entitled Love's Labour's Won. As a reward for her help in the last episode, Martha Jones gets a trip in the TARDIS. He decides to find out more about why it was never published. Meanwhile, the TARDIS lands in the same time period sometime later. Shakespeare explains he still has to finish writing the end of the play and bids the Doctor goodnight, saying he will solve why the constant performance from him tomorrow. However, the Doctor turns out to be wrong about the consistency of the Bard's genius when he asks the audience to shut their "big fat mouths". Just before the Doctor steps out of the TARDIS, he exclaims "Brave new world", from Act V Scene I of The Tempest. The interior of the witches' house was almost immediately reused as Sarah Jane's attic at 13 Bannerman Road, where its expense was amortised over the five-year run of The Sarah Jane Adventures. Scenes set in the Globe Theatre were then partially filmed in the recreated Globe Theatre in London. The scene in which the Doctor and Martha share a room was originally written to have the Doctor casually undress down to his underwear; and still obliviously invite Martha to share the bed. Follow code-breaker Petter Amundsen and historian Dr. Robert Crumpton as they investigate the secrets buried in Shakespeare's first folio and decipher a coded map that may lead to … The Doctor is left bewildered by Will's sudden behaviour. Sometimes reality exceeds fiction. The Doctor finds the three "witches" trapped, screaming in their own crystal ball. Recognising the signs, the actors excuse themselves; to them, it looks like Shakespeare has found a new muse. Featuring: For over 100 years, Shakespeare has been one of the most recognizable brands in fishing. He refuses to answer and with a sudden stop both are thrown off balance; the ship has landed. The Doctor gives Will a neck brace for his pain, telling him to keep it as it looks good on him. (, The Doctor's psychic paper fails to work again because the person on the receiving end is able to outsmart the trick it plays on the mind. With her help, the Doctor manages to re-start his other heart. This is one of few occasions where the Doctor didn't appear to use the sonic screwdriver in the episode. As the production ends and the cast take their bows, Martha’s cries to see the author are taken up by the excited crowd, encouraging the dashing and handsome Shakespeare to make an appearance. They confront Lilith, who is expecting them. It was seen by 7.2 million viewers, and was the fourteenth most watched programme of the week. Lilith notes the Doctor was at the inn with Shakespeare and smells of something new. The witches turn out to be Carrionites, but they haven't reckoned with the difficulty of taking on the Doctor and arguably the world's greatest ever wordsmith. When regressing the architect in Bedlam, The Doctor uses the phrase "A Winter's Tale", whilst the architect himself uses the phrase "poor Tom" in the same way as the 'mad' Edgar in King Lear. In an early scene a sign is glimpsed for an inn named "The Elephant". Lilith stabs the doll in the chest, and Lynley collapses, dead. He ponders rewriting the play but is told not to as it would risk releasing the Carrionites, as they could manipulate him into rewriting the spell. Southwark, 1599 Volgens de BARB cijfers deze aflevering werd gezien door 7.230.000 kijkers en was de vijfde meest populaire uitgezonden op de Britse televisie in die week. Martha defends herself by stating that she's only just started believing in time travel. Tennant remarks that the title would likely change before broadcast, suggesting "Theatre of Doom" was only a temporary title. [11][12], Apart from Newport Indoor Market, where the scenes at Bedlam, as the Bethlem Royal Hospital was known as then, were recreated in the basement, the remainder of the shoot took place in Upper Boat Studios, for the scenes set in the Elephant Inn, sections of Globe Theatre material, and the TARDIS scenes.[8]. Historically, a reference to Love's Labour's Won (in Francis Meres's Palladis Tamia, Wits Treasury, 1598) predates the construction of the Globe Theatre (1599). Martha comes up with "Expelliarmus" and the Carrionites — together with all the extant copies of Love's Labour's Won — are sucked through the portal. Taken from the episode "The Shakespeare Code. Filming for the episode took place from 23 August to 15 September 2006. However, when Shakespeare himself coins the phrase "To be, or not to be", the Doctor suggests he write it down, but Shakespeare considers it "too pretentious". She then questions whether it is safe to walk around in the past, citing familiar time travel paradoxes such as the grandfather paradox and the so-called "butterfly effect". He went on to write several more books for Virgin Books and further Doctor Who spin-offs. For Martha's first trip in the Tardis, the Doctor takes her back in time, to Elizabethan England. He then asks the Doctor how he can have eyes so old for someone young. Among non-TV material, Shakespeare features in the Virgin Missing Adventures novels The Empire of Glass and The Plotters, and in the Big Finish Productions audio drama The Kingmaker. Martha asks about the play, and the Doctor confirms that when Will undid the magic of Love's Labour's Won , he banished every copy into the aether, or the Void, or the Untempered Schism, or the Time Vortex, or wherever the heck the Eternals trapped the Carrionites. It fades away, making them decide to keep it a secret. Director: Joining the Doctor, Shakespeare is told to improvise a verse to get rid of the Carrionites, as he is the most brilliant wordsmith. The witches Lilith, Doomfinger, and Bloodtide observe this through their cauldron, and Doomfinger teleports to the cell and kills Peter with a touch. This shocks the Doctor as he has yet to meet her, but comments that he is looking forward to finding out what he will do to offend her. [6], There are several references to races from earlier Doctor Who episodes. Martha mentions the possibility of killing her grandfather, an allusion to the grandfather paradox, when she first steps from the TARDIS. ‘Gyves’ = ‘constraints’. Martha and the Doctor try helping him, with the Doctor noting that it's like something struck Lynley's heart. See all galleries from The Shakespeare Code (4) Related Content. As revealed in Doctor Who Adventures issue 30, this episode had the working title of "Loves Labour's Won". Lilith credits the Carrionites' escape from the Eternals' banishment to 'new...glittering' words. The Doctor previously claimed to have met Shakespeare. This alerts the witches, who say it's too soon for their spell. She flies to the Globe, leaving the Doctor and Martha behind. " The Shakespeare Code" is de tweede aflevering van de derde reeks van de nieuw leven ingeblazen Britse science fiction tv-serie Doctor Who. The actors speak the last lines of the play. He says he'll take her home tomorrow. Norwegian researcher Petter Amundsen claims to have deciphered a secret code hidden in legendary playwright William Shakespeare's works that reveals a map leading to the location of certain treasures. Or else they risk getting committed to Bedlam. BBC One He again demands the play, but Shakespeare insists it's not ready yet. The Shakespeare Code: Concept Art and Graphics. In a different version of the joke, the Doctor exclaims "Once more unto the breach", and Shakespeare initially likes the phrase, before realising it is one of his own from Henry V, which was probably written in early 1599. Shakespeare takes interest in the word "psychic" and wonders who the Doctor is. Amused, Bloodtide tells her sister that no-one that can stop them now; humanity will doom itself. Shakespeare, Elizabeth I Producer: Shakespeare himself speaks with a noticeable Midlands accent, a reference to his birth and upbringing in Stratford-upon-Avon. Martha defends herself by saying that in Freedonia, women can have any profession they want. With the new TV series, Roberts again produced a tie-in novel (Only Human, 2005) and then various smaller jobs for the TV show, including the "Attack of the Graske" digital television interactive mini-episode and the TARDISODEs. 1 Biology 2 Technology 3 History 4 Other references 5 Behind the scenes The true form of a Carrionite resembled a giant skeletal raven or crow. Shakespeare then speaks, "To be or not to be", from his future play when explaining what he felt then, but wonders if the line is a bit pretentious; the Doctor is indifferent about it. He tells them the Queen may come, before muttering "As if.". The Doctor tells her it's "before the invention of the toilet", apologising. The three Carrionites allude to the Weird Sisters from Macbeth (which was written several years after the setting of this episode); like them, the Carrionites use trochaic tetrameter and rhyming couplets to cast spells. "The Shakespeare Code" is the second episode of the third series of the revived British science fiction television series Doctor Who. In 16th century London, a nymph, Lilith, is serenaded from her balcony by a lute-playing swain, Wiggins. Lilith shows her true face, scaring Dolly with a snarl. She also suggests that stepping on a butterfly might change the future of the human race, an idea that originates in Ray Bradbury's 1952 short story A Sound of Thunder. At the Globe, Love's Labour's Lost is on. Much to Wiggins' horror, the two mothers cackle and pounce on him, apparently devouring him. He then names Doomfinger a Carrionite, which causes her to disappear. Carrionites He states that he will have the last scene finished by the morning. An excited Martha says these oddities remind her of Harry Potter; with a smile, the Doctor tells her "Wait to till you read book seven. The Doctor steps forward to confront her; Doomfinger explains no-one on Earth has knowledge of them. Taken from the episode "The Shakespeare Code. The Tenth Doctor, who promised to take Martha on one trip, takes her to a performance of Love's Labour's Lost at the Globe Theatre in Southwark in 1599. Series 3, Episode 2 A character list in the beginning of the program declares a number of stacks, naturally with names like "Romeo" and "Juliet". The Doctor says it's "political correctness gone mad". Sometimes reality exceeds fiction. This is part of the reconstructed Globe and wouldn't have been present in the original. At the time in which the episode is set, Shakespeare had yet to write Macbeth or Hamlet, which prominently feature the paranormal, such as witches and ghosts. Their despatching of Peter Streete was at one point envisioned as being much more complex, with Streete being sucked down into his bed. As more and more newcomers discover the joy of fishing, Shakespeare will be there, providing the gear and inspiration to make sure that the next bite will never be the last. The Tenth Doctor takes her to 1599 England. The Doctor enters and Shakespeare tells him to leave, thinking him a fan who wants an autograph or a portrait done with him. The ending featuring Queen Elizabeth was Russell T Davies's idea, who told Roberts to "make it a bit like the ending of The One Doctor", a Big Finish Productions audio drama also written by Roberts.[5]. It was broadcast on BBC One on 7 April 2007. Lilith cackles and states that at the hour of spoken words, they will be freed and the Earth will perish. 180 The Doctor deduces both their location and the year: near the Globe Theatre in 1599. Shakespeare follows after him after giving his actors the final draft of his play. Aired on April 7, 2007. [13] Digital Spy's Dek Hogan found the plot "ludicrous" but praised the production values and special effects. At the end of the episode, Shakespeare, the Doctor and Martha use a word from Harry Potter, "Expelliarmus", to defeat the Carrionites, and the Doctor exclaims "Good old J.K.!". Martha awakens, thinking the Doctor is dead as well, but finds he's still alive — two hearts. Shakespeare flirts with Martha multiple times during the episode, and ultimately composes Sonnet 18 for her, calling her his "Dark Lady". Doctor: The Doctor explains the Carrionites produce their "magic" through an ancient science based on the power of words. It is also included in the Series 3 DVD box set. Freedonia was the name of a planet in, The Doctor uses the title of "Sir Doctor of TARDIS". Murray Gold The actors think Will is drunk and carry him backstage. Producer Russell T Davies and screenwriter Gareth Roberts have both stated that they were aware of these past references to meeting Shakespeare, but that they would neither be mentioned nor contradicted in the episode. By uttering the name Carrionite the Doctor is able to repel her. Charles Palmer Other sequences include subtle references to much earlier episodes. Martha is confused by this as she sees the Doctor's title on the paper. Examples of this include the Doctor telling Shakespeare that "all the world's a stage" (from As You Like It) and "the play's the thing" (from Hamlet), as well as the name Sycorax from The Tempest. They find the architect, Peter Streete, in a catatonic state. Martha scorns this explanation by saying 'The film?' The vast amount of CGI work required was mainly for the climax of the episode. She then asks if magic really exists, to which he states it doesn't — this looks like magic but isn't. Inside the inn, they wonder about Lynley's murder, but Shakespeare is equally confused by Martha's training as a doctor, wondering what kind of land Freedonia is. They are led into Streete's cell, where the Doctor finds he is suffering from catatonia. Watching from above is Lilith, dressed as royalty. He asks for a constable to take Lynley's corpse; Lilith offers to fetch one, walking off with a hidden grin on her face. The Doctor explains that Shakespeare fell into depression after his son's death. NOTE: Characters who exist outside Shakespeare are marked "(hist)" where they are historical, and "(myth)" where they are mythical.Where that annotation is a link (e.g. That night Shakespeare sneaks into a party celebrating Viola’s engagement to Lord Wessex ( Colin Firth ), but when Wessex notes the obvious attraction between Shakespeare and Viola, he threatens Shakespeare, who gives his name as Christopher Marlowe and flees the party. The Doctor collapses, making Lilith think he's dead. Lilith tries to do the same to the Doctor, but fails, as her psychic power is unable to uncover his real name. He tells for the Doctor not to ask him where he gets his ideas, but upon seeing Martha enter, he stops dead and then suddenly changes his tune, welcoming the two travellers into the room. Premiere broadcast: Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Fearing that they would be revealed if the Doctor can get Peter to talk, Lilith has Doomfinger transport herself. Taking flight through the window, she attaches the hair to a doll — which the Doctor says is basically a DNA replication module — and stabs it in the heart. He praised the acting, "witty" script, the concept of the Carrionites' witch-like appearance. Seeing how much he desires her, Lilith allows him entrance to her home. Cracking The Shakespeare Code. In the morning, the Doctor, Martha and Shakespeare proceed to the Globe Theatre, and the Doctor asks why the theatre has 14 sides. Three witches try and mess up William Shakespeare's mind and work. Back at The Elephant, the Doctor explains that the Carrionites vanished at the dawn of the universe; thus it was left to debate whether they were actually real. Original theme music by Ron Grainer  There are several references to the Harry Potter franchise. Doctor Who television stories in her honour, but is interrupted when two of his actors burst in. On the Doctor's order, Streete reveals that witches spoke to him and made him design the Globe to their design, not his own; once he had served his usefulness, they snapped his wits to keep him quiet about their plans. Martha tells the Doctor he shouldn't meet his heroes. He then notes Martha looks at the Doctor like she's surprised that he even exists. Wiggins is named after Doctor Martin Wiggins, a distinguished academic in the field of Elizabethan and Jacobean literature and the editor of several editions of influential plays of this period. Lilith temporarily stops one of the Doctor's two hearts and flies to the Globe Theatre. Release details More behind the scenes stuff The Doctor previously felt emotional at the mention of his lost companion, The arrow that is shot into the TARDIS mimics similar occurrences in, Queen Elizabeth's anger at the Doctor is given a possible cause in, The Doctor also mentioned meeting Queen Elizabeth in, The Doctor claims that Martha is a citizen of the nation of "Freedonia". When they find William Shakespeare with a lost play,… Main setting: Advertisement. "Welcome to the Doctor Who Channel! Through the window, Martha sees Lilith flying away on a broomstick. William Shakespeare improvises words of power and casts a magic spell to defeat the Carrionites. However, his attention shifts to Martha, whom he tries wooing, describing her as "a queen of Afric" or a "blackamoor lady", which she finds slightly offensive. The Doctor tells him to stop rubbing it or he'll go bald. Code was one of the most costly stories ever produced, with large expenditures on costumes and sets. It was rewritten as the producers and Tennant thought it would be inappropriate. Martha yells to be let out but is told by the Doctor that it's pointless as the entire building is yelling that. At that moment, Lynley, Master of the Revels, barges in, demanding to see Shakespeare's script before he allows the play to proceed. Lilith, having overheard Lynley, contacts her mothers to warn them; they tell her that the play must be performed the next night. The Doctor goes on about how much he admires Shakespeare's genius. This is the name of an inn recommended in Twelfth Night. The Doctor wonders which house they need to go to, finding a door opening itself; "Make that witch house.". Key crew By the time of production, however, the title had been changed to "Theatre of Doom", according to David Tennant's video diary shot during production and included as a bonus feature of the Series 3 DVD set. Premiere network: She tells them to calm down and chant with her, adding hair she secretly took from Lynley to a doll; it is now a voodoo doll. The Doctor and Martha arrive to find Shakespeare regaining consciousness and rubbing his head in pain. Scene from Series 3 episode "The Shakespeare Code." Shakespeare referred to Martha as the "Dark Lady," the mysterious subject (though perhaps allegorical) of many of his sonnets. She frets over her reception as a black woman in a time when slavery still exists. 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At one point, Martha says "It's all a bit Harry Potter", which prompts the Doctor to claim that he has read the final book in the series (which would not be released until three months after the episode was aired; the Doctor refers to it as "Book 7" because the title had not been made public at the time of filming). The Doctor tells her that when she gets home, she can tell everyone she's seen Shakespeare. Once at Bedlam, Martha and the Doctor are disgusted to learn that the patients are whipped to entertain the gentry. However, upon entering the home, he is shocked to find it full of horrifying witching artefacts — not what he would expect a beautiful girl to have in her home. Annoyed, the Doctor tells her that it's like Back to the Future, where if the past is significantly changed, the entire present day will be rewritten into something entirely different; now fearful, Martha wonders if she's going to start fading away, which the Doctor confirms if they don't stop the witches. 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