The TARDIS materialises in a Torchwood Tower loading bay and is surrounded immediately by armed guards. The TARDIS materialises in a playground on the Powell Estate to visit Jackie Tyler. A/N: The chapters will only follow the Timelords' perspectives and any mentions of them, so some scenes will be left out. The doors to the void ship room seal, locking in Rose, Mickey and Singh. Meanwhile, Rose leaves the TARDIS and, picking up a stray laboratory coat, makes her way to the room with the void ship. Doctor Who is a British science fiction series which showcases the adventures of a strange, time-traveling man known as The Doctor. To Rose's surprise, "Samuel" is Mickey Smith, who signals Rose to keep quiet. The two-part story features the Daleks, presumed extinct after the events of the 2005 series' finale, and the Cybermen, who … Daleks created by Terry Nation Jackie wonders what will happen to Rose when she is gone and if she will keep travelling, and changing, until she is no longer Rose Tyler, or even human. Rose asks if the ghosts might be related to the Gelth but the Doctor replies negatively; the Gelth were simply coming through the Rift, whereas the ghosts are forcing themselves into existence across the world. The ghosts are using peoples' desires and beliefs to press themselves into existence. (Season 2, Episode … These sounds match the placement of Cyberman appearances in the "Next Time..." trail, suggesting that the trail was originally planned to go before the credits (as happened with the trail during two-parters during the first series) but was moved during the edit. The black Dalek approaches the three humans; it announces the location as Earth, that lifeforms have been detected, and gives the order to exterminate, a command echoed by the other Daleks. • Cybermen created by Kit Pedler and Gerry Davis, The magnified star: a Graeme Harper signature, Sword of Orion • Spare Parts • Real Time • The Harvest • The Reaping • The Gathering • Human Resources • The Girl Who Never Was • The Ultimate Adventure • Kingdom of Silver • Legend of the Cybermen • The Silver Turk • Silver Lining • The Crystal of Cantus • The Blue Tooth • Last of the Cybermen • The Isos Network • Return to Telos • The Tyrants of Logic • Code Silver • Master of Worlds • Hour of the Cybermen • Conversion, The Coming of the Cybermen • Flower Power • Cyber-Mole • The Cyber Empire • Eskimo Joe • Masquerade • The Time Museum • Test Flight • Junk-Yard Demon • Throwback: The Soul of a Cyberman • Deathworld • Black Legacy • Revelation! With David Tennant, Billie Piper, Camille Coduri, Noel Clarke. The Doctor removes one of Adeola's earpieces, and, to her disgust, Hartman sees a long string of nerve tissue dangling from it, indicating it was connected straight to her brain. A UK-only standalone release followed in 2015. As he adjusts the controls, Torchwood picks up the signal, and Hartman orders the ghost shift closed down. Season 10 actually began nine years after season 1 started. It marked the first on-screen appearance of the Torchwood Institute and the Cult of Skaro, as well as the return of the alternate universe Cybermen, appearing for the first time in the Doctor's own universe. In the work area, the Doctor, Hartman and two soldiers investigate in the corridor location where the three employees were "turned" and they find themselves surrounded by the advance guard of Cybermen. Hartman leads the Doctor to the room with the Sphere, which the Doctor studies with the 3D glasses before identifying it as a void ship, a hypothetical craft for travelling through the nothingness between parallel universes. However, once they go into Hartman's office, Adeola, Matt and Gareth restart the countdown. When Rose stands in the same place further on in the episode, the same sign is seen but with extra additions. Hartman calls it an invasion, but the Doctor notes it is too late for that — it is a victory. The Doctor, singing the Ghostbusters theme, assembles a device to determine the ghosts' origin by triangulation. He explains, sonicing a piece of glass as a demonstration, that when the sphere came through, it cracked the surface of this dimension. First Aired: July 1st, 2006. Series 2, Episode 12 Gareth suggests a secluded location, which is off-limits as it is apparently an area under renovation, but Adeola hesitates. The Doctor is annoyed and insulted that Queen Victoria marked him as an enemy, given all he did to save her life - "talk about gratitude." As the power rises, the void ship activates, shaking the whole room. A blonde woman, Yvonne Hartman, steps out of her Torchwood Institute office and states that they measured the "ghost energy" at five thousand gigawatts, and congratulates her staff. That space was called "the Void" by the Time Lords; the Eternals called it the Howling; others call it Hell. 2.12 An Egyptian sarcophagus is inside the Torchwood Institute. The Cybermen lead the Doctor and Hartman as prisoners back to the breach, where they kill the technicians trying to shut the programme down. Then came the army of ghosts, Torchwood, and the war. It also introduced Yvonne Hartman, the administrator of Torchwood One. Production code: The Torchwood machines power up, and the ghosts begin to appear as before. Meanwhile, Hartman reveals that the Doctor was written into the original Torchwood Foundation charter in 1879 as an enemy of the Crown. 1 July 2006 Join us on this episode as we discuss the Season 2 thriller Army of Ghosts! As the Doctor searches Torchwood Tower to find answers, something sinister lurks in the building. Ghosts of India is the first novel I’ve read featuring the Doctor (as portrayed by the inimitable David Tennant) and the irrepressible, no-nonsense Donna (Catherine Tate). (TV: Under the Lake) When removed from a living individual, souls could manifest as ghosts.