Behind the scenes video Amused, Bloodtide tells her sister that no-one that can stop them now; humanity will doom itself. 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). At The Elephant, Will and his actors are given beer by Dolly Bailey, the landlady. Scenes set in the Globe Theatre were then partially filmed in the recreated Globe Theatre in London. 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.!". BBC One 7 April 2007 Rating: 7.31 /10 based on 16 votes cast. Shakespeare fails to stop the play from being performed. 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. This is one of few occasions where the Doctor didn't appear to use the sonic screwdriver in the episode. The Tenth Doctor takes her to 1599 England. It included the first televised appearance of William Shakespeare since a cameo in 1965's The Chase. Scott Matthewman of The Stage gave "The Shakespeare Code" a mostly positive review, highlighting the guest performances and the theme of the power of words. The Doctor quotes the line, "Rage, rage against the dying of the light," from "Do not go gentle into that good night" by Dylan Thomas — but warns Shakespeare he cannot use it as it is "somebody else's". Martha and the Doctor try helping him, with the Doctor noting that it's like something struck Lynley's heart. 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 … Production started at the production team's Upper Boat Studios in Trefforest for the scenes in the Crooked House. Shakespeare sees it as a trite reply, something he'd do himself; both would rather not go into detail if they can help it. "I'm going for real," Shakespheare quips. Director: 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. 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". She is discovered by Dolly, who had just finished her work to help "relax" Will. Instead, she names Martha Jones, rendering her unconscious, muttering that she was unable to harm her more, as she must be out of her own time. The story plays on the speculation around Shakespeare's. A portal opens up, allowing the Carrionites back into the universe. 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. He offers to take Martha to the theatre, which she happily agrees to. Martha scorns this explanation by saying 'The film?' 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. Three witches try and mess up William Shakespeare's mind and work. She flies to the Globe, leaving the Doctor and Martha behind. This leads the Doctor to investigate the Globe next. For over 100 years, Shakespeare has been one of the most recognizable brands in fishing. in her honour, but is interrupted when two of his actors burst in. There has been a raging controversy as to whether or not he wrote the Shakespearean works himself. Originally titled "Love's Labour's Won",[2] the episode was re-titled as a reference to The Da Vinci Code. Dolly informs the Doctor and Martha that she's prepared a room for them. Next → Martha is confused by this as she sees the Doctor's title on the paper. Southwark, 1599 Suddenly, Mother Doomfinger appears in the cell and kills Peter with a touch to the heart. [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]. Shakespeare has appeared in one earlier Doctor Who episode, and the Doctor has also mentioned prior meetings. This is the name of an inn recommended in Twelfth Night. In the morning, Shakespeare flirts once more with Martha. The Doctor calmly announces to the crowd that Lynley has died a natural death, of a sudden imbalance of the humours. Shannon Sullivan's A Brief History of Time (Travel), However, without seeming to notice Martha's reaction, he attributes this to Martha being a novice to time travel. Doomfinger tells them she'll stop their hearts, asking who would like to go first. A cryptographic discovery that may change western history. His actors think Will's being a critic about his own work. The Shakespeare Code by Virginia M. Fellows, recently deciphered codes within the works of Shakespeare reveal the true story of Francis Bacon as the rightful heir of Queen Elizabeth I of England. Martha defends herself by saying that in Freedonia, women can have any profession they want. . The actors think Will is drunk and carry him backstage. Once at Bedlam, Martha and the Doctor are disgusted to learn that the patients are whipped to entertain the gentry. However, Lilith tells them it's just a preview of what's to come that night. Lilith explains the Eternals found the correct word to banish the Carrionites into darkness, but the three were able to escape using the power of Shakespeare's grief over his son — the grief of a genius — and intend to free the others. Premiere broadcast: Lilith notes the Doctor was at the inn with Shakespeare and smells of something new. At the end of the play, William Shakespeare announces a forthcoming sequel entitled Love's Labour's Won. In an early scene a sign is glimpsed for an inn named "The Elephant". He decides to find out more about why it was never published. Contrary to common belief, season 10 kicked off in the last week of December 1972 — not in 1973, as would be expected. Charles Palmer Shakespeare defends it, saying that fear of the place helped "set him right". [3][4] Roberts added that although early draft of "The Shakespeare Code" contained "a sly reference to City of Death", it was removed because "it was so sly it would have been a bit confusing for fans that recognised it and baffled the bejesus out of everyone else. Lynley collapses on the ground dead. Lilith promises to kill the Doctor as the bells ring outside. He refuses to answer and with a sudden stop both are thrown off balance; the ship has landed. It was rewritten as the producers and Tennant thought it would be inappropriate. 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]. Their despatching of Peter Streete was at one point envisioned as being much more complex, with Streete being sucked down into his bed. Shakespeare is credited with adding two to three thousand words to the English language, including 'assassination', 'eyeball', 'leapfrog' and 'gloomy'. a shot of one of the wooden beams has 'Bay J' printed on it. The vast amount of CGI work required was mainly for the climax of the episode. At the Globe, Love's Labour's Lost is on. Sometimes reality exceeds fiction. 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. The Shakespeare Code has accepted the latter. Lilith stabs the doll in the chest, and Lynley collapses, dead. A character list in the beginning of the program declares a number of stacks, naturally with names like "Romeo" and "Juliet". 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. To Will's shock, they tell him the Queen wants to see the play. He is then forced to run by Martha to keep himself alive. WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE'S magnitude and influence is unquestionable. Some of the words and names used are derived from other works. 3.2 However, Will then tells the Doctor that he actually means they will be leaving this era. The Carrionites and all the copies of Love's Labour's Won are sucked back through the closing portal. He then notes Martha looks at the Doctor like she's surprised that he even exists. One of the Doctor's hearts stops temporarily. The Doctor decides that is their next stop. The Doctor jokes, "London never changes". "[4], The name of the Carrionites derives from screenwriter Gareth Roberts' own New Adventures novel, Zamper (1995), which refers to a slug-like race known as "arrionites". Sometimes reality exceeds fiction. The Carrionites in the theatre wither in fear of his words, but William gets stuck on the last one, unable to think of a rhyme. The planet Rexel 4 is named in an episode of The Tomorrow People from 1974. He also tells the Doctor that the witches were based in All Hallows Street. He states that he will have the last scene finished by the morning. 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. They all cackle in glee as a spirit appears to the actors before they can finish reading the spell. 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. Finally, the Bard also appears in the Doctor Who Magazine Ninth Doctor comic A Groatsworth of Wit (also written by Gareth Roberts). The Doctor says it because he reads a lot. Much to Wiggins' horror, the two mothers cackle and pounce on him, apparently devouring him. The Doctor knows of the lost play as it appears in the listing of Shakespeare's works, but the play itself is non-existent. By uttering the name Carrionite the Doctor is able to repel her. When Martha asks what actually killed Lynley, the Doctor responds, "witchcraft", confusing her further. The episode was first broadcast at 7pm on 7 April 2007. WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE'S magnitude and influence is unquestionable. Producer: He asks Shakespeare why the Globe was designed like this. The Doctor finds the three "witches" trapped, screaming in their own crystal ball. Shakespeare explains the architect thought it allowed the sound to carry well. 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. This alerts the witches, who say it's too soon for their spell. When they find William Shakespeare with a lost play,… Lilith temporarily stops one of the Doctor's two hearts and flies to the Globe Theatre. Lilith cackles and states that at the hour of spoken words, they will be freed and the Earth will perish. The Doctor thinks he's heard of something before that involves the number 14, but can't seem to remember it. Shakespeare referred to Martha as the "Dark Lady," the mysterious subject (though perhaps allegorical) of many of his sonnets. The Doctor figures out that the 14 walls of the Globe are based on the 14 stars of the Rexel configuration. It is no hardship to leave something we never possessed in the first place – exercising dominion over something that does not put up a fight, putting fences round a place that contains nothing, pretending to endure suffering when we are free to get up and go at any time. Shakespeare is being bewitched by three witch-like Carrionites to rewrite the ending to his play Love's Labour's Won so that the performance will create the right words to free the rest of the Carrionite race from imprisonment. 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. Shakespeare tells the Doctor that they aren't so different; both are men of great intellect. "Doctor Who" The Shakespeare Code (TV Episode 2007) Christina Cole as Lilith A Carrionite spectre appears at the rehearsal. However, at the Globe, the actors have reached the end of the play. The Doctor gives her one from one of his pockets, explaining it contains Venusian spearmint. One of the putative lines of Love's Labour's Won, "the eye should have contentment where it rests", is taken from episode three of the 1965 serial The Crusade[7] — a story consciously written in Shakespearean style. It was broadcast on BBC One on 7 April 2007. However, Martha takes the event in stride as she has seen worse things in hospital. When Will is about to announce when the play will be performed, she takes control of his mind with a puppet; Will declares that it will be tomorrow night. In the episode, the alien time traveller the Doctor (David Tennant) takes his new travelling companion Martha Jones (Freema Agyeman) in her first trip in time and space. Shakespeare then remembers Peter Streete spoke of witches; he was the architect for the Globe Theatre. By genre: Lilith plunges the doll into a bucket of water. Lilith compels Shakespeare to write a strange concluding paragraph to Love's Labour's Won before flying away on a broom. Like the Chef programming language, it is designed to make programs appear to be something other than programs - in this case, Shakespearean plays. In The Shakespeare Code, the Carrionites subvert Shakespeare to plant their ‘spell’ in the climax of Love’s Labours Won, recitation of which will free their people from the Eternals banishment. Some of the expense was quickly rationalised by BBC Wales, however. (, 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. The Doctor previously claimed to have met Shakespeare. 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. In SFX magazine #152, producer Phil Collinson called this episode the "most expensive ever", because of the large amounts of CGI and filming in Warwick, Coventry and London. Oh, I cried." The episode concerns the "lost" Shakespeare play Love's Labour's Won, which is referred to in more than one historical document, but which may be just an alternative title for an extant play. 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. [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. Doomfinger and Bloodtide are joined by Lilith, who tells them of her supposed success. After viewing a performance of Shakespeare's latest play, the time travellers are beset by apparent sorcery. It was rewritten as the producers and. Story number: Tenth Doctor The Doctor explains how history could be changed with devastating results by referring to the movie Back to the Future. In the room is Lilith, disguised as a maid. The author himself comes on stage with the crowd cheering; he's quite a bit different from his portraits: he's not bald or wearing a collar. Martha, mimicking the Doctor's actions at Bedlam, tries to neutralise her by speaking the name Carrionite, but Lilith mocks her, since naming only works once. Martha awakens, thinking the Doctor is dead as well, but finds he's still alive — two hearts. The Shakespeare Programming Language (SPL) is an esoteric programming language designed by Jon Åslund and Karl Hasselström. This article is an index of characters appearing in the plays of William Shakespeare whose names begin with the letters A to K. Characters with names beginning with the letters L to Z may be found here.. Taken from the episode "The Shakespeare Code. The Doctor, Martha and Shakespeare hear a commotion in the street and run out, where Lynley vomits water. The Bard is seen by the Doctor and his companions on the screen of their Time-Space Visualiser in The Chase (1965), conversing with Elizabeth I; in Planet of Evil (1975), the Fourth Doctor mentions having met Shakespeare, and in City of Death (1979) he claims that he helped transcribe the original manuscript of Hamlet; and in The Mark of the Rani (1985) the Sixth Doctor says "I must see him [Shakespeare] again some time". 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. Shakespeare subsequently flirts with the Doctor as well, at which the Doctor observes, "Fifty-seven academics just punched the air," a reference to the debates on this subject. Martha defends herself by stating that she's only just started believing in time travel. Main setting: The episode makes reference to the many debates about Shakespeare's sexuality. As they leave the theatre, Martha asks why she has never heard of Love's Labour's Won. [5], In the Lost Adventure by Douglas Adams Shada,there is a passing reference to a Time Lord, Scintilla, who was imprisoned for 'conspiring with Carrionites and the novelisation of Shada was also written by Roberts. Stage Fright A witch called Lilith uses a voodoo doll to influence Shakespeare to declare that the new play will premiere the following evening. The Doctor tells her no; Martha agrees that would be taking advantage of time travel the wrong way. The, The subject of the Doctor's old eyes returns when. Roberts has said, "I always thought it was a nice word, and I was thinking of the witches as carrion creatures, so I bunged a C in front of it". The Doctor tells her that when she gets home, she can tell everyone she's seen Shakespeare. 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. The Doctor gives Will a neck brace for his pain, telling him to keep it as it looks good on him. British Shakespearean scholar Robert Crumpton embarks on a mission to prove he is spectacularly wrong. The years seen in this section may seem decidedly "off". For Martha's first trip in the Tardis, the Doctor takes her back in time, to Elizabethan England. 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. When Lynley, the Master of the Revels, demands to see the script before allowing the play to proceed, Lilith plunges a voodoo doll made of his hair into a bucket of water and stabs it in the chest. Her name is not even said by Bloodtide, Doomfinger or Lilith herself. Doctor: Shakespeare remains adamant about what he sees and the Doctor explains the psychic paper, noting that Shakespeare's immunity to the paper proves that he is an "absolute genius". The Doctor collapses, making Lilith think he's dead. Frowning, the Doctor moans in disappointment. Another memorable moment He found the plot "straightforward", but still said it was entertaining with a good performance by Kelly. Smith and Jones Seeing how much he desires her, Lilith allows him entrance to her home. 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). Lilith's name is only said once throughout the whole episode. When asked by the Doctor what she saw, Martha answers, "A witch". 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. [14] Nick Setchfield, writing for SFX, awarded the episode five out of five stars, finding the production "confident". However, its seems some of the Carrionites are back. Queen Elizabeth enters, much to the Doctor's amusement. Phil Collinson The Doctor gives a disgruntled Martha mixed signals by casually sharing the bed with her only to show no interest, then dismissing the idea that a mere human could be channelling the psychic energy and bemoaning the lack of Rose's insight. He speculated that he might like it better when watching it again later after he has warmed up to Martha. David Tennant, unusual amongst other Doctors, began and ended on special episodes, not regular ones. The Doctor tells Shakespeare that only he can find the words to close the portal. As a reward for her help in the last episode, Martha Jones gets a trip in the TARDIS. The reasoning behind why she disliked him so much wasn't explained until the 50th anniversary special The Day of the Doctor. 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. In response to a flirtatious remark from Shakespeare towards him, the Doctor says, "57 academics just punched the air." Key crew It is also included in the Series 3 DVD box set. 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. 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. He then begins rambling about the facts: humanoid females that channel energy into power through words. At one point, the Doctor uses the title "Sir Doctor of TARDIS," which had been awarded to him by Queen Victoria in "Tooth and Claw" (2006). The Shakespeare Code: | | | 180 – "The Shakespeare Code" | | | ... World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the … The carrionites attack and make their plans known to The Doctor. They apologise to the crowd, resuming the play. They arrive in 1599 near the Globe Theatre in Southwark, where they meet the playwright William Shakespeare. (, The crystal ball imprisoning the Carrionites reappears when the Doctor is fishing through a TARDIS chest for an, After arriving in 1599, The Doctor tells Martha to "walk like you own the place." There are numerous other allusions to Shakespeare's plays. William Shakespeare improvises words of power and casts a magic spell to defeat the Carrionites. Confused, Martha asks the Doctor why he told the crowd a lie. 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. The Doctor and Martha arrive to find Shakespeare regaining consciousness and rubbing his head in pain. (A remake of “Shakespeare: The Hidden Truth,” including new discoveries.) Wanting to see the author himself, Martha starts what the Doctor thinks might be the first crowd chant for Shakespeare. Tennant remarks that the title would likely change before broadcast, suggesting "Theatre of Doom" was only a temporary title. " The Shakespeare Code" is de tweede aflevering van de derde reeks van de nieuw leven ingeblazen Britse science fiction tv-serie Doctor Who. In addition, the Doctor finds a skull in Shakespeare's prop store that reminds him of the Sycorax race from "The Christmas Invasion" (2005); when the Doctor mentions the name "Sycorax" to Shakespeare, Shakespeare says that he will use the name (the joke is that the name in fact derives from Caliban's mother in Shakespeare's play The Tempest.). Thus, his series actually begin in 2005, 2006 and 2007 — not 2006, 2007 and 2008 as is commonly thought. They run through the streets back to the TARDIS as the guards run after them. But his life is shrouded in mystery. These references include some metatheatrical humour, since David Tennant played the villain Barty Crouch, Jr in the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. 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