1st Anniversary Competition – win a Limited Special Edition Doctor Who Audio Adventure! Now closed.


Wow, look at the prize!

First things first, it is Project Indigo’s 1st Anniversary on March 25th 2015 and to celebrate I am giving away an amazing prize –

A Limited Special Edition Doctor Who Audio Adventure ‘The Romance of Crime and The English Way of Death’!

The prize - A Big Finish Audio Adventure!

This audio book features the Fourth Doctor, Romana and K9. Starring Tom Baker, Lalla Ward and John Leeson, this is a five-disc limited Special Edition which includes a behind the scenes interview disc and a cover exclusive to this release. This edition also comes in deluxe limited edition packaging, which features a stunning array of professional photos of the cast. These stories are based on the novels by Gareth Roberts, adapted by John Dornet and directed by Nicholas Briggs.

Thank you so much to Big Finish for donating this very special prize which one lucky reader will win! I am very grateful.

To be in with a chance of winning , here is the question that you must answer!

What would you like to give to the Doctor as a gift?

Please leave a comment on this post with your answer and one winner will be picked at random. Only one entry per person please. I will e-mail the winner to confirm the delivery address.

Closing date is 11.59 pm on April 30th 2015.

Good luck!

This has been an awesome year! Since I started Project Indigo I have had many adventures of my own. I have travelled the British Isles and visited many Doctor Who locations. I spent some time in Wales over the summer and visited around 30 different locations – from ancient castles to beautiful beaches. I even got to attend the Doctor Who World Tour 2014! That was a red carpet event and I was in the audience for the World Premiere of Deep Breath, the first episode of the latest series.

I have met lots of lovely people at Sci-Fi events, including many famous Doctor Who actors and I have collected lots of autographs and made many friends. I have even been shown on TV – Project Indigo was shown on Blue Peter and I was given a Blue Peter badge, which was really cool!

One day I met the Doctor and his companion Clara, Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman, completely by accident! I bumped into them doing a photoshoot in Parliament Square. I was lucky enough to be given a wristband to get into the press area where I could take lots of photos. I was introduced to Peter and Jenna who were both very kind and friendly. It was the best day of my life!

Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to chat with me including :

Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman
Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman

Thank you to my friends and family, my blog friends and followers and Twitter friends and followers, competition entrants and winners,  the friends I have made at conventions and everyone who has featured Project Indigo including my school magazine, Blogtor Who, Blue Peter, Jump! Mag, Kids’ Blog Club, The Local Eye, MAD Blog Awards, Mumsnet Bloggers Network,  thisisFoxx, Whoogle News, and Kate and the team at Who Wars.

Thank you to everyone else who has supported me in my first year of blogging including Big Finish for donating an amazing prize, BU Whovian Society for the welcome, Dan and George for the match in Victoria Park, Doctor Who Locations Guide for helping me find out more about the filming locations, Explore Learning for the encouragement, Mango Frog for the Dalek all the way from New Zealand, Professor Ian McCrury for the talk at Bournemouth University, Peter Mole and the staff at Aggregates Industries UK for the wonderful tour around Warmwell Quarry, Catherine Smith for the fantastico Peter Capaldi portrait and Red Bee Media and BBC Worldwide for helping me meet the Doctor and Clara! Sorry if I have forgotten anyone 🙂

I look forward to the future and seeing how Project Indigo gets on in 2015! Thank you for reading.

I’m Tom. Join me on my adventure through time and space!

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91 thoughts on “1st Anniversary Competition – win a Limited Special Edition Doctor Who Audio Adventure! Now closed.”

  1. Happy Anniversary Project Indigo! It must be wonderful to have seen so many different Doctor Who locations. It would really bring it to life, I think. And I think I would give the Doctor some of my marbles, because they are great, colourful and pocket sized, so you can take them with you anywhere.
    These are some great photos, I really like reading about your adventures 😀 Happy Anniversary!

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  2. I would give the doctor a good laugh. Most of the time he does not laugh. In one episode he mentioned he was tired of all the killing.
    I miss the doctors who had tension with their companions. A little romance should be the theme of the doctor. Rivers does not quite fit in. Rose was good. Good luck in 2015.

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  3. If I had the power then nothing in the world can stop me…err I mean I’d give the Doctor an opportunity to sit down with all of his companions past, present and future for one last farewell meal. Seriously, he deserves it after all these years of saving the universe. As for getting Amy and Rory there, well no one said that the Doctor had to pick them up himself, did they? I’m sure Captain Jack could do a few trips around time and space.

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  4. Congrats on running for blog for a year, and it’s been great seeing you at conventions.
    I would give the Doctor something he’s lost many times, never with choice, and always with great pain. Gallifrey, his home and his family, who Russell T took away 10 years ago, and which has been constantly by promised and lost to him in the modern series. There is nothing more a lost boy needs than a home and a family, and whilst he has forged his own across the universe, we have seen how much it means to him and the devastation caused when he lost it.

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  5. Absolutely fantastic blog, Happy Anniversary Project Indigo! After lots of conversation, Joshua and Jasmine would give him the link to this wonderful blog so he could see the efforts of such an inspiring young man 🙂

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  6. I would give the Doctor a slice of my homemade chocolate orange cake. I think he deserves that small gesture after centuries of battling against Daleks, Cybermen, Krynoid and the like! The Doctor barely gets time to have a rest, so I think a slice of cake would perk him up a bit and hopefully give him the adrenaline to carry on saving the universe!

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  7. Congratulations on your 1st birthday! Id give the Dr a lifetime supply of Fishfingers and custard 😀 Matt Smith is (and will likely always be) my favourite Dr, but I’m still enjoying Peter Calpadis role

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  8. A birthday party, with some of his regenerations, past enemies and companions for his 500th birthday. A bit like this is your life, you think you have got rid of Davros, but we found him in a retirement home on Skaro

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  9. I would provide the Doctor with a Gallifreyan companion who regenerated so that he wouldn’t have to go through the heartbreak of losing his human companions.

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  10. Having had my annual problem trying to remember to change all the clocks and watches for daylight saving, I realised that the doctor might have a similar problem when he moves about in time and space. I would therefore propose an ideal gift for the doctor (which I would wager he will pass on to win ne of his assistants) would be an ever-correct watch from those master watch makers on Gnomealia. I mean, surely there is no present like the time?

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  11. I would give him £10.00 in a high interest account.
    In a few thousand years he could retire with a fortune.
    Perhaps he could just buy the Daleks off, even they must have a price.

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  12. a new companion, my daughter, as her ambition in life is to become the new companion, she would drive him crazy with all her questions but at the same time keep him on his toes, perfect for him

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  13. I would love to give the doctor a dancing monkey wearing a bowler hat, not only would that make anyone smile the monkey could be trained to be his next assistant

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