Doctor Who 50th anniversary: The 10 Best Christmas gifts for fans of the show

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To mark the 50th anniversary of the longest-running science fiction television show in the world, we've put together a selection of presents perfect for any Whovian

 

1. Official Dalek for 50th anniversary

As part for the 50th anniversary celebrations, a limited edition British icon Dalek has been created, with a moveable eye stalk, sound effects and 10 phrases it is a nifty little piece of memorabilia.

£29.61, amazon.co.uk

2. Tardis blind

For something a little more subtle, this fabric blind with a Tardis design on it is just the thing. Practical and slightly geeky, it is a nice piece of homeware for any lounge or bedroom.

£99, directblinds.co.uk   

3. Dalek tea pot

Settle down with a cup of tea while you watch Doctor Who and why not use this Dalek teapot to brew your leaves? This porcelain teapot has a fantastic retro design. Also available with a Tardis design.

£35, hintonshome.com

4. Doctor Who jigsaw

Fans of Doctor Who will love this collector's edition 1,000 piece puzzle which will provide hours of fun. The jigsaw features all 11 Doctors from William Hartnell to Matt Smith and plenty of villains as well. It might be aged for 10+ but we think this jigsaw is perfect for any Whovian.  

£12.99, shop.winningmoves.co.uk

5. Doctor Who cookie jar

Why not have a biscuit with your tea? This Tardis cookie jar has a rubber seal to keep your cookies fresh. We're not completely sure if it's bigger on the inside than the outside.

£24.99, lakeland.co.uk

6. Doctor Who apron

Something more quirky is this cotton apron with the fourth Doctor's costume on it. If you're more of a David Tennant or Matt Smith fan, they also have designs featuring the costumes of the tenth and eleventh Doctor.

£13.99, forbiddenplanet.com

7. Doctor Who retro bag

For the fashion conscious fans, this shoulder bag featuring all 11 of the Doctors is a great gift.

24.99, forbiddenplanet.com

8. The Sonic Screwdriver - Universal remote control

Become a Time Lord with your very own Sonic Screwdriver. This is not just a piece of memorabilia, the Sonic Screwdriver is a handy gadget that you can programme to control everything from your television to your iPod dock with the flick of your wrist.

£52.86, amazon.co.uk

9. Doctor Who home espresso set

If you're more of a coffee drinker then this espresso set is the thing to keep you awake through your Doctor Who marathon. Each cup has an iconic Doctor Who design, including the Tardis, a Dalek and a Cyberman.

£35, hintonshome.com

10. Dalek cupcake cases

If you're holding a Doctor Who 50th anniversary party then you definitely need these Dalek cases for your cupcakes. There are 50 in a pack - a perfect number for a perfect party.

£2.99, lakeland.co.uk  

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