Synaesthesia and Doctor Who – Part 3 (Missing Stories and the Black and White Era)

Click for Part 2. One aspect of the all the stories covered so far in this series of articles is that they have all been produced past 1970.  Moving away from this and to the true early years of Doctor Who opens up an interesting point in context of synaesthetic relations to the stories involved; can a colour association be made with a story that … Continue reading Synaesthesia and Doctor Who – Part 3 (Missing Stories and the Black and White Era)

Synaesthesia and Doctor Who – Part 1 (Early VHS, The Five Doctors and The Robots of Death)

Though synaesthesia can be something of a gift or hindrance to people who are born with, it is also possible to see it as a psychological option when categorising elements of everyday life. Perhaps unconsciously aware that an object or thing is producing a stimulus associated with another sense entirely, the phenomena of people rationalising something like music into colour has been around for centuries. … Continue reading Synaesthesia and Doctor Who – Part 1 (Early VHS, The Five Doctors and The Robots of Death)