The imaginary world of Doctor Who, created through more than 5 decades by numerous talented writers, producers, designers and actors, not to mention The Doctor himself played by Tom for 7 years, has entertained millions of people, and in some cases helped them tackle this confusing world and make something of their lives.

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Harry Mckinney Harry Mckinney wrote on November 9, 2019 at 12:34 pm:
Dear Mr. BAKER,
Thank you for your autograph. You were my first Doctor and the best one. I lost my sister Yvette, but I will always remember the many evenings that she and I would sit together and watch your episodes.
I know you have done much more than Doctor Who, but you and the role you had allowed me to spend many happy days in fellowship with sister. I wish to bless you and your family. If God wills I will see you one day, even though I live in America. Please consider going to one of our conventions.
You are a blessing to me forever.
Sincerely and with love and eternal gratitude, your friend, Harry Mckinney
Tony Regan Tony Regan from Conover wrote on November 8, 2019 at 7:33 pm:
Whenever I see or think of my childhood I think of Tom Baker as the Doctor. I have such lovely and fond memories of watching him on Saturday mornings on PBS. Those memories are priceless and I think him for being a part of those memories. For me, Tom is the ONLY Doctor!!! Love from North Carolina, USA
Sara Robinson Sara Robinson from Bungendore wrote on November 8, 2019 at 3:46 pm:
Hi Tom,

You have always been my favourite Doctor as your humour just made it that much more enjoyable for me to watch Doctor Who as a child (that and your Jelly Babies) and you still make me laugh just as much all these years later.

One of my earliest memories of watching Doctor Who is from around age 5 when a colleague of my mathematician father had come to visit and watched "Revenge of the Cybermen" with me one night. The next day he woke up to find one of my teddy bears in his bed and as it hadn't been there when he went to sleep he spoke to my parents about it who then questioned me. I told them that I had put it there in the middle of the night because Angus' wife, Barbara, wasn't with him that trip and I had gotten worried he might be lonely and scared. They said he of course missed Barbara very much but didn't understand why I thought Angus would be scared and I told them it was because of how scary the Cybermen and their pet Cybermats had been in the episode we had watched together. I remember we were sat on the sofa together and he put his arm around me when I got scared. I wasn't scared once I went to bed as I had all my teddy bears to keep me safe and I just wanted him to have one too.

Years later I found out the reason Barbara hadn't come with Angus for the first time ever was because she had passed away. My parents just hadn't wanted to tell me.

Thank you for being exactly who you are and for your ability to entertain me both as a child and an adult. ❤️
India Meesig India Meesig from Cleveland,Heights OHIO wrote on November 8, 2019 at 7:38 am:
Mr. Baker,

I am sure you've heard this before but you are one of two of my sons and my favorite Doctors.The other being John Pertwee. As I write this we are binge watching your episodes. We both want to thank you for these hours and weeks of enjoyment. He and I bond over our Who mania and you are a big part of that.

May you enjoy good health and continued longevity.

India and River Meesig
Thomas Rogers Thomas Rogers from Pickerington wrote on November 7, 2019 at 1:23 am:
I just wanted to say thank you for everything. You opened my eyes to all the wonders of science fiction as a child. You will always be my first thought and last thought in the wonder you created in my mind.
Steven R. Baldwin Steven R. Baldwin from Kirksville Missouri U.S.A. wrote on October 29, 2019 at 7:58 am:
I recently celebrated my sixty third birthday,and my adorable,daughters birthday,that follows my own by a day.
Somehow she found a forty year old Dr. Who fan magazine,and pointedly told me. That it was the same age as she is. I must say they are both beautiful and remarkably well preserved. I cherish this time traveler, and will of course have it suitably framed.
Thank you Doctor for all the wonderful adventures and insights about how to be a truly Human being.
Linda Levitan Linda Levitan from Rochester, NY wrote on October 18, 2019 at 8:37 pm:
I had the pleasure of meeting Tom Baker in St. Louis . . . it would have been Spring 1984. Ah, what an adventure that was!

I enjoy browsing through dictionaries, too . . . still trying to track down an elusive one that has blue-foil thumb tabs.
Victor Herbert Victor Herbert from Kitchener wrote on October 16, 2019 at 1:08 am:
Thank you Tom for your efforts in bringing Doctor Who alive. I enjoyed the show as a child and continue to do so now as a senior citizen. My fascination with the show has grown - inspiring me to join the Doctor Who Society of Canada, to build Dalek KaiKor and to begin attending Comic Cons as the 4th Doctor.

Thank you
Bill Bill from New Jersey wrote on October 12, 2019 at 11:52 pm:
Tom, just wanted to say thanks for so many great performances over the years, and especially for the 4th Doctor, my favorite since childhood! During a period of recent unemployment I listened to your many BBC and Big Finish audio performances, which were filled with integrity, wit, boldness, and fun.
I must say that helped me to keep my spirits up and boost my morale until steady work and a better career could be embarked upon. Facing adversity by tweaking it in the proverbial nose was something I think I learned from the good Doctor. Keep that twinkle in your eyes! Many thanks.

Sincerely yours,
Mike Partin Mike Partin from Des Moines wrote on October 5, 2019 at 7:52 am:
Hello Tom,

I can't even imagine how many hours of my life has been spent listening to or watching your interpretation of the Doctor. By far and away my favorite. You will always be my Doctor. Thank you so much for all the memories and joy.

Mike 'Fuzzy' Partin
Jeff Jeff from Chicago wrote on October 5, 2019 at 2:58 am:
Dear Tom,
You were my favorite Doctor when I was 12, and remain so today.
I just finished listening to you reading your book Scratchman and what a marvelous time I had. What really comes through, and makes my heart smile, is your obvious affection for Lis Sladen and Ian Marter, your insightful thoughts about the character, the show, and about life itself. Thank you for that, and for what remains some of the best, most magical and unique moments ever broadcast on television. I wish you all the best.
John Stanley John Stanley from Yorktown, Indiana wrote on October 2, 2019 at 5:41 pm:
Hi Tom,
I've just sent in an order and am sending you a pic to autograph. just wanted to say thanks in advance for that. I really appreciate that you provide this service. when I was a kid growing up here in Indiana, I discovered Doctor Who on PBS. it was just so fantastic watching you in your adventures as The Doctor. now, of course, I'm much older and unfortunately live in pain, but when I watch you in the old episodes, I can forget all that, and just be that kid again. so, I just wanted to thank you for that.

wish that I could get to meet you, but doesn't seem likely now, so getting you to sign the pic that I've sent, will be the next best thing. so thanks again, I'm looking forward to getting it. and big thanks for doing all the Big Finish audios, so great that you're still giving us new adventures.

John Stanley
Nick Nick from Walsall wrote on September 28, 2019 at 5:47 pm:
Hi Tom, i hope your very well.
You were the Dr Who that i grew up with during my child hood. I have many of your Dr Who adventures, and i have one on now as I'm writing this.
I would just like to say thank you for the many hours of pleasure and entertainment you have given me over the years.
I wish you good health and happiness.
Kindest regards
Nick Wright
Harley Dennison Harley Dennison from Eureka, USA wrote on September 25, 2019 at 6:06 am:
Dear Tom,

As a relatively new fan to Doctor Who by comparison of many others out in the world, I can say with absolute faith that having seen all of the Classic series (which was a rather massive undertaking considering how long you were in the part of The Doctor) that I can completely understand why you became and still are the face of Doctor Who.

You're still a highlight among the great actors who have stepped into the role as The Doctor and an inspiration for a writer such as myself with your charming and delightful performances.

Wishing you in good health. Love from Harley.
Lily connors Lily connors from Swansea wrote on September 21, 2019 at 8:58 pm:
Hi Tom
I have been a fan of yours since my dad sat me down to watch the classic Dr who when I was 5 years old and I am 15 now.
It was through my dad's love of doctor who that I now follow in his footsteps but it is because of you and the other amazing actors from doctor who, that got me into collecting doctor who memorabilia, I am now the current Guinness world record holder for most Dr who memorabilia.
I owe you so much for inspiring me to achieve this...SO THANK YOU MR BAKER XXX.
I have tried to get to see you at signings in London but my dad has been too ill we had to miss you last weekend, I will however keep a look out on your next signings and will try my very best to meet you in person, that is my dream 😁 and thank you for everything you have done in the making of. The best program on t.v and in history.
Please take care, be happy and be nice to jelly babies
Love from lily c xx
Nick and jan Nick and jan from Kent england wrote on September 19, 2019 at 12:15 am:
He'll Tom it was good to see you at the London film fair on Sunday sept15th in London we hadn't seen you for over a year a good day out Nick and jan.
Edward Jacobs Jr Edward Jacobs Jr from Parma wrote on September 13, 2019 at 6:19 pm:
Hi Tom,

I enjoyed my personalized Christmas Card from a few years ago, thank you. Also, as of today 09/13/19, I finally own all of your Doctor Who Story Arcs. I just got Horns of Nimon to complete my Forth Doctor Collection. Wishing you the best from Ohio.
Your friend,
the nose knows, Jelly Baby?
Jaidyn Stanton Jaidyn Stanton from Alice Springs, Central Australia wrote on September 12, 2019 at 6:17 am:
Dear Mr Baker,

My mum watched you as the 4th Doctor when she was younger and now you're my favourite after I saw Genesis Of The Daleks. I have been a fan of yours ever since then and I love your famous quote "There's no point being grown up if you can't be childish sometimes".

I've also enjoyed the other roles you've played as Rasputin, Prince Koura in the Golden Voyage of Sinbad and as the narrator of Little Britain. I look forward to finding more that you've done and reading Scratchman of course.

Thank you for all that you've done and continue to do.

With best regards, your Australian fan Jaidyn.
Kent Kent from Cleburne wrote on September 5, 2019 at 1:26 am:
Just finished Scratchman and was impressed. I hope maybe there are more coming? Awesome to have the best Doctor writing about the best Doctor!
Catherine Barbree Catherine Barbree from 153 Oak Street wrote on September 3, 2019 at 3:12 pm:
Hey Tom, I just want to say I'm a BIG fan of yours I LOVED you when you played the doctor on the tv show Doctor Who.I hope you can come to Pensacon that's in Pensacola Florida I would love to meet you I also loved K9 as well I too love animals hope you had a happy 85th birthday.

Lots of love, Catherine
Kathy Beckford Kathy Beckford from York, PA USA wrote on August 25, 2019 at 10:24 pm:
Hello! I've been watching Doctor Who since early elementary school (at least 37 years ago) and you, by far, are my FAVORITE Doctor!!! You were my first Doctor and when I run into a "Whovian" I always mention you and have fond memories of watching you Saturday afternoons.
Doctor Who has been a big part of my life. This may sound strange but it's true: I've survived some traumatic events and one of the only things that calms me down from anxiety is listening to soundtracks from Classic Doctor Who.
I love music in general but those tracks are the ones that work the fastest!
Lastly I wanted to share a fun fact. You and my mom are only a few days apart in age--born in the same month in the same year but in two different parts of the world! I greatly appreciate your work over the years bringing joy to many!! Take care!
Alison Coons Alison Coons from Corrales wrote on August 22, 2019 at 4:17 am:
I have finished reading you Scratchman book, that I received for my birthday. I felt, when completing it, it was a love letter to your fans. I have a lovely long letter from you written in the mid 80's, when I missed the convention and sent you a note and a small libation. It was my only fan letter ever and you were so kind as to reply with a letter and some Dr. Who memorabilia. I still have that letter in my keepsake box. It, and your book, are lovely and deeply appreciated. As is your Doctor. Keep well.
Diane Wagner Diane Wagner from Trempealeau wrote on August 20, 2019 at 7:58 pm:
Dear Mr. Baker,

You will forever be my Doctor Who. You filled my Saturday mornings with enjoyment on PBS (we had three channels back then) and you and PBS were my friends. Thank you making my childhood fun.

Sincerely Yours,

Diane Wagner
John Grimshaw John Grimshaw from Putney wrote on August 19, 2019 at 12:12 pm:
I finished a walk from Hastings at Rye on Saturday, where I was amazed to see Tom Baker coming towards me along the pavement, as I had no idea he lived there. As someone who has watched Doctor Who since the start in 1963, you will understand that this was the high spot of my day! As I was with a group and he was clearly on his way somewhere, I didn't think to interrupt him, but I would have said that he has given me much viewing pleasure over the years and I still watch his wonderful Doctor Who episodes.
Richard Ison Richard Ison from York wrote on August 17, 2019 at 7:57 pm:
Met Tom Baker today at the Rye cinema and introduced myself to him. I wanted to say how important he was to me when I was growing up and seeing Dr Who also the many films I saw him in. He was a real gentleman and I must say I was welling up a bit. Thank you Tom it really made my Holiday. All the best , Richard.
David E Rentzel David E Rentzel from Puerto Plata wrote on August 16, 2019 at 3:33 am:
I remember THE Doctor. He was a nice old man. (Shada)
Lori Hodgson Lori Hodgson from Whitecourt, Alberta wrote on August 12, 2019 at 11:49 pm:
I just finished reading Scratchman and loved every moment. I could hear your voice in everything the Doctor said, as well as Sarah Jane and Harry. I was especially moved when scarecrows Joanna remember her name just before she died. Well Done!
Hugh Phillips Hugh Phillips from Toronto wrote on August 10, 2019 at 8:05 pm:
Hello Mr Baker, Im listening to the Scratchman audio book at the moment and its fantastic! You are my Favourite Doctor! Bet you've never heard that one before,eh?
Darren Powis Darren Powis from Cwmbran wrote on July 30, 2019 at 2:48 pm:
Hello, Tom. I'd like to see many thank yous for writing Scratchman. It was a joy to read and perfectly recaptured the mood and feel of those special Saturday teatimes. My wife ordered me a signed copy for my birthday earlier and it now has pride of place on the bookshelf.
David Reim David Reim from Fountainville wrote on July 28, 2019 at 2:04 am:
Dear Mr. Baker,

You're the sole reason I would stay up until the late hours of the morning watching Dr. Who in the 1980s. You will and always will be known as The Doctor, Sir Tom Baker. I actually purchased the original 1980 soundtrack.

Best regards,

Lifelong Fan