The competition, to mark Doctor Who's 60th Anniversary, will give one viewer the chance to win a unique money-can’t-buy experience.
Launching on Blue Peter this Friday (28 April) viewers aged between 5 and 15 will be asked to draw Doctor Who fan art and say why they would love the opportunity to win an exclusive set tour.
One talented winner will go behind the scenes to discover how the series is made and find out all about the work of the Production Design team.
The winner will also receive a rare collectable Doctor Who 60th Blue Peter competition winner’s badge. The limited-edition badge will be revealed on Blue Peter on Friday 28 April and will be awarded to the top 500 competition entries.
Gold Blue Peter badge holder, David Tennant, is returning as the Fourteenth Doctor later this year for three special episodes to coincide with the 60th anniversary. In a message to fans, he mentions the “brand new Blue Peter competition for Doctor Who’s 60th anniversary, the show that is – we all know The Doctor is well over 900 years old!”
Editor of Blue Peter, Ellen Evans, says
The competition is open for entries from 5 pm on Friday 28 April when full details of how to enter, including rules and privacy notice, will be on the Blue Peter website
The competition closes at 5 pm on Monday 15 May 2023.
The competition winner and top runners-up will be announced in a Doctor Who takeover on CBBC and BBC iPlayer later in the year to mark the return of the series.
Viewers can also learn how to create a TARDIS for their bookshelves in a classic Blue Peter ‘make’ shown on the programme last Friday (21 April) and available on BBC iPlayer, and fans can also head to the Blue Peter website to create their own sonic screwdriver.
Blue Peter is the longest-running children's TV show in the world. The show has a long connection with Doctor Who, which has been featured regularly since the 1960s.
New episodes of Blue Peter are on CBBC and iPlayer every Friday at 5 pm.