Peter Trengove emerges from his TARDIS
to be confronted by the deadly Dalek
(well, one he made earlier, actually)
And while children up and down the country will be hiding behind their sofas, super-fan Peter Trengove will be watching from the comfort of his very own TARDIS!
Peter, of Cynthia Avenue in Woolston, has been a fan of the hit BBC series since 1983.
The 27 year old said: "I've been a fan since watching the Children in Need special The Five Doctors.
"Back in 2002 I built myself a full-size Dalek based on blueprints I downloaded from the internet.
"It's mainly plywood, aluminium, wire mesh and fibre glass with bits of household material."
The 5ft 7ins Dalek features a sink plunger, car indicator lights and even a jet gun that can fire water.
After building the Dalek, Peter went a step further - splashing out £1,000 on the replica time machine!
He said, "I bought a police box off eBay that had been used in stage plays and concerts. To buy a real one costs about £2,500, so it was a good price."
Peter is currently redrafting his own Doctor Who novel, Genesis of a Time Lord, for a film adaptation.
He hopes it will tell the tale of new sciences mirroring real developments in the treatment of Cystic Fibrosis, from which he suffers.