A jukebox was a machine invented on Earth that was able to play music with its in-built collection of discs. Popular in the 1960s, the Pump was one of the many pubs to feature a jukebox, which was reportedly "really super". (PROSE: Time and Relative)

A jukebox in the Tricolour coffee bar played the tracks "Paperback Writer" by the Beatles and "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen" by the Seekers. (TV: The Evil of the Daleks)

There was a jukebox in Harry's café. (TV: Remembrance of the Daleks)

Lawrence Yeadon installed a jukebox in The Shepherd's Cross in 1968. (PROSE: Nightshade)

There was a jukebox in the mess hall of Farside Station which was shaped like an apple for historical reasons. (PROSE: Fear Itself)

A jukebox was one of the items for sale in Stellar Imports & Exports at the Frenko Bazaar. (COMIC: Bazaar Adventures)

At the end of the Earth in the year 5,000,000,000, the last "human", Cassandra, presented the guests with a jukebox, which she called an iPod. (TV: The End of the World)

The TARDIS obtained by Clara Oswald included a 1950s-style jukebox as part of its disguise as an American diner. One song it played was a recording of "Don't Stop Me Now" as performed by the holographic singer aboard the Orient Express. (TV: Hell Bent)

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