Doctor smoking

The First Doctor smokes a pipe. (TV: An Unearthly Child)

Smoking pipes were devices used to aid in the inhalation of the smoke of a burning substance — on Earth, often tobacco. Because they came in a variety of different styles, they were both fashion accessories and functional objects.

The First Doctor smoked a pipe on prehistoric Earth, (TV: An Unearthly Child) and the Fourth Doctor took a draw from Christopher Marlowe's pipe in London in 1593. (PROSE: All Done with Mirrors)

Inspector Arnold Porter smoked a pipe. (COMIC: The Curious Tale of Spring-Heeled Jack)

George Litefoot smoked a pipe of tobacco. When Leela did not recognise what it was, he questioned her origins. (TV: The Talons of Weng-Chiang)

Captain Ransom smoked a pipe. (TV: The War Games)

Charles Rigby routinely spent his evenings smoking his pipe. (PROSE: Eater of Wasps)

Jo Grant's grandfather smoked a pipe. (AUDIO: The Mists of Time)

Liz lights her pipe

Liz lighting her pipe. (HOMEVID: The Zero Imperative)

Unconventionally for a woman, Liz Shaw enjoyed smoking a pipe. (HOMEVID: The Zero Imperative, PROSE: Who Killed Kennedy)

Naturalist Brian Phipps, a friend of the Third Doctor and father to Tom Phipps, was a pipe smoker. (COMIC: The Vortex)

In the 21st century, John Ellis began smoking a pipe in a restaurant before he was told he could not smoke there. (TV: Out of Time)

The Eleventh Doctor used a pipe as a prop when impersonating Sherlock Holmes, but did not smoke it. (TV: The Snowmen)

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