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21 August 12

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6 June 12
zanderpants:

The House of Lungbarrow, the Doctor’s ancestral home on the southern mountain ranges of Gallifrey. Where he was loomed, where he was raised, where he was to become master of. A fate he rejected by stealing a T.A.R.D.I.S. and fleeing Gallifrey.
(Art from the New Adventure novel Lungbarrow by Marc Pratt.)

zanderpants:

The House of Lungbarrow, the Doctor’s ancestral home on the southern mountain ranges of Gallifrey. Where he was loomed, where he was raised, where he was to become master of. A fate he rejected by stealing a T.A.R.D.I.S. and fleeing Gallifrey.

(Art from the New Adventure novel Lungbarrow by Marc Pratt.)

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10 April 12

Doctor Who - The Hartnell Years [VHS]

sweatayvh:

Doctor Who - The Hartnell Years [VHS]
Hosted by Sylvester McCoy, this tribute to the first Doctor includes rare complete episodes. Have this one at once!b. You are Worth It!

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16 March 12

whobutnotwho:

Sylvester McCoy as Harry Pimm and Mary Tamm as Piou in Three Kinds of Heat

If you have ten minutes spare please do watch the video of their scenes edited together for Mary’s impressive shoulder pads and Sylvester wielding a machine gun HERE

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9 February 12

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7 February 12

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31 August 11
doctorwho:

BBC America’s Doctor Who Exclusive Screening at Dragon*Con this weekend

Join BBC America for a Dragon*Con exclusive screening of the new Doctor Who episode, “Night Terrors,” written by Mark Gatiss. In this episode, the Doctor receives a distress call from the scariest place in the Universe: a child’s bedroom. Terrified of the monsters in his cupboard, George’s pleas for help break through the barriers of time and space. But allaying his fears won’t be easy, even for the Doctor, because George’s monsters are real. Saturday (9/3) 7PM, 3rd Floor Grand Ballroom (Sheraton)

Dragon*Con will be held this Labor Day weekend (September 2-5, 2011) in Atlanta, GA. There’s a BritTrack for all things British sci-fi. Special appearances at Dragon*Con include Sylvester McCoy (Seventh Doctor), Gareth David Lloyd (Ianto Jones in Torchwood), and Mark Sheppard (Canton Everett Delaware III from Doctor Who)

Doctor Who: Scaring the shit out of children since 1963.

doctorwho:

BBC America’s Doctor Who Exclusive Screening at Dragon*Con this weekend

Join BBC America for a Dragon*Con exclusive screening of the new Doctor Who episode, “Night Terrors,” written by Mark Gatiss. In this episode, the Doctor receives a distress call from the scariest place in the Universe: a child’s bedroom. Terrified of the monsters in his cupboard, George’s pleas for help break through the barriers of time and space. But allaying his fears won’t be easy, even for the Doctor, because George’s monsters are real. Saturday (9/3) 7PM, 3rd Floor Grand Ballroom (Sheraton)

Dragon*Con will be held this Labor Day weekend (September 2-5, 2011) in Atlanta, GA. There’s a BritTrack for all things British sci-fi. Special appearances at Dragon*Con include Sylvester McCoy (Seventh Doctor), Gareth David Lloyd (Ianto Jones in Torchwood), and Mark Sheppard (Canton Everett Delaware III from Doctor Who)

Doctor Who: Scaring the shit out of children since 1963.

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19 July 11
istoleatime-lord:

psychopathsgetbored:

oneironautical:

thatlittlebluepolicebox:



If this happens I will be SO pissed. There is such a thing as ‘too perfect’ and this movie has already surpassed that.

I’ll die.
I’ll die.
I’ll die.

I suddenly have a huge interest in this film now for no reason.

This needs to happen. Why? Because Sylvester McCoy is already going to play Radagast the Brown. Which means we get a Two Doctors film, in Middle-Earth.

istoleatime-lord:

psychopathsgetbored:

oneironautical:

thatlittlebluepolicebox:

If this happens I will be SO pissed. There is such a thing as ‘too perfect’ and this movie has already surpassed that.

I’ll die.

I’ll die.

I’ll die.

I suddenly have a huge interest in this film now for no reason.

This needs to happen. Why? Because Sylvester McCoy is already going to play Radagast the Brown. Which means we get a Two Doctors film, in Middle-Earth.

(Source: megnesiums)

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21 November 10
Themed by Hunson. Originally by Josh