1. philamuseum:

Tick-tock, tick-tock. What stories does this gorgeous clock have to tell? Find out during our Spotlight Gallery Conversations this Thursday, Friday, or Saturday at 11:00 a.m.Tall Case Clock, 1773–80, made by George Pickering

I’m only reblogging this because it was in my sidebar when I was checking the Anthony Ainley tag, and I couldn’t resist the symmetry.

    philamuseum:

    Tick-tock, tick-tock. What stories does this gorgeous clock have to tell? Find out during our Spotlight Gallery Conversations this Thursday, Friday, or Saturday at 11:00 a.m.

    Tall Case Clock, 1773–80, made by George Pickering

    I’m only reblogging this because it was in my sidebar when I was checking the Anthony Ainley tag, and I couldn’t resist the symmetry.

  2. britgeekgrrl:

    rebel666:

    I kept seeing all these beautiful TARDIS and Dalek dresses and wanted to make my own… but something I haven’t seen done before. I love making Baker’s scarf in all the different versions and lengths so I decided to make my own version as a dress!

    This is completely crocheted. It measures 48 inches long and is crocheted to fit tightly on my body. Once I was complete, I sewed a liner on the inside and put it on. It fit on the first try. I’m planning on making more versions of this (like a halter-top) and making other iconic accessories into crocheted dresses (like Jayne Cobb’s hat).

    I wore it to Con Kasterborous in Huntsville, AL and it won Most Creative in their costume contest. The best moment happened right afterwards when I was standing in front of the main room after the costume contest and Sylvester McCoy came up and said, “Now THAT is a scarf!” He really loved my scarf dress and said I looked fantastic in it. :3

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    Awesome idea!

  3. karlimeaghan:

    Katy Manning, Nicholas Courtney, and Jon Pertwee at Panopticon, September 4th, 1993.

  4. anthonyainley:

    i encourage people to get into classic who because i love the slow dawning realizations they have that they have a ton of crushes on people who are 60+ years old and/or dead

  5. "What is the Master like on mathematics?" 

    I think that shirt is what jump started puberty for me.

    And then Ainley came along and finished the job. :D

  6. theinkspocks:

    Holy heck, 80’s Anthony Ainley was heckie fine.

    I’ve only been saying that for thirty years.

  7. deduction019:

justaperfectevening:

nodaybuttodaytodefygravity:

daniel-stuart:

This is the greatest thing in all of classic Doctor Who

The Doctor has never noped harder


This is literally the best thing ever omg.

    deduction019:

    justaperfectevening:

    nodaybuttodaytodefygravity:

    daniel-stuart:

    This is the greatest thing in all of classic Doctor Who

    The Doctor has never noped harder

    This is literally the best thing ever omg.

  8. nighthart001:

    Oh Mark Gatiss you. You made a story that made me feel for William Hartnell. I really did. And you top it all off with this.


    If you’re a Doctor Who fan, I highly recommend An Adventure in Space and Time. It’s a documentary drama that no Whovian should miss.

    I’m not entirely certain the noise that came from my throat during this scene was actually human.

  9. renegademime:

    I want to remind Whovians the world over that this is a real thing that happened and that it still exists.

    Thank you and goodnight.

    I can’t bring myself to click the Play button, but damned if I’m not gonna reblog it.

  10. screamoftheshalka:

Probably every Classic Whovian had at least one nightmare with Tom Baker’s wax dummy from The Five Doctors’s photo stills.

    screamoftheshalka:

    Probably every Classic Whovian had at least one nightmare with Tom Baker’s wax dummy from The Five Doctors’s photo stills.

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