Who but not Who!
my-hearts-require-tea:

Waking the Dead: Waterloo (2011)

my-hearts-require-tea:

Waking the Dead: Waterloo (2011)

mrdobalena:

I really love Frazer in turtlenecks.

unwillingadventurer:

William Hartnell in Double Confession (1950)

unwillingadventurer:

Tom is not impressed with his breakfast. (Harriet’s Back in Town)

rawkchikk:

TISWAS - Chicken Sketch

voords:

(ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧ 

malcolmtuckeris:

in charge of all these fucking flags.

malcolmtuckeris:

in charge of all these fucking flags.

llywela13:

lovelylovelyruthie:

Prestige TV ad, 1983, featuring Peter Davison

Oh gods, flashback. I remember this so vividly. “You can put the dinner on, I’ll be home in twenny minutes.” Never mind the 5th Doctor, this advert was what we remembered Peter Davison for most vividly when I was a kid! And we were a family that never missed Doctor Who…but this advert seemed to be on All The Time. And the fact that it was Doctor Who was what made it funny…

Funny thing is, those vid-phone watches are becoming reality now…

llywela13:

Long before his association with Doctor Who, one of Ian Marter’s first non-theatrical roles was alongside Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor in the 1967 film version of Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus. Marter plays an emperor who represents the deadly sin of pride - and rather fabulous he looks, too, with the robes and the bling and the long flowing locks and the cheekbones and the blue blue eyes, and whatnot!