Who but not Who!

pattroughton:

Anthony Ainley in Blood on Satan’s Claw

The Petrol Age re-showing in the UK from TONIGHT!

paulmcgannworld:

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Episode 1 is on tonight at 8pm on Sky Atlantic!

Also showing:

2am Monday, 1.45am Wednesday & next Saturday at 12.45am

falling-down-deans-rabbit-hole:

Okay can we just talk about John Barrowman in Arrow?

falling-down-deans-rabbit-hole:

Okay can we just talk about John Barrowman in Arrow?

prydonian-poet:

Kendle Baines, I love you. <3

prydonian-poet:

Kendle Baines, I love you. <3

strangeparticles:

Despite an otherwise staggering variety in his work, there does seem to be a bit of a recurring theme: (in chronological order) David Tennant in The Bill: Deadline (1995), Secret Smile (2005), The Friday Night Project (2007), Doctor Who: Planet of the Ood (2008), Doctor Who: Forest of the Dead (2009), Hamlet (2009), St Trinian’s 2 (2009), Doctor Who: End of Time (2010), Nativity 2 (2012), The Escape Artist (2013)

Improved version of my previous post, because I forgot one of the most important examples. (Many thanks to reconditarmonia for pointing it out to me!)

(more gifs here)

lost-spook:

Michael Jayston and Richard Hurndall as civil servants Lincoln Dowling and Sir Jason Fowler in S3 of The Power Game (ATV, 1969).  Or, if you prefer, The Two Almost Doctors.

lost-spook:

Michael Jayston and Richard Hurndall as civil servants Lincoln Dowling and Sir Jason Fowler in S3 of The Power Game (ATV, 1969).  Or, if you prefer, The Two Almost Doctors.

unwillingadventurer:

The Adventures of Sir Lancelot-  Episode- The Maid of Somerset. 


As Isaac in The Cloning of Joanna May (1992)

As Isaac in The Cloning of Joanna May (1992)

danae-b:

Dana: I made a couple screencaps of that hideous shirt
Aima: URP
Aima: THAT
Aima: KDJF
Dana: LOL YEP
Aima: IT’S LIKE IF ALL OF SAM’S SHIRTS HAD A CRAZY LOVE ORGY AND SOMEHOW GAVE BIRTH

*cough*

John Simm as Kendle Bains, Men of the World, 1x03.

Look at that 90’s hair, OMG.

lost-spook:

Patrick Troughton as John  McBride in Espionage (ITC, 1963 “He Rises on Sunday And We On Monday”).