Happy birthday, Maureen O’Brien! (June 29, 1943)
Happy birthday to Maureen, who played Vicki in the Classic series!
The Two Doctors // Smith and Jones
In which the Doctor learns a new word.
30 Days of Doctor Who
Day 4 (June 24): Who has been your favourite historical appearance?
30 days of summertime Doctor Who → day 4
who has been your favorite historical appearance?
"When I was a boy in Venice, they told me that in Cathay there was a stone that burned. I did not believe, but there is such a stone. I have seen it. And if stone burns, why not a caravan that flies? Birds fly; I have even seen fish that fly. You are asking me to believe that your caravan can defy the passage of the sun? Move not merely from one place to another, but from today into tomorrow, today to yesterday?" (x)
30 Days of Doctor Who
Day 2: Who is your favorite companion, either full time or one off?
↳Nyssa of Traken
Classic Who Season 2 - The Rescue
never forget that that susan came up with the name for TARDIS
rorycas asked: K9 Mark
I, II, orIII?
Homage to the Fourth Doctor’s swansong, Logopolis.
"It’s the end….But the moment has been prepared for…"
(Yes of course I cried)
Doctor Who Fest: Day 1
↳ “Who’s Your Favourite Companion?”: Susan Foreman | First Doctor Era | Played by Carole Ann Ford
So I finally jumped onto the 50 year old band wagon today. I started watching classic Doctor Who
Congratulations on being New to (Classic) Who!
Retro TV is proud to welcome classic episodes of the science-fiction series Doctor Who, a BBC production distributed by BBC Worldwide North America, to its lineup.
Retro TV will be showcasing the series’ classic run, featuring the first seven incarnations of the Doctor: William Hartnell, Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, and Sylvester McCoy.
Matthew Golden, Luken’s Vice President of Production, said, “We couldn’t be more excited to make legendary classic episodes of Doctor Who available nationwide. The series is an institution, and we’re proud to give fans new and old the opportunity to experience this groundbreaking series from the very beginning.”
Doctor Who will make its Retro TV debut this summer. [x]
A stabilised TARDIS