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Five Common Wine Flaws and How to Detect Them - Okanagan Wine Club

The Doctor Who Annual 1970, Troughtins third and final edition. One of the rarest to find nowadays.

Every Doctor Who annual!

This show was a huge thing in my childhood. I started watching in Hartnell's last series. Patrick was MY Doctor.The Doctor Who Annual 1970

The Doctor on Halo by Ipid.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Figured I start making a new Ringworld photo-manipulation a yearly tradition. This time around I decided to mix my two favorite fictions, Halo and my ne. The Doctor on Halo

From "Doctor Who Weekly Roundup on Friday, October 28, 2016" story by David Lewis on Storify — https://storify.com/Doctor_No1/doctor-who-weekly-roundup-on-580a14f2664c982038a1f7d1

Class by Here’s a piece based on the new Doctor Who spin-off.

A cover mockup for Radio Times' November 23-29, 1963 issue featuring William Hartnell as the Doctor.  This cover, conceived to promote the first episode of Doctor Who, was scrapped because of a belief by Radio Times editorial staff that the series would be a quickly forgotten entertainment flop.

See the magazine cover that Doctor Who was denied in 1963

Planned Radio Times cover for the first ever Doctor Who. The cover was ultimately unused as it was felt that this new childrens' science fiction programme would not do well

If I can find those pants, I'll have this costume sewn up. (Forgive the pun.)

[caption align="alignright" caption="William Hartnell as the First Doctor"][/caption] If you're going to Comic-Con, chances are you'll be planning to dress up as.

From "Whovian News and Extras Catch-up for Sunday, 07 July 2013" story by David Lewis on Storify — http://storify.com/Doctor_No1/whovian-news-and-extras-catch-up-for-monday-08-jul

Another quick sketch depicting First Doctor from BBC television science fiction series Doctor Who. I love this series i started watching from christophe. First Doctor

The Doctor: For a long time now, I thought I was just a survivor, but I'm not. I'm the winner. That's who I am. A Time Lord victorious. Adelaide: And there's no one to stop you? The Doctor: No. #DoctorWho Special "The Waters of Mars"

The Doctor: For a long time now, I thought I was just a survivor, but I'm not. I'm the winner. A Time Lord victorious. Adelaide: And there's no one to stop you? The Doctor: No. Special "The Waters of Mars"

(2) Clara: All you have to do is open your eyes and talk to whoever's standing there. To you I haven't been born yet. And to you I've been dead a hundred billion years. Is my body out there somewhere? In the ground?//  The Doctor: Yes, I suppose it is.//  Clara: But here we are talking. So I am a ghost. To you, I'm a ghost. We're all ghosts to you. We must be nothing.//  The Doctor: No. No. You're not that.//  Clara: Then what are we? What can we possibly be?

The BBC have unveiled over 30 images from the next episode of the British science-fiction drama Doctor Who, in which the Doctor will face the psychic ghost known as the Witch in the Well.

Zoe Heriot (sometimes spelled Zoe Herriot), or simply Zoe, is a fictional character played by Wendy Padbury in the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. A young astrophysicist who lived on a space wheel in the 21st century, she was a companion of the Second Doctor and a regular in the programme from 1968 to 1969.

Zoe Heriot (Wendy Padbury): the first 'clever' companion. Formed a great triple act with the Second Doctor and Jamie.

The Thirteen Doctors by PaulHanley.deviantart.com on @deviantART

By popular request, a last-ever update of this internet-famous picture of mine (the background was originally drawn for Ten Doctors- it's getting a bit . The Thirteen Doctors

Everything Hurts All The Time | "The body is not meant to be known. We can try, we can try science, medicine and doctors. We can take pills and plot our pain on a diagram and count our calories and give our blood to experts for analysis. But ultimately nobody — no doctor, no book, no diagnosis — can trump our own experiences of our own bodies.... This is me, this is my body, and it hurts to live inside it most of the time, but it’s all I have. It’s all I’ll ever need."

Everything Hurts All The Time This is the most accurate post I have read about fibro and its impact on everyday life. It almost feels as if I wrote it myself.

** EXPIRED ** Comics Week! 50% OFF Doctor Who: Series Two - Vol. 1 By: Tony Lee, Tony; Davison Al; Dow Smith, Matthew until November 17th, 2012. Read this comic on your iPad or Android tablet with our free Kobo reading apps. Click here to buy this comic: http://www.kobobooks.com/comicsweek #kobo #ebooks #comics

Tony Lee (w) o Andrew Currie, Richard Piers Rayner, Tim Hamilton (a) o Tommy Lee Edwards (c) The Eleventh Doctor era begins here! Join the eleventh.

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