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Keep Calm And Time Travel Mug (Standard Size Mug/White Mug)

Do you like the ‘Keep Calm and carry on’ designs? What about Dr Who? If you like them both, then you will love our ‘Keep Calm and time travel’ mug, together with a tardis instead of a crown above the text!Design is visible on two sides of the mug, on a royal blue background with slightly faded edges.

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Medium 51 74 Up to 40inch Chest
Large 56 76 Up to 44inch Chest
X-Large 61 79 Up to 48inch Chest
2X-Large 66 81 Up to 52inch Chest
3X-Large 71 84 Up to 56inch Chest


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Doctor Who: Where’s the Doctor?

dynagrrl Love It! This is really a great book! Lots of fun to look through though admittedly, some of the puzzles were really easy! But the artwork is fun, and I really enjoyed finding the whole crew!

lucy fun book great book a bit like the wheres wally books where there are scenarios going on around the characters some good laughs from this book overall brilliant buy

Doctor Who Poster ~ Keep Calm and Don’t Blink ~ 24×36" Rolled mint

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Men’s size large – Dr Doctor Who Never Forget First Dr. Black Adult Tee T-shirt

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Inspired by Doctor Who t shirt – Bad Wolf – X-Large – Silver

This Doctor Who inspired t shirt features a heavily distressed TeeVee created design for the Bad Wolf Corporation – the future TV company who run the Gamestation satellite (formerly Satellite 5). From the Gamestation Bad Wolf broadcast hit shows such as The Weakest Link and Big Brother, all of which have futuristic twists. The twists are that it seems like in all TV shows in the future, people die! Has the slogan “Bringing you all your favourite shows live from the Gamestation satellite”. 100% cotton Bad Wolf t-shirt inspired by Dr. Who but not official merchandise.

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Women’s Keep Calm And Don’t Blink T-shirt (Small (approx size 10)/Heather Maroon)

If you like both Doctor Who and ‘Keep Calm and Cary On’ tshirts, then we have great news for you! This ‘Keep calm and don’t blink’ tee was inspired by Dr Who and shows a weeping angel instead of the traditional crown.

Ladies Sizes

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Length (cm)
Small (dress size 10) 41 60
Medium (dress size 12) 43 62
Large (dress size 14) 46 63
X-Large (dress size 16) 48 65
2X-Large (dress size 18) 51 66

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  • Double stitched sleeve & waist hem for durability


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Doctor Who – U.N.I.T Files (Invasion of the Dinosaurs and the Android Invasion) [DVD]

The Man from the Ministry Two Underrated Stories Unlike most of the other boxed sets - 'Beneath the Surface', 'Peladon Tales' etc - the link between these two DVDs is more tenuous. Yes, both stories feature U.N.I.T, but whilst they play a central role in the Jon Pertwee story, their contribution seems marginal, almost superfluous in 'The Android Invasion' (this is a pity, as the latter story effectively marked the end of the U.N.I.T years and it would've been nice to see them go with a bang rather than a whimper).The one thing that both stories have in common is that they have been unjustly underrated.'Invasion of the Dinosaurs' has been berated for its ropey special effects and whilst it's no 'Jurassic Park', I've seen worse. It's a shame that this issue has been allowed to obscure the merits of what is, in many ways, a very effective story.The story begins with the Doctor and his new assistant Sarah Jane Smith returning to present day Britain after their first encounter with the Sontarans, only to find that London is deserted. It transpires that the city has been plagued by dinosaurs and that the Government have evacuated the city, declaring martial law. The majority of Londoners have willingly left, but some looters remain and the army have the authority to shoot anyone on sight.This is a very dark, dystopian tale with echoes of 'Inferno'. Like many stories from the Pertwee era, the Doctor finds himself up against corrupt politicians and mad scientists, but the atmosphere here is far more paranoid and even U.N.I.T no longer seems a completely safe haven. When the Doctor discovers that one of his most trusted associates has betrayed him, it comes as a real shock.The dinosaurs are almost incidental. The real threat comes from human beings, whether they're trigger-happy soldiers, desperate looters or psychopathic scientists. Watching the story today, it's easy to see how the grim political and economic conditions in Britain during 1973 inspired this tale.Like many six-parters, 'Invasion of the Dinosaurs' flags a little in the middle, with too many captures, escapes and recaptures, but overall it is a very watchable story, crammed full of ideas, that gives a fascinating glimpse of British society during the Heath era.'The Android Invasion', written by Terry Nation, is ultimately a disappointing story that never lives up to the promise of its exciting, fast-paced first episode, but it is still very enjoyable. The story begins with the fourth Doctor and Sarah Jane arriving at what appears to be an idyllic English village. Of course it isn't, and the counterpoint between this traditional setting and the growing sense of unease is reminiscent of 'The Avengers'.Unlike many Doctor Who stories, where the illusion of rural tranquility would be gradually undermined during the course of the first episode, the action begins almost immediately. The result is gripping, but it is hard to sustain that level of tension for four whole episodes and the story loses its momentum at times. Also, as Philip Hinchcliffe acknowledges in the special features documentary, the Kraals fail to impress.Like 'Invasion of the Dinosaurs', the atmosphere becomes increasingly paranoid and the Doctor finds himself more and more isolated, unsure of who he can trust. Unlike the Pertwee story, the narrative hits a peak too early and the remaining episodes fail to fulfill the promise of the beginning.I was also disappointed that a story which is effectively U.N.I.T's swansong (for many years, at least) doesn't really seem to know what to do with them. There are no goodbyes and after 'The Android Invasion', U.N.I.T just seem to vanish into thin air (two months later, when the Doctor is fighting to stop the Krynoids taking over 1970s Britain, he is assisted by the regular army and there is no mention of U.N.I.T).However, for all its faults, 'The Android Invasion' is still highly enjoyable. The chemistry between Tom Baker's Doctor and Elisabeth Sladen's Sarah Jane works really well and I also enjoyed the novelty (for those days, at least) of seeing a story shot during the summer, in the beautiful village of East Hagbourne.In the past, 'Invasion of the Dinosaurs' has been derided whilst 'The Android Invasion' has been largely ignored. Neither story deserves derision or neglect and I welcome the opportunity to watch them again.The special features are up to their usual high standard. Disc 2 of the 'Invasion of the Dinosaurs' includes a first-rate documentary which reassesses the merits of this story and addresses the problem of the "dodgy dinosaurs". However, my favourite was the first of a two-part interview with Elisabeth Sladen, in which she candidly discusses her working relationship with Jon Pertwee and his reluctant departure from the show. She also mentions a moment when she and Tom Baker sneaked off to spy on a rehearsal for 'The...

Super Vox Invasions Although a box set, as others have said, it is best to think of it as 2 different, but excellent stories (Terror of The Zygons would have made a much more satisfying second story if these were truly UNIT files).Never mind though - for me Invasion of the Dinosaurs was a revelation, and is EVERYTHING that is best about Who - The Archetypal Doctor, heroic, cerebral, but very much a man of action. UNIT representing a 'higher good' that was above petty nationalism, a solid science-fiction plot, false flag terror and a shadow government whose plan is slowly uncovered by a fearless Sarah Jane. Was not expecting this to be so good after some negative reviews, but it blew my mind and is now quite possibly my favourite Dr Who story.The Android Invasion is a different affair, but has some very effective moments that are genuinely unnerving in The Prisoner/Avengers mold. For a variety of reasons. I'd set aside any UNIT connection, but some great performances set against 'a quaint English Village' (Daemons, anyone?) tick the box for me.Highly recommend!

Doctor Who – Weeping Angel "Don’t Blink Female T-Shirt – Size XXLarge – B/New

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Steven Moffat’s Doctor Who 2010: The Critical Fan’s Guide to Matt Smith’s First Series (Unauthorized)

At over 75,000 words, this is the most comprehensive analysis of Doctor Who series 5 produced so far. Steven Moffat’s first series as showrunner for Doctor Who deserves such a thorough examination, as it is arguably the most intricate ever produced. Indeed, there were many innovations in 2010, with the successful introduction of the youngest Doctor ever (Matt Smith), and the contentious redesign of both the Daleks and the TARDIS. Steven Cooper and Kevin Mahoney discuss both these developments and the complex plotting in depth, drawing on their many years of Doctor Who knowledge. Their aim has been to provide constructive criticism of the 2010 series, giving praise where it is due while also pointing out the less successful aspects of the production. In addition to this, they examine the controversies surrounding the series, such as the complaints about the ‘sexiness’ of the Doctor’s new companion, Amy Pond, in the British media. They also critique ‘A Christmas Carol’, and Russell T Davies’ take on the Eleventh Doctor in The Sarah Jane Adventures. So much happened during series 5, with the overall threat posed by the cracks in the universe, that you really do need this indispensable guide to fully grasp the implications of all the events, and to discover the many obscure details that the authors bring to light.

Steven Cooper is a software developer and long-time Doctor Who fan, living in Melbourne, Australia.

For three years, he served as the Web Content Editor of the Society of Young Publishers. He has previously worked for the UK publishers Random House. Kevin is also the author of the novel ‘A Fame of Two Halves’.

John Hopper good analysis Just what the doctor ordered (excuse the awful pun). Reading this book in the run up to the new season of Doctor Who has helped to revive my enthusiasm and made me realise how damned complex last year's season arc was! Now to watch the boxset over the next 12 days.

Sockymon A Fan's Eye View In the run up to Doctor Who Series 6 (or Series 32 for those of us who have been travelling with the Tardis for some time now...) I wanted to review the previous series to refresh my memory with all those unresolved plot threads that Mr. Moffat had left dangling for us viewers. As an unauthorised book, the writers are at liberty to propose and theorise a little more than if they were writing for an official BBC guide that would have to 'toe the party line.' This is a detailed and accurate summary of the series, with some informed speculation and two points of view on most topics. It was interesting to read someone else's take on which episodes worked well (Amy's Choice) and which didn't (Victory of the Daleks) but for a concise wrap up of Matt Smith's adventures so far, this can't be topped.

DOCTOR WHO (BBC TV Series) 3-Poster Collector’s Set – Amy, Daleks, Cybermen

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Tomb of the Cybermen – Target Book cover by Jeff Cummins, T-shirt by wantAtshirt S to XXL – sky – L

A selection of the best Dr Who illustrations by Jeff Cummins, now on t-shirts – brings back old memories. **** To ensure longevity of the product we have chosen a high quality Fruit of the Loom tshirt,* 100% cotton for superior comfort and wear,* pre-washed to keep its shape over many washes,* heavyweight cotton for a nice substantial feel,* regular fit *** We hope you enjoy your purchase! 

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2 x DR DOCTOR WHO The Master 5in action figure set John Simm David Tennant Era

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Doctor Who – Supreme Dalek Life Size (174cm) Standee

Life Size cardboard standee of the Supreme Dalek from Doctor Who. Comes folded in half for ease of transportation. Please note, due to the item size this item cannot be shipped outside of mainland Britain.

Doctor Who Rory Williams Action Figure BBC Shop UK Exclusive (Character Options)

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Doctor Who Monster Invasion Common Card #112 Rory Williams

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DOCTOR WHO: Figure – DONNA NOBLE [Catherine Tate] Series 4 Wave -MINT

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Having traditionally lined cinema foyers for years, now you can decorate your home, office, childrens bedroom or party venue with your favourite, movie, music or TV stars! Our lifesize and tabletop standees will turn heads and wow vistors in equal measure! They are also the perfect focus point of any themed party or perfect gift sure to delight the most avid fan.

All standees are designed self supporting and assembled within seconds. Alternatively it is possible to leave the supports flat and wall mount the standee as you wish. All standups can be folded up for easy storage.

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Tyler Rose "Fever Bikini" ( XS/XS )

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Landon Tyler Natural Interiors Handcrafted Hanging Red Rose Love Heart Wreath Decoration 36cm 81R1613

This Landon Tyler Natural Interiors Handcrafted Hanging Red Rose Love Heart Wreath Decoration is plain and simple and yet stunning and therefore sure to stand out in your home. The heart is made up of individual red roses and has glitter detail.

This heart is available in a solid heart measuring 20cm or as a wreath measuring 36cm Both measurements don’t include the red hanging ribbon.

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Dr. Who Disappearing Tardis Mug

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Doctor Who Ceramic Mug – Slitheen & Dalek

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  • One side is Slitheen, the other side is a Dalek

Doctor Who Encyclopedia Definitive Guide to the Hit BBC TV-Gary Russell

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If You Don’t Know Me by Now: The Official Story of “Simply Red”

Simply Red is one of the most successful bands in the world. The band’s founder, singer/songwriter Mick Hucknall has become recognised as one of popular music’s most talented and influential artists. Packed with photographs, this book offers an insight into one of the biggest bands, and also a portrait of the man who founded it.

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I have been a Simply Red fan since 1984 and have books,cds and dvds and cant rate any of their work highly enough. So sorry they disbanded. But I have great memorys of great concerts etc.

I have only been a SR fan since Q2 1985, so feel less qualified to comment than my friend below (maybe above not sure), but I can spell so feel I have something to contribute here.I have known Mick for nearly a year now, and have been very impressed by his telephone manner, although it could be argued that Sinbad is better. I only wish that Mick could stop spending all his money on booze and other things and buy a suit. He looks like swampy these days.If you buy this book, I will get it signed for you if you like.

NEW Keep Calm and Don’t Blink MEDIUM Doctor Who T-Shirt Juniors Dr TV Show Tee

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Keep Calm And Don’t Blink – Womens T-Shirt-Royal Blue-Medium

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