Doctor Who Adventures Toy – Weeping Angels Dont Blink Holographic Notebook + Pen

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Doctor Who Adventures Toy – Monster Battle Pack (Dalek, Cybermen, and Judoon)

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Diabloskinz Vinyl Adhesive Skin,Decal,Sticker for the Nokia N8 – The Tardis

Diabloskinz Nokia N8 skin/decal – Covers and protects the front and back of your Nokia N8 – Less than 1mm thick, these ARE NOT gel or silcone cases or covers, made of high quality adhesive vinyl technology for easy and repositionable application, no mess when removed. Each skin is made to order right here in the UK.

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  • Each design is digitally printed in colorful, bright, high-quality resolutions onto adhesive vinyl.
  • Each skin is covered with a high-quality laminate layer to protect the design and the device from minor scratches and abuse.
  • Our unique, removable skin adhesive means that you get no air bubbles when installed and no mess when they are removed.
  • Every skin is made right here in the United Kingdom
  • These are not Gel/Silicone cases or covers. Made to order

Dr DOCTOR WHO Limited Edition Bust JABE ~Brand New & Boxed

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How to Make and Use Compost:

Composting is easy, fun, saves you money, and helps you to grow lovely plants. Whether you live in an apartment with no garden or have a family and garden that generate large amounts of food and garden waste, this book shows you how to compost everything that can be composted at home, work, or school, and in spaces big and small. How to Make and Use Compost features an A-Z guide that includes a comprehensive list of what you can and can’t compost, concepts and techniques, compost systems, and common problems and solutions. It includes how to: Compost your food waste safely Get the best out of a Dalek-type plastic composter Make your own seed, plant, and cuttings compost Create liquid feed for your plants with a wormery Make compost in your flat or on your balcony Avoid problems such as rats and flies. By making your own compost you can feed your plants, increase the fertility of your soil, and help reduce the amount of waste going to landfill at the same time.

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doctor who – dalek collector set 2

doctor who – dalek collector set 2

Classic Dalek Toys The yellow dalek is the supreme dalek from day of the daleks and the tallest is from the dalek invasion of earth it is the pilot of the saucer and it is from the days when doctor who was black and white.The dalek with the black dome came from evil of the daleks it was a bodyguard for the emperor dalek.This set is my latest set and I think that this set is fantastic and I would recommend it to Doctor who fans.Contains 3x Dalek toys from early days of doctor who.Also available is the first set which has other daleks.

Rory Williams Action Figure, Doctor Who

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Doctor Who – Pandorica Chair – Exclusive River Song – Plus 4 Sides & Figures!

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Beecham Conducts Delius (Box Set)

Mr. V. Lawrance "Victor" Beecham & Delius. An enduring partnership. If you want to be transported back to times when orchestras were more than technically proficient machines and great conductors had the clout to be able to extensively record music that was not in anybody's top twenty most popular compositions, this set is excellent value. The sound is, of course, not sumptuous but the loving care that Sir Thomas bestows on these underperformed tone poems provides a very pleasant listening experience.One non-musical comment: A libretto for the vocal pieces or, if too expensive to supply, maybe a net-link to one would have been helpful.

Mrs. R. P. Meinke Delius - Beecham My late Father loved Beecham and attended many concerts where he conducted. He collected his witty sayings.The recording, due to its age, is not of the highest technical digital excellence, so the quality is not perfect. But who would reject a Ming Vase for a touch of crazing in the glaze.Each era brings its own interpretations - and I love this one, much nearer to Delius' age than a modern one might be.Many of us were familiar with the BBC Third Programme, so a little nostalgia comes into play.It is a classic, and I recommend it to true music lovers.

Dr Who – Rose Tyler figure

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Dr Doctor Who loose Action Figure – Rose Tyler

Dr Doctor Who loose Action Figure – Rose Tyler

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  • Dr Doctor Who loose Action Figure – Rose Tyler

Dr Who High Quality picture mug

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LOGO – AC/DC =MUG=

Fabulous tin tote with image of Wonder Woman. 19 x 13 x 8 cm

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  • Fabulous tin tote with image of Wonder Woman
  • Great for a packed lunch
  • 19 x 13 x 8 cm

Brenda Good value Good price for this mug. It was pruchased for a present so it is nice that it is in an AC DC box as well. Good Purchase.

Don’t Blink, Roughan, Howard Book

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Keep Calm And Don’t Blink – Funny Babygrow / Bodysuit – 7 Colours – Black – 12-18 Months

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  • Usually dispatched next working day via Royal Mail 1st Class (UK)
  • 100% Ring-Spun Combed Cotton Short Sleeve Babygrow Bodysuit
  • Size Guide: 0-3 Months (53cm – 60cm) 3-6 Months (60cm – 66cm) 6-12 Months (66cm – 76cm) 12-18 Months (76cm – 86cm)
  • Shouder detailing and poppers for ease of dressing
  • Available in six colours

A2+ glossy poster: KEEP CALM AND DON T BLINK TURQUOISE WW2 WWII

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Keep Calm And Don’t Blink Hoodie (X Large (48″ Chest)/Red Hot Chilli)

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

Mens Sizes

Measurement
Width (cm)
Length (cm)
 
Small 48 71 Up to 36inch Chest
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

DOCTOR WHO T-SHIRT LINEAR TARDIS VAN GOGH THE PANDORIC OPENS DR TEE L

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Women’s Don’t Blink Weeping Angel T-shirt – Inspired By Doctor Who (Small (approx size 10)/Sport Grey)

The Weeping Angels are deadly assasins, though they shed no blood. Also know as the Lonely Assasins, they kill their victims by sending them back in time. Weeping Angels appeared in four episodes of Doctor Who. This particular design represents a weeping angel with visible fangs and extended arms, with text reading ‘Don’t Blink’.

Ladies Sizes

Measurement
Width (cm)
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

Product Features

  • 100% pre-shrunk cotton in all colours (exc grey – 90% cotton, 10% polyester)
  • Washable up to 40C inside out with similar colours
  • Taped neck & shoulders to give a better fit
  • Tumble dry on low. Not suitable for dry clean
  • Double stitched sleeve & waist hem for durability

Don’t Blink

Reporter Nick Daniels witnesses the murder of a Mob lawyer and winds up in possession of a key piece of evidence. But pursuing the story gets complicated when the bad guys, who don’t blink, warn him to back off or die.

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Dr Doctor Who Weeping Angels A5 Note Pad Xmas Stocking Treat Dont Blink

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Don’t Blink Weeping Angel Kid’s T-shirt – Inspired By Doctor Who (Large (9 – 11 years old)/Purple)

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  • 100% pre-shrunk cotton in all colours (exc grey – 90% cotton, 10% polyester)
  • Washable up to 40C inside out with similar colours
  • Taped neck & shoulders to give a better fit
  • Tumble dry on low. Not suitable for dry clean
  • Double stitched sleeve & waist hem for durability

BBC Video Revenge of the Cybermen Tom Baker RARE

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Pack of Doctor Who Monster Invasion Trading Cards

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Hurley Covert Utility Jacket Black


Key Features of the Hurley Covert Utility Jacket: Custom Dalek all over body quilting with fill Covert chest seam detail Canvas top body and side panels Custom icon rubber patch at left chest Custom covert rubber patch at inside storm flap Left chest #5 metal zip pocket 100% polyester rip stop body 100% cotton micro canvas panels 100% nylon taffeta lining

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Dr Who Bronze Dalek 2005

The Daleks were created by the Kaled scientist, Davros as travel machines. He had deduced that the years of radiation and chemical poisoning from an ongoing war would lead his race to mutate into immobile organisms. The Dalek travel machines would house these creatures and allow the Kaleds to survive. However, in the course of his experiments, Davros deliberately removed what he considered to be debilitating emotions from the mutants and a force of evil was spawned! The Daleks were born without any ability to feel compassion or pity and were motivated only by hate, fear and an implacable belief that they were the superior creatures in the Universe.   Recreate scenes from Doctor Who with these highly detailed 5″ poseable Dalek action figures. Featuring the following six Daleks, modelled accurately on some of the famous Daleks from past episodes. Bronze Dalek (2005), Dalek Invasion of Earth (1964), Power of the Daleks (1966), Revelation of the Daleks (1985), Planet of the Daleks (1973) and Death to the Daleks (1974). Each Dalek includes sound FX and speech by era!

Product Features

  • AGES 5+
  • App 5″ Tall
  • 70’S & 80’S SOUND FX

Dr Who fanatical grandson who checked every detail against the dates the program was screened.. It passed his test and was added to his Dalek army. "Sticky out" bits a bit delicate however.

Doctor Who – The Master’s TARDIS (computer bank) and Time Monster accessories

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“Doctor Who”: The Mind of Evil: (Classic TV Soundtrack)

The original TV soundtrack, with new linking narration by a member of the cast, this 6-part adventure from 1971 stars Jon Pertwee as the Doctor with Katy Manning as his companion Jo Grant. The Doctor is caught up in events at Stangmoor Prison, where Professor Keller’s new machine is said to be able to remove all evil impulses from the minds of the prisoners. Nicholas Courtney and Roger Delgado also star as the Brigadier and the Master.

I bought this for a 'friend' who is quite a fan of Jon Pertwee. And of Michael Sheard, come to that - especially in his more shouty, moody roles. This one doesn't quite qualify on that score, as he plays a rather kind (ie. wet) prison doctor. But he does get locked in a prison cell with Jo (as indeed, separately, does Jon Pertwee) for some considerable time which, I am reliably informed by my 'friend', makes her A Damn Lucky Woman. Her incarceration with The Doctor makes her Even Luckier, apparently. I'm not sure that the writers planned for an audience interpretation quite like that, but there we are.Anyway, this particular episode of the television series is currently the only one of Mr Pertwee's yet to be released on DVD. My 'friend' would probably be a bit more put out by that fact if Mr Sheard were playing one of his more sinister creations because, let's face it, you can't ogle an actor much when you pause him on CD now, can you?It is one of the best written episodes, involving some quite serious Earthbound tensions between The Doctor and The Master. Oh, and the Brigadier's presence completes the triumvirate of 'Real Men' (or so I am told). The only thing is, this soundtrack is rather too heavy on the commentary (it is being provided by the man who played Captain Yates, but even so...). Surely anyone who listens to this is the sort of person who can tell what episode of Doctor Who they are dealing with from just one bar of the theme tune? They hardly need to know every single move that every single character makes.Even with the commentary, it is impossible to convey the horrors of The Doctor's experiences with The Keller Machine, a sinister creation that can read minds and uses the information it discovers for evil (sort of like a wife really. Or a taxman). Nothing Major Yates insists on relaying to us can really give us an accurate mental image of Jon Pertwee being tied to a chair ( that chair is quite 'Lucky' too, apparently) while the Keller Machine extracts all his nightmares about electronic bird scarers, The Crowman and a gigantic bonfire. Or maybe it was Daleks, Tom Baker and the hell of the 'Inferno'... I'll have to go and have another listen.

Emanon "Mr Holmes (they were the footprints o... Doctor Who in an "action packed" prison drama Jon Pertwee's second year on DOCTOR WHO is generally less well regarded than his first, which is odd because it ends with a story which is widely regarded as something of a DOCTOR WHO classic - THE DAEMONS. Maybe the fact that the main villain in this year's run of stories is always the Master has something to do with it, but in THE MIND OF EVIL, that has yet to become the established form and so it remains a cracking story in its own right, stylistically rather a throwback to the more "adult" styles and themes developed in the previous year, and as it might be some time before this story does come out on DVD due to the amount of restoration work required, this is a very welcome audio release to have.In story terms it would seem that about a year has passed since the events of the previous story, the season opener TERROR OF THE AUTONS and the Master (in the guise of one Professor Emil Keller) has set himself up as the inventor of a seemingly widely used "humane" alternative to capital punishment, the Keller Machine which is in reality an alien mind parasite that lives off the evil sucked from men's minds. Or something. Anyway, the Doctor wants to attend the demonstration of this machine at the notorious fortress prison at Stangmoor, which is where the story begins. Meanwhile, UNIT are trying to dispose of an illegal nerve gas missile whilst trying to keep things calm at a particularly delicate World Peace conference.Over the course of these six episodes (squashed tightly onto 2 CDs) DOCTOR WHO shows its most action packed side with the plottings of the Master as he tries to juggle his dealings with the Keller machine to get control of Stangmoor in order to get his hands on the missile. Never one for a simple solution, that Master. There's plenty of action and more than one bizarre assassination along the way - men drowning in bare rooms or being scratched to death by imaginary rats (very Orwellian!) - and it all rattles along to a relatively sensible conclusion where the various story strands are woven together. Also, it's never handled in a particularly gruesome - or nightmare inducing - way and remains firmly within the boundaries of general acceptable taste that the programme always aspired to and the moral code the Doctor always maintained remains intact despite this unusual rather gritty "real world" intrusion into the series' style.Some people find Jon Pertwee's Doctor to be hard work and it's true that he can be a bit blunt, authoritarian or even pompous at times, but his ability to take control over a situation and general air of anger at the stupidity on display by the human species is pretty strong stuff. People more used to more recent interpretations of the role might need to be reminded that, given time, you can warm to him, and his stories are never less than entertaining. For a lot of people of a certain age, he will always be fondly regarded as THEIR Doctor.Nicholas Courtney as the rather avuncular Brigadier Lethbridge Stewart gets one of his finest scenes here as he disguises himself as a delivery man in order to gain access to a prison overrun by its inmates. Katy Manning who plays the Doctor's companion Jo Grant provides her usual sterling support and in fact Jo's character was rarely better served than in this her second story. Richard Franklin as Captain Yates and John Levene as Sgt Benton cement their respective places as popular supporting characters. There are also excellent guest performances from some television stalwarts like Neil McCarthy (who gives a lovely and rather touching performance as Barnum, one of the criminals sentenced to be a victim of the machine), Michael Sheard (as a rather likeable Doctor) and William Marlowe who, as Mailer plays one of the nastier characters that was ever to be seen in the series.Richard Franklin performs the (sometimes quite complex) narration very well, helping to smooth over the more visual aspects of some of the strong action sequences, of which there are many, for this was the story that rather defined on-screen action in the series, an element which does sadly rather get lost in the audio format. Three episodes to a disc does mean that the enjoyable little interview with him is very brief and is tucked away in 2 short bursts at the end of each disc and doesn't tell you very much.The audio format does generally serve this era of the series very well as it allows you to enjoy the strong stories without being distracted by the shortcomings of the studio production, but sadly the "action" aspect of this particular story does mean that it is less well served here, but as an introduction to early 1970s DOCTOR WHO, it's still quite a lot of fun and worth a go.

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