Anglophile Uncharted

Thanks Matt, for everything.

He is wonderful and I will love him forever.

amaleia-rose:

“What if a weeping angel fell in love with a human, but she could never touch or talk to him, and just followed him around all day. And then, just once, she followed too close, and accidentally touched him, and this was the result.”

amaleia-rose:

“What if a weeping angel fell in love with a human, but she could never touch or talk to him, and just followed him around all day. And then, just once, she followed too close, and accidentally touched him, and this was the result.”

theashleyclements:

“My thoughts are stars I cannot fathom into constellations,” - a pretty good writer in an ok book

About a month ago, I was sitting in the bathtub when I got an email on my phone. (I always take electronic devices into the bath. It just seems smart.) That email was from…

the-another-day:

Les nœud pap’, c’est cool.

#tournevis sonique

the-another-day:

Les nœud pap’, c’est cool.

doctorwho:

‘Doctor Who’ On The Moon: A History
Well, fairly complete anyway. You can’t blame the writers of Doctor Who for seeking inspiration from the moon from time to time. Frankly, when the entire universe, now and always, is your playpen for making up dramas, you’re going to occasionally cast about you for inspiration, seizing upon anything you can see and starting from there. We’re just lucky no one has seriously pitched an alien race that looks like a laptop on a desk with a big empty white page on its screen, although it’s bound to happen sooner or later.
So, here is a reasonably concise list of the times the Doctor has gone to visit the moon, or referred to the moon, or being involved in a thing that is influenced heavily by the moon. I say reasonably because a) this only applies to TV stories and b) I might’ve missed one, or two.
Let’s see, shall we?
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doctorwho:

‘Doctor Who’ On The Moon: A History

Well, fairly complete anyway. You can’t blame the writers of Doctor Who for seeking inspiration from the moon from time to time. Frankly, when the entire universe, now and always, is your playpen for making up dramas, you’re going to occasionally cast about you for inspiration, seizing upon anything you can see and starting from there. We’re just lucky no one has seriously pitched an alien race that looks like a laptop on a desk with a big empty white page on its screen, although it’s bound to happen sooner or later.

So, here is a reasonably concise list of the times the Doctor has gone to visit the moon, or referred to the moon, or being involved in a thing that is influenced heavily by the moon. I say reasonably because a) this only applies to TV stories and b) I might’ve missed one, or two.

Let’s see, shall we?

Click through to Anglophenia