I was rather amused to discover who one of our customers was at work today.
by AbbozVictoria sat alone in the garden, sheltered from the sun by a large oak tree and cooled further by the gentle breeze blowing through her hair. She was reading a novel, enjoying the time to relax, having taken the opportunity to slip out of the house and escape from the pressures being placed on her.
All 6 of The Enemy of the World, and 5/6 of The Web of Fear were found! (1 of each serial was already around, so 9 new episodes.)
I am over the moon, I would be with any episodes, but Victoria ones is even better because SO many of hers were missing (still are but this is already an immense improvement when I think before only 11 of her episodes still existed fully (known anyway.)) So we get to see more of her, and more of her with Jamie, and with the Doctor, and we get to see Patrick Troughton play Salamander, and we get (most of) the Brigadier’s first serial!
(Available on iTunes for £9.99 each serial, to be released on DVD early 2014.)
Brick Lane, London
Mickey instinctively jumped in front of his wife as he caught a flash of light in the corner of his eye. Martha reached out to smooth her hand over his shoulder and down his arm to calm him, gently holding onto him and watching as he stared down the road. He was looking away from the market, towards the corner of the building that the flash had protruded from, waiting for something to emerge. “Did you see that? That flash of light?”
“No. What do you think it is?”
“I don’t—” He turned to face her. “It’s Rose.”
All I’m going to say on here about the Doctor Who finale (at least for now) is:
A lovely colour picture of Barbara in The Aztecs from Tragical History Tour.