Gothic Britta - requested by clharkegriffin


"The Disappearance of Lavinia Smith" (1981).  Sarah Jane Smith has been looking forward to spending a peaceful Christmas holiday at her Aunt Lavinia’s country home.  Her hopes are shattered when she arrives to discover her aunt vanished without a trace.  Has Lavinia really gone to America as her neighbours claim?  It soon becomes clear to Sarah that the villagers of Moreton Harwood are keeping dangerous secrets.  But with the mysterious disappearances continuing, will Sarah be able to uncover the truth before it’s too late?  (Starring Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane Smith, and Ian Sears as Brenden Richards.  Directed by T.D. Possum.  50 min, colour.)

 We’ve only got five billion years till the shops close.

Rose Tyler + compassion

video game meme → [1/7] male characters - Lee Everett
Lee had a fire in him, sure as shit. He was a hell of a guy.

I wanted the Doctor to be a loner…The opposite of Rose, because we were making quite a radical move, in Doctor Who terms, by giving her a family, giving her a mum and a dad and a boyfriend. You want them to be polar opposites. So you give him nothing. But key to that is—-instead of giving him a High Council and a planet and big collars, all that stuff—-you strip it all away so, the more opposite these two people can be, the more they’ve got to talk about, the more they connect. That’s why the Time Lords had to go, it was a programme coming back with an awful lot of mythology and back story, and I wanted to give it a background in which fans and brand new viewers would be on a level playing field. —Russell T Davies, Doctor Who: The Inside Story (via popscockleswescanhaves)