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"For the eyes and ears of Britain" - advert for the BBC 'Radio Times' and 'The Listener", 1949  Seen in a design yearbook unfortunately this BBC advert doesn't show a designer! Shame really - it is quite Abram Games in style and indeed has some echoes of the Festival of Britain logo that he'd design in 1951/2.

"For the eyes and ears of Britain" - advert for the BBC 'Radio Times' and 'The Listener", 1949 Seen in a design yearbook unfortunately this BBC advert doesn't show a designer! Shame really - it is quite Abram Games in style and indeed has some echoes of the Festival of Britain logo that he'd design in 1951/2.

A conta oficial de Doctor Who no Twitter divulgou hoje que Peter Capaldi, que assumiu o papel principal da série em 2014, a deixará após a 10ª temporada, que será exibida este ano, e sua despedida …

A conta oficial de Doctor Who no Twitter divulgou hoje que Peter Capaldi, que assumiu o papel principal da série em 2014, a deixará após a 10ª temporada, que será exibida este ano, e sua despedida …

The Unearthly Child-23     Aired:November 1963 23:24 minutes The first televised Doctor Who serial was produced under the title 100,000 BC,  but later marketed under its more popular name, An Unearthly Child, which it  also shared with its own episode one. It introduced viewers to the Doctor,  played by William Hartnell, and the TARDIS. As the first story, it laid the groundwork for the Who story of capture and  escape; in this case, the Doctor and company are captured by primitive humans…

The Unearthly Child-23 Aired:November 1963 23:24 minutes The first televised Doctor Who serial was produced under the title 100,000 BC, but later marketed under its more popular name, An Unearthly Child, which it also shared with its own episode one. It introduced viewers to the Doctor, played by William Hartnell, and the TARDIS. As the first story, it laid the groundwork for the Who story of capture and escape; in this case, the Doctor and company are captured by primitive humans…

The Unearthly Child-23     Aired:November 1963 23:24 minutes The first televised Doctor Who serial was produced under the title 100,000 BC,  but later marketed under its more popular name, An Unearthly Child, which it  also shared with its own episode one. It introduced viewers to the Doctor,  played by William Hartnell, and the TARDIS. As the first story, it laid the groundwork for the Who story of capture and  escape; in this case, the Doctor and company are captured by primitive humans…

The Unearthly Child-23 Aired:November 1963 23:24 minutes The first televised Doctor Who serial was produced under the title 100,000 BC, but later marketed under its more popular name, An Unearthly Child, which it also shared with its own episode one. It introduced viewers to the Doctor, played by William Hartnell, and the TARDIS. As the first story, it laid the groundwork for the Who story of capture and escape; in this case, the Doctor and company are captured by primitive humans…

The Unearthly Child-23     Aired:November 1963 23:24 minutes The first televised Doctor Who serial was produced under the title 100,000 BC,  but later marketed under its more popular name, An Unearthly Child, which it  also shared with its own episode one. It introduced viewers to the Doctor,  played by William Hartnell, and the TARDIS. As the first story, it laid the groundwork for the Who story of capture and  escape; in this case, the Doctor and company are captured by primitive humans…

The Unearthly Child-23 Aired:November 1963 23:24 minutes The first televised Doctor Who serial was produced under the title 100,000 BC, but later marketed under its more popular name, An Unearthly Child, which it also shared with its own episode one. It introduced viewers to the Doctor, played by William Hartnell, and the TARDIS. As the first story, it laid the groundwork for the Who story of capture and escape; in this case, the Doctor and company are captured by primitive humans…

The Unearthly Child-23     Aired:November 1963 23:24 minutes The first televised Doctor Who serial was produced under the title 100,000 BC,  but later marketed under its more popular name, An Unearthly Child, which it  also shared with its own episode one. It introduced viewers to the Doctor,  played by William Hartnell, and the TARDIS. As the first story, it laid the groundwork for the Who story of capture and  escape; in this case, the Doctor and company are captured by primitive humans…

The Unearthly Child-23 Aired:November 1963 23:24 minutes The first televised Doctor Who serial was produced under the title 100,000 BC, but later marketed under its more popular name, An Unearthly Child, which it also shared with its own episode one. It introduced viewers to the Doctor, played by William Hartnell, and the TARDIS. As the first story, it laid the groundwork for the Who story of capture and escape; in this case, the Doctor and company are captured by primitive humans…

The Unearthly Child-23     Aired:November 1963 23:24 minutes The first televised Doctor Who serial was produced under the title 100,000 BC,  but later marketed under its more popular name, An Unearthly Child, which it  also shared with its own episode one. It introduced viewers to the Doctor,  played by William Hartnell, and the TARDIS. As the first story, it laid the groundwork for the Who story of capture and  escape; in this case, the Doctor and company are captured by primitive humans…

The Unearthly Child-23 Aired:November 1963 23:24 minutes The first televised Doctor Who serial was produced under the title 100,000 BC, but later marketed under its more popular name, An Unearthly Child, which it also shared with its own episode one. It introduced viewers to the Doctor, played by William Hartnell, and the TARDIS. As the first story, it laid the groundwork for the Who story of capture and escape; in this case, the Doctor and company are captured by primitive humans…

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