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Doctor Who: Wit, Wisdom and Timey Wimey Stuff - The Quotable Doctor Who
"All of time and space. All things that ever happened or ever will. Where do you want to start?" From a junkyard in Totter's Lane to the fields of Trenzalore, the last of the Time Lords has navigated the past, present and future using knowledge gathered from centuries of adventures in space and time. Now the authors of the bestselling Who-Ology have collected the best of that timey-wimey knowledge into one place. Covering themes of home and work, travel and technology, the history of the Earth and the fate of the future - you'll find a Doctor-y bon mot for every occasion here. Collecting half a century of quips and quotes, and beautifully illustrated throughout, Wit, Wisdom and Timey-Wimey Stuff is your indispensable guide to life, love, mirth and monsters.
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Doctor Who: The Complete Series 7 (Repack)
Doctor Who: The Complete Series 7;Matt Smith returns for his third and final series as the Eleventh Doctor. Fourteen big, blockbuster-episodes - each a brand new epic adventure featuring new monsters and some familiar foes as you’ve never seen them before. In series 7 we see the Ponds return for their final voyage with The Doctor. They save a spaceship full of dinosaurs, don Stetsons in the Wild Wild West and are even kidnapped by the Doctor's oldest foe. But when they arrive in Manhattan the Weeping Angels are waiting for them. Meanwhile, Christmas brings The Doctor a new companion in the form of the young feisty Clara…;Features every episode from the explosive Doctor Who Series 7.;Starring Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, Jenna-Louise Coleman, Arthur Darvill, Alex Kingston;Guest Starring Rupert Graves, Mark Williams, David Mitchell, Robert Webb, Jemma Redgrave, Steven Berkoff;Doctor Who has raised the bar yet again with a spectacular opener that will win over both Whovians and non-Whovians alike Independent;Steven Moffat's finale to the current series is a brilliant episode, full of warmth and humanity to counteract the goosebumps. Sadness, too' - Guardian;I was in bits, obviously, like The Doctor, so hats off to Arthur Darvill and Karen Gillan for taking us along on their ride' - Metro;You don't know what you're missing' Entertainment Weekly;We say: The Complete Series 7 has it all, frolics - Dinosaurs on a Spaceship, thrills - Asylum of the Daleks, chills - The Snowmen and, well it has it all really. Stunning stuff.
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Who is Who?
When you have been wandering the cosmos from one end of eternity to another for nearly a thousand years, what's your philosophy of life, the universe, and everything? Doctor Who is 50 years' old in 2013. Through its long life on television and beyond it has inspired much debate due to the richness and complexity of the metaphysical and moral issues that it poses. This is the first in-depth philosophical investigation of Doctor Who in popular culture. From 1963's An Unearthly Child through the latest series, it considers continuity and change in the pictures that the programme paints of the nature of truth and knowledge, science and religion, space and time, good and evil, including the uncanny, the problem of evil, the Doctor's complex ethical motivations, questions of persisting personal identity in the Time Lord processes of regeneration, the nature of time travel through 'wibbley-wobbley, timey-wimey stuff, how quantum theory affects our understanding of time; and the nature of the mysterious and irrational in the Doctor's universe.
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Dr Christian's Guide to Dealing with the Tricky Stuff
A child's guide to everyday problems by TV's favourite doctor. Finally, TV's favourite doctor, Dr Christian, comes to the rescue of parents, boys and girls to answer all their questions about adolescence, sexuality and puberty. In his assured, no-nonsense fashion Dr Christian allays the fears and uncertainties of growing youngsters (and helps parents find answers) about personal and emotional health, body image and building self-confidence. A perfect companion book to Dr Christian's Guide to Growing Up. Leave it on the kitchen table or sit down and go through it together - this full-colour, fully-illustrated book will help every family household with children under the age of15. subjects covered include: Staying healthy - healthy diet - teeth - having healthy bones and hair - looking after your eyesight (issues over screen-time) - plus needing eye-tests, wearing glasses vs contact lenses - hearing problems - effects of loud music/tinnitus - looking after your skin - sun sense, plus spots/acne, alcohol and smoking issues (covering other drugs as an insert box) Common health problems such as tonsilitis, tummy ache, period pains, ear ache, hayfever/allergies, asthma, veruccas/warts/blisters -bunions/high heels issues, sprains, headaches/migraines. First-aid tips - burns, cuts/scrapes, fainting, broken bones etc. Staying active - all-round fitness tips, need for regular exercise - ideas for non-sporting activities that still keep you fit - including playground games - things you can do with your friends to stay active Real-life skills - Money management - planning for your future - making new friends Online safety - tips for how to behave online Bullying - online & in the real world - who to turn to, what to do Learning how to be your own person - how to say 'no' and mean it - keeping your self-respect Stress-busters - including exam techniques - tips for coping, including ideas from well-known academics - revision tips/skills, improving concentration, dealing with stress -general stress issues for children and how to deal with them * Emotional health - self-esteem issues & confidence-boosting tips. Each section is interspersed with an advice-column with questions real children have asked Dr Christian.
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Stuff Brits Like
As the lead writer for BBC Anglophenia, Fraser McAlpine (a man assembled from almost every region of the UK*) spends his life explaining Brits to foreigners. Now he lifts the lid on our Marmite pot of nations and takes you on a journey from the Isle of Wight to Inverness, Belfast to Bangor, exploring the joyful enthusiasms (and pet hates) of an endlessly multifarious Britain. Stuff Brits Like celebrates why we like puns and pedantry, decorum and drawing willies on things, Trainspotting and Downton Abbey, apologizing needlessly (sorry) and cocking a snook. We cheer both the underdog and the bad guy, we adore melancholy types like Morrissey and grumpy Eeyore... and we love being told off by scolds. Meet mythical beasts from the Scottish Nuckelavee to the Cornish Knocker; the branch of the WI called the Iron Maidens, and the British Cheese Board (yes, it is really called that); find out which eccentric Lord would only eat his meals in his swimming pool, why postboxes are bright red (it's health and safety gone mad) and the origin of weird traditions such as the Burning of the Clocks.Stuff Brits Like takes you through why Doctor Who could only have come from Britain, why cricket is a form of siege warfare in whites, and why we argue about the best five British films or what makes The Great British Guitar Band...
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