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      Doctor Who

      Uses For Your Doctor Who (Fourth Doctor) Scarf #5 - The Doctor's Washing Line

      Doctor Who Scarf - Tom Baker

      Looking for the TARDIS cloakroom? It's easy to get to: it's first left, second right, third on the left, go straight ahead, under the stairs, past the bins, fifth door on your left.

      Yes, the wardrobe is expansive, but even the Doctor has to do the washing. He's not afraid to hang up his question mark Jumper, dazzle the neighbours with his Paisley Scarf, or show off Jamie's kilt. Whenever the Doctor has excess laundry, he uses the extra-long 18ft Fourth Doctor Scarf as a washing line.

      When is the Moon not the Moon ?

      50 years ago today, humanity went further into space than ever before: one small step for man; one giant leap for mankind.

      The moon is our steppingstone into the wider universe. The Doctor's a frequent visitor, with notable serials set on the natural satellite including The Seeds of Death (1969), Smith and Jones (2007), and Kill the Moon (2014). He even hijacked NASA's signal in The Impossible Astronaut/ Day of the Moon (2011) to defeat the Silence.

      Admittedly, the Silence did successfully blow up the TARDIS, as depicted in Van Gogh's painting – an image captured on our The Pandorica Opens Gloves and Silk Scarf. Still, he managed to reboot the universe, save his Space-Time Ship, and make it to Trenzalore, so we'll call it a draw.