garden designer, horticulturalist, like walking my dogs & a glass of a wine (not at the same time!)

 

medieval:

Latin Gospel. 
Written and illuminated in Ireland by Macregol, probably identifiable as the abbot of Birr (d. 821 or 822), with interlinear gloss (literal translation) in Old English added in England by the scribes Farmon and Owun in the second half of the 10th century.

medieval:

Latin Gospel.

Written and illuminated in Ireland by Macregol, probably identifiable as the abbot of Birr (d. 821 or 822), with interlinear gloss (literal translation) in Old English added in England by the scribes Farmon and Owun in the second half of the 10th century.

eatsleepsniff:

My leniency towards Tali is not a good indicator for my upcoming parenting ability.

eatsleepsniff:

My leniency towards Tali is not a good indicator for my upcoming parenting ability.

addamsfamilytreat:

Anyone else annoyed by the Early Christmas/Holiday STUFF? Morticia certainly is!

Nothing Christmassy is allowed before December 1st

addamsfamilytreat:

Anyone else annoyed by the Early Christmas/Holiday STUFF? Morticia certainly is!

Nothing Christmassy is allowed before December 1st

bbcone:

New images from Doctor Who: The Time of the Doctor. Christmas Day. 7:30pm.

getting excited….

bbcone:

New pictures from the brand new series of #Sherlock. #TheEmptyHearse airs at 9pm on New Year’s Day. #SherlockLives

bbcone:

Fifty years ago at 5.15pm on November 23rd 1963, a mysterious exile from another world appeared on BBC One - the Doctor.
Right from the beginning, Head of Drama Sydney Newman had wanted a programme to slot into the schedule between the live sports coverage of ‘Grandstand’ and the pop music review programme ‘Juke Box Jury’, and so #DoctorWho was created.
'Doctor Who' would continue to occupy our Saturday evening tea-time slot for 18 years. In 1982, the series was moved to a mid-week position in a bid to test the schedules to find out which days of the week would best suit a twice-weekly soap opera (BBC EastEnders eventually hit our screens in 1985). 
When #DoctorWho returned to BBC One in 2005 after a long time off the air, it was once again designed as a Saturday night family show, just as it had been right at the start. 
Today we celebrate 50 years of the programme with a feature-length anniversary episode at 19:50 GMT on BBC One.

bbcone:

Fifty years ago at 5.15pm on November 23rd 1963, a mysterious exile from another world appeared on BBC One - the Doctor.

Right from the beginning, Head of Drama Sydney Newman had wanted a programme to slot into the schedule between the live sports coverage of ‘Grandstand’ and the pop music review programme ‘Juke Box Jury’, and so #DoctorWho was created.

'Doctor Who' would continue to occupy our Saturday evening tea-time slot for 18 years. In 1982, the series was moved to a mid-week position in a bid to test the schedules to find out which days of the week would best suit a twice-weekly soap opera (BBC EastEnders eventually hit our screens in 1985). 

When #DoctorWho returned to BBC One in 2005 after a long time off the air, it was once again designed as a Saturday night family show, just as it had been right at the start. 

Today we celebrate 50 years of the programme with a feature-length anniversary episode at 19:50 GMT on BBC One.