...the 'Daily Mail' photo morgue.
Picture the scene - new season of 'Dr Who', and a little Wild West set is being put together for the episode 'A Town Called Mercy'.
Set designer calls down for a couple of typical 'olde Wild West' set dressing elements - you know the sort of thing, hitching rail, water trough, set of buffalo horns.
What's more evocative of the Wild West than the buffalo, bison bison, Woman on a Raft's 'huge quiet spirits'? Except maybe the Indians that regarded them as food, shelter and spiritual being? But I don't think the Beeb props department has any Indian skull mounts, so there's that.
And what did the props department send them?
The eagle-eyed among you will have realised that that's no American buffalo. That's our old friend, the Cape Buffalo, synoceras caffer, and the Plains Indians would have found this old boy a bit tougher to live on. Many papooses would have gone hungry, not to mention fatherless.
Not that they had to worry, since these animals live in Africa, and never the twain shall meet.
Does anyone remember when the BBC had professional standards?
Yeah. Me too.