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A Viewpointer from Wembley (1964)

1964-12-03 Daily Mirror.jpg

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A VIEWPOINTER from Wembley says his son bits With his back to the T V set and puts his hands over his ears when "Dr Who" is on.

My young son goes behind the settee, or peeps with one eye through the crack of the door--(Mrs.) G. Crockfofd, Nottingham.

"Smashing" is my son's verdict on "Dr Who." But he spends most of his time "watching" the programme with his face towards the floor —Perplexed Mum, Thornton Heath, Surrey

My eight-year-old daughter disappears behind a chair when the programme begins. Her four-year-old brother takes a front seat and tries to encourage her to come out of hiding— (Mrs) M. Hutchins, Bubery, Worcs.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1964-12-03). A Viewpointer from Wembley. The Mirror p. 6.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "A Viewpointer from Wembley." The Mirror [add city] 1964-12-03, 6. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "A Viewpointer from Wembley." The Mirror, edition, sec., 1964-12-03
  • Turabian: "A Viewpointer from Wembley." The Mirror, 1964-12-03, section, 6 edition.
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