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Actor's piglet goes to a zoo (1968)

1968-09-30 Birmingham Post.jpg

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Scots-born actor Fraser Hines, aged 23 "Jamie" in the Dr. Who children's series on BBC Television - drove to a zoo yesterday and presented it with a piglet he had won in a show business bicycle race.

The actor, who went with his mother to Chessington Zoo, in Surrey, said: "I love animals too much. I just couldn't bear the thought of making a barbecue of the piglet, which I have named Who."


Spelling correction: Frazer Hines

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