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Doctor Who not as serious as War of The Worlds (2006)

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Sir, Doctor Who not as serious as War of The Worlds (letter, April 17)? Last week's episode explored issues of medical experimentation on animals (with the situation reversed) and of one person's right to existence over another. Deep stuff, as popular culture goes H.G. Wells wrote a rollicking good yarn, with one rather heavy-handed moral.

LAURENCE PAYNE

Ilford, Essex

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