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Drama and light entertainment (1965-06-17) (1965)

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It is a game unknown to Dr Who (BBC-1, May 29) which still takes us to the worst of all possible worlds, with those Daleks like armour-plated dowagers—' a tidge ominous ' Mr Peter Bull might say—and William Hartnell asking ' What is the point of all this, dear boy? ' My answer would be, calmly, ' Don't you worry about the silly old world. Plenty of places besides that'. Here, I believe, we entered.

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  • APA 6th ed.: Trewin, J.C. (1965-06-17). Drama and light entertainment (1965-06-17). The Listener p. 911.
  • MLA 7th ed.: Trewin, J.C.. "Drama and light entertainment (1965-06-17)." The Listener [add city] 1965-06-17, 911. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: Trewin, J.C.. "Drama and light entertainment (1965-06-17)." The Listener, edition, sec., 1965-06-17
  • Turabian: Trewin, J.C.. "Drama and light entertainment (1965-06-17)." The Listener, 1965-06-17, section, 911 edition.
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