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Drama and light entertainment (1966-03-17) (1966)

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I arrived at another old stager, Dr Who (BBC-1, February 26) at a very trying moment. 'Tomorrow', a voice was saying as I switched on, 'is St Bartholomew's Day'. Presently André Morell, looking sad and dignified, observed, 'We are to unleash the wolves of Paris'; a pair of comic guards were telling each other that they wouldn't be sorry to see the night over; and Dr Who murmured, 'There's the tocsin'. Soon, after a surely needless and nightmare-raising portfolio of Massacre woodcuts, we were in the old police-box again, hurtling through time, while Dr Who explained—rather glumly, I felt— 'I dare not change the course of history' : a profound truth.

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  • APA 6th ed.: Trewin, J.C. (1966-03-17). Drama and light entertainment (1966-03-17). The Listener p. 411.
  • MLA 7th ed.: Trewin, J.C.. "Drama and light entertainment (1966-03-17)." The Listener [add city] 1966-03-17, 411. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: Trewin, J.C.. "Drama and light entertainment (1966-03-17)." The Listener, edition, sec., 1966-03-17
  • Turabian: Trewin, J.C.. "Drama and light entertainment (1966-03-17)." The Listener, 1966-03-17, section, 411 edition.
  • Wikipedia (this article): <ref>{{cite news| title=Drama and light entertainment (1966-03-17) | url=http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/Drama_and_light_entertainment_(1966-03-17) | work=The Listener | pages=411 | date=1966-03-17 | via=Doctor Who Cuttings Archive | accessdate=22 November 2017 }}</ref>
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