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Drama and light entertainment (1966-04-07) (1966)

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Generally speaking, I believe that all comedians' scripts should be written by the authors of Dr Who. An instalment on March 26 (BBC-1) gave me the keenest delight, peopled as it was by Monoids who talked like Daleks and looked like a cross between an ape and a Cyclops. After an awkward encounter with them, Dr Who himself (William Hartnell) explained that we must travel with understanding as well as hope; he then sneezed and became invisible. I can hardly wait for his reappearance; hut, while waiting, I must point out respectfully to the authors that so far they have done nothing with the Anthropophagi and men whose heads do grow beneath their shoulders.

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  • APA 6th ed.: Trewin, J.C. (1966-04-07). Drama and light entertainment (1966-04-07). The Listener p. 517.
  • MLA 7th ed.: Trewin, J.C.. "Drama and light entertainment (1966-04-07)." The Listener [add city] 1966-04-07, 517. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: Trewin, J.C.. "Drama and light entertainment (1966-04-07)." The Listener, edition, sec., 1966-04-07
  • Turabian: Trewin, J.C.. "Drama and light entertainment (1966-04-07)." The Listener, 1966-04-07, section, 517 edition.
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