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  1. 1,000 years on the back of a stamp
  2. 12 picks of Christmas
  3. 25th Anniversary Special
  4. 50 Daleks to be won
  5. 6ft ant is BBC's latest TV monster
  6. A Dog's Life for Leela
  7. A Down-to-Earth pose for a TV Space girl
  8. A Dr Who is captured
  9. A Merry Christmas and Much Success for 1967
  10. A New Who in View, But Who?
  11. A Viewpointer from Wembley
  12. A Who's Who (Daily Star on Sunday)
  13. A cold carry-on for space-age Suzanne
  14. A glaring error!
  15. A history of Britain in 48 stamps
  16. A home for two Darleks
  17. A hue and cry for Doctor Who
  18. A journey of understanding
  19. A little time with you know 'Who'
  20. A long way from 'The Power Game'
  21. A new star shines in the Tardis
  22. A pioneer at WTTW - Ed Morris blazed trails in local TV
  23. A sex storm
  24. A sexy enemy from space - Suzanne
  25. Actors wins fight for annuity
  26. Actress Katy Manning at the Dr Who national convention in Perth
  27. Actress Susan Jameson was to have started work this month
  28. Affirmative, new mistress!
  29. After the Daleks a new horror— VOORDS
  30. After those Daleks, more monsters on Saturday afternoon
  31. Alfred Lynch obituary
  32. Aliens? In Cardiff?
  33. All in good time, the Doctor roars back to take on aliens in wi-fi
  34. An intimate tête-à-Tate
  35. And finally...I found myself in a rift of rampant bisexuality last week with the return of Torchwood
  36. And the geek shall inherit the earth...
  37. Another Side of Matt Smith
  38. Are You a Timelord or Dozy Dalek?
  39. Are our bodies falling to bits in the computer age?
  40. Article
  41. Australian Girl for Dr Who
  42. Austria
  43. BBC 1 programmes for 14 March, 1981
  44. BBC Director-General Greg Dyke is facing a staff rebellion
  45. BBC TV special effects Science Museum until 10 June, 1973
  46. BBC ban on 'Morse code' record
  47. BBC cashes in as new Doctor hits the screens
  48. BBC names actor to play ninth Dr Who
  49. BBC plays stars' Dr Who protest
  50. BBC ploughs £40m into movies

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