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This is a new Who! (1980)

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  • Publication: The Sun
  • Date: 1980-08-30
  • Author: Chris Kenworthy
  • Page: 19
  • Language: English

GUESS who has just been included in Madame Tussaud's waxworks museum in London ?

Dr Who, that's who—and his faithful tin-can dog, K 9.

The doctor, played by six-foot actor Tom Baker, 43, unveiled his own waxwork likeness this week.

SERIES

And tonight, the real-life Dr Who launches into a new series of adventures in Dr Who and The Leisure Hive (BBC 1, 6.15).

Lalla Ward is back again as Romana, the Doctor's assistant.

Also appearing as Mena, the leader of a race left sterile by nuclear war, is Adrienne Corri.

Adrienne, 50, spent much of her time coated in latex anti gild paint to make her look much older,

In tonight's episode, the doctor's holiday pals go wrong and he ends up meeting some strange visitors to The Leisure Hive.

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  • APA 6th ed.: Kenworthy, Chris (1980-08-30). This is a new Who!. The Sun p. 19.
  • MLA 7th ed.: Kenworthy, Chris. "This is a new Who!." The Sun [add city] 1980-08-30, 19. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: Kenworthy, Chris. "This is a new Who!." The Sun, edition, sec., 1980-08-30
  • Turabian: Kenworthy, Chris. "This is a new Who!." The Sun, 1980-08-30, section, 19 edition.
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