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Time Change for Dr. Who? (1982)

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I am 11 years old and have been a fan of Doctor Who for a long time. I read the Doctor Who books but have not been able to watch it on television. I watched SATURDAY NIGHT FRIENDS and was glad to see Doctor Who. It made me disappointed to find out that it comes on at 11 o'clock Sunday nights. I understand that the program was originally made in England for children's viewing. There must be other interested children who can't stay up so late to see it. Could you please consider showing it at an earlier time? Thank you.

Kevin Grewe

Rockford, IL


Editor's Note: The WHA-TV program manager reports that if the station gets enough requests to show Doctor Who at an earlier time, she will do everything possible to find an earlier time for kids of all ages.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (December 1982). Time Change for Dr. Who?. Airwaves p. 46.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "Time Change for Dr. Who?." Airwaves [add city] December 1982, 46. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "Time Change for Dr. Who?." Airwaves, edition, sec., December 1982
  • Turabian: "Time Change for Dr. Who?." Airwaves, December 1982, section, 46 edition.
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