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Wendy is a human computer (1968)

1968-04-17 Daily Mirror.jpg

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ACTRESS Wendy Padbury (above) has been chosen to play a glamour girl in the Dr. Who children's T V serial ... because she doesn't look her age.

Wendy, Holland Park, London, is 20. But she'll play a 15-year-old astronaut called Zoe in the new Dr. Who adventure starting on BBC television next week.

She replaces Deborah Watling, 19, who is one of the Space doctor's young time-travelling companions in the present series. Deborah is leaving the show to go into film.

Wendy, once a member of the Crossroads cast on I T V, said last night: "I am very excited. I play a sort of human computer." She's certainly got things working out very nicely so far....

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1968-04-17). Wendy is a human computer. The Mirror p. 1.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "Wendy is a human computer." The Mirror [add city] 1968-04-17, 1. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "Wendy is a human computer." The Mirror, edition, sec., 1968-04-17
  • Turabian: "Wendy is a human computer." The Mirror, 1968-04-17, section, 1 edition.
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