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Who's the Doctor? (2003)

2003-10-11 Radio Times p7.jpg

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What news could possibly be better than the fact that Doctor Who is coming hack to TV in a couple of years' time? How about the rumour that the brilliant Bill Nighy is in the running for the part of the Doctor? I think he'd be a superb choice—unless Paul McGann is given the chance for a well deserved return, of course.

Other actors of a suitable calibre that come to mind include David Warner and Jim Broadbent— just as long as no one from soapland or the world of comedy/quiz shows is cast. That mistake has been made before.

If only I had a Tardis to travel forward to 2005!

Stuart Maddison

London W I 3

You're not the only one engaging in speculation about the next Doctor— just turn to page 13 for the latest ...

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