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Who's the lucky boy then, Doc? (1989)

1989-04-27 Daily Express.jpg

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COULD it be Dr Who with his arm round a girl? Whatever will they say in Gallifrey?

But despite his obvious happiness about appearing with space glamour girl Amanda Duval, the doctor was actually doing yet another of his good deeds — attending the prizegiving for a national student design competition sponsored by the Pye electrical company.

Its aim was to find the portable entertainment system of tomorrow, and the winner was 18-year-old Sam Barlow of Auchencairn, Castle Douglas, Scotland, who designed a three-piece portable CD player and television with a revolutionary viewing visor.


Caption: Pie in the sky for the doctor

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  • APA 6th ed.: Daly, Ted (1989-04-27). Who's the lucky boy then, Doc?. Daily Express p. 17.
  • MLA 7th ed.: Daly, Ted. "Who's the lucky boy then, Doc?." Daily Express [add city] 1989-04-27, 17. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: Daly, Ted. "Who's the lucky boy then, Doc?." Daily Express, edition, sec., 1989-04-27
  • Turabian: Daly, Ted. "Who's the lucky boy then, Doc?." Daily Express, 1989-04-27, section, 17 edition.
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