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Who next? How about a Time Lady? (1986)

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WOMEN'S rights campaigners want the next Dr Who to be female.

Labour Euro-MPs claim that the change would help to break down barriers to women.

The latest actor to play Dr Who, Colin Baker, is leaving the role after a three-year stint. Yesterday members of an EEC women's rights committee, meeting in London, wrote to BBC director general Alasdair Milne saying: 'It Is high time a woman played the part. Children have for years seen a man as the high-tech wizard with women as mere assistants.'

The statement was signed by London Euro-MPS Carole Tongue and Mike Elliot, Christine Crawley of Birmingham and Eddy Newman of Manchester.

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