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BBC Takes 'Doctor Who' Online for Six-Week-Long Series

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The BBC is launching its second Web-based Doctor Who drama on 2 August. The show, available from bbc.co.uk/cult, will feature a new 10-minute episode every Friday for six weeks, starring the sixth Doctor Colin Baker. The story, called Real Time, is the BBC's second commissioned online series, following on from Doctor Who: Death Comes to Time, which gave the cult site over 2.6m page impressions within a period of three days. bbc.co.uk/cult

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