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THE cast of Doctor Who is made to go through body scanners to prevent plot

leaks, it has been revealed. New star Bradley Walsh, the Timelord's latest assistant, revealed the extensive

security measures being put in place to stop any spoilers. The actor, 57, and new Doctor Jodie Whittaker start filming this week. Walsh [pictured), admits he knows very little about his latest role. 'My character's name is Graham and that's all they've told me,' he said.

'You have to go through a body scanner to check you have no recording devices on you. It's really peculiar,' he told Channel 4's Sunday Brunch.

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