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Dr. Who's on first in sci-fi pollThe Anniston Star2003-01-02
Daphne Oram obituaryThe Times2003-01-24
Laying the track for a new soundDaily Express2003-02-13
What a sci-fi guyThe Age2003-02-14
Search for footage travels back in timeBlackpool Gazette2003-02-28
A hard knock lifeThe Stage and Television Today2003-03-06
Doctor MatrixThe Australian2003-04-01
Celebrating an alien obsessionThe Australian2003-04-02
Digital destinyThe Stage and Television Today2003-04-10
Death of the DaleksDaily Express2003-04-11
Exterminate, exterminate! BBC kills off its Daleks workshopThe Times2003-04-11
BBC Director-General Greg Dyke is facing a staff rebellionDaily Express2003-04-24
Look who's TV favouriteDaily Express2003-05-13
I miss Doctor WhoMetro (Australia)2003-06-01
Dr. Who And The Daleks In AntiochNorthwest Herald2003-06-13
Exterminate! (2003)New Scientist2003-06-14
Doctor makes peace with Daleks for conventionThe Northern Echo2003-06-23
Do not exterminateThe Pink Paper2003-06-27
Shane set for Dr roleSunday Express2003-06-29
Armageddon NowLondon Review of Books2003-07-10
Who goes there? (2003)Radio Times2003-07-19
Cult hits grow Web rootsChicago Tribune2003-07-26
Timeless lordBristol Post2003-07-31
What and when plague Dr Who's returnThe Courier Mail2003-08-09
Back to the futureNew Statesman2003-08-11
Who's on the webThe Guardian2003-08-14
Look Who's BackEvening Gazette2003-08-25
Post-ironically, I failedNew Statesman2003-09-01
Fact fudgingDaily Express2003-09-02
The Doctor is in (The Age)The Age2003-09-06
About timeThe Age2003-09-18
Peter RussellThe Stage and Television Today2003-09-25
Doctor Who ready to come out of the Tardis for Saturday TV seriesThe Daily Telegraph2003-09-26
Time to return?Radio Times2003-09-27
Doctor Who will surviveThe Daily Telegraph2003-09-27
The time's right for a new WhoDaily Star2003-09-27
Cult Favorite 'Doctor Who' Coming BackAssociated Press
Austin American-Statesman
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
The Palm Beach Post
Edmonton Journal
Times Colonist
Calgary Herald
Sarasota Herald-Tribune
The Daily Chronicle
The Courier-News (New Jersey)
Lansing State Journal
Fond du Lac Reporter
Opelousas Daily World
The Daily Dispatch
Daily World
The Journal Times
Regina Leader-Post
Red Deer Advocate
StarPhoenix
Windsor Star
2003-09-27
Exterminate Alistair CampbellThe Sunday Times2003-09-28
Should Dr Who be reincarnated as a Time Lady?The Sunday Telegraph (England)2003-09-28
BBC back to cult favorite 'Doctor Who'The Hollywood Reporter2003-09-29
Time for a Timelady in Tardis says ex-Dr WhoDaily Star2003-09-29
BBC tuning up time machine for 'Dr. Who'The Hollywood Reporter2003-09-30
Doctor Who? (Antiques and Collectables)Antiques & Collectables2003-10-01
Eddie's time for Dr WhoDaily Star2003-10-02
Eddie is set to be Dr. WhoThe Mirror2003-10-03
Eddie to be Dr Who?Daily Express2003-10-03
Who is the best DoctorDaily Star2003-10-03
Guess Who's coming to townThe Des Moines Register2003-10-04
A camp transvestite doctor would breathe some new life into this ancient programmeDaily Star2003-10-04
New Dr Who located on planet of the character actorsThe Sunday Times2003-10-05
Welcome back, Dr WhoFinancial Times2003-10-07
There's a Doctor in the house ...Woolwich News Shopper2003-10-08
Who's the Doctor?Radio Times2003-10-11
The Tardis is winging its way back, but who'll be at the controls?Radio Times2003-10-11
Bookies Close Betting As The Smart Money Goes On Alan Davies To Be The New DoctorSunday Express2003-10-12
The Good Bad and the UglyDaily Star2003-10-17
Why it must be the Dawn of new era for Dr Who...Sunday Life2003-10-19
Who's Who? (Gay Times)Gay Times2003-11-01
The 14-year wait could soon be over for Doctor Who fansTelevisual2003-11-01
Who's who of Dr WhoDaily Express2003-11-08
Richard E Grant's emergence as the ninth Doctor Who - albeit in cartoon form - will also herald the character's full regeneration on televisionSunday Herald2003-11-09
Doctor Who takes over in cyberspaceThe Times2003-11-13
Doctor Who: The Tenth ComingThe Independent2003-11-16
Who goes there (2003)The Western Australian2003-11-17
Preparing the way for the 10th coming of Doctor WhoThe New Zealand Herald2003-11-18
News delays Dr WhoWoolwich News Shopper2003-11-19
Un-ex-ter-min-ate... the return of Dr WhoThe Times2003-11-21
The Whos' Who's WhoRadio Times2003-11-22
Happy Birthday, TimelordTV Times2003-11-22
Who do you do?Radio Times2003-11-22
Who's Who In Dr WhoBirmingham Post2003-11-22
Tom Baker on ...Radio Times2003-11-22
The RT FilesRadio Times2003-11-22
Captured in timeRadio Times2003-11-22
My favourite DoctorRadio Times2003-11-22
Can't wait for the TV series?Radio Times2003-11-22
Docs on the boxRadio Times2003-11-22
Sounds out of this worldRadio Times2003-11-22
Taking the plungerRadio Times2003-11-22
Lost tapes turn upRadio Times2003-11-22
The Regeneration Game (2003)TV & Satellite Week2003-11-22
All New WhoRadio Times2003-11-22
Who was the real me-and how, says Tom BakerSunday Express2003-11-23
Masters Of The WhoniverseDaily Post2003-11-24
A Doctor Who Refuses To Be ExterminatedDaily Post2003-11-24
Cyberfans Demand Daleks Time-Travel Back To 2003Western Mail2003-11-25
The cult of FrisbieCityview2003-11-26
A stitch in timeAustin American-Statesman2003-11-27
Bill Strutton obituaryThe Times2003-12-04
Doctor Who plays it straightTV Times2003-12-06
The ratings warNew Statesman2003-12-15
Gordon ReidThe Times2003-12-15
The Story of Doctor WhoRadio Times2003-12-20
You will obey!Radio Times2003-12-20
Alfred Lynch obituaryThe Times2003-12-20
What Britain's Top TV Critic Watched Last NightDaily Express2003-12-31
The Story of Dr WhoThe Guardian2003-12-31

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