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DOCTOR WHO DRAMA, BBC1, 7.00pm

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Children can't say they've had a proper upbringing until they've spent a Saturday evening hiding behind the sofa with one eye on Doctor Who. A whole new generation of kids can now experience that thrill, as the monster-slaying Time Lord returns. And what a comeback! After the famous theme music — which sent a shiver down our spine — the bold new approach retains all the crucial elements yet is faster, flashier and funnier than ever. A surprisingly cheerful Christopher Eccleston impresses as the good Doctor, while Billie Piper is suitably cute as his sidekick, Rose. Plus, the special effects budget — previously limited to around a fiver — has shot through the roof. Bring on the Daleks.

Doctor in Love: see page 12

Caption: Knock, knock. Who's there? Doctor. Doctor Who? That's right. And Rose is with me

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  • APA 6th ed.: Bradford, Ian (2005-03-26). Children can't say they've had a proper upbringing until they've spent a Saturday evening hiding behind the sofa with one eye on Doctor Who. TV Times .
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