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Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without Doctor Who

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Christmas Day, BBC1, 6pm

Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without Doctor Who taking on the forces of darkness, and here he is in Steven Moffat's reworking of (what else?) A Christmas Carol. Michael Gambon plays Kazran Sardick, a miserable miser who refuses to help a stricken spaceship, until the Doctor finds a way to change his flinty heart, which he does with the help of luscious Welsh mezzo Katherine Jenkins as a pneumatic waif.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (2010-12-24). Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without Doctor Who. London Evening Standard p. 25.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without Doctor Who." London Evening Standard [add city] 2010-12-24, 25. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without Doctor Who." London Evening Standard, edition, sec., 2010-12-24
  • Turabian: "Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without Doctor Who." London Evening Standard, 2010-12-24, section, 25 edition.
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