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Doctor Who Whodunit

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Impatient for the return of the BBC cult fantasy and science-fiction drama "Doctor Who" after a 16-year hiatus, someone has posted the first installment of the 13-part new series on the Internet three weeks before it is to return to the air, according to BBC News and Reuters. Thousands of fans using file-trading software downloaded the 45 minute episode, "Rose," named for a character played by the pop singer Billie Piper, the assistant to the space- and time- traveling Doctor (Christopher Eccleston), who battles aliens and evil. The original series ran between 1963 and 1989.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (2005-03-10). Doctor Who Whodunit. The New York Times p. E2.
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