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EARTH'S arch-enemies of television times gone by, the Daleks, were in conciliatory mood at the weekend.

Their mission was not to exterminate but to urge fans of the Time Lord to attend one of the UK's biggest Doctor Who conventions, planned for the autumn.

The sinister warriors took over the deck of the replica of Captain Cook's ship, the Endeavour, which is moored at Stockton, the venue for the event in September.

There was a guest appearance by Nicholas Courtney, who played Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart for 20 years alongside all eight doctors.

The Tardis was there too, as well as a host of suitably attired fans.

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