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THERE'S some good news and bad news for fans of Or Who — starved of new adventures about their time. travelling hero following the BBC's decision not to make any new series for a while. For the Time Lord, in the shape and voice of Colin Baker. returns to the air, waves this week in a new six-part tale called Slipback.

But the new story is con. fined to the radio due to the BBC's drama budget cuts confining the TV version to a temporary time warp.

And that's got to be a blow for fans of his assistant Peri. played with verve by the very bouncy Nicola Bryant.

Dr Who will be one of the features of Pirate Radio 4. new live Thursday morning show introduced by Steve Blacknell (Radio 1. 9.05). Further episodes of Siipback can be heard on consecutive Thursday mornings although the pirate show's next trans. mission has been set for August.

The programme will include other features, including Adrian Mole giving advice on the arts and politics

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