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I thought it would be nice to bury the hatchet

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Michael Grade - who killed off the time-travelling doctor when he was at the BBC in the 1980s - has rejected a peace offering from the Dr Who Appreciation Society.

Ian Wheeler, the co-ordinator, offered the BBC Chairman honorary membership.

"With Mr Grade back at the BBC, I thought it would be nice to bury the hatchet.

Sadly, I heard back that he wasn't up for it."

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  • APA 6th ed.: Pierce, Andrew (2004-09-01). I thought it would be nice to bury the hatchet. The Times p. 6.
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