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DR WHO is Britain's most-missed TV programme, according to a new survey.

The classic children's science-fiction drama, first broadcast by the BBC 40 years ago, was voted the show that most people would like to see return in a poll carried out among customers by high street store Dixons.

Dallas was second with Blake's Seven in third place. Next in order of popularity were The Goodies, Reginald Perrin, Just Good Friends, Starsky And Hutch, 3-2-1, Tiswas and Not the Nine O'clock News.


Caption: NOSTALGIA: Dr Who as played by Tom Baker

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