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Television's science fiction man for the young

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Dr. Who—television's science fiction man for the young—stars in two new (in book form) adventures. "Dr. Who and the Three Doctors" and "Dr. Who and the Loch Ness Monster," both by Terence Dicks (Allan Wingate, £2,25). Of the two, I liked the one about Nessie because it seemed marginally more probable (if that's a good thing or even possible). But really you pays your money and you takes your chances. Either would fill the "Winter evening by the fire book" category very well. (For 7-11-year-olds).


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  • APA 6th ed.: R.D., R.D (1976-01-24). Television's science fiction man for the young. The Irish Times p. 8.
  • MLA 7th ed.: R.D., R.D. "Television's science fiction man for the young." The Irish Times [add city] 1976-01-24, 8. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: R.D., R.D. "Television's science fiction man for the young." The Irish Times, edition, sec., 1976-01-24
  • Turabian: R.D., R.D. "Television's science fiction man for the young." The Irish Times, 1976-01-24, section, 8 edition.
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