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The How and Why of Dr Who

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EX-TER-MIN-ATE, said a gravelly monotone voice. It was the, first TV appearance ever of a Daleks, and with it the BBC children's department struck gold. What had been intended as a short-lived series promptly set off in a fresh direction.

Today, 400 weeks later, Dr Who is still going strong—in his fourth reincarnation and after exhausting no fewer than nine girl assistants in the process. For every six children who watch him, there are now tour adults.

Over the next week, the Standard is analysing London's top-rating programmes, starting with Martin Wainwright on the how and why of Dr Who on page 13 today.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1977-01-31). The How and Why of Dr Who. London Evening Standard p. 1.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "The How and Why of Dr Who." London Evening Standard [add city] 1977-01-31, 1. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "The How and Why of Dr Who." London Evening Standard, edition, sec., 1977-01-31
  • Turabian: "The How and Why of Dr Who." London Evening Standard, 1977-01-31, section, 1 edition.
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