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Things have come a long way since Patrick Troughton played Doctor Who

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Things have come a long way since Patrick Troughton played Doctor Who and Nicholas Lyndhurst was Delboy's younger brother in Only Fools and Horses but here they are, with Janet Dibley, teamed up in a new LWT comedy series called The Two Of Us.

The series, written by Alex Shearer, is about a couple in their mid twenties who love each other but have opposing outlooks on life. It will be shown on ITV later this year.

Seen above from left to right are: PATRICK TROUGHTON, JANET DIBLEY, NICHOLAS LYNDHURST and producer/director MARCUS PLANTIN.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1986-08-07). Things have come a long way since Patrick Troughton played Doctor Who. The Stage and Television Today p. 18.
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