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LOOK WHO'S ON A FLYING VISIT

HOW does a new Time Lord land the Tardis on a tower? Caerphilly.

Doctor Who's distinctive blue police box has travelled through time and space but bringing it to rest on the Welsh town's castle took precision flying.

New Doc Matt Smith, 27, was thought to be at the helm. A Welsh fan said: "The Tardis was lighting up the night. It would be a perfect way for Matt to make an entrance."

Matt takes over the iconic role in the new year after David Tennant bows out with a story starting on Christmas day


Captions:

LIGHT FANTASTIC Tardis on Caerphilly castle

NEW WHO Matt Smith

DOC-ING POINT The glowing Tardis

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  • APA 6th ed.: Jefferies, Mark (2009-11-10). Time Lord of the castle. The Mirror p. 26.
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  • Chicago 15th ed.: Jefferies, Mark. "Time Lord of the castle." The Mirror, edition, sec., 2009-11-10
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