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Time to return?

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Doctor Who is the show you'd most like to see revived, 40 years after it first ran. And it wasn't just fans who watched it first time around who gave it the nod — it was equally popular with voters under 20.

1 Doctor Who 2 Blackadder 3 Fawlty Towers 4 The Good Life 5 MASH


5.30 DOCTOR Who

New series The Ten Doctors (part 1)

While the Tardis is undergoing its centennial MOT, the Doctor and Squeela take a break on the third moon of Carg. Their holiday is interrupted by an emergency call from Gallifrey, however. It transpires that a race of cosmic giants is about to get the Galactic Cup under way, using the planet Earth as a football.

The Doctor Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen

Squeela Victoria Beckham

The Master Ricky Gervais

Glort John Scott Martin

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