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DOCTOR Who was nearly exterminated after its first series in 1963.

BBC bosses thought it was a flop. But serial dramas head Donald Wilson believed it was a "knockout" that would "run and run".

Memos show he was angry Radio Times refused to do a front cover on it.


Caption: TIME LORD: Matt Smith

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