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DOCTOR WHO has suffered the worst viewing figures since Colin Baker was Time Lord in 1986 - but star Jodie Whittaker insists she is not ready to quit yet.

Sunday's episode, Nikola Tesla's Night Of Terror, was watched by 4.04million people - the eighth worst showing in the show's 57-year run - as fans branded the new series badly written.

But Whittaker (pictured) vowed to carry on, saying: 'I absolutely adore it.'

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