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DR. WHO is dead ... long live Dr. Who. Jon Pertwee today starts his 24th and last series as the eternal doctor (BBC-1 5.45). This time the manages to avoid the dreaded Daleks but comes up against monster spiders.

At the end of the six-part series he's comes to what would, for humans, be a nasty end. But not to worry. The doctor is a Time Lord and can be resuscitated. And when the next Dr. Who series begins early next year he reappears in the shape of Tom Baker.


Caption: Pertwee - a nasty end?

Caption: Baker - a new Dr. Who

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1974-05-04). Dr. Who is dead ... long live Dr. Who. The Mirror p. 17.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "Dr. Who is dead ... long live Dr. Who." The Mirror [add city] 1974-05-04, 17. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "Dr. Who is dead ... long live Dr. Who." The Mirror, edition, sec., 1974-05-04
  • Turabian: "Dr. Who is dead ... long live Dr. Who." The Mirror, 1974-05-04, section, 17 edition.
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