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Dr. Who is that the fighting for his screen life. Zap goes the violence and in comes the rapier wit. Colin Baker said: "From now on I shall uses wit instead of Dirty Harry tactics to solve my confrontations."

The Doctor was pulled off our screens for a year because the show was "too tired and too violent : Now writers are giving the points a tonic for the new series, tellingly called Dr Who On Trial. During it the Doctor's companion, Peri - played by Nicola Bryant - will vanish forever, to be the replaced by Bonnie Langford.

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  • APA 6th ed.: Bell, Jack (1986-09-06). Tonic for Dr Who ... The Mirror .
  • MLA 7th ed.: Bell, Jack. "Tonic for Dr Who ..." The Mirror [add city] 1986-09-06. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: Bell, Jack. "Tonic for Dr Who ..." The Mirror, edition, sec., 1986-09-06
  • Turabian: Bell, Jack. "Tonic for Dr Who ..." The Mirror, 1986-09-06, section, edition.
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