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Who's that Dalek?

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DR Who fan Garry Sarney, aged three, travelled from Australia to team up with 600 devotees of the science fiction series who fear it could be "exterminated".

He met a Dalek at Coventry's Hotel Leofric during the 10th Panopticon of the Dr Who Appreciation Society, attended by ex-Doctors Jon Pertwee and Sylvester McCoy.

Organiser Andrew Beech said protests forced the BBC to scrap plans to drop Dr Who a few years ago - and he warned fans would keep the 27-year-old show alive, although BBC talks with independent producers "seem to have finished in a stalemate."

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1990-10-22). Who's that Dalek?. Sandwell Evening Mail p. 4.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "Who's that Dalek?." Sandwell Evening Mail [add city] 1990-10-22, 4. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "Who's that Dalek?." Sandwell Evening Mail, edition, sec., 1990-10-22
  • Turabian: "Who's that Dalek?." Sandwell Evening Mail, 1990-10-22, section, 4 edition.
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