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The Doctor Recycles!

Of all the websites that you would expect to read an article on Doctor Who, it must be said that the Mother Nature Network page is not one of them!

However, the cast and crew have come to the sites attention as they try their best to do their bit for planet Earth. It’s not enough that they’re saving it from aliens week in and week out – now they recycle as well!.

Whilst filming on set, mugs are used instead of plastic cups and when scripts are sent out to the actors, this is done electronically rather than on printed paper, in order to save all those trees.

Matt Smith and Karen Gillan also go on record as being big contributors to recycling and good on them!

But whilst you’re reading through this thinking to yourselves “That’s fine but it’s not really Doctor Who news as such”, hold hard, as the Master would say to some luddites, cause there is a brief moment in the article where Smith mentions this year’s series of Doctor Who, remarking:

“There’s the great revelation, probably the biggest of the series… [Let’s Kill Hitler]…may be my favourite [sic] episode to date. It just rockets along, and the payoff to all these revelations is exactly what you would want it to be. It doesn’t disappoint.”



What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!

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