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Philip Hinchcliffe
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Philip Hinchcliffe: “RTD is a Genius.”

The Talons of Weng-Chiang. The Deadly Assassin. Pyramids of Mars. Producer Philip Hinchcliffe oversaw one of the most successful periods in Doctor Who‘s long history: the mid-1970s. It was during this time, with Tom Baker taking over as the Fourth Doctor, that the show reached peaks in both popularity and creativity. Den of Geek recounts a…

Patrick Troughton's first story, the mostly lost Power of the Daleks
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Planning for 2013?

Do you find that your days are just too full to get everything done? Do you have to turn down meetings with old friends because you’re treble-booked between work, visiting the dentist and watching episode four of Pyramids of Mars? Did you forget to take the dog for a walk because you didn’t write it…

Machu Picchu
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Peruvian Who?

The Doctor has travelled far and wide in his incredibly long life. From the Medusa Cascade to alternative dimensions during his televised adventures, we’ve seen him arrive in exotic locations on the planet Earth as well such as Spain and New York; all of which has given actor Matt Smith a bit of a travel bug…

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