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By Jill Lawless STRATFORD-UPON-AVON, England - It's "Hamlet," but not as we know it. The Royal Shakespeare Company usually draws genteel, theater- loving crowds to the serene town of Stratford, the playwright's birthplace.
DOCTOR Who's arch-rival Davros took centre stage at the Proms yesterday. The special concert featured music used throughout the BBC Wales- filmed show, as well as classical favourites from composers including Holst and Wagner. The Prom was based on the theme of space and time.
DOCTOR Who star David Tennant was left wishing he could really travel back in time after an embarrassing tape of an early audition turned up.
Doctor Who may think he's beaten the Daleks but he hasn't got them all licked, as design and textile students from New College in Ponfefract demonstrate with a creation that even the Timelord's arch enemy Davros would be proud of.
Nearly 10m people crept out from behind the sofa to find out whether David Tennant would survive the series finale of Doctor Who.
NEARLY 10million people tuned in to find out whether David Tennant would survive the series finale of Doctor Who. At its peak, 9.8million people - 47 per cent of Saturday's total TV audience - tuned in to see the Time Lord defeat the Daleks, according to BBC figures.
MILLIONS of TV viewers were last night asking - Doctor Who? The identity of the Timelord for the next outing of the popular BBC sci-fi show was up in the air at the series finale.
Actor David Tennant appears to be retaining the title role in Doctor Who, the storyline of the British TV series' season finale portends.
The last week has probably just been a nervous blur of excitement for fans of Wales' own ultimate sci-fi show, and the build-up towards tonight's showdown with the Daleks has been truly world- class. The Doctor is helpless, and even the Tardis faces destruction.
LIFE On Mars's Gene Hunt was yesterday named the nation's favourite TV hero. The non-PC policeman in the 1970s-style BBC series topped a poll to find our favourites.
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