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Television's favourite Time Lord could not exist without his trusty sonic screwdriver, as it's proved priceless in defeating Daleks and keeping the Tardis in check.
Scottish actor David Tennant has announced he is leaving the beloved science fiction television drama "Doctor Who." Tennant, who has been playing "the doctor" since 2005, is to leave the British series after this year's Christmas episode and four 2009 specials, the BBC said.
DAVID Tennant could be working the controls of the Tardis until he is a pensioner, according to the show's writer. The actor had refused to talk about whether he would continue as Doctor Who in its fifth series.
By LORNE JACKSON ARGHH! The aliens have landed! The aliens have landed! Hopefully they'll only nab the really useless earthlings, and whisk them back to the milky-green moon of Zorg. Which means every doctor, nurse and firemen will have to vacate the planet.
Nearly 10m people crept out from behind the sofa to find out whether David Tennant would survive the series finale of Doctor Who.
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.
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