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Me, You and Doctor Who: The Birth of the Daleks

by Kenny Hoeschen

Me, You and Doctor Who is a BBC special exploring the wit, authority and affection; why Doctor Who has become entrenched in British life. Host and lifelong Doctor Who fan, Matthew Sweet, traces the 50 years of extraordinary social change and uncertainty that sent generations of children scuttling behind the sofa. How did a pepper pot, the Nazis and a sink plunger result in the scariest adversaries of our time – the Daleks? Sweet argues how in turn the show became a cultural force in its own right, influencing music, design and storytelling.

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