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 New Generation Dr Who.
Dr Who Christopher Eccleston has inherited the time-travelling Tardis, making a come back tonight with style on BBC1, Unlike any of his predecessors Patrick Troughton, John Pertwee and Tom Baker, We have a 21st Century Doc with short hair and a cool leather jacket and a northern accent. Very Happy

Long story short: We enjoyed the show and we welcome fan feedback..

The new series has retained the best of the old including the 1950s police box with its siren noise, updated theme music and the doctor's all-purpose Sonic Screwdriver, No more low budget wobbly sets or retro special effects.

The new Doctor is mercurial, funny and ever so slightly camp, though he enjoys a closer relationship with his new female "assistant" than previous doctors. Rose, played by the singer Billie Piper, finds his Asperger-ish lack of social skills and human understanding infuriating and endearing in equal measure.

12 More episodes will be broadcast on Saturday's early evening 7pm slot on BBC One, but some viewers may be put off by the new direction and use of cinematic tricks like stop start photography and the fact the baddies are more likely to be computer generated and not out-of-work actors in cardboard suits.

The producers wanted a clean break from previous Doctor Whos to avoid being an ironic pastiche of a much-loved series that got caught in its own time warp and was taken off the screens 16 years ago.
Posted by Z Tuesday, March 31, 2009 (22:33:22)
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