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Another person added: "Loved the show, but my American hubby kept asking me what she was saying and I had to explain about the spoons, it being Sheffield..."

Anyone who has been watching the long-running BBC series over the past few years should not find a female Time Lord surprising. I mean, genuinely. I love her.

Most importantly for the children in the audience, we were able to communicate both the excitement of scientific research, and the feasibility of becoming a professional scientist regardless of your background.

"Essentially, every new Doctor is like getting a stepdad".

Doctor Who continues on Sunday at 6.55pm on BBC One.

Her Thirteenth Doctor is now available for order from Mattel and other outlets, for delivery by December 3, in plenty of time for the holidays. "It doesn't need an encyclopaedic knowledge of Doctor Who to get into it", says Jodie Whittaker, who stars as the iconic title character.

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McGregor also said that "the war goes on" as he seemingly ramps up his campaign to book a rematch bout with Nurmagomedov. But I don't understand how people can talk about how I jump on the cage.


Well, you'd better get used to it, lads, because Ms Whittaker is here now and she's absolutely wonderful. It's a good sign, as Chibnall works best with these kind of emotionally complex ensemble dramas as opposed to fitting into the old mold of Doctor Who (just look at any of his previous episodes for the show).

The Verdict: If this first adventure is any indicator of the season to come, series 11 of Doctor Who is off to a brilliant start. "Originally, you're like, 'You're not my dad, I don't like you.' And after a while you go, 'You're pretty great, too.'" We can share time".

"So for me, once I knew I was auditioning and then playing the role, it was much more helpful to immerse myself in the actual literature that was everywhere, and obviously with the internet and things".

Many said Whittaker was "perfect" for the part.

Doctor Who will be available on ABC iView on Mondays at 5.45am AEDT, from October 8, immediately after the United Kingdom broadcast.


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