Doctor Who: The Seventies

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Doctor Who Books, 1995 - Doctor Who (Fictitious character) - 175 pages
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By 1970, Doctor Who had been running for seven years and was established as one of Britain's favourite TV shows. But it was yet to reach the peak of its popularity. With episodes now shown in full colour and a new actor in the role, a new era was at hand. After Jon Pertwee came Tom Baker, the actor many people now associate with the part and who earned the show its highest ever viewing figure.

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About the author (1995)

David J Howe has been involved with Doctor Who research and writing for over 30 years. He has been consultant to a large number of publishers and manufacturers for their Doctor Who lines, and is author or co-author of twenty four factual titles associated with the show. He also has one of the largest collections of Doctor Who merchandise in the world.

Stephen James Walker is one of the directors and co-owners of Telos Publishing Ltd. He started watching Doctor Who from the very first season, and soon became hooked! Stephen joined the original Doctor Who Fan Club in 1973, and has been actively involved in celebrating and writing about the series ever since.

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