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Entertainment Bradley Walsh describes the first two Doctors as "pinnacle" of Doctor Who

06:30  20 december  2019
06:30  20 december  2019 Source:   digitalspy.com

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This series of Doctor Who got off to a stirring start with a charming premiere that had its flaws but will chiefly, and rightfully, be remembered for how Having already exceeded most viewers' expectations, Bradley Walsh delivers another knockout performance here as a grave Graham plans to defy the

Enter Alternative Software which attempted to graft Doctor Who characters and monsters into a true arcade-style game. Dalek Attack was, nonetheless, the pinnacle of Doctor Who videogames. The BBC had yet another go five years later, with 1997’s Destiny of the Doctors , a 3D adventure in the

Jon Pertwee, Patrick Troughton are posing for a picture: Bradley Walsh has described the first two Doctors, William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton, as the © BBC Bradley Walsh has described the first two Doctors, William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton, as the "pinnacle" of Doctor Who.

Doctor Who star Bradley Walsh is reflecting on his 56 years watching the legendary science fiction programme he is now a part of.

Walsh is an admitted super-fan of the BBC One series, having spent his early years watching the First and Second Doctors travel in the TARDIS in the 1960s.

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Now that he's embarking on his second series as Graham O'Brien with the Thirteenth Doctor (Jodie Whittaker), Bradley recently chatted with Digital Spy and other media about the similarities and changes he has noticed.

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Our tour of key Doctor Who stories begins with the series first sequel - The Dalek Invasion of Earth. It also features the first extensive use of location filming in Doctor Who ’s history. Although it’s been repeated since, seeing Daleks in a deserted Trafalgar Square or in front of Big Ben is truly shocking.

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"If you've watched the programme via the beginning with William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton, you were brought up with those," he explained. "That's the pinnacle for me of Doctor Who. That's it. I remember that – that was some scary times.

William Hartnell wearing a suit and tie: William Hartnell in Doctor Who © BBC William Hartnell in Doctor Who "And to be part of this, this whole new era, and last season and this season with Jodie at the helm… When you're working with someone like Jodie who I call the boss, because she is the boss of the acting department, and the way she leads from the front – it's a fantastic experience to be on the set with Jodie, Mandip [Gill] and Tosin [Cole], of course, who isn't here today.

"He's fallen over and broken his hair. Because he loves grooming, does Tosin!"

Jodie Whittaker et al. standing in front of a tree posing for the camera: Doctor Who, Series 12, Jodie Whitaker © BBC Doctor Who, Series 12, Jodie Whitaker

Those quips aside, fans should definitely keep Bradley Walsh's long history with Doctor Who in mind when he teases that some "absolutely terrifying" monsters will be arriving in the upcoming series.

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It’s back to school this week, and back to the old-school in a monster-filled Doctor Who. Spoilers lurk below Daphne the Squirrel… Editor's note: The opinions in this article are the author's, as published by our content partner, and do not represent the views of MSN or Microsoft.

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