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Published April 23rd 2013
It's hard to believe that the Doctor Who series with the somewhat eccentric and somewhat what charming Time Lord has been around for a timey wimey 50 years. Originally created by Sydney Newman, C. E. Webber and Donald Wilson, the classic series first appeared on Television on November 23rd 1963 on the BBC, starring William Henry Hartnell as the first Doctor.
In celebration of this milestone there is going to me a special 50th anniversary episode of Doctor Who roughly on the same date that it aired in 1963. Although not a lot is known about what is happening in the anniversary episode it is known to the public that the tenth doctor portrayed by David Tennant will be making an appearance alongside Matt Smith, the current eleventh doctor. To have Tennant and Smith portraying different regenerations of the Doctor in the same episode will be a unique and memorable experience for fans everywhere. So get a hold of your 3D anaglyph glasses, fish fingers and custard (only if you want to) and preferred sonic screwdriver and brace yourself for an adventure through time and space like no other.