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Just in case you couldn't make it to the BFI's Unearthly Child event, here are the highlights

Posted on January 23, 2013 | Post a comment | Bookmark and Share

As part of the BFI's year-long celebration of Doctor Who for its 50th anniversary, each month it's going to be showing a story for a different Doctor, and inviting members of the cast and crew to come and reminisce about their time on the show. This month, for the screening of the very first story, An Unearthly Child, director Waris Hussein, script editor Donald Tosh, and actors William Russell, Carole Ann Ford and Jeremy Young (and Mark Gatiss, for no really good reason) all showed up. And you can watch the highlights below, you lucky people!

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