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'Doctor Who' fans to send Tardis into space

A pair of Doctor Who fans will send a replica Tardis into space to celebrate the show's 50th anniversary.

Robert Doyle and his daughter Alex have raised $33,000 (£21,000) in an online campaign to fund the project, the Daily Express reports.

They intend to send the replica into space with a camera on the outside, allowing pictures of the Tardis in flight to be sent back to Earth.

Doyle, from Florida, said: "I was always a Doctor Who fan in school - I wore a Doctor Who scarf. Tom Baker was my favourite - he was always The Doctor to me.

"The bug caught on in an infectious way so we wanted to do something to celebrate the show we both enjoy so much.

"We mentioned putting a Tardis into space and our first thought was that it was a ridiculous idea. But at the same time it was definitely appealing so
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Harry Kewell denies cancelling interview over Yumi Stynes controversy

Harry Kewell denies cancelling interview over Yumi Stynes controversy
Harry Kewell has denied pulling out of a TV interview with Yumi Stynes because of her recent controversy. The Australian footballer, who recently moved back to his home country to play for Melbourne Victory, said that he only cancelled his appearance on The Circle because he was told to by his club. Kewell added that he did not back out of the show because of the media controversy around Stynes since she mocked a war hero during an episode of the programme late last month. Yesterday, Melbourne's Lord Mayor Robert Doyle claimed that Kewell had decided not to go ahead with his scheduled interview about the city's Moomba parade with Stynes because of her controversial comments. However, Kewell told the Herald (more)
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Harry Kewell pulls out of 'The Circle' interview after war hero jibes

Harry Kewell pulls out of 'The Circle' interview after war hero jibes
Harry Kewell has pulled out of an interview with The Circle following the controversy surrounding the show's host Yumi Stynes. Stynes caused outrage last week when she and George Negus mocked Victoria Cross medal recipient Ben Roberts-Smith. Despite a public apology, she has received "severe" social media threats and the show has been dumped by various sponsors. Melbourne Lord Mayor Robert Doyle, who recently crowned footballer Kewell 'Moomba King of Melbourne', told the Herald Sun that Kewell failed to appear at his scheduled interview to promote the Moomba parade on The Circle because of Stynes's comments. Doyle claimed: "He pulled (more)
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