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The BBC has released a new video from the filming of An Adventure in Space and Time.

The Doctor Who biopic - commissioned to celebrate 50 years of the BBC sci-fi drama - will explore the show's 1960s origins.

In a new video clip - running at just under 2 minutes - writer Mark Gatiss acts as a guide on an early morning shoot at London's Westminster Bridge, which recreates scenes from classic 1964 Who serial 'The Dalek Invasion of Earth'.

The original six-part adventure starred actor William Hartnell, who will be played by Harry Potter's David Bradley in the biopic.

Second Doctor actor Patrick Troughton will also feature as a character in the docu-drama, played by Gatiss's League of Gentlemen co-star Reece Shearsmith.

Also cast in the film - directed by Breaking Bad's Terry McDonough - are Brian Cox (BBC head of drama Sydney Newman), Jessica Raine (Doctor Who's first »

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