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BBC Worldwide has announced a 'Doctor Who' 50th anniversary celebration this November. The sci-fi show will celebrate half a century since the Time Lord - currently played by Matt Smith - first appeared on our TV screens on November 23, 1963 and to mark the occasion there will be a special three-day event at the ExCeL Centre in London from Friday November 22 to Sunday November 24. Although details are scarce, the event will celebrate show's incredible history and the different actors to have stepped inside the Tardis. Amanda Hill, Chief Brands Officer at BBC Worldwide, said: 'We cannot wait to welcome 'Doctor Who' fans from around the world to London in November. It's going to be a spectacular »

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