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Some people in the comment section point out that the Doctor can be anyone and the also rightfully point out that this list is as ethnically and sexual diverse as a Slayer concert (sorry female Slayer fans). And there right, completely right.
However, this being a realistic list of doctor candidates, it is safe to say it would be a enormous gamble for the BBC to make the Doctor woman. A gamble they normally would not take with a succesfull show like this. It is a shame, but that's how this society works unfortunately. Changing the Doctors race is somewhat more likely. However the black British who have the capacity to play the Doctor are either to famous (Harewood, Elba, Oyelowo and especially Ejiofor) or literally to big (imagine Anozie standing next to Clara).
UPDATE: Everybody recovered from their hearth attacks after the Red Wedding? Ok, I obviously have to rewrite some pieces after last nights horrifyng 'Rains of Castamere', so expect some outdated pieces.
All and all, the War of the Roses has proven to be a major inspiration for Martin
Hollywood movies set in Africa from before the 90's are predominantly adventure and action films, while in the last few decennia, the focus has shifted to humanitarian drama's and the tragic history of Africa. Recurring subjects are the Rwandan Genocide and Apartheid