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Telly's powerful, telly can be great - it can be the best medium of all. I think in England we should look to it because we're really good at it.
He replaced Sylvester McCoy
when he became the official Eighth Doctor in Doctor Who
(1996). The film was a failed attempt to relaunch Doctor Who
(1963) as an ongoing series. Although it was a ratings hit in the UK, it flopped in the United States. Nevertheless, his performance was well-received and he went on to reprise the role in audio adventures.