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Old 17-07-2017, 09:44 AM   #23
iamawaveofthesea
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Dr Who’s original producer was a woman Verity Lambert and the series director an Indian guy Waris Hussein.

The casting of a new Doctor has often inspired debate and speculation: in particular, the desirability or possibility of a new Doctor being played by a woman. In October 2010, The Sunday Telegraph revealed that the series' co-creator, Sydney Newman, had urged the BBC to recast the role of the Doctor as a female "Time Lady" during the ratings crisis of the late 1980s.
oh yes i'm sure the 'diversity' obsessed rothschild vehicle known as the 'bbc' has turned the doctor who series to its agenda but the original series was as far as i'm aware created by 3 men

the irony of 'diversity' is that it is not diverse. It really seeks to make everything the same. Diversity would be having different characters for different people of different genders and ethnicities etc
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