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# 175437 29-Jun-2015 19:15
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BBC Worldwide ANZ today announced that Twelfth Doctor Peter Capaldi, will head to Auckland, New Zealand on the 24th November for an intimate evening with fans.

This visit will follow on from the Doctor Who Festival in Sydney to be held in November and last year’s successful Doctor Who: The World Tour where Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman visited seven cities, in 12 days including Sydney, Seoul, New York and Rio de Janeiro.

Commenting on the forthcoming trip Peter Capaldi said: “New Zealand was one of the first countries to ever show Doctor Who, so this feels like a very special trip. To reach a place that has kept the flame alive for so very long, kind of feels like Doctor Who is coming home."

Further details of the event and venue will be available shortly. To be the first to hear about tickets sign up to the newsletter here.

Doctor Who Series 9 will premiere on Prime later this year.

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  # 1333736 29-Jun-2015 21:50
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An intimate evening? The mind boggles.

The problem is, Capaldi will always be Malcolm Tucker to me...!

"I'd love to stop and chat to you but I'd rather have Type 2 diabetes!" is about the only quote I can think of that does not break the FUG in multiple ways!

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  # 1340929 11-Jul-2015 00:02
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Jeremy Clarkson for 13th Doctor.......
"It's the fastest tardis in the woourldd"

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Actually, Jeremy might not make a bad doctor......

"you did WHAT, that's a CYBERMAN you blethering CRETIN!"

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