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September 06, 2011

British Council Japan: A Brief History of Time Lords

Teaching-English-in-Japan-Education-Eigo-Noto" The British Council's Japan-friendly series of articles on British culture (which supports the BritQuiz app for the iPhone) continues with a look at Britain's most successful science fiction series.

"ドクター・フーのファンであれば、彼はただの「ドクター」。でも、ドクター・フーとはいったい誰?これを読んで、答えを見つけましょう。
It’s the most successful science fiction series of all time - and time is very definitely the operative word. Doctor Who, the story of an eccentric time and space traveler ‘The Doctor’ who defends Good against Evil, has been delighting, and traumatising, generations of children for almost 50 years now. There have been more than 30 series and an amazing 777 episodes. And with ratings as high as ever and a new international audience the Doctor’s iconic time machine looks set to remain spinning through the cosmos for the foreseeable future."

Read the full article here.

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