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Article of the minute1968, the sonic screwdriver has appeared in a number of adventures, and has been used by most incarnations of the Doctor. Apparently a product of Gallifreyan technology, several versions have been made, both by the Doctor and his associates. The Doctor has had at least seven different versions of a sonic screwdriver, with many of the versions exhibiting similar functions, such as disabling bombs, removing screws, destroying controls and dematerialising his TARDIS. Read more... ✍
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Do you know your assistant directors? Sure, you might be able to rattle off directors — but how's your knowledge of the people who are really on the front lines of Doctor Who production. Read more about the working class stiffs who go by the enigmatic titles of 1st AD, 2nd AD and 3rd AD.
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