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Noel's House Party


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Prepare to hide behind the sofa! The second part of the special Doctor Who adventure, Dimensions in Time, bursts from the screen in glorious 3-D In tonight's House Party.
The first part of the story was shown last night as part of Children in Need, and ended with the traditional cliffhanger. The evil Rani (Kate O'Mara ) has five of the Doctors (Jon Pertwee, Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy) caught in a time loop in the East End of London, where he meets some suspiciously familiar characters. Will the power of Rani triumph? Or will the Doctor escape to fight another day? It's up to the viewers to decide, in a special phone vote.
The results of the vote will be seen on tonight's show, so have your 3-D glasses at the ready. Also appearing in Crinkley Bottom are actors Michael Crawford and Clive Dunn. Athlete Kriss Akabusi gets a Gotcha, and Arsenal footballer Ian Wright Grabs-a -Grand. Producer Jonathan Beazley
Executive producer Michael Leggo
To choose your favourite Doctor Who ending, phone one of these numbers: [number removed] for Mandy [number removed] for Big Ron
Calls are charged at 36p per minute
(A special documentary, Doctor Who: 30 Years in the Tardis, will be shown on Monday at 8.00pm on BBC1)


Unknown: Kate O'Mara
Unknown: Jon Pertwee
Unknown: Tom Baker
Unknown: Peter Davison
Unknown: Colin Baker
Unknown: Sylvester McCoy
Unknown: Clive Dunn.
Unknown: Kriss Akabusi
Unknown: Ian Wright Grabs-A
Producer: Jonathan Beazley
Producer: Michael Leggo

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