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|An Unearthly Child was first broadcast on 23 November 1963.||An Unearthly Child first broadcast.|
|David Tennant's future father-in-law, Peter Davison, co-starred alongside Tennant in TV: Time Crash.||David Tennant's future father-in-law, Peter Davison.|
|The 34th issue of Doctor Who Adventures was current in the fortnight beginning 19 July 2007.|
["34th issue of Doctor Who Adventures" is bolded in this case as it's the lead to DWA 34.]
|The 34th issue of the BBC's fortnightly Doctor Who Adventures.|
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