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Series 12 Edit
I'm not who you asked but I figured I would explain since it's simple enough. Source "37" describes that that particular director will direct a certain block and then source "32" has an image on it that states that director will direct the episodes in question. --Borisashton ☎ 23:21, October 28, 2019 (UTC)
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- Please read Tardis:Spoiler policy - and don't just assume you know what the policy is. Most new users are completely surprised by how we define spoilers.
- Now that you know what we consider spoilers, you will refrain from posting spoilers in edit summaries, article talk pages, user talk pages, or anywhere else not allowed.