Hanky-panky in the Tardis! How a writer’s divisive Doctor Who movie spent 25 years being hated by fans
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The 1996 TV movie is possibly the Time Lord’s most controversial on-screen outing. A heart-warming new documentary follows its writer, as he visits conventions full of the die-hards who’ve criticised him for decades

“I’ve written lots of things that I’ve happily forgotten about, or that have been remembered fondly,” says Matthew Jacobs. “But the Doctor Who TV movie is very much like a tattoo that just won’t go away.”

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