Whilst the fan in me is jubilant at their near miraculous return, this article looks at the wider implications – how did they come to be destroyed? As they return in an era in which TV content is far more valued, how is the BBC best placed to make the most of them from a commercial perspective? You can read it here. Also recommended are these lovely Radio Times movie posters for the stories.
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