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Two cheers for the change of format

Well, at first I thought the production crew from 'Hustle' or 'This Life' had wandered into the wrong studio!

Apart from the slapstick intro this episode is hell bent on switching the perspective right around. The eponymous Dr is barely in it, and we dive deep into group therapy wearing the clothes of an investigative team. The characters were well drawn and endearing, obliquely referencing the timelord. Loved Marc Warren as Elton. Giggled at Bliss & her aimless take on New Age 'wisdom'. BUT, for all its revisionism of the DW format it comes up with exactly the same flaws that have beset the whole of this series. Namely :

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