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Wednesday, 7 August 2013 - Reported by Chuck Foster
ABC - Celebrating 50 Years of Doctor Who (Credit: ABC)

BBC Worldwide ANZ have announced a partnership with television network ABC to open a special Commemorative Exhibition at the ABC Ultimo Centre in Sydney, Australia. The free exhibition opens on Thursday 15th August until Friday 31st January 2014 (see below for opening times), and will have a variety of props on display from the series, including the Tenth Doctor’s costume and Astrid's costume from Voyage of the Damned (as played by national superstar Kylie Minogue), plus the Fourth Doctor's scarf, an original Dalek, an iconic TARDIS, Ood head, and Cybermat amongst the many other exhibits.

Jon Penn, Managing Director, BBC Worldwide ANZ, said:
The ABC has been the home of Doctor Who in Australia for all of its record-breaking 50 year history. I am delighted to be partnering again as we offer fans a chance to celebrate this important anniversary and to experience some of the wonderful history of this iconic and classic - BBC series.
Mark Scott, ABC's Managing Director, said:
I believe that in the long history of the ABC, there has only ever been one program for which we believed the Australian rights must cover all time and space dimensions—and that is the magnificent Doctor Who. We are delighted to be able to celebrate both its past and its endlessly fascinating future.

A wide variety of merchandise including exclusive souvenirs and collectables will be available from the ABC Shops and online.

Exhibition: Doctor Who Celebrating 50 Years of Adventures in Space and Time
Where: ABC Atrium, 700 Harris St, Ultimo 2007
Duration: Thursday 15th August – Friday 31st January 2014
Admission: Free to the public. Open to all ages.

Open Days/Times:
Weekdays: Monday to Friday 9am -5pm
Weekends: 10am – 5pm
(1) Saturday/Sunday – August 17 & 18
(2) Saturday/Sunday – August 31 & September 1
(3) Saturday/Sunday – October 5 & 6
(4) Saturday/Sunday – November 2 & 3
(5) Saturday/Sunday – November 23 & 24 – 50th Anniversary weekend
(6) Saturday/Sunday/Monday – January 25, 26 & 27

(NB: Exhibition unavailable from Monday 2nd September – Sunday 8th September due to election coverage)

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