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Davies has no sentiment over 'Who' exit

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Davies has no sentiment over 'Who' exit

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Doctor Who boss Russell T. Davies has said that he won't be overcome with sentiment when he departs the BBC One show next year.

Davies told Metro: "It's business as usual. I'm also working on Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures. I'm writing until February so it won't hit me until then. I'm not sentimental about these things so I'll probably just move on to the next project as fast as I can."

The 45-year-old admitted that his proudest achievement with Doctor Who was "making it such a big success. It's not a little cult show anymore, that's what I'm most proud of."

He added: "When we brought Doctor Who back, the role was considered such a joke names such as Paul Daniels were mentioned. Now it's serious actors. That shows how much the perception of the show has changed."

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