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'Doctor Who' fans can make their own Daleks at museum exhibition

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The National Media Museum will be invaded by Doctor Who fans this half term.

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the BBC sci-fi show, the museum is launching Doctor Who Family Fun.

Daleks in the Doctor Who 50th anniversary special

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Daleks in 'Doctor Who'



The exhibition will be holding activities for fans of all ages. Visitors will be able to make a light-up TARDIS, a moving Dalek, or create their own Doctor Who monster to take home.

There will also be a behind-the-scenes film showing how a Doctor Who episode is made.

The 2013 episode 'Nightmare in Silver', which features Matt Smith facing the Cybermen, will also be shown.

The whole family will be able to take part in a Doctor Who quiz while young children can make their own monsters.

Learning programme coordinator Elaine Richmond said: "We hope families will join us this half term to help keep the Museum from the clutches of the dreaded Daleks.

"We're very excited about this event and promise a lot of Doctor Who-themed fun and activities in anticipation of the 50th anniversary episode next month."

Doctor Who Family Fun takes place at the National Media Museum, Bradford from October 26 to November 3.

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