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The Doctor is nowhere to be seen, but that doesn’t stop children clamouring to get closer to his mortal enemy, the Daleks. What’s more, they’ve flocked to this London street in the hope of taking one home, as the BBC are giving away surplus props as Christmas presents.

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The Roman occupation of Britain changed the course of our history – building cities, roads and great walls, pacifying tribes and creating a unified economy. But how and why did they come to invade, and why did their mission ultimately fail? PLUS The Black Death: The terror of medieval Europe Stalin: the brutal regime of Britain’s WWII ally Prohibition: when America was dying for a drink Coco Chanel: the ultimate rags to riches story The 10 wealthiest people ever The King and Mrs Simpson: Edward VIII’s abdication The Wright Brothers Boston Tea Party The Cold War Death on the Lusitania And much, much more!

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