'I'd like to play the Doctor when I grow up as all the actors will be dead by then – I want to act like David Tennant'
Doctor Who is my favourite TV programme. I'm not scared of it. I've got loads of Doctor Who toys – I've got a Doctor Who bouncy ball, I've got the Tardis, and another Tardis that speaks. I'm the Doctor's number one fan.
I started dressing up as the Doctor a long time ago, when I was four. The 10th Doctor [David Tennant] is my best doctor. I like his coat, because it's like a cape, and I like his suit, because it's all nice and stripy, and his tie and shirt and his messy hair – it's just really good. And his shoes are good for running, so he's really fast. I'm a really good runner. He's really smart, and my friends say I look really smart, too. They don't dress like the Doctor because they haven't got a suit like me.
On Saturday mornings I go to drama at the Henley Children's Theatre Group. I'd like to play the Doctor when I grow up as all the actors will be dead by then. I want to act like David Tennant. At drama group, we dance and play games. I'm the best at dancing. I'm going to be a bean in the Jack And The Beanstalk panto.
After drama class, I go to the park with my mummy or shopping. My favourite shop is the Doctor Who Experience shop in Cardiff. Mummy took me in the summer as a reward for getting a good school report. And just being good.
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