Doctor Who

Doctor Who (1963)

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Battlefield - S26-E1

Corrected entry: A round of drinks costs £5, which the Doctor pays for with a £5 coin. The £5 coin became legal tender in 1990 but is only minted occasionally in commemorative issues...they are not actually used as currency. (They could be, but as commemorative issues, they are worth more than their face value). After the £1 note was replaced by a coin in 1983, the £5 note was expected to be replaced at any time. Instead, the Bank of England introduced a £2

Correction: This may be well and true, however this all happened after the show was cancelled (in 1989). You can't really call this a mistake just because the writers failed to predict the future.

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