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You've often said that one of the main reasons you left Doctor Who when you did was because of all the changes that were brought in by the new producer in your last year. Do you think that if Graham Williams had remained as producer for another year or two and there had been no new changes brought in you would have stayed a bit longer?
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Oh, no. I had done what I could and it was time for changes and changes are the domain of producers and directors. I did not agree with either Graham or John, and Graham and John found me almost impossible to deal with.
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