Terry Pratchett attacks 'ludicrous' Doctor Who
Discworld author says show 'breaks most of the laws of narrative', and is 'pixel thin' as plausible science fiction
His own creation of Discworld comprises a flat world balanced on the back of four elephants, perched on the back of the giant turtle Great A'Tuin, but despite his own inventiveness, Terry Pratchett has accused Doctor Who of having "ludicrous" storylines.
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