Doctor Who Awarded Second Guinness World Record

By Mark
Doctor Who was recently awarded a second Guinness World Record for its consistent high ratings, popularity in downloads and outstanding sales of DVDs, books and other related merchandise. The award was presented to Russell T Davies at the San Diego Comic Con last weekend and the world record shows recognition of Doctor Who as the most successful science fiction series to date. Doctor Who received its first Guinness World Record back in 2006 when the show was recognised as the longest running science fiction show ever made with its first transmission taking place on the twenty third of November in 1963. Fans of the show also managed to gain a world record for the most Daleks gathered in one place a few years ago and the gathering place for the Daleks was the popular Doctor Who Exhibition in Manchester. You can view more information about this newly awarded Guinness World Record for Doctor Who here and view more details about the Guinness World Records in general here. What do you think of this recent award news?

2 comments so far.

  1. Mark 1 August 2009 at 20:19
    Congratulations to everyone who has worked on Doctor Who since it started, this is a fantastic achievement. What do you all think of this news?

    Please note that the icon in this post was made by me and it may be used elsewhere if credit is given where due, thanks in advance.
  2. Rhys 1 August 2009 at 20:22
    Well done Doctor Who. Plus cool icon Mark. :D.

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