Crowds flock to see Doctor Who in action
Elizabethan London was recreated in Warwick this week as the stars of Dr Who were in town filming.
The Lord Leycester Hospital was used to recreate images of William Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in the capital.
And the Time Lord is due to meet the county's most famous playwright in this, the programme's third series.
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Crowds flocked to see stars David Tennant and Freema Agyeman, who has taken over from Billie Piper as the doctor's assistant, in the role of medical student Martha Jones.
High Street was closed, at short notice, to try and limit background noise from the road and the original script was also re-written to be performed at night, in order to cause minimum disruption from fans.
It was a decision that proved popular with the master of the hospital Lt-Col Gerald Lesinski.
He said: "I was pleased the BBC decided to do that. I thought it was very good of them and showed some sensitivity to the residents of Warwick. It was important to limit the amount.
"They needed to film in a location which showed the Globe Theatre and when the company's location manager came to see us, he fell in love with the place."
High Street was due to be closed from 6pm to 6am on Tuesday and Thursday, which caused concern among some residents, but the BBC did not enforce all the conditions of its road closure and re-opened it on Wednesday.
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