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How would time travel affect a female Doctor Who's menstrual cycle?

That is one of the big questions asked in a new BBC comedy sketch considering the possibility of a woman occupying the Tardis once Peter Capaldi steps down.

Playwright Rachel De-Lahay and comedian Gabriel Bisset-Smith made the heavily ironic sketch, which has been released online today:

What if there was a female Dr Who?

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