In recent years the U.K. has experienced a true revival of the nation's high-profile sci-fi export, Doctor Who, the
human time travelin' alien who is almost always upstaged by what could be legitimately tagged as the first Borg — Daleks. Now the mutant-robot-halfbreeds are getting a bit of the star treatment in London.
The creators of the fictional robots, the BBC, recently re-enacted a scene from the '60s version of the show smack dab in the middle of London. The public display of robot power was designed to promote "The Doctor Who Experience" exhibition, which is open to the public and running until September at London's Olympia hall. Equipped with a myriad of interactive displays from the show, if you've ever wanted to touch a real Tardis, or face off with a Dalek, now is the time, and you can find out more here.
CORRECTION: We apologize to all the Time Lords and mutants and cyborgs and robots out there who may have been offended by inaccuracies of this post originally. We will note that we have not changed from calling the Daleks cyborgs, as they seem pretty darn cyborgery to us. Disagree? Let us know in the comments below.