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biography of Tennant, David (I)

David John McDonald
18 April 1971, Bathgate, West Lothian, Scotland, UK
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David Tennant was born David John McDonald in West Lothian, Scotland, to a father who was a Presbyterian minister. When he was about 3 or 4 years old, he decided to become an actor, inspired by his love of the BBC show "Doctor Who." He was brought up in Bathgate, West Lothian and Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland and was a huge fan of the band The Proclaimers. He attended Paisley Grammar school and while there he wrote about how he wanted to become a professional actor and play the role of the Doctor in "Doctor Who." He made his first television appearance (which was also his first professional acting job) when he was 16, after his father sent some photos of him to a casting director at Scottish television. He also attended a youth theatre group at weekends run by the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (RSAMD - now renamed the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland [RCS]). When he was 16 he auditioned for and won a place at the RSAMD; the youngest student to ever do so, and started as a full time drama student when he was 17. He worked regularly in theatre and TV after leaving drama school, and his first big break came in 1994 when he was cast in a lead role in the Scottish drama "Takin' Over the Asylum." He then moved to London where his career thrived. Amongst other things, he spent several years as a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company, and became famous from his lead roles in TV dramas "Blackpool" and "Casanova." In 2005, his childhood wish came true. David was cast to play the role of the Doctor in the BBC'S new series of "Doctor Who" alongside 'Billie Piper' (qv), after 'Christopher Eccleston' (qv) decided to leave. Playing the Doctor made him a household name. Since leaving Doctor Who in 2010 his career has continued to rise, with lead roles in films, TV series and theatre.
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-   'Georgia Moffett' (qv) (30 December 2011 - present); 2 children


-   Sideburns

-   Very thin

-   Raising his eyebrows a lot


-   David Tennant is a respected classical actor who has performed numerous starring roles for the Royal Shakespeare Company, including Touchstone in "As You Like It," Romeo in "Romeo and Juliet," Antipholus of Syracuse in "The Comedy of Errors," and Captain Jack Absolute in "The Rivals.".

-   He was nominated for a 2003 'Laurence Olivier' (qv) Theatre Award for Best Actor of 2002 for his performance in "Lobby Hero" performed at the Donmar Warehouse and the New Ambassador's Theatres.

-   Attended Paisley Grammar.

-   Graduated from the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.

-   Acted with the 7:84 Theatre Company, a genre-bending, ground-breaking, political Scottish Theatre Group.

-   Decided to be an actor at the age of three.

-   Cast as "Tenth Doctor" for BBC _"Doctor Who" (2005)_ (qv) series to star alongside 'Billie Piper' (qv) (April 2005).

-   While attending Paisley Grammar School, he wrote an essay on how his greatest desire was to play Doctor Who on TV.

-   Best friends with 'Louise Delamere' (qv) (_"No Angels" (2004)_ (qv)). They went to Glasgow's Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama together and shared a flat.

-   Chose his acting surname from 'Neil Tennant' (qv), singer with 'Pet Shop Boys' (qv). This came after reading an interview with Tennant in "Smash Hits" shortly after learning that he would have to change his professional name in order to join the actors' union, Equity, as there was already a registered member with his real name, David McDonald.

-   (2000) Nominated for Best Classical Actor Under 30, 'Ian Charleson' (qv) Award for his theater role in "Comedy of Errors" as Antipholus of Syracuse.

-   (2005) Won Best Male Performance, Critics Award for Theatre in Scotland, for his role in "Look Back in Anger" as Jimmy Porter.

-   Won Best Actor, Theatre Management Association, for his role in "The Glass Menagerie" as Tom.

-   Is a big fan of film director 'Alfred Hitchcock (I)' (qv).

-   Is the second Scots actor to be cast as "The Doctor" (and got a chance to use his actual accent, once, when the Doctor poses as a Scottish physician in episode _"Doctor Who" (2005) {Tooth and Claw (#2.2)}_ (qv)). The first was 'Sylvester McCoy' (qv), who was cast as the seventh Doctor in the original series. McCoy's time in the TARDIS was from 1987 to 1989.

-   On August 31, 2007, he turned on the illumination lights for Blackpool.

-   His heroes are 'John Cleese' (qv) and 'Derek Jacobi' (qv).

-   Says that his favorite Doctor from the original _"Doctor Who" (1963)_ (qv) was 'Tom Baker (I)' (qv).

-   Considers Paisley as his hometown.

-   Father is Alexander (Sandy), a retired minister; mother Helen died of cancer in July 2007.

-   Has a brother, Blair, and a sister, Karen.

-   Favorite actress is 'Audrey Hepburn (I)' (qv).

-   Favorite book is "The Catcher in the Rye" by 'J.D. Salinger' (qv).

-   Along with 'Matt Smith (XI)' (qv), 'Elisabeth Sladen' (qv), 'John Leeson (I)' (qv), 'Tommy Knight' (qv), 'Alexander Armstrong' (qv) and 'Lachele Carl' (qv), he is one of only seven actors to play the same character in both _"Doctor Who" (2005)_ (qv) and _"The Sarah Jane Adventures" (2007)_ (qv).

-   So many people wanted to see him in the 2009 RSC Production of Hamlet; the London run at the Novello Theater sold out in three hours.

-   Missed out for a nomination for the 2009 'Laurence Olivier' (qv) Award for his "Hamlet" because he did not perform enough shows in London after the show transfered from Stratford-Upon-Avon, due to a back injury and surgery during the London run.

-   Nominated 2009 Evening Standard Theater Award for Best Actor for his Hamlet for the Royal Shakespeare Company.

-   Won 2009 Critics Choice Award for Best Shakespearean Performance for his Hamlet for the Royal Shakespeare Company.

-   Nominated for the 2008 Royal Television Society Award-Best Actor for Recovery and Doctor Who.

-   Nominated for the 2009 Broadcasting Guild Awards-Best Actor for his portrayal of "Sir Arthur Eddington" in _Einstein and Eddington (2008) (TV)_ (qv) and "The Doctor" in _"Doctor Who" (2005)_ (qv).

-   Winner 2009 Theatregoers' Choice Award Best Regional Production was RSC Production of Hamlet with David Tennant and 2009 Theatregoers' Choice Award for Theatre Event of the Year was David Tennant's return to the stage in the RSC Production of Hamlet.

-   From taking the role of The Doctor in 2005 to when he gave the role up in 2010, he became the second longest actor to play the title role on television and the third longest overall.

-   Engaged to 'Georgia Moffett' (qv) whom he met on the set of _"Doctor Who" (2005)_ (qv) in December 2007. She is the daughter of former "Doctor Who" actor 'Peter Davison (I)' (qv). They have been together since May 2008. In January 2011, UK tabloids reported that they had moved in together and become engaged. Moffett gave birth to the couple's first child two months later. Neither Moffett nor Tennant have ever spoken about or confirmed their relationship to the media.

-   Tennant revealed on _"The Paul O'Grady Show" (2004)_ (qv) that he had auditioned for the role of "the Blue Meanie" in the remake of _Yellow Submarine (1968)_ (qv).

-   His fiancée, actress 'Georgia Moffett' (qv), gave birth to his first child, a daughter named Olive, on 29 March 2011.

-   He is the second of two non-English actors to portray the "Doctor Who" character. The other was 'Sylvester McCoy' (qv), who portrayed "The Doctor" from 1988-1996.

-   Married 'Georgia Moffett' (qv) on the 30th December 2011.

-   He adopted his wife's son, Tyler, in 2011.

-   He started acting with the hope that he would one day get to play the title role on "Doctor Who".

-   Is a big fan of the TV series, _"Firefly" (2002)_ (qv).

-   Stepson-in-law of 'Elizabeth Heery' (qv).

-   Son-in-law of 'Peter Davison (I)' (qv) and 'Sandra Dickinson' (qv).

-   His all-time favourite Doctor Who character is the Zygons who appeared in Terror if the Zygons, a Fourth Doctor adventure.


-   (April 2002): Plays Jeff in the UK premiere of "Lobby Hero" by 'Kenneth Lonergan' (qv) - Donmar Warehouse/ New Ambassador's Theatre, London, England, UK.

-   Does a lot of commercial voice-over work and can mimic many different accents.

-   His Royal Shakespeare Company credits include: "As You Like It", "The General From America", "The Herbal Bed" (all 1996), "Romeo & Juliet", "The Rivals" and "The Comedy of Errors" (all 2000), the title role in "Hamlet" and Berowne in "Love's Labour's Lost" (both 2008).

-   Appeared as himself in a Labour Party general election broadcast (2005).

-   (June 2005) Played PC Andy Crawford in the first series of BBC Radio 4 adaptations of _"Dixon of Dock Green" (1955)_ (qv).

-   2003 - Played the blind rat Dangerous Beans in a BBC radio adaptation of 'Terry Pratchett' (qv)'s novel "The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents"

-   (2001) Played Feldwebel Kurtz in Big Finish's audio production "Doctor Who: Colditz".

-   Voiceover for Argos 'New Catalogue Out Saturday' advert, show on UK television July 2007.

-   His National Theatre credits include: Katurian in "The Pillowman", a new play by 'Martin McDonagh' (qv) (2003) and Nick in "What the Butler Saw" by 'Joe Orton (I)' (qv) (1995).

-   Played Robert in the UK premiere of "Push-Up" by 'Roland Schimmelpfennig' (qv) - International Playwrights' Season, Royal Court Theatre, London (2002).

-   Played Gethin in "Comedians" by 'Trevor Griffiths (I)' (qv) - UK tour (2001).

-   (1998) Played "Edgar" in 'William Shakespeare (I)' (qv)'s "King Lear" - Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester (1998).

-   Toured the UK in a double bill of "The Real Inspector Hound" by 'Tom Stoppard' (qv) and "Black Comedy" by 'Peter Schaffer' (qv) (1998).

-   Played Micky in the UK premiere of "Hurly Burly" by 'David Rabe' (qv) - Old Vic Theatre, London (1997).

-   His credits at the Dundee Reportory Theatre include: "The Glass Menagerie", "Long Day's Journey Into Night", "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf" and "Tartuffe" (all 1996).

-   Played "Pavel" in 'Maxim Gorky' (qv)'s "Vassa" - Albery Theatre, London (1999).

-   Played "Kenny" in "An Experienced Woman Gives Advice", a new play by Iain Heggie - Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester (1995).

-   (1994) Played Alan in "The Slab Boys Trilogy" by 'John Byrne (I)' (qv) - Young Vic Theatre, London.

-   His credits at Edinburgh's Royal Lyceum Theatre include: "Shinda The Magic Ape" (1991), "Hay Fever" (1992), "Merlin" (1992, also tour) and "Look Back In Anger" (2005, also Theatre Royal Bath).

-   Made his stage debut in 1991 in 'Bertolt Brecht' (qv)'s "The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui", for Scottish touring theatre company 7:84. He has also performed in "Jump The Life To Come", "Scotland Matters" and "Antigone" with the same company.

-   2001 - Played the lead role of Daniel in BBC radio sit-com Double Income No Kids Yet

-   (1998) He acted in Sir 'Tom Stoppard' (qv)'s play, "The Real Inspector Hound", and Sir Peter Shaffer's play, "Black Comedy," at the Comedy Theatre in London, England with 'Desmond Barrit' (qv), 'Anna Chancellor' (qv), 'Nichola McAuliffe' (qv) and 'Gary Waldhorn' (qv).

-   (1999) He acted in 'Maxim Gorky' (qv)'s play, "Vassa", at the Almeida Theatre in London, England with 'Sheila Hancock' (qv), 'Richard O'Callaghan' (qv), 'Debra Gillett' (qv), 'Adrian Scarborough' (qv), 'Ron Cook (I)' (qv) and 'Aisling O'Sullivan' (qv) in the cast. 'Howard Davies (I)' (qv) was the director.

-   (1999) He acted in 'William Shakespeare (I)' (qv)'s play, "King Lear", at the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester, England with 'Tom Courtenay' (qv), 'Ian Bartholomew' (qv), 'David Ross (I)' (qv), 'Adam James (II)' (qv), 'Helen Schlesinger' (qv), 'Ashley Jensen (I)' (qv), 'Gillian Kearney' (qv), David Craig, 'Peter Geddis' (qv), 'Andrew Hawkins (I)' (qv) and 'Terence Wilton' (qv) in the cast. Gregory Hersov was the director.

-   (2005) Played the title role in Big Finish's audio production "The Adventures of Luther Arkwright".

-   (2005) Reprised Colonel Brimmicombe-Wood in Big Finish's audio production "U.N.I.T.: The Wasting".

-   (2004) Played Daft Jamie in Big Finish's audio production "Doctor Who: Medicinal Purposes".

-   Played Time Lord 2 and Pub Landlord in Big Finish's audio production "Doctor Who Unbound: Exile".

-   (2003) Played Colonel Brimmicombe-Wood in Big Finish's audio production "Doctor Who Unbound: Sympathy for the Devil".

-   (2003) Voiced the Caretaker in BBCI's "Doctor Who: Scream of the Shalka" webcast.

-   (1997) He acted in 'Richard Nelson (V)' (qv)'s play, "The General from America", in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at The Pit Theatre in London, England with 'John Woodvine' (qv), 'Stephen Boxer (I)' (qv), 'James Laurenson (I)' (qv), 'Rachel Joyce' (qv), 'Corin Redgrave' (qv) and 'Adam Godley' (qv) in the cast. 'Howard Davies (I)' (qv) was the director.

-   (2000) He acted in 'William Shakespeare (I)' (qv)'s play, "The Comedy of Errors", in a Royal Shakespeare Company production and at the Barbican Theatre in London, England with 'Paul Greenwood (I)' (qv), 'Michael Thomas (I)' (qv), 'Ian Hughes (I)' (qv), 'Tom Smith (V)' (qv), 'Emily Raymond' (qv), 'Jacqueline Defferary' (qv), 'Anthony Howell (I)' (qv) and 'David Acton (I)' (qv) in the cast. 'Lynn Parker (I)' (qv) was the director.

-   (27th December 2009) Was the castaway on BBC Radio's "Desert Island Discs" show. His luxury item was a solar DVD player containing the full run of _"The West Wing" (1999)_ (qv), his chosen book was Marcel Proust's "À la recherche du temps perdu" and his selected record was Tim Minchin's "White Wine in the Sun".

-   (October 2013 - January 2014) Stage play: Richard II, playing Richard II, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon.


-   Drama school is a pretty intense experience and I think it changes who you are. I think I grew up at drama school (which was fairly useful personally as much as professionally) and I certainly got exposed to a huge range of ideas, techniques, and practices that I had no previous experience of. I wouldn't have known what I was doing as an actor if I hadn't gone.

-   On his early decision to become an actor: "I was very small, about 3 or 4 I think, and just wanted to be the people on telly telling these wonderful stories. Obviously the idea grew and matured with me but I can't ever remember wanting to do anything else. I've just sort of taken it for granted all my life that that was what I would do."

-   I do thrive on hard work.

-   Unlike other enduring characters such as Sherlock Holmes or Tarzan, being the Doctor allows you a certain freedom that is both very demanding and very thrilling. It allows you to make the character using elements of yourself.

-   I was sent good luck cards from 'Tom Baker (I)' (qv) and 'Peter Davison (I)' (qv). They were the Doctors I grew up watching, while eating toast and drinking Tizer at home, so I was very honoured.


-   (April 2005) As of April 16, 2005, officially announced as the tenth actor to play the classic television character "Doctor Who," taking over from 'Christopher Eccleston' (qv) for the second series of the BBC's Sci-Fi show revival.

-   (July 2007) Filming the 2007 Christmas episode of _"Doctor Who" (2005)_ (qv), _"Doctor Who" (2005) {Voyage of the Damned (#4.0)}_ (qv), with 'Kylie Minogue' (qv) in Cardiff.

-   (August 2008) Playing "Hamlet" in RSC Stratford-upon-Avon, alongside 'Patrick Stewart (I)' (qv).

-   (October 2008) Announced he is leaving _"Doctor Who" (2005)_ (qv) after he films four "Bank Holiday" specials and a Christmas special for 2009. Has already finished work on the 2008 _"Doctor Who" (2005)_ (qv) Christmas special.

-   (May 2010) Filming _"Single Father" (2010)_ (qv) in Edinburgh.

-   (April 2010) Filming mini-series drama, _"Single Father" (2010)_ (qv), for BBC Scotland in Glasgow, Scotland.

-   (June 2010) Filming for the film, _The Decoy Bride (2011)_ (qv), in Scotland and Isle of Man.

-   (September 2010) Filming for _Fright Night (2011)_ (qv), in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

-   (October 2010) Guest starring in the comedy stage show 'Celebrity Autobiography' at the Leicester Square Theatre in London. Tennant made his first performance two days after he returned to England from New Mexico, where he'd been shooting the film Fright Night.

-   (November 2010) In Uganda filming for Comic Relief.

-   (November 2010) Newcastle: shooting the BBC2 film, _United (2011/I)_ (qv).

-   (December 2010) In Carlisle and Newcastle filming _United (2011/I)_ (qv).

-   (January 2011) Recording the radio play Kafka, the Musical in London.

-   (April 2011) In London rehearsing for the play 'Much Ado About Nothing.' Rehearsals started on 4 April in Shepherd's Bush.

-   (June 2012) London and Watford, Hertfordshire, filming _"The Politician's Husband" (2013)_ (qv) (between mid-June and the end of July). Tennant started work on the series two days after he returned from Poland.

-   (April 2012) Poland: shooting _"Spies of Warsaw" (2012)_ (qv) (between early April and mid-June).

-   (October 2011) Coventry, Wales and Warwickshire: filming _Nativity 2: Danger in the Manger! (2012)_ (qv) (filming took place during October and November).

-   (September 2011) Margate, Kent: filming _"True Love" (2012)_ (qv). Tennant started work on "True Love" two days after his play, "Much Ado About Nothing", ended.

-   (June 2012) London: Filming the TV series, _"The Politician's Husband" (2013)_ (qv). (In June and July).

-   (August 2012) Bristol: Filming the TV series, _"Broadchurch" (2013)_ (qv) (from early August to December).

-   (August 2012) Los Angeles, attending the TCAs. Tennant was in LA for three days only as he was in the middle of shooting different projects.

-   (November 2012) London: recording the comedy panel game show ''Comedy World Cup'' (as presenter). Tennant filmed Broadchurch Mon-Fri in Bristol and returned to London on the weekends to record Comedy World Cup.

-   (December 2012) Los Angeles: Auditioning for acting work and doing publicity for Spies of Warsaw.

-   (January 2013) London: Recording the audiobook 'How to Steal a Dragon's Heart.'

-   (December 2012) London, shooting a TV commercial for Virgin.


-   "The Sunday Times" (UK), 6 April 2008, by: Arabella Weir, "It's Ok to Think Doctor Who is Gay, Says David Tennant"

-   "The Big Issue" (UK), 9 December 2006, pg. 10-12, by: Jane Graham, "Tennant's Extra"

-   "Radio Times" (UK), 15 April 2006, Vol. 329, Iss. 4280, pg. 20-21, "David Tennant...answers readers' questions about what life is like now he's a Time Lord"

-   "Radio Times" (UK), 17 December 2005, Vol. 327, Iss. 4264, pg. 40, by: Nick Griffiths, "Let's do the time lord again"

-   "Radio Times" (UK), 10 December 2005, Vol. 327, Iss. 4263, pg. 14-16, by: E. Jane Dickson, "Carry on Doctor"


-   "The Observer Magazine" (UK), 20 December 2009, pg. 16 - 17 + 19 - 20 + 22 + 24, by: Johnny Davis (interview) Ellis Parrinder (portraits), "Tennant's Extra"

-   "Reader's Digest" (UK), December 2009, pg. 38 - 43, by: Benji Wilson, "Calling Time on the Time Lord"

-   "The Daily Telegraph" (UK), 3 February 2009, by: Anita Singh, "David Tennant excluded from voting for Laurence Olivier Awards"

-   "Telegraph Magazine" (UK), 22 November 2008, pg. 26-27+29-30+32+35, by: Vicki Reid (interview) Julian Broad (photographs), "The Visible Man"

-   "The Times" (UK), 22 November 2008, by: Nigel Hawkes, "David Tennant and Andy Serkis in Einstein and Eddington"

-   "The Times" (UK), 1 November 2008, by: Simon Crompton, "When's the right time to move on?"

-   "The Times" (UK), 30 October 2008, by: Kaya Burgess, "Timelord David Tennant quits the Tardis after five years"

-   "The Independent" (UK), 13 September 2008, Iss. 6828, pg. 23, by: Cahal Milmo and Arifa Akbar, "King of the West End"

-   "The Sunday Times" (UK), 24 August 2008, by: Allan Brown, "The doctor will see you now"

-   "The Times Literary Supplement" (UK), 13 August 2008, by: Emma Smith, "Doctor Hamlet"

-   "The Sunday Times" (UK), 10 August 2008, by: Anonymous, "Profile: David Tennant"

-   "The Independent" (UK), 10 August 2008, Iss. 963, pg. 58 - 59, by: Kate Bassett, "Face to face with the perfect prince [Theatre: Hamlet, Courtyard, Stratford"

-   "The Times" (UK), 6 August 2008, by: Benedict Nightingale, "Dr Who's David Tennant as Hamlet at the Courtyard, Stratford"

-   "The Independent" (UK), 6 August 2008, Iss. 6805, pg. 10 - 11, by: Paul Taylor, "Doctor who? Tennant captivates as Hamlet - This Danish prince excels as the wry, prankish provocateur [First Night: Hamlet, Courtyard Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon]"

-   "The Birmingham Post" (UK), 6 August 2008, by: Terry Grimley, "David Tennant and Patrick Stewart in Hamlet at the RSC"

-   "The Sunday Telegraph" (UK), 6 July 2008, by: Chris Hastings, "David Tennant staying as Doctor Who after surviving Dalek showdown"

-   "Video Watchdog" (USA), May 2008, Iss. 139, pg. 34-38, by: David Kalat, "DVD Spotlight: Doctor Who: The Complete Third Series"

-   "The New York Times" (USA), 19 April 2008, by: Lawrence van Gelder, "Who's Who"

-   "The Independent" (UK), 29 March 2008, Iss. 6694, pg. 44 -45, by: Tim Walker, "The Saturday Profile: David Tennant - The good doctor"

-   "The Times" (UK), 22 December 2007, by: Caitlin Moran, "Who's the daddy"

-   "The Times" (UK), 30 March 2007, by: Caitlin Moran, "The Doctor will see you now"

-   "The Times" (UK), 24 February 2007, by: John Naish, "Doctor, who am I?"

-   "The Times" (UK), 6 June 2005, by: A Scotland Correspondent, "Angry Tennant takes Scottish acting award"

-   "The Guardian" (UK), 6 May 2005, by: Jason Deans, "Doctor Who in ITV drama"

-   "The Sunday Times" (UK), 9 January 2005, by: Mark Fisher, "Tennant sitting pretty"


-   "Sci Fi" (USA), October 2011, Vol. 17, Iss. 5

-   "The Observer Magazine" (UK), 20 December 2009

-   "Reader's Digest" (UK), December 2009

-   "Telegraph Magazine" (UK), 22 November 2008

-   "Video Watchdog" (USA), May 2008, Iss. 139

-   "Radio Times" (UK), 6 November 2007

-   "Radio Times" (UK), 30 June 2007

-   "Radio Times" (UK), 24 March 2007

-   "Radio Times" (UK), 16 December 2006

-   "The Big Issue" (UK), 9 December 2006

-   "Doctor Who" (UK), 19 July 2006, Iss. 371

-   "Radio Times" (UK), 15 April 2006

-   "Doctor Who" (UK), 1 March 2006, Iss. 366

-   "Doctor Who" (UK), 1 February 2006, Iss. 365

-   "Doctor Who" (UK), 4 January 2006, Iss. 364

-   "Cult Times" (UK), December 2005, Iss. 123

-   "Doctor Who" (UK), 17 August 2005, Iss. 359

-   "Radio Times" (UK), 12 March 2005

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  66. "Breakfast" (2000) {(2011-04-21)}
  67. "Breakfast" (2000) {(2011-08-30)}
  68. "Earthflight" (2011) {North America (#1.1)}
  69. "Film Fiend" (2010) {Fright Night (#3.2)}
  70. "Fry's Planet Word" (2011) {The Power and the Glory (#1.5)}
  71. "Masterpiece Contemporary" (2008) {Page Eight}
  72. "Masterpiece Contemporary" (2008) {The Song of Lunch}
  73. "The Graham Norton Show" (2007) {Compilation (#9.13)}
  74. "The Graham Norton Show" (2007) {David Tennant/Catherine Tate/Josh Groban/Jon Richardson (#9.1)}
  75. "This Is Jinsy" (2011) {Wedding Lottery (#1.1)}
  76. "Twenty Twelve" (2011) {(#1.1)}
  77. "Twenty Twelve" (2011) {(#1.2)}
  78. "Twenty Twelve" (2011) {(#1.3)}
  79. "Twenty Twelve" (2011) {(#1.4)}
  80. "Twenty Twelve" (2011) {(#1.5)}
  81. "Twenty Twelve" (2011) {(#1.6)}
  82. Almost Famous III (2010) (TV)
  83. Doctor Who: The Ultimate Guide (2010) (TV)
  84. Great TV Mistakes (2010) (TV)
  85. How to Train Your Dragon (2010)
  86. Margaret John: National Treasure (2010) (TV)
  87. National Movie Awards (2010) (TV)
  88. National Television Awards (2010) (TV)
  89. On the Edge of War: Uncovering 'Glorious 39' (2010) (V)
  90. Polar Bears: Spy on the Ice (2010)
  91. Sidekick Stories (2010) (TV)
  92. The Big Fat Quiz of the Year (2010) (TV)
  93. The National Television Awards Backstage Live (2010) (TV)
  94. "Ask Rhod Gilbert" (2010) {(#1.5)}
  95. "BBC Proms" (2010) {Prom 10: Doctor Who at the Proms (#1.24)}
  96. "Breakfast" (2000) {(2010-10-08)}
  97. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Allons-y!}
  98. "Doctor Who" (2005) {The Eleventh Hour (#5.1)}
  99. "Doctor Who" (2005) {The End of Time: Part Two}
  100. "Doctor Who" (2005) {The Lodger (#5.11)}
  101. "Eddie Izzard: Marathon Man" (2010) {(#1.1)}
  102. "Eddie Izzard: Marathon Man" (2010) {(#1.2)}
  103. "Eddie Izzard: Marathon Man" (2010) {(#1.3)}
  104. "Eddie Izzard: Marathon Man" (2010) {(#1.4)}
  105. "Live from Studio Five" (2009) {(#1.87)}
  106. "Masterpiece Contemporary" (2008) {Framed}
  107. "Masterpiece Contemporary" (2008) {Lennon Naked}
  108. "Newsround" (1972) {Newsround Special: Caught in the Web}
  109. "Paul O'Grady Live" (2010) {(#1.5)}
  110. "QI" (2003) {Compilation 1 (#7.17)}
  111. "Rex Is Not Your Lawyer" (2010) {Pilot (#1.1)}
  112. "Single Father" (2010) {(#1.1)}
  113. "Single Father" (2010) {(#1.2)}
  114. "Single Father" (2010) {(#1.3)}
  115. "Single Father" (2010) {(#1.4)}
  116. "SJA: Alien Files" (2010) {(#1.1)}
  117. "The Sarah Jane Adventures" (2007) {Death of the Doctor: Part 1 (#4.5)}
  118. "The Sarah Jane Adventures" (2007) {Death of the Doctor: Part 2 (#4.6)}
  119. "Top Gear" (2002) {(#15.1)}
  120. Almost Famous II (2009) (TV)
  121. Comic Relief 2009 (2009) (TV)
  122. Cybermen (2009) (V)
  123. Doctor Who: Inside the TARDIS (2009) (TV)
  124. Glorious 39 (2009)
  125. Hamlet (2009) (TV)
  126. Happy Birthday OU (2009) (TV)
  127. St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold (2009)
  128. The Greatest TV Shows of the Noughties (2009) (TV)
  129. We Are Astronomers (2009)
  130. "Alan Carr: Chatty Man" (2009) {(#2.7)}
  131. "Blue Peter" (1958) {(2009-12-15)}
  132. "Breakfast" (2000) {(2009-12-31)}
  133. "CBeebies Bedtime Story" (2009) {Emily Brown and the Elephant Emergency}
  134. "CBeebies Bedtime Story" (2009) {Miki}
  135. "CBeebies Bedtime Story" (2009) {Small Mouse Big City}
  136. "CBeebies Bedtime Story" (2009) {The Christmas Bear}
  137. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Desert Storm}
  138. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Lords and Masters}
  139. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {The Eleventh Doctor (#4.15)}
  140. "Doctor Who Greatest Moments" (2009) {Donna (#1.4)}
  141. "Doctor Who Greatest Moments" (2009) {Hostile Humans}
  142. "Doctor Who Greatest Moments" (2009) {Martha (#1.5)}
  143. "Doctor Who Greatest Moments" (2009) {Rose}
  144. "Doctor Who Greatest Moments" (2009) {The Companions (#1.2)}
  145. "Doctor Who Greatest Moments" (2009) {The Doctor (#1.1)}
  146. "Doctor Who Greatest Moments" (2009) {The Enemies (#1.3)}
  147. "Doctor Who Greatest Moments" (2009) {Time Travel (#1.6)}
  148. "Doctor Who" (2005) {Planet of the Dead}
  149. "Doctor Who" (2005) {The End of Time: Part One}
  150. "Doctor Who: Dreamland" (2009) {(#1.1)}
  151. "Doctor Who: Dreamland" (2009) {(#1.2)}
  152. "Doctor Who: Dreamland" (2009) {(#1.3)}
  153. "Doctor Who: Dreamland" (2009) {(#1.4)}
  154. "Doctor Who: Dreamland" (2009) {(#1.5)}
  155. "Doctor Who: Dreamland" (2009) {(#1.6)}
  156. "GMTV" (1993) {(2009-12-31)}
  157. "Live from Studio Five" (2009) {(#1.35)}
  158. "Live from Studio Five" (2009) {(#1.37)}
  159. "Masterpiece Contemporary" (2008) {Collision}
  160. "Masterpiece Contemporary" (2008) {Endgame}
  161. "Masterpiece Contemporary" (2008) {Place of Execution}
  162. "Never Mind the Buzzcocks" (1996) {The Doctor Who Special (#23.12)}
  163. "QI" (2003) {Groovy (#7.5)}
  164. "Raiders of the Lost Archive" (2007) {(#1.2)}
  165. "Swarm: Nature's Incredible Invasions" (2009) {One Million Heads, One Beautiful Mind (#1.2)}
  166. "Swarm: Nature's Incredible Invasions" (2009) {When Worlds Collide (#1.1)}
  167. "The Catherine Tate Show" (2004) {Nan's Christmas Carol}
  168. "The Graham Norton Show" (2007) {(#6.12)}
  169. "The Graham Norton Show" (2007) {(#6.6)}
  170. "The Paul O'Grady Show" (2004) {(2009-11-12)}
  171. "The Sarah Jane Adventures" (2007) {The Mad Woman in the Attic: Part 2 (#3.4)}
  172. "The Sarah Jane Adventures" (2007) {The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith: Part 1 (#3.5)}
  173. "The Sarah Jane Adventures" (2007) {The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith: Part 2 (#3.6)}
  174. "Tonight's the Night" (2009) {(#1.6)}
  175. 50 Ways to Leave Your TV Lover (2008) (TV)
  176. Doctor Who: Music of the Spheres (2008) (TV)
  177. Einstein and Eddington (2008) (TV)
  178. The Big Fat Quiz of the Year (2008) (TV)
  179. The National Television Awards 2008 (2008) (TV)
  180. Verity Lambert: Drama Queen (2008) (TV)
  181. "Children in Need" (1980) {(2008-11-14)}
  182. "Comedy Connections" (2003) {Rab C. Nesbitt (#6.5)}
  183. "Derren Brown: Trick or Treat" (2007) {Superstition (#2.6)}
  184. "Derren Brown: Trick or Treat" (2007) {Time (#2.3)}
  185. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {(#4.14)}
  186. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {A Noble Return (#4.1)}
  187. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {End of an Era (#4.13)}
  188. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Friends and Foe (#4.12)}
  189. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Here Come the Girls! (#4.11)}
  190. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Look Who's Talking (#4.10)}
  191. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Nemesis (#4.7)}
  192. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Oods and Ends (#4.3)}
  193. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {River Runs Deep (#4.9)}
  194. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Send in the Clones (#4.4)}
  195. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Shadow Play (#4.8)}
  196. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Sins of the Fathers (#4.6)}
  197. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Sontar-Ha! (#4.5)}
  198. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {The Italian Job (#4.2)}
  199. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Top Five Christmas Moments}
  200. "Doctor Who" (2005) {Forest of the Dead (#4.9)}
  201. "Doctor Who" (2005) {Journey's End (#4.13)}
  202. "Doctor Who" (2005) {Midnight (#4.10)}
  203. "Doctor Who" (2005) {Partners in Crime (#4.1)}
  204. "Doctor Who" (2005) {Planet of the Ood (#4.3)}
  205. "Doctor Who" (2005) {Silence in the Library (#4.8)}
  206. "Doctor Who" (2005) {The Doctor's Daughter (#4.6)}
  207. "Doctor Who" (2005) {The Fires of Pompeii (#4.2)}
  208. "Doctor Who" (2005) {The Poison Sky (#4.5)}
  209. "Doctor Who" (2005) {The Sontaran Stratagem (#4.4)}
  210. "Doctor Who" (2005) {The Stolen Earth (#4.12)}
  211. "Doctor Who" (2005) {The Unicorn and the Wasp (#4.7)}
  212. "Doctor Who" (2005) {Turn Left (#4.11)}
  213. "Friday Night with Jonathan Ross" (2001) {(#14.12)}
  214. "New Heroes of Comedy" (2008) {Lucas and Walliams (#1.2)}
  215. "Sunday AM" (2005) {(#3.36)}
  216. "The Friday Night Project" (2005) {(#6.2)}
  217. "The Graham Norton Show" (2007) {(#2.13)}
  218. "The Sarah Jane Adventures" (2007) {Secrets of the Stars: Part 1 (#2.5)}
  219. Comic Relief 2007: The Big One (2007) (TV)
  220. Doctor Who: The Infinite Quest (2007) (TV)
  221. Doctor Who: Time Crash (2007) (TV)
  222. Learners (2007) (TV)
  223. Live Earth (2007) (TV)
  224. Recovery (2007) (TV)
  225. The 50 Greatest Television Dramas (2007) (TV)
  226. The Big Fat Quiz of the Year (2007) (TV)
  227. The Human Footprint (2007) (TV)
  228. The National Television Awards 2007 (2007) (TV)
  229. "Children in Need" (1980) {(2007-11-16)}
  230. "Dead Ringers" (2002) {(#7.6)}
  231. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {'Ello 'Ello 'Ello (#3.11)}
  232. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {A New York Story (#3.4)}
  233. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Alter Ego (#3.8)}
  234. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Bad Blood (#3.9)}
  235. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Kylie Meets the Doctor (#4.0)}
  236. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Making Manhattan (#3.5)}
  237. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Meet Martha Jones (#3.1)}
  238. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Monsters Inc. (#3.6)}
  239. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Space Craft (#3.7)}
  240. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Stage Fright (#3.2)}
  241. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {The Saxon Mystery (#3.12)}
  242. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {The Valiant Quest (#3.13)}
  243. "Doctor Who" (2005) {42 (#3.7)}
  244. "Doctor Who" (2005) {Blink (#3.10)}
  245. "Doctor Who" (2005) {Daleks in Manhattan (#3.4)}
  246. "Doctor Who" (2005) {Evolution of the Daleks (#3.5)}
  247. "Doctor Who" (2005) {Gridlock (#3.3)}
  248. "Doctor Who" (2005) {Human Nature (#3.8)}
  249. "Doctor Who" (2005) {Last of the Time Lords (#3.13)}
  250. "Doctor Who" (2005) {Smith and Jones (#3.1)}
  251. "Doctor Who" (2005) {The Family of Blood (#3.9)}
  252. "Doctor Who" (2005) {The Lazarus Experiment (#3.6)}
  253. "Doctor Who" (2005) {The Shakespeare Code (#3.2)}
  254. "Doctor Who" (2005) {The Sound of Drums (#3.12)}
  255. "Doctor Who" (2005) {Utopia (#3.11)}
  256. "Doctor Who" (2005) {Voyage of the Damned (#4.0)}
  257. "Extras" (2005) {The Extra Special Series Finale (#2.7)}
  258. "Heroes Unmasked" (2007) {The Story So Far (#1.22)}
  259. "Newsround" (1972) {(2007-12-18)}
  260. "Parkinson" (1971) {(2007-05-05)}
  261. "Sunday AM" (2005) {(#2.24)}
  262. "The Catherine Tate Show" (2004) {Comic Relief Special}
  263. "The Friday Night Project" (2005) {(#4.1)}
  264. "The Graham Norton Show" (2007) {(#1.6)}
  265. "The Weakest Link" (2000) {'Doctor Who' Special}
  266. "This Morning" (1988) {(2007-11-01)}
  267. "Time Shift" (2002) {Parallel Worlds: A User's Guide (#6.5)}
  268. "Top Gear" (2002) {(#10.10)}
  269. "Totally Doctor Who" (2006) {(#2.1)}
  270. "Totally Doctor Who" (2006) {(#2.10)}
  271. "Totally Doctor Who" (2006) {(#2.11)}
  272. "Totally Doctor Who" (2006) {(#2.12)}
  273. "Totally Doctor Who" (2006) {(#2.2)}
  274. "Totally Doctor Who" (2006) {(#2.3)}
  275. "Totally Doctor Who" (2006) {(#2.4)}
  276. "Totally Doctor Who" (2006) {(#2.5)}
  277. "Totally Doctor Who" (2006) {(#2.6)}
  278. "Totally Doctor Who" (2006) {(#2.7)}
  279. "Totally Doctor Who" (2006) {(#2.8)}
  280. "Totally Doctor Who" (2006) {(#2.9)}
  281. Slipp Jimmy fri (2006)
  282. The Big Fat Quiz of the Year (2006) (TV)
  283. The Chatterley Affair (2006) (TV)
  284. The National Television Awards (2006) (TV)
  285. The Ultimate 'West Wing' Challenge (2006) (TV)
  286. "A Taste of My Life" (2006) {Tracy-Ann Oberman (#1.4)}
  287. "Blue Peter" (1958) {(2006-10-16)}
  288. "Breakfast" (2000) {(2006-03-30)}
  289. "Breakfast" (2000) {(2006-12-19)}
  290. "CBBC eXtra" (2004) {Doctor Who Special (#3.15)}
  291. "Children in Need" (1980) {(2006-11-17)}
  292. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Cybermen (#2.5)}
  293. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Fear Factor (#2.2)}
  294. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Finale (#2.13)}
  295. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Friends Reunited (#2.3)}
  296. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {From Zero to Hero (#2.6)}
  297. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Music and Monsters (#3.0)}
  298. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Myths and Legends (#2.9)}
  299. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {New New Doctor (#2.1)}
  300. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Script to Screen (#2.4)}
  301. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {The Fright Stuff (#2.11)}
  302. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {The New World of Who (#2.10)}
  303. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {The Writer's Tale (#2.7)}
  304. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Welcome to Torchwood (#2.12)}
  305. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {You've Got the Look (#2.8)}
  306. "Doctor Who" (2005) {Army of Ghosts (#2.12)}
  307. "Doctor Who" (2005) {Doomsday (#2.13)}
  308. "Doctor Who" (2005) {Fear Her (#2.11)}
  309. "Doctor Who" (2005) {Love & Monsters (#2.10)}
  310. "Doctor Who" (2005) {New Earth (#2.1)}
  311. "Doctor Who" (2005) {Rise of the Cybermen (#2.5)}
  312. "Doctor Who" (2005) {School Reunion (#2.3)}
  313. "Doctor Who" (2005) {The Age of Steel (#2.6)}
  314. "Doctor Who" (2005) {The Girl in the Fireplace (#2.4)}
  315. "Doctor Who" (2005) {The Idiot's Lantern (#2.7)}
  316. "Doctor Who" (2005) {The Impossible Planet (#2.8)}
  317. "Doctor Who" (2005) {The Runaway Bride (#3.0)}
  318. "Doctor Who" (2005) {The Satan Pit (#2.9)}
  319. "Doctor Who" (2005) {Tooth and Claw (#2.2)}
  320. "Popworld" (2001) {(2006-04-22)}
  321. "Ready, Steady, Cook" (1994) {(2006-04-12)}
  322. "This Morning" (1988) {(2006-04-12)}
  323. 'Doctor Who': A New Dimension (2005) (TV)
  324. Bring Something Back: The Making of 'The Quatermass Experiment' (2005) (V)
  325. Doctor Who: Attack of the Graske (2005) (VG)
  326. Greatest Before They Were Stars TV Moments (2005) (TV)
  327. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005)
  328. Secret Smile (2005) (TV)
  329. Sweetnightgoodheart (2005)
  330. The Big Fat Quiz of the Year (2005) (TV)
  331. The Quatermass Experiment (2005) (TV)
  332. "Breakfast" (2000) {(2005-12-21)}
  333. "Casanova" (2005) {(#1.1)}
  334. "Casanova" (2005) {(#1.2)}
  335. "Casanova" (2005) {(#1.3)}
  336. "Children in Need" (1980) {(2005-11-18)}
  337. "Doctor Who" (2005) {The Christmas Invasion (#2.0)}
  338. "Doctor Who" (2005) {The Parting of the Ways (#1.13)}
  339. "Friday Night with Jonathan Ross" (2001) {(#9.15)}
  340. "GMTV" (1993) {(2005-04-18)}
  341. "Planet Voice" (2004) {Planet Potter}
  342. "Richard & Judy" (2001) {(2005-03-10)}
  343. Old Street (2004)
  344. The Deputy (2004) (TV)
  345. Traffic Warden (2004)
  346. "Blackpool" (2004) {(#1.1)}
  347. "Blackpool" (2004) {(#1.2)}
  348. "Blackpool" (2004) {(#1.3)}
  349. "Blackpool" (2004) {(#1.4)}
  350. "Blackpool" (2004) {(#1.5)}
  351. "Blackpool" (2004) {(#1.6)}
  352. "He Knew He Was Right" (2004) {Part 1 (#1.1)}
  353. "He Knew He Was Right" (2004) {Part 2 (#1.2)}
  354. "He Knew He Was Right" (2004) {Part 3 (#1.3)}
  355. "He Knew He Was Right" (2004) {Part 4 (#1.4)}
  356. Bright Young Things (2003)
  357. "Doctor Who: Scream of the Shalka" (2003) {(#1.5)}
  358. "Posh Nosh" (2003) {Comfort Food (#1.8)}
  359. "Posh Nosh" (2003) {Paella (#1.3)}
  360. "Spine Chillers" (2003) {Bradford in My Dreams (#1.1)}
  361. "Terri McIntyre" (2001) {Blaze (#2.5)}
  362. "Terri McIntyre" (2001) {Dick (#2.3)}
  363. "Terri McIntyre" (2001) {Model (#2.1)}
  364. "Terri McIntyre" (2001) {Shamed (#2.2)}
  365. "Terri McIntyre" (2001) {Thong (#2.4)}
  366. "Terri McIntyre" (2001) {Wave (#2.6)}
  367. "Trust" (2003) {(#1.6)}
  368. Nine 1/2 Minutes (2002)
  369. "Foyle's War" (2002) {A Lesson in Murder (#1.3)}
  370. "People Like Us" (1999) {The Actor (#2.4)}
  371. Being Considered (2000)
  372. "Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased)" (2000) {Drop Dead (#1.1)}
  373. "The Mrs. Bradley Mysteries" (1998) {Death at the Opera (#1.1)}
  374. The Last September (1999)
  375. "Love in the 21st Century" (1999) {Reproduction (#1.1)}
  376. L.A. Without a Map (1998)
  377. "Duck Patrol" (1998) {Duck Turpin (#1.5)}
  378. "Duck Patrol" (1998) {Flying Colours (#1.1)}
  379. "Duck Patrol" (1998) {Occurrences (#1.3)}
  380. "Duck Patrol" (1998) {Out to Grass (#1.2)}
  381. "Duck Patrol" (1998) {River Rage (#1.6)}
  382. "Duck Patrol" (1998) {The Siege of Mallory Wharf (#1.7)}
  383. "Duck Patrol" (1998) {The Spirit of the Deep (#1.4)}
  384. Bite (1997)
  385. "Holding the Baby" (1997) {(#1.2)}
  386. "A Mug's Game" (1996)
  387. Jude (1996)
  388. "The Bill" (1984) {Deadline (#11.128)}
  389. "The Tales of Para Handy" (1994) {Para Handy's Piper (#2.2)}
  390. "Takin' Over the Asylum" (1994) {Fly Like an Eagle (#1.2)}
  391. "Takin' Over the Asylum" (1994) {Fool on the Hill (#1.4)}
  392. "Takin' Over the Asylum" (1994) {Hey Jude (#1.1)}
  393. "Takin' Over the Asylum" (1994) {Let It Be (#1.6)}
  394. "Takin' Over the Asylum" (1994) {Rainy Night in Georgia (#1.5)}
  395. "Takin' Over the Asylum" (1994) {You Always Hurt the One You Love (#1.3)}
  396. The Brown Man (1993) (TV)
  397. "Rab C. Nesbitt" (1988) {Touch (#3.2)}
  398. "Bunch of Five" (1992) {Miles Better (#1.5)}
  399. "Strathblair" (1992) {In Good Faith (#1.1)}
  400. "Dramarama" (1983) {The Secret of Croftmore (#6.13)}

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