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TV Appearances: 2008

1st January 2008 - Jools' Annual Hootenanny

10'35"

...continued from 2007. Jools Holland runs around and hugs everyone. Tennant and Simm drunkenly revel. Shockingly, they don't mention Doctor Who at all, which makes this our only real 'false' entry into our database of references on broadcast TV. If you like, you can imagine this is a spinoff in which the Master dresses like your Dad and the Doctor dresses like someone trying to pull your younger sister. If you like.

2nd January 2008 - Almost Famous

0'50"

That clip of David Tennant in Rab C Nesbit gets dragged out again. Poor guy.

3rd January 2008 - The Money Programme

29'18"

The Money Programme asks the question: can a relaunched Airfix be Britian's next top model, as they follow the company's relaunch which focusses on a Doctor Who design. We follow them as they make the final agreements with BBC Licensing, rescue the original mouldings of some old kits from France, meet the Daleks to take measurements, design on computers, chasing for photos of David and Freema, dealing with Martha's exit from the show, selling toys that haven't been made yet and watch the Christmas sales. Or lack of. In between all this, various experts offer their thoughts.

January 2008 - Torchwood Series Two Trailer 1

0'39"

Throughout January, several very similar (but with subtly different clips) trailers for Torchwood aired, with the tagline "Alone they're only human. Together they're Torchwood."

January 2008 - Torchwood Series Two Trailer 2

0'21"

Throughout January, several very similar (but with subtly different clips) trailers for Torchwood aired, with the tagline "Alone they're only human. Together they're Torchwood."

January 2008 - Torchwood Series Two Trailer 3

0'57"

Throughout January, several very similar (but with subtly different clips) trailers for Torchwood aired, with the tagline "Alone they're only human. Together they're Torchwood."

January 2008 - Torchwood Series Two Trailer 4

0'40"

Throughout January, several very similar (but with subtly different clips) trailers for Torchwood aired, with the tagline "Alone they're only human. Together they're Torchwood."

January 2008 - Torchwood Series Two Trailer 5

0'39"

Throughout January, several very similar (but with subtly different clips) trailers for Torchwood aired, with the tagline "Alone they're only human. Together they're Torchwood."

January 2008 - Torchwood Series Two Bumper 1

0'05"

A brief logo flash used between programs in the run-up to the new series of Torchwood.

January 2008 - Torchwood Series Two Bumper 2

0'05"

A brief logo flash used between programs in the run-up to the new series of Torchwood, incorporating the BBC2 logo and the official site URL.

17th January 2008 - Loose Women

7'24"

After a clip from Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang, Eve Myles talks about her legs, aging, Loose Women's popularity with her friends, filming in Wales, geography, her accent and getting to work with John Barrowman (and his penis).

14th-15th February 2008 - EastEnders

10'39"

A collection of clips from the popular soap in which two characters go to an exhibition which seems to surround the ability to read an original script, along with some people dressed as Cybermen (the proper original series ones, from the story "The Invasion of the Cybermen" [sic]), who for some reason keep walking around saying "delete".

15th February 2008 - Al Murray's Happy Hour

11'40"

John Barrowman returns to the pub-themed chat show to talk about his book Anything Goes, the new series of Torchwood (and Rose's spinoff show where she became a prostitute), the new edited editions of the show, his start as a Doctor Who companion (and his screaming ability), the possibility of a female or gay Doctor, his work on Shark Attack 3 and superstition. Barrowman sticks around for the rest of the show but doesn't mention his Who connection again.

20th February 2008 - Richard and Judy

5'55"

Freema Agyeman promotes her appearance on Torchwood. After a clip from Reset, she talks about the plot of her return episode, Jack Harkness (Richard continues his obsession with Jack's sexuality), Martha's love of the Doctor, whether or not Time Lords have sex (Richard is obsessed...), her origins and her youth.

1st March 2008 - Outtake TV

5'36"

A collection of outtakes from the Weakest Link Doctor Who special.

18th March 2008 - Dear Television

0'59"

A brief clip from The Celestial Toymaker and discussion of the Trilogic Game.

18th March 2008 - The Hard Sell

1'35"

A look at the early days of TV tie-in merchandise, with clips from Denys Fisher adverts.

21st March 2008 - Al Murray's Happy Hour

10'25"

Peter Davison succumbs to Al Murray's Pub Landlord character and talks about his work on The Holy Grail, getting up to his elbow in cow for All Creatures Great and Small, drinking egg white in beer commercials and Doctor Who (fellow guest Konnie Huq expresses an interest in being a companion) in particular Kamelion.

22nd March 2008 - Series Four Trailer

1'29"

A lengthy collection of clips from the fourth series, which had premiered across UK cinemas some weeks previously.

22nd March 2008 - Series Four Monsters Teaser A

0'10"

Specially filmed footage of a Sontaran Army, shown only in certain areas of the country.

22nd March 2008 - Series Four Monsters Teaser B

0'10"

Specially filmed footage of an Ood, shown only in certain areas of the country.

22nd March 2008 - Series Four Monsters Teaser C

0'10"

Specially filmed footage of a Dalek, shown only in certain areas of the country.

28th March 2008 - Dear Television

1'08"

A clip from The Invisible Enemy and discussions on clone clothing.

28th March 2008 - Series Four Campfire Trailer (Long)

0'40"

Donna Noble sits at a campfire, telling us a story: "There are things waiting in the darkness. Creatures of metal, fire and blood. But he's out there, burning through time. Facing a thousand dangers across the stars and never giving up. He looks like a man but he's a legend... And his name is the Doctor. He'll come back to save us and this time I'm gonna be ready... then, just like that, we'll be gone."

30th March 2008 - Series Four Campfire Trailer (Short)

0'19"

Shorter version of the above trailer.

2nd April 2008 - Breakfast

13'44"

David Scillitoe talks to David Tennant about fanmail and how long he'll play the Doctor for before we see a clip from Partners in Crime (further clips appear throughout the reports). Catherine Tate then admits she didn't know there were any aliens besides the Daleks and Elisabeth Sladen explains why she continues to return to the show. Back in the studio, Russell T Davies talks about how youthful Sladen looks, the plot of the first episode, the return of Martha, how long Tennant and Davies will last and the various spinoffs. Two clips from one show.

2nd April 2008 - GMTV

5'38"

After a clip from Partners in Crime, a report from the launch party the previous night. David Tennant talks about how moving Catherine Tate can be, while Tate herself talks about how briefly she considered taking on the role of Donna. Later, after another clip, GMTV's resident gossip columnist talks about how the effects have improved, while Tennant enthuses further about Tate and Tate talks about the Donna/Doctor relationship. Two clips from one show.

2nd April 2008 - Newsround

3'23"

After a clip from Partners in Crime, David Tennant talks about how excited he is about the show and Russell T Davies about how he keeps the show going. Later the same report is run with a different clip and with an added soundbite from Catherine Tate. Two clips from one show.

2nd April 2008 - Wales Today

3'23"

Footage from the launch night, interspersed with clips from Partners in Crime. David Tennant talks about Wales, Catherine Tate about the Doctor/Donna relationship and Russell T Davies speaks of his excitement at working on the show. Simon Pegg also drops in to explain why he's a fan.
Two clips from one show.

4th April 2008 - Friday Night with Jonathan Ross

 

Jonathan Ross introduces David Tennant and Catherine Tate and suggests that Tennant didn't recognise fellow guests Radiohead. Later he shows a clip from the 22nd March trailer and then interviews them - they talk about the structure of the upcoming series, the need for an assistant, the Doctor's alien nature (and whether or not Tennant is attractive), highlights of the upcoming episodes, what Tate was doing as a child instead of watching Doctor Who, her experiences working with the Sontarans, the back referencing of Donna's story, the Doctor's romantic relationships, Tate's cat, Tennant's pets (he's never had any) and Tennant's reactions to fans that hate him. Finally, a clip from Partners in Crime rounds out the promotion. Two clips from one show.

4th April 2008 - The Paul o'Grady Show

13'13"

Prior to the Torchwood finale, TV's Captain Jack Harness [sic] arrives in the form of John Barrowman and talks about the tears during filming, naked experiences, his new show The Kids are Alright (we see a clip) and some of the others shows he's worked on lately.

5th April 2008 - Breakfast


 

13'23"

David Sillito talks to fans Mike Campbell and Adam Rayner about Whovian pride, presents a clip from Partners in Crime, then interviews Russell T Davies about the success of the show. He then chats to some Canadian Tennant fangirls and some young fans. Back in the studio, Nick Briggs demonstrates his Dalek voice and explains how he prepares for the role. He also explains the evolution of the Daleks, his youth and career path and how his voice modulator works. Later, Nick returns with James Strong to tease the evening's episode, talk more about the Dalek voice, working with the team on set, how the Time War started, Davros, working with Catherine Tate, whether Rose will return, whether the Daleks will and why the show has been so successful. Two clips from one show.

25th April 2008 - The Paul o'Grady Show

10'40"

Shane Richie steps in for o'Grady and interviews Freema Agyeman. Agyeman explains how Martha came to return to the series (via Torchwood), working with Catherine Tate, her action figure, attending conventions (she admits to being a fan of Star Trek: The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine), her future plans (Little Dorrit), and the Sontarans (we see a clip from the next episode). She then meets a young fan and talks about David Tennant, the Cybermen and how the TARDIS works.

26th April 2008 - Breakfast

9'07"

A report on the resurrection of Blakes' 7, featuring clips from the series. Dave Golder from SFX compares the series to Doctor Who, discusses the quality of the show, and the resurrection of Battlestar Galactica. Later in the show, the Radiophonic Workshop is discusssed (after a cropped clip from the first Dalek serial) by Dick Mills and Mark Ayres. The two talk about how some of the earliest effects were created and the Doctor Who theme (we are shown a clip of the Hartnell credits). Two clips from one show.

28th April 2008 - Wales Today

3'01"

A report on the BAFTA Cymru awards, with comments from Joan Gruffudd. Doctor Who received six awards, but Russell T Davies spends time talking about the fuss made over the shows he's not involved in.

29th April 2008 - The One Show

4'19"

A look at the return of science fiction to mainstream, With clip from Blakes' Seven, The Sontaran Experiment (both cropped), Battlestar Galactica and Heroes. Richard Edwards of SFX defends fandom before we see a report from the Forbidden Planet shop.

2nd May 2008 - Breakfast

6'03"

An interview with Freema Agyeman about her return to Doctor Who (with appropriate clip). She discussing being submerged in gloop, playing her own evil clone, and fan reaction to Catherine Tate. After a preview clip from the second Sontaran episode she discusses the extras, double-banking and the element of surprise.

14th May 2008 - Newsround

0'23"

A short report on the BBC attacking a knitter for creating patterns based on the Ood and Adipose.

14th May 2008 - Chute

9'31"

Tommy Knight and Daniel Anthony appear semi-in-character as Luke and Clyde in the surreal CBBC show. Clips from Warriors of the Kudlak are used at one point.
Eight clips from one show.

16th May 2008 - Derren Brown: Trick or Treat

2'40"

David Tennant applies to be involved in Trick or Treat. After an introduction repeatedly referencing Doctor Who, David Tennant speaks briefly of his interest in the fourth Doctor. Tennant returns for the series finale several weeks later, but Doctor Who is not mentioned at all.

20th May 2008 - Breakfast

6'55"

An interview with Penelope Wilton. She talks about her career, her current work, being Mary, her work as Harriet Jones (we see a clip from World War Three) and rumours she might be reappearing in that role.

20th May 2008 - BBC News

2'09"

Russell T Davies is quitting! David Sillito expresses his lack of shock, explains Davies' importance in the history of the show and discusses Moffat's credentials.

25th May 2008 - Points of View

1'47"

Clips from The Kids are Alright, Exit Wounds, I'd Do Anything and Eurovision: Your Decision demonstrate that the BBC is possibly overusing John Barrowman.

June 2008 - BBC Wales Promo 1

0'47"

David Tennant narrates an advert for BBC Wales and the joy it brings to the people of Cymru on a regular basis. He also makes a brief in-costume appearance on the TARDIS set (with scaffolding in view).

June 2008 - BBC Wales Promo 2

0'46"

Welsh icon David Tennant shows off his correct pronunciation of "Radio Cymru" in another promo which also sees him talking from the TARDIS set.

June 2008 - Dalek Helmet Advert

0'21"

An advert for the voice-changing Dalek helmet which neatly advoids using the Doctor Who theme itself.

8th June 2008 - The Andrew Marr Show

15'33"

The show opens with an introduction that includes clips from Planet of the Ood and Andrew Marr stepping out of the TARDIS. Later, David Tennant appears, following a clip from Taking Over the Asylum, and talks about his work on that drama, appearing in Hamlet, Doctor Who changing his life, working with several old friends on the new series and being tired after some working days. Later still, after a clip from Partners in Crime, Boris Johnson is threatened by a Dalek and recalls the sea monsters of his youth. Three clips from one show.

8th June 2008 - 50 Greatest TV Endings

1'37"

John Warburton and Clayton Hickman discuss Tom Baker's exit from the show and how rubbish it was. Clips from Logopolis demonstrate that they are, in fact, wrong.

12th June 2008 - Loose Women

6'58"

A clip from Midnight introduces Lesley Sharpe. She talks about envy, working at the National Theatre, being in Doctor Who and her thoughts on The Apprentice.

13th June 2008 - Breakfast

6'02"

Lesley Sharpe promotes Doctor Who. She talks first about her current theatre role, but then goes on to discuss Midnight (we see a clip), covering the basic plot of the episode and how she came to be cast. Two clips from one show.

14th June 2008 - Breakfast

0'11"

A very quick report on Russell T Davies' OBE, with clips of the man in action.

15th June 2008 - 50 Ways to Leave Your TV Lover

3'40"

A look at the top 50 TV breakups ends with clips from Doomsday (quite right too). Clayton Hickman, David Schneider, Anthony Head and John Simm offer their thoughts both on the relationship and on the reinvention of the series.

16th June 2008 - Breakfast

9'10"

Noel Clarke discusses kissing scenes and shows us a clip from Adulthood. He talks about the basis in reality for the film, his original inspiration, knife crime and what led him towards acting in the first place. Doctor Who gets a brief mention as Clarke exclusively reveals Mickey will return...

20th June 2008 - Breakfast

6'24"

Bernard Cribbins talks Doctor Who. After a clip from The Stolen Earth, he discusses the character of Wilf, the differences between Peter Cushing and David Tennant, the Wombles and his current work.

22nd July 2008 - The Stolen Earth Trailer

0'30"

A collection of clips from the series finale overlaid with a Davros soundbite. Two variants: one, only shown on YouTube, removes the "Saturday 7.10" legend.

24th July 2008 - The Making of Me

0'52"

John Barrowman appears in the first episode of this series, and looks at why he might be gay. Doctor Who and Torchwood are mentioned in the opening, but not again throughout the rest of the hour-long show.

5th August 2008 - BBC News at Six

2'45"

A report on the opening of David Tennant's Hamlet, which references Doctor Who several times (including two clips from The Shakespeare Code).

6th August 2008 - Breakfast

1'42"

A quick look back at the premier of Tennant's Hamlet with a clip from The Shakespeare Code and footage of fans squeeing.

25th August 2008 - Don't Miss a Trick

8'56"

A young fan experiences a trip in the TARDIS, thanks to some magicians (the mockup of the TARDIS interior is somewhat unlike the real thing, but let's not criticise the magic, eh.) Later in the show they explain how it was done - all hidden doors and trick photography.

27th August 2008 - The One Show

7'10"

After a clip from the Tom Baker credits and one from The Face of Evil, Louise Jameson joins The One Show team to look for a Leela doll. She talks about the experience of being made into a doll and her disappointment at the likeness. She then meets auctioneer Andrew Reed to discuss investing in Doctor Who merchandise. Fan Tim Waring then shows off his collection and swaps his Leela doll for a jelly baby. The studio team then look at Star Wars, James Bond and Six Million Dollar Man merchandise.

September 2008 - Watch Torchwood Trail 1

0'29"

Clips from Everything Changes and Day One trail a repeat run of the first series of Torchwood on brand new channel Watch.

September 2008 - Watch Torchwood Trail 2

0'09"

Clips from Everything Changes, Day One and Cyberwoman trail a repeat run of the first series of Torchwood on brand new channel Watch.

17th September 2008 - North West Tonight

2'11"

A report on the biggest pom-pom in the world and the most amount of Daleks in one place at one time, along with other records set in the North West.

18th September 2008 - Breakfast

7'28"

Russell T Davies and Benjamin Cook promote The Writer's Tale. After a clip from Voyage of the Damned, they discuss the casting of Kylie Minogue, the idea behind the book, the approach to writing, Cook's involvement in the scripts themselves and Davies' guide to being a writer. Two clips.

October 2008 - Sarah Jane Adventures Series Two Trailer 1

0'09"

A brief flash of the logo advertising the start of the new series.

October 2008 - Sarah Jane Adventures Series Two Trailer 2

0'20"

A quick collection of clips followed by the logo as in trailer 1.

October 2008 - Sarah Jane Adventures Series Two Trailer 3

0'20"

A collection of clips introduced by Clyde in-character.

12th October 2008 - BBC News

13'52"

A report on the Cheltenham Literature Festival. After a clip from Voyage of the Damned, Russell T Davies promotes The Writer's Tale and also talks about his inspiration, his confidence in the changes he made to Doctor Who (we see a clip from Journey's End), his decision to leave and whether it was planned, romance in the series, his regrets, the so-called gay agenda, whether or not he'd want to reboot other shows (he doesn't) and who is favourite character is. Later, John Barrowman talks about his biography, his work in reality TV, working with his sister and meeting the fans. Two clips.

13th October 2008 - Doctors: Series 10, Episode 16 - The Lollipop Man

28'03"

Sylvester McCoy guest stars in the long running daytime medical drama. portraying actor Graham Capelli. Capelli had found fame years previously as a time travelling alien in a children's TV show called The Amazing Lollipop Man, and since has found his life revolving around attending conventions in his old costume (which he doesn't quite fit into any more) and hoping for a revival. Writer David Semple is a long-time fan of Doctor Who and has confirmed the quite obvious parallels.

25th October 2008 - TMI

10'02"

The cast of Sarah Jane Adventures join the Saturday morning show. After a clip from Secrets of the Stars, Elisabeth Sladen talks about the plot of the latest episode, Anjli Mohindra discusses her casting and Tommy Knight claims not to be entirely human (speaking in character). Two clips from one show.

29th October 2008 - National Television Awards

13'23"

Doctor Who goes up against Deseperate Housewives, Shameless and The Bill. Our favourite show wins and Catherine Tate accepts the award (sharing the stage with Russell T Davies, Noel Clarke, Camille Codouri and Elisabeth Sladen), thanking everyone for their work. Later, David Tennant wins the award for Outstanding Drama Performance (with a clip from Journey's End proving his ability) beating off Alex Walkinshaw (from The Bill), Catherine Tate (another Journey's End clip) and Philip Glenister (of Ashes to Ashes). He accepts his speech via videofeed during an interval in Hamlet, and shocks the world by announcing he will be leaving Doctor Who. Two clips from one night.

29th October 2008 - NTA Backstage Exclusive

3'06"

Before Tennant's shock announcement at the TV awards, the behind-the-scenes show grabs Catherine Tate and Russell T Davies for comment. They talk about Tennant's  non-appearance and Tate's future. Later, after winning the Best Drama award, Davies (flanked by Tate, Noel Clarke, Camille Codouri and Elisabeth Sladen) talks about Donna and the Doctor "having it off" and we then relive Tennant's Best Actor acceptance speech. Two clips from one show.

29th October 2008 - BBC News at Ten

3'29"

An early report on Tennant's exit, including a clip from Rise of the Cybermen, Parting of the Ways and the ceremony from earlier that night. Tennant gives his only interview on the matter here, explaining that he expects the role to be with him forever. With clips from Forest of the Dead, speculation is made regarding his replacement. Two clips from one show.

29th October 2008 - BBC News

1'45"

While looking at the following day's headlines, Tennant's resignation from the role is discussed, with a supporting clip from his announcement.

30th October 2008 - Breakfast

13'41"

A brief mention of Tennant's shock decision to leave Doctor Who, and later a longer discussion of the event as Lizo interviews Tennant exclusively about his memories of the last three years and the hosts discuss the possible replacements. Later in the show, the same topic is covered three times more. Clips from Voyage of the Damned, Parting of the Ways, The Christmas Invasion, The Unicorn and the Wasp and The Stolen Earth. Five clips from one show.

30th October 2008 - GMTV


 

14'07"

A short report featuring a clip from the TV awards, Tennant talking about his reasons for going, the pseudo-regeneration from The Stolen Earth and Tate at the awards talking about David. Later, the same report is run with an extra clip from The Stolen Earth, a phone interview with John Barrowman and a soundbite from Russell T Davies on his reaction. Later the report is run a third time and Sylvester McCoy is interviewed via videolink in Newcastle (he seems to believe he's outside, as per the photo blowup behind him). McCoy offers his thoughts on Tennant's decision, why McCoy himself decided to leave (fantastic research by GMTV there), Tom Baker doing it for years and his idea for the next Doctor (he suggests Andrew Sachs and talks about the first Doctor and his granddaughter Sarah-Jane - so McCoy does good research too).  Later on, during discussion of the TV Awards, Tennant's exit comes up again - some viewers send in their suggestions. Later still, the version of the report with Barrowman and Davies is run yet again, this time with clips of McCoy added. After a clip from Midnight, some fans give their reactions and then Lucie Cavie (GMTV's TV "expert") examines his decision in detail and throws out some rumours for his replacement. Five clips from one show.

30th October 2008 - BBC News

3'59"

A report on Tennant's exit. Badly squashed clips from The Five Doctors show us some past Doctors along with some from The Satan Pit and Rose for more recent ones (no Hartnell/Hurndell at all though). Mark Cossey (of Doctor Who Confidential) talks about the fan reaction and why Tennant has been so popular, over clips from Journey's End and Forest of the Dead. Cossey wonders if a woman will be the Doctor but refuses to speculate further.

30th October 2008 - Newsround

6'31"

A report on Tennant's exit, with clips from Voyage of the Damned, The Parting of the Ways and the TV awards themselves. Later, there is further discussion about his possible replacement (with clips from Rise of the Cybermen and Forest of the Dead) and reactions from some of his youngest fans. Moray Laing also talks about the rumours, including Robert Carlyle, Eddie Izzard and John Simm. Later on, the replacement discussion is rerun but this time with David Tennant reassuring us that he's still got a few more episodes to go. Three clips from one show.

31st October 2008 - Richard and Judy's New Position

19'31"

Russell T Davies talks about the future of Doctor Who (and leaving the show next year), his successes making the format work for a new generation, the concept of The Writer's Tale and the tension he felt during the broadcast of Rose (we see a cut down clip of the Doctor and Rose meeting). Benjamin Cook briefly drops in to talk about working with Russell before we see a clip from Voyage of the Damned and Davies discusses Kylie Minogue and casting Catherine Tate (we see a clip from Stolen Earth). After a commercial break, some fans bob for apples and then get to ask Russell questions of their own: who was his writing influence from the old series (Robert Holmes), and which original series story would he remake if any (Evil of the Daleks). Gavin Fuller, of Mastermind fame, also appears. Later in the show, pumpkin sculpters show off their Doctor Who related creations.

31st October 2008 - Have I Got News For You

2'34"

Tom Baker hosts the topical news show, and as such a total of four references are made to Doctor Who.

3rd November 2008 - Breakfast

10'16"

David Tennant explains his reasons for leaving before a montage of his most memorable moments (The Parting of the Ways, The Christmas Invasion, Smith and Jones, Partners in Crime, The Stolen Earth and Voyage of the Damned). He then discusses the possibility of regretting his decision, talking to Moffat about leaving, whether he'd return for a film or to direct, his replacement, his favourite episode (he remains vague), working with Russell and his current work on Hamlet.

8th November 2008 - BBC America Series Four Trailer

0'32"

Clips from the fourth series, largely Journey's End.

8th November 2008 - BBC America Series Four Promo

1'10"

Clips from the fourth series, largely Journey's End, along with soundbites from Steven Moffat about the nature of the show.

8th November 2008 - BBC America Series Four Launch Trail

0'19"

Clips from Journey's End and also the Graham Norton show first broadcast 27th March 2007.

8th November 2008 - Breakfast

2'45"

A report on the Children in Need competition to win a tour of the TARDIS, exploring the TARDIS and discussing the importance of Russell T Davies. Tennant's departure also comes up.

10th November 2008 - Wales Today

2'50"

After a montage of clips from The Runaway Bride, The Unicorn and the Wasp, The Fires of Pompeii, Planet of the Ood, Doomsday and Journey's End, Russell T Davies speaks of his joy at allowing Children in Need competition winners access to the set. Next, the fans are interviewed about their love for the show and we see the Torchwood set.

25th November 2008 - Children in Need

3'17"

An exclusive preview of The Next Doctor, presenting the entire teaser scene.