The David Tennant Treat 4 Today is a brief clip of David Tennant for the Children In Need Doctor Who tour. The video was played to the winners of a competition who toured the Doctor Who studios with showrunner Russell T Davies as a special guide. Apologies if this video does not play in your country.
The David Tennant Treat 4 Today is the fourth and final clip of David Tennant's appearance at the television show Ready Steady Cook. David Tennant appeared in the show with his father in 2006. Apologies if this video does not play in your country.
The David Tennant Treat 4 Today is the trailer for Doctor Who Series Two. David Tennant appears in the trailer as the Tenth Doctor and Billie Piper as Rose Tyler. This was the first full series of Doctor Who with David Tennant as The Doctor. Today we chose a Doctor Who video as it was 14 years ago today that David first appeared on television as the Tenth Doctor! Apologies if this video does not play in your country.
The David Tennant Treat 4 Today is a question and answer session with David Tennant which was published by The Guardian in 1999. The short interview was to promote the movie LA Without A Map. David Tennant starred as Richard in LA Without A Map who was an undertaker and aspiring author who set off from Bradford to try his luck in Hollywood. Link to read the interview.
The David Tennant Treat 4 Today is a graphic which was posted on Tumblr. The graphic shows all David Tennant's film and television roles (70 in total including commercials) between 1987 and 2013. The author also included a cheat sheet. Link to view the graphic.
The David Tennant Treat 4 Today is the third part of David Tennant's appearance on the television show Ready Steady Cook in April 2006. David Tennant was a guest in the show with his father. Apologies if this video does not play in your country.
The David Tennant Treat 4 Today is a clip from Doctor Who Confidential. In this clip David Tennant, Russell T Davies and Steven Moffatt with other Doctor Who writers discuss cutting lines from the script to fit into an episode. Apologies if this video does not play in your country.
The David Tennant Treat 4 Today is a MP3 of David Tennant in the first episode of the BBC Radio Four comedy The Gobetweenies. David Tennant starred as Joe in this four part comedy which was first broadcast on BBC Radio Four in May 2011. This episode is called Meet The Millers. Link to listen to the MP3. Please do not link directly to the MP3 if you post this elsewhere but rather link to this page. Please note this MP3 may not play in all browsers.
The David Tennant Treat 4 Today is a video of a very young David Tennant in the 2001 short movie Sweet Night Good Heart. David Tennant starred in the short movie as Pete who was a man trying to make a big change in his life. Apologies if this video does not play in your country.
The David Tennant Treat 4 Today is the second part of David Tennant's appearance on the television show Ready Steady Cook. David appeared in the show with his father in April 2006. Apologies if this video does not play in your country.
The David Tennant Treat 4 Today is a clip of David Tennant from when he was a guest on the Graham Norton Show in 2009. David's appearance was to promote his final episodes as the Tenth Doctor in Doctor Who before leaving the show. In this clip Graham Norton asked David if he had met Matt Smith (who was replacing him as The Doctor) on set yet. Apologies if this video does not play in your country.
The David Tennant Treat 4 Today is a lovely article by comedian Julian Clary from February 2015 which appeared in The Independent about David Tennant's amazing first round on Just A Minute in which he was the first panellist in its 47 year history to ever speak for the full sixty seconds on a given subject 'without hesitation, repetition or deviation' in his first round on the show. The sub-title of the article is 'There was no inkling of what David Tennant was about to achieve. It must have felt like an out-of-body experience. How us Just A Minute regulars witnessed the most amazing debut in the show’s history.' As The Independent is behind a paywall for some people, the part of the article related to David Tennant is: 'The wild and euphoric applause that greeted David Tennant’s debut on Radio 4’s Just A Minute on Monday didn’t only come from the studio audience – the other panellists (Stephen Fry, Paul Merton and I) joined in the rapture, as did the chairman Nicholas Parsons, the whistle blower, the producer and even the surly BBC security. Tennant had managed to do something unprecedented in the show’s 50-year history and we all knew we had seen something brilliant and thrilling: first time on the show and indeed the first time he opened his mouth, he spoke for the full 60 seconds without hesitation, repetition or deviation on the subject Exit, Pursued by a Bear. This is the verbal equivalent of a record-breaking pole vault performed by someone who was a stranger to the pole. Tennant’s command of the airwaves may not quite go down in history alongside Edward VIII’s abdication speech, but for the many Just A Minute fans around the world it isn’t far off.' Julian Clary then wrote about his own first appearance on the show and concluded: 'These days Just A Minute is recorded at the BBC Radio Theatre in Portland Place, London. When we all meet in the Green Room before the recording newcomers are sometimes nearly incontinent with nerves. Remembering my initiation, I always try to be sympathetic and say something reassuring, like "Just throw yourself into it, that’s my advice." Very similar to the director Gerard Damiano’s advice to Linda Lovelace, I expect. Young David paced up and down and had a look of fierce determination about him, but really there was no inkling of what he was about to achieve. By comparison it took me about 10 years to get the hang of JAM. The problem is that the brain has to multi-task content, vocabulary and delivery in a frankly unnatural way. I swear I saw steam coming out of Terry Wogan’s ears when he did it for the first time. Then, more importantly, there’s the pressure of getting laughs on top of all the other things you have to worry about. You can’t savour the laugh you get, either, because that would be perceived as hesitation. So you plough on. Then somewhere in your mind you criticise your own technique, which is fatal and causes a lapse in concentration, so you deviate or repeat and are buzzed anyway. It’s a minefield! On the rare occasions when I have managed an uninterrupted minute, deftly avoiding all the obstacles involved, it’s as if the planets have aligned in my favour. There is no thrill quite like it. For David Tennant achieving this on his first try must be like having an out-of-body experience. Clever man. And nice cheek bones, too. No wonder we all roared our admiration.' Source: The Independent
The David Tennant Treat 4 Today is a series of high quality photos of David Tennant at the Good Omens press conference in Beverly Hills, California in April which were released by Getty Images. David Tennant and Micheal Sheen star in the adaptation of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s comedy Good Omens. The six part television series was released on Amazon Prime on Friday 31st May and will be shown on BBC Two probably in November. Television channels where it will be broadcast in other countries have not been announced yet. Please scroll down to see the full batch of photos.
The David Tennant Treat 4 Today is a video of David Tennant as the Tenth Doctor with all the Easter Eggs which were featured in the Doctor Who Series Three episode Blink. The video was included as an extra feature in the Doctor Who Series Three DVD box-set and is just The Doctor's part of the conversation with Sally Sparrow with pauses during his speech to allow her responses to be slotted in. Apologies if this video does not play in your country.
The David Tennant Treat 4 Today is the first part of David Tennant's appearance on the television show Ready Steady Cook in 2006. David Tennant appeared in the show with his father. Apologies if this video does not play in your country.
The David Tennant Treat 4 Today is a clip of David Tennant from his Question And Answer panel at Wizard World Madison fan convention in April 2016. In this clip he discussed the fact he sometimes used an English accent for filming rather then his natural Scottish one. Apologies if this video does not play in your country.
The David Tennant Treat 4 Today are some screencaps from the fifth episode of There She Goes. David Tennant and Jessica Hynes starred in the comedy drama which consisted of five 30 minute episodes that explored day-to-day life with a severely disabled child including unique experiences from simply trying to take her to the park to trying to explain that everyday isn’t her birthday. A second timeline in 2006 showed the effect having a severely disabled child had on the family unit, how it threatened to disintegrate but ultimately brought them even closer. The show was broadcast in the UK on BBC Four from Tuesday 16th October 2018. The fifth episode was titled Ben. Clicking on any photo will show a larger version.