The David Tennant Treat 4 Today is something slightly different as it is a blog written by someone who prepared the food which was to be shown on-screen during David Tennant's US pilot Rex Is Not Your Lawyer.
First of all the answer to the question from the David Tennant Treat 4 Today yesterday. Several people thought the photo was from the Doctor Who episode The Voyage Of The Damned but in fact it was from the scene in the cathedral in The Lazarus Experiment.
The David Tennant Treat 4 Today is an interview with David Tennant which was printed in The Guardian on 1st January 2005. When he did that interview, I'm sure he could not imagine how much his life was going to change that year!
The David Tennant Treat 4 Today is from the Christian O'Connell Breakfast Show yesterday on Absolute Radio.
As you know, David Tennant recorded a version of Gold which was played on the show and this clip contains Christian and his team's comments about David's recital, including Christian reading out a text from David.
Many thanks to Monika B for telling us about the clip.
The David Tennant Treat 4 Today is a piece of David Tennant history as (I believe) it was the first time that rumours about him playing in Hamlet for the Royal Shakespeare Company was printed by a British national newspaper.
There had been mutterings online that he may have been in talks but Baz Bamigboye of the Daily Mail was the first to write it in a newspaper. Although lots of people make snide remarks about the Daily Mail, Baz has a good reputation for getting the news first as he did on this occasion.
The David Tennant Treat 4 Today is the little blurb which was posted in the TV Choice television listings magazine the week which the Doctor Who episode Fear Her (based during the London 2012 Olympics) was televised.
It's a slightly unusual David Tennant Treat 4 Today we're posting today! You can call it self-indulgence or just preserving it for prosperity!
Apart from the David Tennant Diary Dates, the main page of DavidTennantOnTwitter.com frequently changes to reflect David Tennant's latest projects. For example currently there are items about David's appearances at TCA and on Attack Of The Show and also his filming projects The Politician's Husband and Broadchurch, as well as about him appearing at two fan conventions, plus items about the David Tennant Treat 4 Today and Twitter.
However the first two items (TCA and on Attack Of The Show) will soon be removed as they are now in the past.
Therefore the David Tennant Treat 4 Today are five items which were on the main page near the beginning of the year but have been removed as they were out of date. The items appear below as they did when they were removed from the main page:
Much Ado About Nothing
David Tennant and Catherine Tate performed Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing at the Wyndham Theatre in London from 16th May until 3rd September 2011.
Digital Theatre have made this production available to download here.
On 27th January the BBC Radio Drama newsletter reported that David Tennant was recording a new Stephen Wakelam play that week called Waiting For The Boatman. It will be broadcast in the Afternoon Play slot on BBC Radio Four on Friday 9th March. More information on Waiting For The Boatman.
David Tennant to read Silver: Return To Treasure Island audiobook
David Tennant has been announced as the actor who will read the audiobook Silver: Return To Treasure Island. The book was written by Sir Andrew Motion and is the official audiobook sequel to the Robert Louis Stevenson classic. The audiobook is released on 15th June and consists of 12 CDs as it is the unabridged version. More information on David Tennant and Silver: Return To Treasure Island.
David Tennant narrated this nature documentary series which used state of the art camera techniques including cameras flown beside the birds in flight.A new episode was broadcast each Thursday evenings on BBC One from 29th December until 26th January 2012.
A special "behind the scenes" episode was broadcast on Sunday (29th) at 4pm.
Wild About Pandas
David Tennant narrates the documentary Wild About Pandas which was initially broadcast on BBC One Scotland on Wednesday 1st February. and was then broadcast all over Britain on Friday 10th February on BBC Two.The documentary explores the lives of giant pandas Tian Tian and Yang Guang and the preparations made for their transfer to Edinburgh Zoo. More information about Wild About Pandas.