This video is a part ofÂ David Tennant’s video diaries from Doctor Who series 3 about The Runaway Bride. The episode was featuring Catherine Tate (Donna Noble) and Sarah Parish (Empress of the Racnoss).
Â Coverage of the biggest annual North American Doctor Who Convention, Gallifrey One. There have been interviewed some guest stars in the show, but also a few guests and celebrities, such as Paul McGann, Eric Roberts, John DeLancie, Louise Jameson, Mark Sheppard, Grant Imahara, and more. Plus awesome costumes and props galore!
Â This video is from a local NJ Public Broadcasting TV station in 1984 that ran Dr. Who. The poorish quality is due to the fact that the person who originally recorded it used the cheap VHS (6 hour) recording speed (back then video tapes were expensive). The guests shown are Sarah Sutton and Ian Marter.
Â The video is a tribute to the one of the best TV shows ever made. It passed 50 years from William to Matt, from An Unearthy Child to The Doctor The Widow and The Wardroube. I’ve been watching only the last 6 seasons and I love it.
The video was made by Jennie Fava and it was edited by Geraint Huw Reynolds. It’s interesting to find more about the people behind Doctor Who series, to put a face to a name… and it’s also fun (the video).Â Â It was made for the end of David Tennant’s tenure as the Doctor.
Â Cardiff International Comic and Animation Expo 2012
happened in 25th and 26th February. I put this video composed from pictures taken there because Doctor Who was a part of the expo. Just watch the video, see and enjoy. 🙂
I consider the video as fun, but some might consider it something bad. It’s a fan made video that combines scenes from Sherlock and Doctor Who. It’s description from youtube contains the following text.
“The Weeping Angels have found their way to London, but The Doctor is trapped in time. It is down to Sherlock and John to save everyone, but the Angels already have the TARDIS.”
I’m amazed no one has thought of the name ‘A Study in Blink’ as a combination of ‘A Study in Pink’ and ‘Blink’ before, so I HAD to get in there. The Weeping Angels seemed a good match for Sherlock, what with them being psychopaths and him a borderline sociopath.
As I wrote in the description of this website, its purpose is to provide information about the Doctor Who series, characters and actors. The next video has nothing to do with the series itself, butÂ David Tennant (Doctor Who number 10) and Catherine Tate (Donna Noble) appear together on stage for the first time in William Shakespeare’s timeless comedy Much Ado About Nothing. From my personal point of view it’s interesting to see how two actors that performed so well on the screen are performing on the theater stage.
Two young lovers, Claudio and Hero, are to be married imminently but the devious scheming of a resentful Prince looks set to thwart the nuptials. Meanwhile, marriage seems inconceivable for reluctant lovers Beatrice and Benedick whose endless witty sparring threatens to keep them apart forever.
Directed by Josie Rourke, Artistic Director of the Donmar Warehouse, Much Ado About Nothing is one of Shakespeare’s great plays and reminds us all of the failings and triumphs of the human condition in our never ending search for perfect love.