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1. Top Gear (2002 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #18.5 (2012)
Jeremy Clarkson and James May pay tribute to quirky Swedish car maker Saab. Meanwhile, Richard Hammond races a rocket-powered flying man against a rally-spec Skoda. Plus, current Doctor Who, Matt Smith, is the star in the Reasonably Priced Car.
2. Patient Zero (2017)
In the pandemic thriller, Patient Zero, humanity is battling intelligent, adrenaline-fueled creatures born from a viral super-strain. After being bitten, human survivor Morgan (Matt Smith) realizes he is asymptomatic and can communicate with the infected, leading the last survivors on a hunt for Patient Zero and a cure.
3. Party Animals (2007 TV Series)
Like most twenty-somethings, Scott, Danny, Ashika and Kirsty spend much of their day worrying about love, sex, friendship and paying the rent. Unlike most twenty-somethings, the rest of the time they're worrying about running the country. Party Animals takes a look at Westminster from the ground up - the young researchers and advisers shouldering huge responsibility in a frantic, high-stakes world. It's no wonder their personal lives are so messy. Starring Doctor Who actor Matt Smith.
4. Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited (2013 Mini-Series)
Episode: The Eleventh Doctor (2013)
The Eleventh Doctor, played by Matt Smith, arrived on screen lively, funny but wise. Join the Doctors Revisited as we examine the human side of this Doctor and take a look at how his 950 years have affected him. Featuring interviews with Matt Smith and Jenna Coleman, we take a look at the Doctor's new companion Clara Oswald and catch a glimpse of the Doctor's very frightening foe The Silence.
5. Talking Who (2011 TV Series)
Episode: Doctor Who Movie Talk (2011)
The idea of a Doctor Who Hollywood movie is the subject of discussion on this week's show along with Sean answering your questions about the 11th Hour Doctor Who Convention in 2012 featuring the first UK convention appearance by Matt Smith.
6. The 3 Minute Update (2012 TV Series)
Episode: November 11, 2013 (2013)
ENTERTAINMENT- Miley Cyrus lit a joint ONSTAGE at the EMAs! See Who Won Big at the EMAs! Katy Perry Sports Suspicious Diamond Ring! Matt Smith's 'Perfect' Doctor Who Exit. Seth MacFarlane's New Animation Series! SPORTS- NFL Week 10 Wrap-Up. Saints Offense Sets NFL Record! Knicks Just Keep Getting Worse. Peyton Manning on Injury Watch. Lionel Messi Out Again With Injury. BUSINESS- Amazon Delivers on Sundays in New York and Los Angeles! Apple Starts Work on the Next iPhone. Target Joins Other Stores Opening Early Thanksgiving. European Union and U.S. back to Bargaining. Flybe Announces Plans to Cut Jobs. FASHION- Michael Bastian's First Pop-Up Shop! Granddaughter of Estee Lauder Builds Her Own Empire. Cristina Ortiz Does a Jewerly Collection! New Jeans Fix Cellulite! Tory Burch's Stepkids Launch New Fashion Line! TECHNOLOGY- iPad Mini Display Issues! Driverless Cars Hit London Streets! Budget-Friendly Android Tablet! Google Glass Comes With Prescriptions. Boost Mobile Offers iPhone 5S and 5C! GAMING- World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor Announced. Get the PS Vita Bug Fix! Beta Sign-Up for Heroes of The Storm Available! Burial at Sea: Episode One Reviewed. XCom: Enemy Within Better than Enemy Unknown?
7. BBC Proms (2010 TV Series)
Episode: Prom 10: Doctor Who at the Proms (2010)
Doctor Who went to the Proms in 2010 with a concert hosted by the Doctor's then companions - Karen Gillan (Amy Pond) and Arthur Darvill (Rory Williams). Featuring a special guest appearance by Matt Smith (The Eleventh Doctor), the performance features Murray Gold's music for the television series, including his latest re-imagining of Ron Grainier's classic theme tune.
8. Doctor Who: The Ultimate Guide (2010 Documentary)
Journey into the Doctor Who universe, get to know the character of the Doctor and his universe through exclusive interviews with Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and David Tennant as well as show runners Steven Moffat and Russell T Davies and producers Piers Wenger and Julie Gardner.
9. Victoria Wood's Nice Cup of Tea (2013 Mini-Series)
Comedy legend Victoria Wood travels the globe to explore Britain's love affair with tea in a two part special on the little plant that changed the world. From the back streets of Kolkata to the mega city of Shanghai, Victoria reveals how the cozy cuppa united east and west, triggered wars and helped us win them. Along the way she peeks into a fascinating world of chai wallahs, opium smokers, Assam tea pickers and grumpy elephants. She asks: how did this strange exotic leaf become such an important part of British life? In Britain, Victoria visits Woburn Abbey, Blackpool and Harrogate - where she mugs up on the history - and learns how to slurp and spit. She shares a cuppa with Graham Norton and Doctor Who actor Matt Smith. In New York, home of the tea bag, she warms the pot with musician and self-confessed tea addict Morrissey. What is it about tea we love so much, and how did we all end up hooked? Put the kettle on for a nice cup of tea with Victoria Wood.
10. Victoria Wood's Nice Cup of Tea (2013 Mini-Series)
Episode: Episode #1.2 (2013)
Comedy legend Victoria Wood travels the globe to explore Britain's love affair with tea in a two-part special on the little plant that changed the world. In Britain, Victoria visits Woburn Abbey, Blackpool and Harrogate - where she mugs up on the history - and learns how to slurp and spit. She shares a cuppa with Graham Norton and Doctor Who actor Matt Smith. In New York, home of the tea bag, she warms the pot with musician and self-confessed tea addict Morrissey. What is it about tea we love so much, and how did we all end up hooked? Put the kettle on for a nice cup of tea with Victoria Wood.
11. The Nerdist (2011 TV Special)
Based on the popular Nerdist blog and podcast, Nerdist creator and Doctor Who superfan Chris Hardwick sits down with comedian and chat show host Craig Ferguson and Doctor Who's Matt Smith for this half hour special where they chat on all things nerds love, from pop culture and news to tech trends and more.
12. My Last Year with the Nuns (2014 Documentary)
In Smith's autobiographical monologue My Last Year with the Nuns, the universe of his younger self is about ten blocks long. He and his friends roamed the heavily Catholic Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle, wandering from St. Joseph's Church to the Seattle Times newspaper shack, from school playgrounds to a murky and tangled ravine that cuts through the city. The paper shack lies right on the edge of the racial "red line" drawn to enforce the era's prejudice, providing a rare forum where white and black kids come together for a few minutes each day before returning to their segregated streets. Smith's stories - about the young hooligans he admired but couldn't bring himself to emulate; about the nun who tried, sometimes cruelly, to steer him and his friends on the path to righteousness; about a fleeting friendship with a black kid that gives him an unexpected view of escalating trouble - find jolting humor in serious events. My Last Year with the Nuns gathered critical and popular acclaim for Smith's dynamic performance and trenchant writing. My Last Year with the Nuns was filmed on the locations where the episodes take place. The public face of Capitol Hill (the churches, houses, and streets) as well as its back alleys and empty lots will frame and illustrate the lives of young Matt and his friends. The story remain a monologue: Smith plays all the parts, from his 8th grade self to the nuns of St. Joseph's parish to the various kids, some innocent, some dangerously rough, who populated his world. The film mixes performance shots in front of a live audience with scenes shot on location, adding texture and context to Smith's vivid tales.
In Matt Smith's autobiographical tale 'My Last Year with the Nuns,' the universe of his 8th grade self is about ten blocks long. Smith and his friends roam the heavily Catholic Capitol Hill neighborhoods of Seattle, Washington in the late 1960s wandering from St. Joseph's Church to the Seattle Times newspaper shack, from school playgrounds to a murky and tangled ravine that cuts through the city. The paper shack lies on the edge of the racial 'red line' drawn to enforce the era's prejudice, providing a rare forum where white and black kids come together for a few minutes each day before returning to their segregated streets and lives.
13. Nowhere to Be Found (2015 Documentary)
Matt Smith, an openly gay young man in conservative South Carolina, reflects on his first relationship with a man and the tragic end to their time together. This powerful portrait examines the difficulties of being gay in rural America, the strength to overcome deep personal pain, and the hope for acceptance.
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