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"Doctor Who Confidential" The Eleventh Doctor (2009)

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Original Air Date:
3 January 2009 (Season 4, Episode 15)
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A look at the previous ten Doctors, in which the identity of the upcoming Eleventh Doctor is officially revealed. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Anthony Head ... Himself - Narrator (voice) (also archive footage)
Jane Tranter ... Herself

David Tennant ... Himself

Steven Moffat ... Himself
Julie Gardner ... Herself

Christopher Eccleston ... The Doctor (archive footage)

Russell T. Davies ... Himself

William Hartnell ... The Doctor (archive footage)

Patrick Troughton ... The Doctor (archive footage)

Jon Pertwee ... The Doctor (archive footage)

Elisabeth Sladen ... Herself
Piers Wenger ... Himself

Tom Baker ... The Doctor (archive footage)

Peter Davison ... The Doctor (archive footage)

Colin Baker ... The Doctor (archive footage)

Sylvester McCoy ... The Doctor (archive footage)

Paul McGann ... The Doctor (archive footage)

Matt Smith ... Himself
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Freema Agyeman ... Martha Jones (archive footage) (uncredited)
Anthony Ainley ... The Master (archive footage) (uncredited)
George Alagiah ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Sophie Aldred ... Ace (archive footage) (uncredited)

Daphne Ashbrook ... Grace (archive footage) (uncredited)

John Barrowman ... Captain Jack Harkness (archive footage) (uncredited)
Lynda Bellingham ... The Inquisitor (archive footage) (uncredited)
Stewart Bevan ... Clifford Jones (archive footage) (uncredited)

Nicholas Briggs ... Dalek (archive footage) (voice) (uncredited)

Nicola Bryant ... Peri Brown (archive footage) (uncredited)

Andrew Buchan ... Scott Foster (archive footage) (uncredited)
Raquel Cassidy ... Jo Porter (archive footage) (uncredited)

Noel Clarke ... Mickey Smith (archive footage) (uncredited)

Christina Cole ... Lilith (archive footage) (uncredited)

Nicholas Courtney ... Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart (archive footage) (uncredited)
Bill Croft ... Motorcycle Policeman (archive footage) (uncredited)
David Daker ... Rigg (archive footage) (uncredited)

Janet Fielding ... Tegan Jovanka (archive footage) (uncredited)

Carole Ann Ford ... Susan Foreman (archive footage) (uncredited)

Mark Gatiss ... Lazarus (archive footage) (uncredited)

Sean Gilder ... Sycorax Leader (archive footage) (uncredited)

Julian Glover ... Count Scarloni (archive footage) (uncredited)
Jacqueline Hill ... Barbara Wright (archive footage) (uncredited)

Frazer Hines ... Jamie McCrimmon (archive footage) (uncredited)

Jessica Hynes ... Joan Redfern (archive footage) (uncredited)
Jo Joyner ... Lynda Moss (archive footage) (uncredited)
Bonnie Langford ... Melanie Bush (archive footage) (uncredited)

John Levene ... Sgt. Benton (archive footage) (uncredited)
Ian Marter ... Harry Sullivan (archive footage) (uncredited)

Kylie Minogue ... Astrid Peth (archive footage) (uncredited)

David Morrissey ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Sophia Myles ... Reinette (archive footage) (uncredited)
Maureen O'Brien ... Vicki (archive footage) (uncredited)

Kate O'Mara ... The Rani (archive footage) (uncredited)
Wendy Padbury ... Zoe Heriot (archive footage) (uncredited)

Sarah Parish ... Empress (archive footage) (uncredited)

Billie Piper ... Rose Tyler (archive footage) (uncredited)

Jeff Rawle ... Plantagenet (archive footage) (uncredited)

Andrea Riseborough ... Kirsty MacKenzie (archive footage) (uncredited)

Eric Roberts ... The Master (archive footage) (uncredited)
William Russell ... Ian Chesterton (archive footage) (uncredited)

Catherine Schell ... Countess Scarlioni (archive footage) (uncredited)

John Simm ... The Master (archive footage) (uncredited)

Mark Strickson ... Turlough (archive footage) (uncredited)

Mary Tamm ... Romana (archive footage) (uncredited)

Catherine Tate ... Donna Noble (archive footage) (uncredited)
Bill Turnbull ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Lalla Ward ... Romana (archive footage) (uncredited)

Matthew Waterhouse ... Adric (archive footage) (uncredited)

Deborah Watling ... Victoria Waterfield (archive footage) (uncredited)
Sian Williams ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Produced by
Mark Cossey .... executive producer
Russell T. Davies .... executive producer: Doctor Who
Julie Gardner .... executive producer: Doctor Who
Ian Hay .... assistant producer
Steven Moffat .... executive producer: Doctor Who
Zoe Rushton .... producer (as Zoë Rushton)
Gillane Seaborne .... series producer
Piers Wenger .... executive producer: Doctor Who
 
Film Editing by
James Brailsford 
Rob Mansell 
 
Production Management
Katy Cartwright .... production manager
 
Sound Department
Mark Ferda .... dubbing mixer
Steve Hoy .... sound
 
Camera and Electrical Department
John Shuker .... camera assistant
Andy Smith .... camera operator
Richard Stevenson .... camera operator
 
Other crew
Stan Matthews .... production executive
Kevin Rickwood .... production accountant
Claire Riley .... runner
Robert Wootton .... researcher (as Rob Wootton)
 
Crew believed to be complete



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35 min
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5 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
The Man Who Put The Who ? In To Doctor Who, 22 April 2009
Author: Theo Robertson from Isle Of Bute, Scotland

January the third 2009 is a date that saw the world holding its breath . Months of speculation were about to come to ahead . David Tennant was leaving DOCTOR WHO and everyone was shuddering as to who would replace Scotland's answer to Dick Van Dyke in the title role . The signs weren't good . For months speculation was that we'd be seeing the first ever black Doctor in the shape of Paterson Joseph . Would the audience be ready for Joseph ? Would Joseph break the habit of a lifetime and actually invest in acting lessons ? Would Joseph's career be cut short in the meantime by a fatal attack of woodworm ? We'd have to wait and see

The day dawned and news outlets such as Sky and the BBC evening news gave a shortlist of contenders , all of which had Paterson Joseph as a near certainty for the title role . One could only hope against hope , especially since Joseph had effectively been written out of SURVIVORS where his character was shot and left dying in a pool of sawdust . DOCTOR WHO CONFIDENTIAL was broadcast immediately after the BBC news and right away it was revealed that the actor playing the Doctor would be the youngest ever . Orgasmic euphoria swept over me when that ruled out Joseph . However that brought about a post coital headache when I realised we wouldn't be seeing Robert Carlyle , James Nesbitt , David Morrisey or Chiwetel Ejiofor in the role

My thoughts were broken by the amount of hype spewing out of the mouths of the interviewees . Jane Tranter , Russell T Davies , Steven Moffatt and David Tennant were all unanimous that the show would go from strength to strength under this actor . RTD especially was falling over himself in the sycophancy stakes : " Oh when I heard he'd been cast I was soooooooo jealous " . Then the new Doctor was revealed as : Matt Smith

At this point millions of people across the globe shouted out the title of their favourite show . Well the second half of the title as we were introduced to somebody nobody outside of the Matt Smith household had never heard of before . In fact I was shocked Smith was clean shaven since he's so unknown I doubt if he'd be able to recognise himself in the mirror in the morning

So what are we to take from this casting ? Perhaps the fact that Moffat who has set himself up as a radical and iconoclastic scriptwriter and producer has made the safest casting choice in the history of television by casting a 20 something pretty boy in the title role of DOCTOR WHO . I bet he'll even have a home counties accent . One of the great strengths of the show is that the incarnations of the doctors have all been different , no more so than the cross over from Eccleston's Byronic northerner into Tennant's lightweight zany southern geezer

But the true test will come in 2010 when Matt Who becomes Doctor Who . Looking on the bright side when the 11th doctor kisses one of his companions his co-star won't have to worry about getting splinters on her lips which wouldn't have been the case if Paterson Joseph got the gig

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