This Christmas sees David Tennant handing over the keys to the TARDIS to newcomer, Matt Smith. Matt's got a tough act to follow and The Archive wishes him well. Tennant will always be a favourite with me - I like his manic interpretation of the Time Lord and of course I will always have fond memories of his tenure because I was in five episodes during Tennant's run as the Doctor.
I can't remember the exact titles of all the episodes I was in - I was a blink and miss me in the Cybermen one - the episode set on the alternative Earth, same in last years Christmas Special and I was also in the Dalek/Cyberman war one. My biggest part was in the Daleks of Manhattan two parter in which I played a prisoner of the Daleks.
It was a great show to work on - really good because I was a fan of the show as a kid, Jon Pertwee was my man, and my kids love the show today.
I've also stood on the TARDIS bridge.That was an awesome experience - OK it's just a set but you get a feeling of history when at the controls. And although my parts were only small - just the one line across all the episodes - I was proud to have been a part, no matter how small of Television history. Doctor Who can be naff and often was but when at it's best, it deserves the accolade of the best SF show ever.
Whatever the future holds for the series, one thing is certain the Doctor will never be far from our screens. The Archive wishes both Tennant and Matt Smith all the best.