There's nothing worse than when the entire London underground system seems to be out to get you, especially on a Friday when you just want to get to and from work as quick as humanly possible.
Doctor Who and Broadchurch star David Tennant feels the same, as he got increasingly annoyed as he read out the travel news on the radio.
Tennant was a guest on Absolute Radio yesterday (March 31) where he got the chance to be the travel reporter, you can see how it went below:
We'd imagine that even the fastest tube or train would be slow when you're able to go from the dinosaur age to the end of the universe in a matter of seconds.
Tennant has been doing the rounds to promote the third and final series of Broadchurch and while there's been a fair bit of talk about that, he's also weighed in on the matter of replacing Peter Capaldi as the Thirteenth Doctor quite a lot too.
Both Tennant and his Doctor Who successor Matt Smith sent messages to Capaldi to offer their support when his exit news was announced, according to soon-to-be-former showrunner Steven Moffatt.
"I think it was quite an emotional decision for him," Moffat said. "It was quite emotional for all the Doctors. They've all found it very difficult.
"I know David and Matt got in touch with him straight away when they heard, because stepping down from that role isn't nothing."
And Tennant also had some words of advice for whoever takes on the mantle of Last of the Time Lords next too, saying: "It changes your life. It opens a lot of doors.
"I get to be in the West End and that's due in no small part because Doctor Who has brought me to a new audience. It's an undertaking.
"It's desperately exciting for whoever the new person might be. But it takes a deep breath too."
Broadchurch continues on ITV on Monday (April 3) at 9pm. Doctor Who returns to BBC One on Saturday, April 15.
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