David Tennant and Catherine Tate will return as The Doctor and Donna for the 60th anniversary of the BBC show.
Cribbins died in July last year while filming for the Doctor Who 60th anniversary specials
After the disastrous 'Nan Movie', can Catherine Tate restore her comedy reputation with 'Hard Cell'?
From Doctor Who to Smithy, the Royle Family and Borat, a look back at the funniest moments and best sketches from Red Nose Day down the years.
His Red Nose Day sketch could feasibly end up being the last time 53-year-old actor ever plays Bond on screen.
The BBC is dedicating the best part of this weekend to the Bard, William Shakespeare - the 400th anniversary of his death on April 23, and also, as far as experts are concerned, his birth date 52 years earlier. Television and film are indebted to his plots and characters, influencing anything and everything from Poldark to Captain Mainwaring. Shakespeare Live from the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) sets the televisual delights in motion, with David Tennant and Catherine Tate hosting a live gala on Saturday from 8.30pm on BBC2.
David Tennant and Catherine Tate are both returning to Doctor Who for a series of three new audio adventures, produced by Big Finish, to be released this May! The series opens with Doctor Who – The Tenth Doctor Adventures: Technophobia by Matt Fitton, which is set in a London slightly in the future, where mankind is gradually losing its ability to use everyday technology. In Doctor Who – The Tenth Doctor Adventures: Time Reaver by Jenny T Colgan the Doctor and Donna arrive on Calibris - ‘An entirely mechanical planet.
The BBC is facing backlash over plans to air a controversial joke in a festive episode of Catherine Tate’s Nan this Christmas.