Gifs of David Tennant and Olivia Colman promoting Broadchurch have been posted to Tumblr. 

The David Tennant / King And Country cycle plays starts from Thursday 10th December according to a new website set up by The RSC. 

A lovely photo of David Tennant at Disneyland by a fan yesterday has been posted to Twitter.  

The Guardian posts confirmation David Tennant will narrate the second series of W1A.

The series starts in April and the first episode will be an hour long.

Video of David Tennant narrating Natural Wild: Growing Up Wild has been posted to YouTube.

UK viewers can watch it on iPlayer for 29 days.

The Royal Shakespeare company has set up a new website KingAndCountry.org.uk about the 4‑play season cycle of four productions in repertoire - Richard II, Henry IV Parts I and II and Henry V.

We reported on 25th March that David Tennant will reprise his role as Richard II for the tetralogy at The Barbican Centre in London which starts in November.

The seventh and penultimate episode of Broadchurch Series Two has its premiere tonight in Australia at 8.30pm on the station ABC. This episode was originally shown on ITV in the UK on Monday 16th February.

A limited synopsis of the seventh episode has been issued:

'A trap is set, but it remains to be seen whether it will have the desired result.

An article on The Guardian website confirms David Tennant will narrate the second series of W1A which is due to be broadcast starting in April.

David Tennant provided the comic voiceover for both series of the spoof mockumentary Twenty Twelve in 2011 and 2012 and the first series of its replacement W1A which was broadcast in 2014.

A video of the Growing Up Wild episode of BBC Two's Natural World series has been added to our channel on YouTube. Unfortunately BBC Worldwide have blocked it in some countries. However this often means that the episode will be shown in that country at a later date.

For a month UK viewers can watch it at this link.

The episode had its premiere last night on BBC Two in the UK and was narrated by David Tennant.

Natural World is a long running series - this is its 34th series.

David Tennant will be on the cover of one edition of Doctor Who Magazine #485 which is published next Thursday.

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the return of Doctor Who, the magazine is issuing four covers - one with each of the NuWhoDoctors. 

The David Tennant Daily Photo. 

David Tennant Treat 4 Today. 

Yahoo! has some lovely words about David Tennant's acting in Broadchurch from executive producer Jane Featherstone:

'I think David’s performance is the most extraordinary thing in it.

To celebrate the tenth anniversary of the return of Doctor Who today, issue 485 of Doctor Who Magazine will have four special covers - one featuring each of the Doctors since 2005, including David Tennant.

The strap-line the magazine is using is 'The trip of a lifetime'  and issue 485 will be on sale from next Thursday (2nd April) from all UK newsagents and online. It costs £4.99.

What We Did On Our Holiday is released today on both DVD and Blu-ray in Germany.

What We Did On Our Holiday was released in German cinemas in November 2014 under the title Ein Schotte macht noch keinen Sommern  - A Scot Doesn't Make A Summer.

Filming for the movie started on 17th June 2013 and the movie was released in the UK on Friday 26th September 2014. 

David Tennant stars as Doug McLoud with Rosamond Pike as his wife Abi. Other stars include Billy Connolly and Ben Stiller.

The Growing Up Wild episode of BBC Two's Natural World series has its premiere tonight at 8pm. It is narrated by David Tennant and is also repeated on Saturday 28th at 4.05pm and again on Wednesday 1st April at 9am.

Natural World is a long running series - this is its 34th series.

Entertainment Weekly has an exclusive Broadchurch Season Two video clip which plays worldwide. 

The David Tennant Daily Photo. 

David Tennant Treat 4 Today. 

David Tennant will reprise his role as Richard II for The Royal Shakespeare Company from November 2015 until January 2016.

This is part of a collaboration between The RSC and The Barbican Centre in London to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death.
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