Unfortunately Olivia Colman didn't win the International EMMY Award tonight for Best Performance By An Actress for Broadchurch. 

Doctor Who: The Ultimate Companion and Doctor Who: The Ultimate Time Lord (with David Tennant interviews) are available on DVD and Blu-ray in the UK today (on the Doctor Who Series Eight box-set). 

The Day Of The Doctor soundtrack is released in the UK today. 

The David Tennant Daily Photo. 

David Tennant Treat 4 Today. 

International EMMYs are announced tonight in New York City. Olivia Colman has been nominated for an International Emmy for Best Actress for Broadchurch. 

Today Doctor Who: The Complete David Tennant Years DVD is released in the UK and is available exclusively from BBC Shop.

Released today in the UK is the Doctor Who - The Complete Series 8 box set on both DVD and Blu-ray.

Included in this collection are the two documentaries Doctor Who: The Ultimate Companion and Doctor Who: The Ultimate Time Lord which involved David Tennant interviews. Both documentaries are hosted by the Fifth Doctor Peter Davison and David is shown chatting to him in both features.

Previously these have only been available in the UK at the iTunes store.

The soundtrack for the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary episode, The Day Of The Doctor, is released today in the UK on CD.

It is part of a two CD pack which includes the Matt Smith / Eleventh Doctor episode The Time Of The Doctor. The music is by Murray Gold who has written all the music for Doctor Who since it was relaunched in 2005.

Tonight the 42nd International EMMY Awards Gala will be held in New York City. The winners will be announced at the New York Hilton Hotel. The International Awards are different from the Primetime EMMYs.

Olivia Coleman is nominated for the Best Performance By An Actress Award for her role as Ellie Miller in Broadchurch.

A 26 disc collection of Doctor Who: The Complete David Tennant Years DVD is released today in the UK. It is available exclusively from the BBC Shop.

This collection was released in the US in 2011 so it does not include The Day Of The Doctor. 

BBC Shop website explains the set as:

'David Tennant made his debut as the Doctor in 2005 in The Christmas Invasion and in the four years that followed, Doctor Who grew to new heights of popularity.

The David Tennant Daily Photo. 

Making of video of Ein Schotte macht noch keinen Sommer (What We Did On Our Holiday) featuring an interview with David Tennant (German dubbed) has been posted to YouTube. 

Round-up of reviews of episode eight of Gracepoint. 

David Tennant Treat 4 Today. 

Tonight BBC Two starts broadcasting Tomorrow's Worlds: The Unearthly History Of Science Fiction with the episode Space. David Tennant was interviewed for this series.

Episode eight of Gracepoint premiered last night on FOX Television in the US and Global in Canada.

The initial reviews of the episode include the following:

Entertainment Weekly has a recap of the episode. The second page of the review has an 'exclusive video with Kevin Rankin and Jack Irvine talking about the episode.' The video (which plays worldwide) includes a clip of David Tennant's character.

Yahoo!'s review includes their Suspect Of The Week.

The David Tennant Daily Photo. 

This afternoon David Tennant beat Tom Hiddleston in the third round of Anglophenia's Anglo Fan Favorites poll with just over 51%!

David is now in the quarter finals and is against Richard Armitage. 

The overnight figures for episode eight of Gracepoint was 0.7 in the 18-49 rating and a total viewership of 3.12 million. 

David Tennant Treat 4 Today. 

Ein Schotte macht noch keinen Sommer (What We Did On Our Holiday) is now on release in Austria too.

Starting tonight BBC Two is broadcasting a four part sci-fi documentary entitled Tomorrow's Worlds: The Unearthly History Of Science Fiction.

This programme is a BBC Two / BBC America collaboration which was broadcast on BBC America in the US earlier this year under the different title The Real History Of Science Fiction. 

BBC Two starts with an episode called Space which will then continue weekly over a period of four weeks. Dominic Sandbrook narrates the BBC Two version of the show.
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