"Masterpiece have announced that David Tennant will be returning as host of Masterpiece Contemporary AND they will be reviewing his new drama Single Father for inclusion in a future schedule (not 2010 unfortunately)."
A BAFTA screening for Single Father has been scheduled for 13th September 2010 at 18:30pm at the Princess Anne Theatre. (SOLD OUT) It will be followed by a Q&A panel.
Thanks for sharing the vids imaof4. It's a lovely and took me right back to watching such children's dramas when I was much younger. I can't remember if I saw it or not originally but if I had I probably would have been afraid of the ghosts! DT hasn't changed much has he?
He's a key witness. So could you treat him like a person, Phyllis. D'you remember "people"? You used to be one!
According to the David Tennant site www.david-tennant.com/ DT is going to be on Paul O'Grady live on Friday 8th October and also on Andrew Marr the following Sunday. There's no mention of DT on the itv website though.
In regards to hair comments, he was a teen in the 80's - everyone had "mad" hair, can't explain what his hair's up to now... And David's evidently not only about the coiffeur, he's at #24 of Glamour magazine's (who? what?why?) Best Dressed Brits list. Now he has no control over these magazines, but it does get a bit silly... next it'll be British Dental Journal recognises his good dental hygeine (brushes and flosses! :D)
Love Paul O'Grady - he just "retired" to crop up again? *wish Parky would do that!!* Haven't seen the new show - it being live make any difference?
Thanks for the vids UTD. Definitely looks worth watching, but that's what trailers are suppose to do, tease you in,make you want to watch.
I'm looking forward how they handle the dramatic twist of, in the midst of grief, Dave (DT's character) falls in love with his dead wife's friend.Can you trust your feelings in such a devastating situation? Is it real love, or transference?
And of course, the kids!! How can they not be unhinged at the thought of dad "replacing" his wife so soon? The concentric circles of grief amongst them all kids, dad, friend...