Your Top 10 Doctor Who Episodes

Last week we asked you to email us with your favourite Doctor Who episode, so that we could make up your Top 10 of David's Doctor Who adventures...
Thank you so much to all of you who voted.. and there were a lot of you! We have to say we were quite surprised at the eventual winner, but only because of the amazing competition it beat off and it did thoroughly deserve to win.
Anyway enough of all that let's get on with the results.... starting backwards and 10 and working up to the episode you named as your No.1 Doctor Who Episode...

10. The End Of Time Part 2

What's it about:
The Doctor faces the end of his life as the Master's plans hurtle out of control. With the sound of drums growing louder, and an ancient trap closing around the Earth, the Doctor and Wilf must fight alone. But sacrifices must be made, and the deadly prophecy warns: "He will knock four times."

You say:
Sara Hughes: 'I cried buckets of tears during The End Of Time Part 2 but loved every single second of it. David will be missed.'
Marc Jefferies: 'The dynamic between the Doctor and Wilf is just lovely. The scene were the Doctor realises that it is Wilf who will cause his eventual death and the way both actors handle it is just heartbreaking.'
Phillipa Howard: 'The part were the Doctor visits Rose before he met her had me weeping like a baby. I would have liked to have seen just one more kiss between the pair though!'

9. The Unicorn And The Wasp

What's it about:
In 1926, Agatha Christie disappeared for 10 days. Was it amnesia? A nervous breakdown? Or a Giant Alien Wasp..?  The Doctor and Donna join forces with the world's most famous crime novelist to encounter a body in the library, poisoned cocktails and a Vespiform seeking revenge.

You say:
Laura Greene: 'This was a really fun episode. I loved everything about it.'
Simone Farrell: 'The whole setting of The Unicorn And The Wasp was brilliant. The costumes were gorgeous, the guest cast were briiliant. Fennella Woolgar was a revelation. I adored her as Agatha Christie and David was on top comedic form. I never tire of watching this.'
Adam Grant: 'I've always been a fan of the historical Who episodes and The Unicorn And The Wasp show how it should be done properly.'

8. Blink

What's it about:
In an old, abandoned house, the Weeping Angels wait, as Russell T Davies' Doctor Who continues. However, when people start disappearing, a young woman called Sally finds cryptic messages bleeding through from 1969 – messages from a mysterious stranger called the Doctor. But can she decipher them before the Angels claim their prize?

You say:
Helena Watkinson: 'Even though this a Doctor Lite episode, I still love it. The weeping angels have to be the scariest of all the new Dr Who monsters.'
Peter Ashley: 'The way they did this with the film of David being shown on the DVDs was just so clever, it made the Doctor an integral part of the story even though he was hardly there physically.'
Jamie Ford: 'I loved Blink. It was a really spooky episode and I think Sally Sparrow would have made a great future companion. Perhaps Matt Smith could come and pick her up!'

7. Gridlock

What's it about:
The Doctor just can't keep away from New Earth, and he's got a new companion to impress, so he and Martha are soon off on a quick jaunt to New New York. Their trip doesn't turn out quite how the Doctor imagined though as the inhabitants of the city are preoccupied with regulating their own emotions, clogging motorways, and making good their escape. So what lies at the heart of this desperate and spectacular city?
You say:
Emily: ' I adore everything about Gridlock, but the speech the Doctor makes to Martha about Gallifrey has me in tears every time.'
Fiona Sutton: 'You really start to see the relationship between the Doctor and Martha start to grow in Gridlock and the whole thing were hesits her down to tell her about Gallifrey is just so touching.'
Hugh Bennett: 'The Gallifrey scene is classic. David stole the whole episode with that one scene.'
6. Midnight

What's it about:
The Doctor is trapped, alone, powerless and terrified, on the planet Midnight. Soon, the knocking on the wall begins. Only a woman called Sky seems to know the truth – but as paranoia turns into a witch-hunt, Sky turns the Doctor's greatest strengths against him, and a sacrifice must be made...

You say:
Jenny: 'Truly terrifying.'
Claire Matthews: 'David shines throughout Midnight. He should win every acting award in the planet if only for this episode.'
Kenny: 'Midnight cements David's place as the greatest Doctor of all time.'
5. Forest Of The Dead

What's it about:
As the shadows rise and march, the Doctor forges an alliance with the mysterious River Song. But can anyone stop the Vashta Nerada? While the Doctor discovers long-buried secrets and revelations about his own future, the sinister Nodes declare that Donna is doomed.
You say:
Jan: 'The Forest Of The Dead is my fave episode of Doctor Who because I love the ending when River Song sacrifices herself for the Doctor. It gets me choked up every single time I watch it.'
Ian Evans: 'David and Alex Kingston really work well together and make The Forest Of The Dead my top epiosde.'
Alice: 'I love how sassy the charcter of River Song is and the Vashta Nerada are super scary!'
4. The Family Of Blood

What's it about:
It's 1913 in England and war has come a year in advance as the terrifying Family hunt for the Doctor. But, while John Smith refuses to accept his destiny as a Time Lord, the women in his life, Martha and Joan, have to take terrible measures to save the whole of history, as Russell T Davies' Doctor Who continues.

You say:
Katie: 'The Family Of Blood is my all time favourite epsiode ever. The ending where the Doctor has to return to being a TimeLord and leave his new found love Joan behind is so sad. I just she had gone with him. He was quite cruel to her though so I was glad to see he visited her grandaughter to see how she got on in The End Of Time.'
Jack Emberton: 'I love The Family Of Blood because of David and Freema's performances in it. They both give really strong turns and Martha's heartbreak at realising that he has fallen in love with someone else brings a manly tear to my eye.'
Helen: 'The Family Of Blood never fails to make me cry. The confusion of John Smith as he tries to get his head round teh thought of who he really is just epic.'

3. Journey's End
What's it about: The entire universe is in danger as the Daleks activate their masterplan. The Doctor is helpless, and even the Tardis faces destruction. The only hope lies with the Doctor's secret army of companions – but as they join forces to battle Davros himself, the prophecy declares that one of them will die.

You say:
Anne Marie: 'The Doctor finally gets to tell Rose what he meant to say on Bad Wolf Bay. What's not to love about Journey's End.'
Sophie Fuller: 'I don't know which goodbye is the saddest, but I'd have to go for his goodbye to Donna as she was his best friend and I think he needed her.'
Fiona: 'Such a sad episode. David conveyed so much with one sad look back at Wilf as he left Donna behind.'

2. Doomsday

What's it about:
It's the end of an epic journey as two mighty armies wage war across the Earth. As an unstoppable terror emerges, the Doctor faces an even greater dilemma - does saving the world mean the death of Rose Tyler?

You say:
Claire Roberts: 'The first time I watched Doomsday and I thought Rose was going to die I felt sick, and to be honest every time I watch it, even though I know she won't die I still get a little scared! It was such a heartbreaking story and such a sad end to her travels with the Doctor.'
Kate: 'The scene when Rose and the Doctor are leaning on the same wall in parrallell universes and Rose has tears pouring down her face, just gets me every time. It's a sad end to a true love story.'
Nita: 'The whole scene on Bad Wolf Bay has me in tears every single time I watching it. It's a classic piece of TV history.'

1. The Girl In The Fireplace

What's it about:
It's 18th Century France and the court of Versailles is under attack by clockwork killers. The mistress of King Louis XV, Madame De Pompadour, calls for the mysterious man in her dreams - the Doctor.

You say:
Gina Knowles: 'The chemistry between David Tennant and Sophia Myles sizzles in The Girl In The Fireplace. By far my most favourite episode.'
Carly: 'The most romantic episode of Doctor Who ever and my all time fave. The Girl In The Fireplace is funny, romantic, emotional and downright heart breaking. Rose's jealousy over Reniette is very understandable too! That kiss was electric!'
Janine Pickles: 'Possibly the most romantic episode Doctor Who has ever had mixed with the scariest ever monsters and the most sensational snogging of the series, lucky old Madame De Pompadour!