Doctor Who Confidential Named Best BBC Three Show Of All Time


As BBC Three is celebrating it's Tenth Birthday the Radio Times website decided to ask viewers what their favourite BBC Three show of all time was and Doctor Who Confidential was the clear winner.
The behind the scenes series, which showed what went on on the set of Doctor Who, picked up 23% of the vote. The show was a hit with fans of Doctor Who and many were left disappointed when in September 2011 BBC Three decided to axe it. A petition to have the show reinstated was set up and over 50,000 fans signed it.

A special episode of Doctor Who Confidential for David Tennant fans in particular is Do You Remember The First Time?
This episode was directed, narrated and presented by David and focused on the history of Doctor Who at the BBC Television Centre.

Watch Doctor Who Confidential: Do You Remember The First Time? below:


The Top Ten BBC Three Shows:
1. Doctor Who Confidential (23%)
2. Pramface (11.4%)
3. Being Human (11.2%)
4. Torchwood (10.48%)
5. The Mighty Boosh (7.76%)
6. Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show (5.92%)
7. Gavin & Stacey (4.56%)
8. 60 Second News (3.2%)
9. Russell Howard’s Good News (2.56%)
10. Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents (1.68%)

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  1. I am still miss Doctor Who confidential, that was fascinating, informartive, funny, just brilliant.
    Bring it back please!

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