Russell T Davies' Doctor Who Era Wins Cultbox Poll

The Russell T Davies era of Doctor Who has been named as Cultbox readers favourite era of the show. 
Davies' tenure which starred both David Tennant and Christopher Eccleston as the Doctor topped the poll with an impressive 44.4% votes.

It's nearest competition came in the form of current showrunner Steven Moffat and his Doctor played by Matt Smith who scooped 27.9% of the votes.

Davies' series included some iconic episodes of  the drama, including the epic Doomsday and The End Of Time and  he managed to secure big name guests for the series including the likes of Sir Derek Jacobi and the pop star Kylie Minogue. 
He is credited with introducing the show to a wider audience including picking up a strong female following for the series by introducing us to companions Rose Tyler (Billie Piper), Martha Jones (Freema Agyeman) and Donna Noble (Catherine Tate).
Davies also created the spin off series The Sarah Jane Adventures and Torchwood during his time on the show.

Find out the full results of the poll over on the CultBox site here.