David Tennant Review Of 2014: AUGUST

Take a look back at David Tennant’s projects from August in today’s review of 2014.

August 2014


The official Broadchurch novel was released. Hachette Audio UK released a clip from the Broadchurch audio book read by Carolyn Pickles. Writer Erin Kelly revealed that a clue to the plot of the second series was hidden in the novel.
Filming continued on the second series and David was photographed on set at West Bay. Ólafur Arnalds announced that he would be starting work on the soundtrack to the new series.


FOX released some new teaser TV stings to promote the new series. The Global Network confirmed that the Canadian premiere of Gracepoint would be 2nd October, in line with the USA, and released their own trailer. A new promo clip focused on the two detectives Emmett Carver and Ellie Miller.
David talked about how thrilled he was to be part of the new series.
David featured in clips from Gracepoint in a number of character intro videos:

What We Did On Our Holiday

Promoters Lionsgate released some new promotional photos from What We Did On Our Holiday. David talked about working with Billy Connolly and he and co-star Rosamund Pike praised the young actors from the film.

Doctor Who

To celebrate the arrival of Peter Capaldi as the Doctor, BBC America launched a Doctor Who takeover week, including David’s episodes. Peter Davison hosted two new Doctor Who specials, The Ultimate Companion and The Ultimate Time Lord with contributions from David. Peter Capaldi revealed that David had given him advice over taking on the role of the Doctor.
The second issue of Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor from Titan Comics was released

The Politician’s Husband premiered on BBC First in Australia.
BBC America aired the final part of The Real History Of Science Fiction on Time  featuring a contribution from David.

Nottage Productions announced that David was to be one of the stars of their new animated feature Reds And Grays, a romantic comedy about squirrels.
Postman Pat: The Movie premiered in Australia.


David won the Radio Times TV Champion vote from a total of 128 celebrities. In celebration of his victory, Radio Times featured some previously unseen photos of him. 

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