One of the iconic relationships in the 1990 novel Good Omens is that between the demon Crowley and his beloved 1926 Bentley.
This year saw the streaming release of the six part adaptation of Good Omens starring David Tennant and Michael Sheen as Crowley and his angelic counterpart Aziraphale respectively. During filming of the BBC/Amazon Prime TV series the producers used replica cars, CGI and a genuine 1933 Bentley to portray Crowley's vehicle. While some of David Tennant's driving scenes took place in a set constructed from a Bentley's interior, other scenes required him to drive the original vintage car.
During an appearance alongside fellow Doctor Who star Matt Smith at Wales Comic Con Telford Takeover earlier this month, David was asked by panel host Dr. Rhys Jones to confirm Michael Sheen's allegation that he had broken the door of the classic car while attempting to drive it. See his response below:
Many thanks to Anja Schmidt for recording the exchange. You can see some of Anja's photos from the event here.
UK viewers will be able to watch Good Omens on BBC Two in the New Year, starting from Wednesday 15th January.