Archive for ‘The Top Ten of Ten’
January 1st, 2010

top-ten-of-ten-1Here we are, everyone! We’ve been counting down all week, and today, on his final day, it’s finally time to reveal the moment WhovianNet visitors have chosen to be the Tenth Doctor’s best of all time!

And we’re delighted to announce that, with 19% of the vote, the Doctor and Rose Tyler’s reunion in Series 4’s The Stolen Earth takes home the gold medal!

Thanks to everybody who voted, and we hope you’ve enjoyed our Top Ten of Ten! Relive the beautiful moment (ruined, naturally, by a Dalek) below:

The End of Time, Part Two airs tonight on BBC1/HD at 6:40PM!

December 31st, 2009

top-ten-of-ten-2Well, folks, the big day is nearly upon us – and what better way to bring in the Tenth Doctor’s crowning ovation than with a look back at what is undoubtedly one of the most acclaimed scenes of the Russell T Davies era?

Yep - you guessed it! 17% of your votes have made the Doctor and Rose Tyler’s bittersweet goodbye scene at the end of Series 2’s Doomsday the runner-up of our Top Ten of Ten countdown.

The nation wept back in July 2006 as 8.22million tuned in for their long-awaited, and highly publicized, final farewell on Bad Wolf Bay, and held its breath in anticipation as the time travellers were ripped apart forever. Or so we thought…

It’s probably already etched permanently into your subconscious, but relive the moment again below:

December 31st, 2009

top-ten-of-ten-3We are now mere hours away from the broadcast of The End of Time, Part Two, and to help us get in the sentimental mood, we’ve been looking back at the Tenth Doctor’s finest moments to date as we psych ourselves up for the big farewell tomorrow night…

And 12% of your votes have placed his legendary “wibbly wobbly timey-wimey” speech from Series 3’s Blink into third place!

Of course, writer Steven Moffat also deserves a mention here, who recently confirmed that the Weeping Angels will be back to blink another day in Series 5. But more on that next year…

For now, check out the scene that’s taking home the bronze medal below, and stay tuned for the reveal of the penultimate top Tenth Doctor moment! It’s the final countdown…

» For all we’ve got on The End of Time – click here!

December 30th, 2009

top-ten-of-ten-4We’re jumping in the TARDIS and digging deep into the past this week to summon up the Tenth Doctor’s best bits ahead of his final episode this Friday, and coming in at fourth place with 9.0% of the vote is the moment he managed to fulfill a lifelong ambition.

We all know his catchphrase is ‘Allons-y!’ (that’s ‘let’s go!’ in French), and in Series 2 he first expressed his desire to meet somebody by the name of Alonso…

…and fate was on his side in the 2008 Christmas special, Voyage of the Damned, because he did just that! Here’s the joyous occasion one more time…

» 7 down, 3 to go! Stick with us for the Tenth Doctor’s final days…

December 30th, 2009

top-ten-of-ten-59.0% of the final vote means that the Tenth Doctor’s acclaimed ’Did you miss me?’ moment finishes in fifth place in our countdown of his defining moments, as voted by WhovianNet visitors!

This scene is from the 2005 Christmas Day special, The Christmas Invasion, his first full adventure (well, if you don’t count the Children in Need special, Born Again, that is!), which was seen by an audience of 9.84million on its first broadcast…

And the answer to your question, Doctor… we most certainly did!

Recollect the Tenth Doctor’s triumphant return to the spotlight below:

December 29th, 2009

top-ten-of-ten-6With 9.0% of the final vote, the Doctor’s epic ‘Have you got a problem with that?’ speech from the 2007 Christmas Special, Voyage of the Damned, finishes in 6th place.

He’s the Doctor, he’s a Time Lord, he’s from the planet Gallifrey in the constellation of Kasterborous, he’s 903 years old and he’s the man who’s gonna save your lives and all six billion people on the planet below. Have you got a problem with that?

A video reminder of that triumphant moment can be seen below:

» Check out the previous Top Ten of Ten results!

December 29th, 2009

top-ten-of-ten-7We’re now just 3 days away from the Tenth Doctor’s last ever episode, part two of The End of Time, and, as such, all this week we’ll be bringing you the results of our Top Ten of Ten poll which was unveiled earlier this month as part of our Advent Calendar.

And coming in at seventh place (8.0%) is a scene from Series 2’s New Earth, which saw Lady Cassandra possess the Tenth Doctor’s body and, well… you all know what happens next!

Take a trip down memory lane and relive the hilarious moment again:

December 28th, 2009

top-ten-of-ten-8Our countdown of the Tenth Doctor’s best moments continues, and in eighth place, with 7.0% of the final vote, is his heartbreaking farewell with River Song at the end of Series 4’s Forest of the Dead.

There are still many questions yet to be answered regarding their mysterious relationship, and unfortunately it seems that the Tenth Doctor will never discover who she really was.

But who knows, perhaps she’ll pop up again at some point in the future and we’ll find out? Maybe even in the next series…

Relive their emotional goodbye scene below:

December 28th, 2009

top-ten-of-ten-9The Tenth Doctor’s ninth top moment, as voted by you, is his reaction to the return of the Bad Wolf at the end of Series 4’s Turn Left, which finished with 6.0%.

This moment particularly showcases just what an amazing actor David is. Although he doesn’t say much, the fear as well as the realisation that Rose will soon be coming back is clear through his facial expression alone…

…and of course Murray Gold’s epic variation of All the Strange, Strange Creatures helps add to the drama!

Stay tuned for #8!

December 28th, 2009

top-ten-of-ten-10This month, you’ve been voting for your top Tenth Doctor moments of all time, and, with his final day looming, it’s time to countdown those all-important results!

And finishing in tenth place, with 3.0% of the final vote, is the historic moment we were first introduced to him in the Series 1 finale, The Parting of the Ways!

It only feels like yesterday, doesn’t it? Relive the Ninth Doctor’s epic regeneration below!

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