Doctor Who has been a national institution since it first transmitted in 1963.  Those of us who knew and loved it until it ended its "classic" run in 1989 lived in fear of parody and ridicule in the wilderness years that followed. Not even that nice Paul McGann could make it cool in 1996 - although his arrival did allow us the first real possibility of a Doctor who might actually get laid.

Steven Moffat was to change all that. In March 1999, all our Doctors came at once. He was too handsome, too sexy, too shy, too kind, too brave and far, far too silly all in one evening. And he was Joanna Lumley. It was quite a night.

Not satisfied with creating the 'dream team' Doctor, Moffat wrote the award-winning double episode for the all new uber-cool series in 2005, and finally got Doctor Ten a shag (or at the very least a really serious dance) in 2006. Series 3 introduced The Weeping Angels, gave us wibbly wobbly timey-wimey stuff, and put The Moff in with a pretty good shot of winning his third Hugo in a row.

2008 delivered two BAFTA awards for Blink, and in May it was announced that Steven Moffat will be Lead Writer and Executive Producer for Series 5 of Doctor Who.


Continuity Errors, Decalog 3

The Curse of Fatal Death, 12 March 1999, as part of Comic Relief, BBC1

The Least Important Man, Bernice Summerfield & the Dead Men Diaries

The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances, 21-28 May 2005, BBC1

What I Did On My Christmas Holidays by Sally Sparrow, Doctor Who Annual 2006

The Girl in the Fireplace, 6 May 2006, BBC1

Corner of the Eye, Doctor Who Storybook 2007

Blink, 9 June 2007, BBC1

Time Crash, 16 November 2007, as part of Children in Need, BBC1

Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead, 31 May  & 7 June 2008, BBC1


Awards: Golden Moment, 2005 BBC TV Moments Awards; Best Dramatic Presentation Short Form, Hugo Awards 2006 & 2007; Best Screenwriter, BAFTA Cymru Awards 2008, Best Writer, BAFTA Television Craft Awards 2008




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