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ONE last look at the Doctor for you. I think this is how we'll prefer to remember him isn't it? Jaunty hat? Good teeth? Wrong place at the wrong time? I can't speak with even the smallest amount of knowledge on this but nonetheless I believe David Tennant is the best Doctor in the history of Doctor Who. And that's some history. This show started before any of us were born. And I think you'll find if you asked people who are actually into Doctor Who, they'd name him and Tom Baker as the best ones so far.

Nobody is looking forward to the new one, Matt Smith. Do we get to see him in the episode on Sunday night? Can't say. Of course, it's possible you already know how it all pans out anyway. Or there might also have been one of those thoughtless teasers at the end of last week's episode that said what was coming up in part two. I hate those. Heaps of series have them, I have no idea why, but they're very annoying. Anyway, the show's called Doctor Who: The End of Time and, either way, I think we all know where things are heading. And it turns out it's a great episode. This isn't like Harold leaving Neighbours. It's a massive send-off for the lovely David Tennant (pictured). On and on it goes, guest star after guest star. I couldn't quite decide if the line-up was an indication of the state of the film industry in Britain or of the pulling power of Doctor Who. I hope you all realise Bernard Cribbins, who plays Donna Noble's grandfather Wilfred, was the guy Basil thought was a hotel inspector in that hilarious episode of Fawlty Towers. And isn't it wonderful to see Claire Bloom again? Not to mention Timothy Dalton, who is still divine at age whatever. And John Simm. I'm a major John Simm fan. So yes, it's packed with stars, it's all very emotional, David Tennant's hair looks terrific in every scene. Nothing here not to love.

Doctor Who: The End of Time, ABC1, Sunday 7.30pm

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