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Wednesday, 29 October 2008

NTA Triumps 2008!

Following on from a sad post, here is something to cheer you up! Despite the breaking news, awards have been won at the National Television Awards night today, held in the Royal Albert Hall in London. The Doctor Who Prom back in July, also took place at this venue. There were three nominations put up. Firstly for Doctor Who as the best drama and David Tennant and Catherine Tate for Outstanding Drama Performance. Doctor Who won the Best Drama, and stars who went up to collect the trophy were Catherine Tate (Donna Noble), Elizabeth Sladen (Sarah Jane Smith), Camille Coduri (Jackie Tyler), Noel Clarke (Mickey Smith), and, of course, the head writer of Doctor Who, Russell T. Davies. David Tennant was performing in Stratford for Hamlet, so could not turn up. Catherine Tate make a joke in her speech, saying that she thought they weren't going to win the award this year, because she was in the show! While they got up to the stage, Song for Freedom played in the background. This is the fourth time in a row that the show has won the award, and that's once every year! David Tennant won Outstanding Drama Performance, but could not collect his prize. He made a speech from the stage door of the Courtyard theatre, during a break in his performance. You should all know what he said, but if not, look below, in the last post. He also said the award should have gone to Catherine Tate, so made her go and collect the award! Congratulations to everyone!
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