Viewers voted the late, great behind-the-scenes documentary series Doctor Who Confidential the best BBC3 series on RadioTimes.com.
A poll of 1,200 RadioTimes.com users named the behind-the-scenes series the best in the channel’s ten-year history, ahead of Pramface, Being Human, Torchwood, The Mighty Boosh and Gavin & Stacey
Confidential began chronicling the making of Doctor Who in 2005 beginning with Rose, and continued for six seasons before being canceled in 2011 as a cost-cutting measure for BBC3—though in all honesty, it had lost its way somewhat. If it were to return, I’d like to see it go back to its half-hour format focusing on the technical aspects of making the show, as well as the relationships between the cast and crew.
Now would Totally Doctor Who top a poll of CBBC viewers? >_>
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Daniel is the owner and Managing Editor of Time and The – !. He's been a fan of Doctor Who since watching Tom Baker regenerate into Peter Davison on his local PBS station as a kid. He launched Time and The – ! in 2011 after having the bright (?) idea to watch every Doctor Who story from the beginning and blog about it. (Yeah, he's way behind.)