David Tennant Pens Foreword For Peter Davison Autobiography



Fifth Doctor Peter Davison will release his memoirs in April 2016 and it will be a family affair with his fellow Doctor and son-in-law David Tennant penning the foreword for the book.
The book, entitled The Fifth(ish) Doctor, is available for pre order in the UK here

About the book:
‘Peter? It’s John Nathan Turner here. How would you like to be the next Doctor Who…’

After receiving this life-changing phone call in March 1980, actor Peter Davison would go on play the Doctor in the hit BBC series from 1981–84, fighting Daleks, Cybermen and the Master. Now, for the first time, Davison reveals what it was really like to take on this role of a lifetime.

Davison also talks exclusively about this childhood and personal life, as well as describing his work on shows such as All Creatures Great and Small, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Miranda, Sherlock and Law and Order UK. 

The Fifth(ish) Doctor is published in the UK on 7 April 2016

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