I never got away with the BSG reboot but loved the original 70s series. Original TV star Richard Hatch championed a new series but was overlooked for the hand held shakey-cam and CGI Cylon version that we got. I don't know why.
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So the search is on for a new Doctor after Matt Smith announced he is leaving. I've enjoyed his interpretation but feel he has had some weak stories to contend with. Let's hope he goes out with good ones, with the 50th Anniversary story and the Christmas special still to come.
In an ideal world, either Paul McGann or Richard E Grant would resume the role but both are highly unlikely, for differing reasons, so I would like to see a short list include these chaps;
Richard Coyle - known to Stephen Moffat after working on Coupling with him years ago, he made a good fist of Strange which unfortunately only lasted a single series
Burn Gorman - known to most for his role in Torchwood, his quirky looks would make an intriguing choice
Stephen Mangan - has already posted on Twitter wearing a long scarf! His take on Dirk Gently was one I thoroughly enjoyed
Marc Warren - already been in Nu-Who but that wouldn't stop them casting him! I think he'd be great, very much in the modern style of Doctor Who