Matt.

Matt.

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Matt’s dad calls during the taping of Alan Carr: Chatty Man.

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I’ve got two beds; one in the house in London and one in the flat in Cardiff, and that is where I was having trouble sleeping. The one in Cardiff is the same flat David Tennant slept in and the bed has not been changed in seven years.
Matt Smith on sleeping in the same bed as David Tennant - Radio Times

 Smith on daytime TV, a female Doctor, David Tennant’s bed and his future with Doctor Who | Radio Times
Doctor Who star Matt Smith may currently be a Saturday night favourite on BBC1, but he’s revealed that, personally, he’s rather partial to a dose of daytime television.
Speaking in a wide ranging interview with Alan Carr to be screened tonight, he said: “I love a bit of morning TV and Jeremy Kyle. I watched it last week and then after that there was a programme with three mature women on and I thought, ‘Older women on the TV? Bravo!’”

 Smith on daytime TV, a female Doctor, David Tennant’s bed and his future with Doctor Who | Radio Times

Doctor Who star Matt Smith may currently be a Saturday night favourite on BBC1, but he’s revealed that, personally, he’s rather partial to a dose of daytime television.

Speaking in a wide ranging interview with Alan Carr to be screened tonight, he said: “I love a bit of morning TV and Jeremy Kyle. I watched it last week and then after that there was a programme with three mature women on and I thought, ‘Older women on the TV? Bravo!’”

ckents:

Alan: “So did you get to meet Matt? Is he nice, ‘cause he’s a North Hampton boy, he’s from North Hampton where I grew up.” 
David: “He’s lovely. He’s a very nice chap, indeed. Yeah. And I’m told he’s doing very well, which is annoying, no, I’m really excited.” 
Alan: ”Oh, come on. You don’t want him to be too good.” 
David: ”Oh but I do, though. ‘Cause the thing is, I’m such a sort of fanboy about the show that I just want… Oh, there he is, look.” 
[picture of Matt and Karen pops up on the TV screen] 
Alan: ”It’s like a young you and Catherine Tate, isn’t it?” 
David: “It is.” 
Alan: ”Why do they love gingers? They do, don’t they? No, they do, for like, helpers, that’s what it’s called on Doctor Who - helper? Carer?” 
David: ”That all works, yeah.” 
Alan: ”Why do they go for a ginger all the time?” 
David: ”I have to say, I think gingers are unfairly discriminated against in this county.” 
Alan: ”My brother’s a ginger.” 
David: ”Do you discriminate against him?” 
Alan: ”Yes, all the time.” 
David: ”Of course.” 
Alan: ”Well, he calls me a bender.” 
David: ”But it’s not… it’s the last acceptable prejudice.” 
Alan: “You’re right.” 
David: ”I don’t understand why we’re… I think gingers can be - look at Catherine, look at Karen - gingers can be gorgeous!” 
Alan: ”Yes! Julianne Moore.” 
David: ”They’re gorgeous! Gorgeous! Ow!”

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Matt Smith’s interview on Alan Carr’s Chatty Man

Part 2 embedded below:

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