Don't Count The Tenth Doctor Out Just Yet

David Tennant could receive a record-breaking £1.3 million to stay on as the star of British time-travel action-soap Doctor Who. Not only that, but the BBC may offer him some other inducements, like plum roles in some of its other dramas. "Everybody assumes David is quitting, but that's not the case," a BBC source told Scotsman news. (Actually, I'd always assumed the show's 2009 "gap year" was to give Tennant some time off, thus making it more likely he'd be back in 2010.) What else could the Beeb offer Tennant to get him to stay on? We're thinking a fresh pop star in every episode, and no more Welsh food at the lunch truck. [Scotsman.com]