Some various things:
Dr Who - yes it gets better. There are some good episodes in that series, but it's mostly a bit tame and straightforward. Anyway, it was just a gentle reintroduction to the series. Then they get David Tennant and it has an alright series then it goes through a terrible slump where every episode is a tedious drag then they take a haitus where they insist on only doing Christmas/Easter specials, then they give up on that, then they get rid of Catherine Tate to the sound of worldwide joy, then they get rid of David Tennant in an excessively drawn out way, then they get Matt Smith who seems to split people 50-50 (I like him as the Doctor, I know plenty of people who don't) and then Karen Gillan comes in and it's all pretty good. A new man ended up in charge, and all the episodes are suddenly better than before, with a bit more depth than the straightforward style of camp enemy appears, camp enemy is defeated after some deliberation, everyone goes home. Beware, that first series contains what appears to be generally accepted (no, really, it is generally accepted) as the worst episode of all time. It's a monstrosity. There is lots of gratuitous 'we are BBC Wales, we will have everything set somewhere in Wales'. For example, the worst episode of all time opens with the cast eating in a then-present day cafe in Cardiff. To confirm, that's a future man who's been across all of space, a Time Lord and two humans who want to see aliens and stuff, eating in a grotty, pointless cafe in Cardiff.
It turns out that when Steven Moffatt cast Matt Smith as The Doctor and Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes, he was actually considering appointing them the other way around. I could see Cumberbatch as The Doctor, but could never see Smith playing Sherlock Holmes.
Terry Wogan - old man, used to be on the radio and do the Eurovision, but he doesn't do either any more. That's terrible grammar but it's early and I'm not fixing it. I've just looked at the clock, it's actually 11:15 AM, which isn't as early as I suggested. He presents Children in Need, I think, and every year there's some newspaper controversy about how much money he makes from it in wages.