I have no idea. But, then again, I base all my assumptions off of BBC America. I LOVE Graham Norton! Watch Doctor Who all the time. I don't find Brits too polite. Could be that we Americans are more verbose about our feelings & opinions.
Edit: OMG! I'm SO JEALOUS!!! I love Doctor Who so much!! I don't believe I saw Colin Baker's acting, but I'm a Tom Baker fan All The Way. I also liked Peter Davison. I watched those shows when I was a kid, but since it was before my time, I didn't get my hands on a lot of them. I had to wait til midnight on Saturdays on Maryland Public Television (I lived in VA, still do) to see the whole episode, which took 2 hours. 2AM is pretty late for a 10 year old kid. I love the new episodes now, and hardly remember the old ones, but, I will always be a fan of the v-neck tennis sweater-vest and fall-colors super long scarf!
2nd Edit: My parents were in to it, and we're all American. 95% of people I speak with here have no idea what the program is. My cousin once recorded all the available (un-lost) episodes off his TV, and mailed them to me when I was a kid, so I've pretty much seen them all - up through Davison. If you're in my house, you know we have an understanding: Saturday nights from 9:00 to 10:00pm, if you bother me, I will castrate you or worse. I'm completely addicted. I nearly cried when I learned I had to wait until APRIL to watch this season, I was so upset. Needless to say, it's my favorite show. 2nd favorite: House M.D. I can miss House and survive, but I'll be whining and grumbling the rest of the week if I miss my dose of Doctor Who. I've watched the 2005+ seasons episodes at least 5x each. But, for some reason, I really don't like Torchwood. Only saw Season 1.
3rd Edit: I'm not sure why you like Jack, but he's pretty cool. I'm glad the actor made sure he portrayed himself as being gay, because that was pretty much a breakthrough in that part of the industry. I just can't watch that episode anymore - I always end up crying my eyeballs out. I think one of my favorite episodes is New Earth - where Tennant & Rose have Cassandra's spirit going back and forth - I always get a kick out of what Tennant says when Cassandra first goes into his body. I laugh so hard I almost cry. Every time. Even though I expect it. That & the Donna Noble scene where Tennant's in the kitchen in the Unicorn & the Wasp, where Donna's saying Harvey Wallbanger & he's asking for salt (or something). So hilarious.