Doctor Who Jodie Whittaker seen TOTALLY NAKED in The Smoke

If Roger Federer's record-smashing Wimbledon win wasn't enough for viewers of BBC One on Sunday, they were then treated to the revelation that Broadchurch star Jodie Whittaker is to be the first ever woman to play Doctor Who when the series returns.

And in a flashback to some of her other acting work, scenes have resurfaced from 2014's The Smoke, which feature the actress, now 35, in a variety of compromising nude situations.

The Sky1 series - which aired three years ago, a year after Broadchurch first appeared on screens - saw Jodie take on the role of Trish Tooley in the raunchy drama.

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Just what the Dr ordered! First ever female Doctor Who Jodie Whittaker is seen TOTALLY NAKED and having sex on the stairs in raunchy resurfaced scenes from 2014 drama The Smoke

Just what the Dr ordered! First ever female Doctor Who Jodie Whittaker is seen TOTALLY NAKED and having sex on the stairs in raunchy resurfaced scenes from 2014 drama The Smoke

Cheek to cheek: The Smoke - which aired in 2014 - included full-frontal nude scenes featuring Jodie, which have reemerged

Cheek to cheek: The Smoke - which aired in 2014 - included full-frontal nude scenes featuring Jodie, which have reemerged

The spicy scenes saw Jodie pressed up against a wall, locked in a passionate embrace with her on-screen lover Kev Allison [Jamie Bamber] before lying on a staircase and throwing back her head in ecstasy as he makes love to her.

Another scene featured Jodie going in a bedroom, seen getting changed in front of a man in a bed, without a bra in sight.

A third featured Jodie posing for a life drawing completely nude, seen flashing her rear as she climbed into position and lay down for the painting. 

Jodie was revealed as the 13th Time Lord (or Lady) - and the decision to cast a female actress in the role, which has previously been played by men and is currently held by Peter Capaldi, has appeared to divide fans.

Strike a pose: One scene featured Jodie posing for a life drawing completely nude, seen flashing her rear as she climbed into position and lay down for the painting

Strike a pose: One scene featured Jodie posing for a life drawing completely nude, seen flashing her rear as she climbed into position and lay down for the painting

Spict: The scenes saw Jodie lying on a staircase and throwing back her head in ecstasy as her on-screen boyfriend makes love to her

Spict: The scenes saw Jodie lying on a staircase and throwing back her head in ecstasy as her on-screen boyfriend makes love to her

She will be the Thirteenth Time Lord and take over from Peter Capaldi who leaves the global hit show at Christmas

Broadchurch star Jodie Whittaker has been confirmed as the new Docto. The announcement was made on BBC One after the Men's Wimbledon Final today

Broadchurch star Jodie Whittaker has been confirmed as the new Doctor. The announcement was made on BBC One after the Men's Wimbledon Final today

While many people are praising the BBC and the show's writers for choosing a female actress, others are saying it's 'political correctness gone mad'. 

Twitter user David Stephens said: 'Sorry this is so called equality, women's rights, political correctness gone mad-Dr Who was written/created as a man! End of.' 

Clive Walton agreed, writing on his Twitter page: 'No the character is a man not a woman! As usual the BBC have to muddy the waters through political correctness that's what they do!'

Responding to the BBC's announcement, Tony Moretta said on the social networking site: 'Well you're one viewer down already.' 

David Stephens said: 'Sorry this is so called equality, women's rights, political correctness gone mad-Dr Who was written/created as a man! End of.'

David Stephens said: 'Sorry this is so called equality, women's rights, political correctness gone mad-Dr Who was written/created as a man! End of.'

Clive Walton agreed, writing on his Twitter page: 'No the character is a man not a woman! As usual the BBC have to muddy the waters through political correctness that's what they do!'

Clive Walton agreed, writing on his Twitter page: 'No the character is a man not a woman! As usual the BBC have to muddy the waters through political correctness that's what they do!'

Tony Moretta said on the social networking site: 'Well you're one viewer down already.'

Tony Moretta said on the social networking site: 'Well you're one viewer down already.'

Another user, who tweets under the name of Sick of Tolerance, wrote: 'I trust her companion will be a disabled, transgender, asexual, Muslim Afro Caribbean gay all rolled into one to keep the PC BBC happy'

Another user, who tweets under the name of Sick of Tolerance, wrote: 'I trust her companion will be a disabled, transgender, asexual, Muslim Afro Caribbean gay all rolled into one to keep the PC BBC happy'

However, several other fans of the show have expressed their delight over the decision to cast the actress.

Georgina Hewitson tweeted: 'I must say I'm pleased we might get a generation of little girls running around with

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