Thursday, 30 April 2015

Connections Waterloo Road by DJ Forrest



DW & TW Connections:

Waterloo Road

By DJ Forrest


Waterloo Road began in 2006 and started its life somewhere in England, before moving north to Scotland.  Set in a secondary school the drama tells of the lives of the staff and pupils on both sides of the educational system.  There were many familiar faces in staff as well as the pupils who began their stint on the show.  In fact, so many that we felt we had to take a stroll along the sweaty gym halls and quiet corridors leading to the classrooms to find out just how many we recognised from the Whoniverse world.

The interest for life in school programmes stems from Grange Hill, and for the most part, Waterloo Road is Grange Hill but with a more balanced view, not just about the pupils, but about the teachers and new families coming into the series. 
Whereas Grange Hill was for children, Waterloo Road entertains the whole family, with topics ranging from LGBT issues to sociopaths, to pregnancy and more. 

Welcome to Waterloo Road and a trip down the Whoniverse Corridors.  We’ve done the research so you don’t have to!

Waterloo Road Series 2006 to present

Directed by

Jonathan Fox Bassett wrote 6 episodes of Waterloo Road from 2009-2012.  He directed 2 episodes of Torchwood in 2008 - Fragments and From Out of the Rain. He appeared as himself for episodes 10 & 12 in Torchwood Declassified 2008.

Joss Agnew directed 6 episodes from 2010-2011.  He directed 20 episodes of Sarah Jane Adventures from 2008 - 2011 including director for The Sarah Jane Adventures Comic Relief Special in 2009, but was uncredited. 

James Erskine directed 4 episodes in 2009. In 2006 he directed Torchwood: Random Shoes.  He appeared as himself in the Torchwood: Declassified episode - Dead Man Walking in the same year.

Andrew Gunn directed 4 episodes in 2011.  He directed 2 episodes of Doctor Who in 2010 - The Beast Below and Victory of the Daleks. Andrew also appeared as himself in Doctor Who Confidential episodes - War Games and All about the Girl in the same year.

Steve Hughes directed 4 episodes from 2012-2015.  He directed two episodes of Doctor Who in 2011 - Closing Time and Prequel to Let's Kill Hitler.  He appeared in the Doctor Who Confidential episode - Open all Hours in 2011.

Paul Murphy directed 4 episodes in 2012.  In 2014 directed two episodes of Doctor Who - The Caretaker and Robot of Sherwood.

Farren Blackburn directed 2 episodes in 2007. Farren directed two episodes of Doctor Who - The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe in 2011, and The Rings of Akhaten in 2013.

Keith Boak directed 2 episodes in 2009.  He directed three episodes of Doctor Who in 2005 - Rose, Aliens of London and World War Three. He appeared in Doctor Who Confidential episodes The Good, the Bad and the Ugly and Bringing Back the Doctor as himself again in 2005.

Brian Grant directed 2 episodes in 2015.  In 2005 Brian directed Doctor Who: The Long Game.  He appeared as himself in Doctor Who Confidential episode The Dark Side also in 2005.

Brian Kelly directed 1 episode in 2011. In 2006 Brian directed two episodes of Torchwood - Everything Changes and Day One in 2006.  He appeared as himself in three episodes of Torchwood Declassified.  Preview, Bad Day at the Office and Jack's Back again in 2006.

Series Writing Credits 

Phil Ford wrote 2 episodes of Waterloo Road back in 2007. In 2014 Phil wrote the Doctor Who episode Into the Dalek, in 2009 he wrote the scary episode The Waters of Mars.  Phil also wrote Doctor Who: The Adventure Games - The Gunpowder Plot video Game in 2011.  He wrote 22 episodes of Sarah Jane Adventures from 2007 - 2011.  He wrote the Doctor Who: The Adventure Games - Shadows of the Vashta Nerada game in 2010.  Wrote 6 episodes of Doctor Who: Dreamland mini series in 2009.  Wrote the Torchwood episode Something Borrowed in 2008. 

He also wrote the Torchwood Novel Skypoint published in 2008 and the Torchwood Audio The Dead Line in 2009, which is one of my favourite audios!
Phil Ford appeared as himself in Torchwood Declassified in 2008 in the episode - Something New, in Doctor Who Confidential for the episode Is there Life on Mars? in 2009, and in Doctor Who Extra for Into the Dalek in 2014.

Muirinn Lane Kelly wrote 1 episode of Waterloo Road in 2011. Muirinn was producer for 6 episodes of Doctor Who: Scream of the Shalka in 2003. 

Series Cast 

Mark Benton played Daniel Chalk for 49 episodes from 2011-2014. Mark played Clive in the first Doctor Who story involving the 9th Doctor - Rose, in 2005. He also appeared as himself in Making 'Doctor Who' with Russell T. Davies, a video short in 2005.



Tommy Knight played Kevin Chalk in 52 episodes from 2012-2015. Tommy played Luke Smith for both Sarah Jane Adventures series for 42 episodes from 2007 – 2011. 
In the SJA: Alien Files in 2010, but for episodes 1, 2, 4 & 5 of that year was uncredited for his appearances as Luke.
He appeared as Luke in Doctor Who from 2008 – 2010 for episodes, The Stolen Earth, Journey’s End and The End of Time: Part 2. 
He appeared in the Comic Relief 2009 film as Luke Smith
He appeared as Luke Smith in Doctor Who Confidential in the episode Allons-y! 2010, in The Sarah Jane Adventures - Death of the Doctor part 2 in 2010 but was uncredited for this.  He was also as Luke Smith for The Destinations of Doctor Who documentary in 2012. 
He also appeared as himself for My Sarah Jane: A Tribute to Elisabeth Sladen documentary in 2011 and in the CBBC programme 12 Again for the Doctor Who Special in 2013. 



William Ash played Christopher Mead for 44 episodes from 2009-2011. He was Riley Vashtee in Doctor Who: 42 back in 2007.  He appeared as himself in Totally Doctor Who in the same year.

Elizabeth Berrington played Ruby Fry for 38 episodes from 2009-2011. She played Auntie in Doctor Who: The Doctor's Wife in 2011.



Daniela Denby-Ashe played Lorraine Donnegan for 32 episodes from 2009-2013. She played Mary in Torchwood: Greeks Bearing Gifts episode in 2006. She appeared as herself in the Torchwood Declassified episode There's Something About Mary in the same year. 


Amanda Burton played Karen Fisher for 27 episodes from 2010-2011. Although Amanda hasn't appeared in Torchwood, Gwen referred to Owen as Amanda Burton during the episode Greeks Bearing Gifts after his misdiagnosis of the skeleton in the Autopsy room.

Camilla Power played Lorna Dickey for 18 episodes from 2006-2007. In 2008, Camilla played Pearl in Torchwood: From Out of the Rain.  She appeared as herself in Torchwood Declassified in the same year

Jenna Coleman played Lindsay James for 9 episodes in 2009.  Jenna currently plays Clara/Clara Oswald and Oswin in Doctor Who during the 11th & 12th era from 2012 - 2015 for 33 episodes so far.  Jenna has also played Clara for Doctor Who at the Proms, Doctor Who: The Ultimate Guide in 2013.  Appeared as herself in The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot in 2013, played Clara Oswald in 12 Again - Doctor Who Special in 2013, and uncredited as Clara Oswald in Doctor Who Explained in 2013.  Performed 'Hungry Like the Wolf' in the Doctor Who episode - Cold War in 2013. 
In 2014 appeared as herself for 10 episodes of Doctor Who Extra, as herself in Blue Peter episode - The 12th Doctor, as both herself and Clara Oswald for Doctor Who: Earth Conquest, Doctor Who: The Ultimate Companion as herself and Clara Oswald.  In 2013 appeared as herself in The Doctor Who Live: Afterparty, The One Show from 20th November 2013.  Doctor Who: The Ultimate Guide, Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited in the episode The Eleventh Doctor, as herself and Clara for BBC Proms: Prom 2: Doctor Who at the Proms.  As herself in Doctor Who Live: The Next Doctor, as herself in NerdHQ in the episode Doctor Who: Conversation with the Cast & Creators - Nerd HQ - HD - Matt Smith.  Doctor Who: The Companions as herself, The Nerdist as herself. (Aaand breathe). 



Vinette Robinson played Helen Hopewell for 8 episodes in 2009. She played Abi Lerner in Doctor Who: 42 in 2007.  Appeared as herself for Doctor Who Confidential episode - Space Craft in 2007.

Silas Carson played Stuart Hordley for 7 episodes from 2007-2008. Played The Ood/Ood Sigma and a variation of Aliens from 2005 – 2010.

Ron Donachie played Billy Byrne for 7 episodes in 2012. Ron played the Steward of Torchwood House in the Doctor Who episode Tooth & Claw in 2006. He appeared as himself in Doctor Who Confidential episode Fear Factor in 2006.

Chris Finch played Colin for 5 episodes from 2007-2008. In 2013 Chris played a Time Lord Soldier for the TV short Doctor Who: The Last Day, carrying this through to the episode The Day of the Doctor again in 2013. 



Rhea Bailey played Yasmin Deardon for 4 episodes in 2006. Played Jade in Torchwood: Out of Time episode in 2006 as one of the dorm girls.



Louise Delamere played Marion James for 4 episodes from 2009-2011.  Louise played Diane Holmes in Torchwood: Out of Time in 2006 and in End of Days 2007, briefly. She appeared uncredited as Diane Holmes for Torchwood's episode Captain Jack Harkness 2007.



Elizabeth Tan played Princess Windsor for 4 episodes in 2013. Played Anna Zhou in Doctor Who: Journey's End 2008.

Gareth David-Lloyd played Rob Hutchinson 3 episodes, 2015.  He played Ianto Jones for 30 episodes of Torchwood.  Was the same character in Doctor Who: The Stolen Earth and Journey's End in 2008.  Appeared in the TV Documentary Torchwood: Inside the Hub in 2009, and appeared as himself for Torchwood Declassified from 2006 - 2009.



Lizzie Roper played Jackie Stack for 2 episodes in 2011. Played Hoss in Big Finish Doctor Who audio drama Kiss of Death in 1996, written by Stephen Cole. Lizzie has played other characters for Big Finish: Doctor Who audios but am still to locate these (there are many).

James Weber Brown played Benjamin Patrick for 2 episodes, 2009. Played a Minister in Doctor Who: In the Forest of the Night in 2014.



Emma Cunniffe played Ailsa Calhoun for 2 episodes in 2015. Played Claire in Doctor Who: Night Terrors in 2011.



Radoslaw Kaim played Lukas Wisniewski for 1 episode in 2011. Played a Worker in Doctor Who: The Sontaran Stratagem in 2008.

Emily Joyce played Viv O'Donnell for 1 episode in 2011. Emily Joyce was the voice of the alien in the Doctor Who episode - The Girl in the Fireplace in 2006.

Tracy Ann Oberman played Alison Drew for 1 episode in 2011. Tracy played Yvonne Hartman as the head of Torchwood One, in Canary Wharf in Doctor Who: Army of Ghosts and Doomsday in 2006.  Tracy was uncredited as Yvonne Hartman in a video short called Cybermen in 2009.  In 2012 she appeared as herself in The Destinations of Doctor Who and again as herself and Yvonne Hartman in The Timey Wimey of Doctor Who and The Women of Doctor Who.  In Doctor Who Greatest Moments in 2009 she appeared as herself and Yvonne for episodes The Doctor, The Companions and The Enemies. She appeared as herself for The Weakest Link - Doctor Who Special in 2007.  In 2006 Tracy appeared as herself in Doctor Who Confidential episode Welcome to Torchwood.

Jane Asher played Margaret Harker for 1 episode in 2011. Jane played Andrea Yates in Sarah Jane Adventures episodes - What happened to Sarah Jane? Parts 1 & 2 in 2007

Kai Owen played Ken Watling for 1 episode in 2011.  Was Rhys Williams in Torchwood S1 - S4, plus audio dramas and narrator of audio stories and tie in novels from 2006 - 2011.  He appeared on Ready Steady Cook with Tom Price in 2010.  In Torchwood Declassified he appeared in 3 episodes as himself.  In 2006 for episode Time Flies, in 2008 he appeared twice - in Save the Whale and Something New.  He also appeared in Torchwood: Inside the Hub in 2009.



Rachel Davies played Granny for 1 episode in 2011.  She played Camilla in Doctor Who: State of Decay parts 1 - 4 in 1980. She appeared as Camilla in two video shorts Lalla's Wardrobe: A Frockumentary in 2009, and The Vampire Lovers: The Making of 'State of Decay' again in 2009.



Rob Jarvis played Neil Birmingham for 1 episode in 2009. Played Abramal in Doctor Who: The Time of the Doctor in 2013,

Brigit Forsyth played Susan Wilding for 1 episode in 2008. She played Ruth Maxtible in Doctor Who: The Evil of the Daleks episodes 2 - 5 in 1967.  In 1993 Brigit appeared as Ruth for Doctor Who': Daleks - The Early Years video documentary.

Tim Plester played Leon for 1 episode in 2008.  He played a servant in Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol in 2010.

Elizabeth Rider played Sheila Hanson for 1 episode in 2008.  In 2008 Elizabeth played the Atmos voice in Doctor Who: The Sontaran Stratagem.  In 2013, she played Linda in Doctor Who: The Time of the Doctor. 



Nicky Ladanowski played Yvonne Tindall for 1 episode in 2012. In 2008, Nicky played Lisa Trotter in The Sarah Jane Adventures episode - Secrets of the Stars part 1.

Tim Barlow played Man in Support Group for 1 episode in 2012. In 1979 Tim played Tyssan in Doctor Who story Destiny of the Daleks episodes 1 - 4.  In 2007 he appeared in two video docu/short as Tyssan - Davros Connections and Directing 'Who': Ken Grieve.

Niall Greig played Fulton Kai Murray for 1 episode in 2012.  In 2011, Niall played Gideon Vandaleur in Doctor Who: The Wedding of River Song.

Nicola Duffett played Daisy Skelton for 1 episode 2013.  Played Bronwen Jones - Eugene's Mum in Torchwood Random Shoes in 2006.

Raji James played Usman Haq for 1 episode in 2013. In 2006 Raji played Dr. Rajesh Singh for Doctor Who - Army of Ghosts and Doomsday in 2006.  He also appeared as himself for Totally Doctor Who in the same year.  Also for Doctor Who Confidential episode - Welcome to Torchwood.  In Timeshift, he appeared as Dr. Rajesh Singh for the episode Parallel Worlds: A User's Guide but was uncredited.  In 2009 he appeared as Dr. Singh for Doctor Who Greatest Moments.  In 2012 for The Timey-Wimey of Doctor Who but uncredited, and again uncredited as Dr. Singh for Doctor Who: The Companions in 2013.

Derek Riddell played Joe Mulgrew for 1 episode in 2013.  Played Sir Robert McLeish in Doctor Who: Tooth & Claw 2006. As Sir Robert, Riddell appeared in Doctor Who: Journey's End in 2008 uncredited, and in 2009, appeared in Doctor Who Greatest Moments episode The Doctor. 



Nigel Betts played Mr. Stewart for 1 episode in 2014.  In 2014, Nigel played Mr Armitage in Doctor Who: Into the Dalek, The Caretaker and voiced Mr Armitage in Dark Water. 



Charles De'Ath played Vincent Wark for 1 episode in 2014. In 2009 Charles played Adelaide's Father in Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars.  In the same year he appeared as Adelaide's Father in Doctor Who Confidential episode - Is There Life on Mars?

Claire Cage played Sophie Mitchell for 1 episode in 2015.    In 2008, Claire played David's Wife in Torchwood: Sleeper.



Ayesha Dharker played Yasmeen Khan for 1 episode in 2015.  In 2008, Ayesha played Solana Mercurio in Doctor Who: Planet of the Ood.  In the same year she appeared as herself for Doctor Who Confidential episode Oods and Ends.


Chris Wilson was a Police Armed Responce Officer (uncredited) for 1 episode in 2009. Chris has appeared in 3 episodes of Torchwood from Ghost Machine in 2006, Exit Wounds in 2008, and Miracle Day 2011 - check out our interview with Chris http://projecttorchwood.blogspot.co.uk/2015/03/interviews-interview-with-chris-wilson.html


Robert Stone was a Drinker (uncredited) for 1 episode in 2007.  In 2006 Robert played a Goth Man in Torchwood: Everything Changes, in 2008 he played a Bouncer in the Torchwood S2 episode Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang both of which he was uncredited for.  Check out our interview with Robert.


Series Cinematography by

Ernest Vincze was director of photography for 6 episodes from 2009-2010 for Waterloo Road.  In 2007 he was cinematographer for 2 episodes of Doctor Who, and director of photography for 36 episodes from 2005 - 2009.  In 2007 he was cinematographer for The Sarah Jane Adventures episode The Lost Boy: part 1.  He appeared as himself in Doctor Who Confidential in 2005 for two episodes - Special Effects and TARDIS tales.  He was credited as Ernie Vincze.

James Moss was cinematographer for 6 episodes from 2011-2012.  Was camera operator for Doctor Who: The Sontaran Stratagem and The Poison Sky in 2008, cinematographer: second unit for The Sontaram Stratagem also, this time uncredited. 
James was camera operator for 5 episodes of Torchwood from 2006 - 2008.  Random Shoes, KKBB, Reset, From Out of the Rain and Fragments.

Ian Adrian was cinematographer for 4 episodes in 2010. Was camera operator for An Adventure in Space and Time in 2013.

Simon Butcher was cinematographer for 4 episodes in 2010. Was director of photography for 4 episodes of Torchwood between 2006 - 2008.  Random Shoes, KKBB, Reset, From Out of the Rain and Fragments.

Series Film Editing by

Fergus MacKinnon for 14 episodes from 2009-2014.  Was film editor for 2 episodes of Torchwood in 2008 - From Out of the Rain and Fragments.

Tim Porter for 8 episodes from 2006-2009. Was film editor for 7 episodes of Doctor Who between 2011 - 2012. 

David Cresswell for 6 episodes from 2007-2010. Was film editor for 4 episodes of Doctor Who back in 2006.  Rise of the Cybermen, The Age of Steel, Army of Ghosts, Doomsday.

John Parker for 2 episodes in 2006. Was film editor for 7 episodes of Doctor Who Confidential from 2008 - 2010. Was off-line editor for 3 episodes of Doctor Who Confidential in 2011.

Philip Hookway for 2 episodes in 2007. Was film editor for Doctor Who: Flatline in 2014.

Sam Williams for 2 episodes in 2010. Was film editor for Doctor Who: The Rings of Akhaten in 2013.

Series Production Management

Marie Brown was post-production supervisor for 3 episodes in 2006. Was Post- production co-ordinator on 75 episodes of Doctor Who from 2005 - 2011.  Post production co-ordinator for 7 episodes of The Sarah Jane Adventures series in 2007. And post production co-ordinator for Doctor Who: Time Crash in 2007.  Was production supervisor for 13 episodes of Doctor Who in 2005.

Series Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

Thomas Alibone was third assistant director for 10 episodes in 2009. Was second assistant director for An Adventure in Space and Time in 2013.

Mike O'Regan was first assistant director for 4 episodes in 2009. Was first assistant director for 2 episodes of The Sarah Jane Adventures in 2007.

Scott Bates was first assistant director for 2 episodes in 2012. Was first assistant director for 5 episodes of Doctor Who in 2014.

Richard Harris was first assistant director for 2 episodes in 2006.  Was first assistant director for 3 episodes of Doctor Who between 2007 - 2008.  Was first assistant director for 2 episodes of Torchwood in 2008.  Was first assistant director for 4 episodes of The Sarah Jane Adventures in 2010. Appeared as himself in 3 episodes of Doctor Who Confidential from 2007 - 2008. 

Series Art Department

Silas Gee Williams was properties for 4 episodes in 2009. Was stand-by carpenter for 7 episodes of Doctor Who from 2005 - 2006, and stand-by props for 1 episode in 2010. - A Christmas Carol.

Series Sound Department

Ed Brookes was boom operator for 10 episodes from 2007-2009. Was sound maintenance engineer for one episode of Doctor Who in 2011 - Closing Time.

Helen Dickson was dialogue editor for 8 episodes in 2011. Was Foley editor for 13 episodes in 2010, sound editor for 1 episode in 2014 and sounds effects editor for 1 episode in 2014 of Doctor Who.  In 2009 was sound editor for The Sarah Jane Adventures for 12 episodes.

Nick Foley was adr mixer for 7 episodes 2009-2010. Was ADR mixer for Doctor Who: The Snowmen in 2012.

Sam Biggs was adr recordist for 2 episodes in 2015.  Was ADR recordist for Doctor Who: Flatline in 2014, was assistant ADR recordist for The Time of the Doctor in 2013.

George Atkins was adr mixer for 2 episodes in 2015. Was ADR mixer for Doctor Who: Flatline in 2014, was ADR recordist but uncredited, for The Time of the Doctor in 2013

Simon Diggins was adr mixer for 4 episodes in 2012. Was ADR mixer for 14 episodes of Doctor Who from 2013 - 2014.

Series Stunts

Tom Lucy was stunt coordinator for 21 episodes from 2006-2010. Was stunt co-ordinator for 18 episodes between 2006 - 2009, stunt arranger for 2 episodes in 2008.  Was Stunt co-ordinator for 16 episodes of Doctor Who between 2007 - 2008. Appeared in the 'tunnel' in Ghost Machine during a chase scene between Burnie Harris and Gwen Cooper.  Appeared as himself in Doctor Who Confidential for 6 episodes from 2007 - 2008. 
As himself again for Torchwood Declassified for 2 episodes - Weevil Fight Club in 2006 and Home and Hart in 2008. 



Dean Forster was stunt coordinator for 9 episodes from 2007-2009.  Was Stunt performer for 7 episodes of Doctor Who from 2005 - 2014, stunts for 2 episodes from 2007 - 2010.  Was stunt co-ordinator for 2 episodes of The Sarah Jane Adventures in 2011 for The Man Who Never Was part 1 & 2.  Was stunt performer for 1 episode of Torchwood in 2006, and stunts for 2 episodes in 2008 - 2009 both of which he was uncredited.

Crispin Layfield was stunt coordinator for 3 episodes from 2009-2010. Between 2007 - 2014 was stunt co-ordinator for Doctor Who for 58 episodes.  Was stunt performer for 1 episode in 2005. He played the Mugger in Torchwood episode KKBB in 2008. Crispin appeared as himself and as Stunt Co-ordinator for 12 episodes of Doctor Who Confidential from 2007 - 2011.  In Totally Doctor Who in 2007, he appeared as himself.

Jason Hunjan was stunt performer for 1 episode in 2006.  Was stunt performer for 2 episodes of Doctor Who - Voyage of the Damned in 2007 and The Next Doctor in 2008.  Was stunt performer for Torchwood: Combat in 2006.  Appeared as himself for Torchwood Declassified episode - Weevil Fight Club in 2006.

Kim McGarrity was stunt performer for 1 episode in 2007. Was stunt performer for 6 episodes of Doctor Who between 2005 - 2013.

Nick Wilkinson was stunts for 1 episode in 2007. Was stunt performer for Doctor Who: The Next Doctor in 2009.

Paul Heasman was stunt coordinator for 1 episode in 2009. He played an uncredited Nazi in Doctor Who: Silver Nemesis part 1 & 2 in 1988.

Robert Schofield stunts for 1 episode, 2009. Wires for 1 episode of Doctor Who in 2007 for The Shakespeare Code.  I'm assuming he was either in charge of the Wires or he was working with them for the episode. He was credited as Bob Schofield.

Series Camera and Electrical Department

Berndt Wiese was first assistant camera for 21 episodes from 2009-2010. Was focus puller for Doctor Who: The Time of the Doctor 2013

Gareth Hughes was camera operator: "a" camera / camera operator for 10 episodes in 2011. Was Camera Operator for 6 episodes of Torchwood in 2006

Russell Greenhalgh was lighting technician for 8 episodes in 2006. Was lighting technician for Torchwood: KKBB in 2008

Rob Arrowsmith was camera operator for 2 episodes in 2010. Was camera operator for 3 episodes of Doctor Who in 2010.  Credited as Robert Arrowsmith.

Series Costume and Wardrobe Department

Joanne Thompson was costume supervisor / costumes for 11 episodes from 2007-2009. Was Costume designer for 26 episodes of K9 from 2009 - 2010.

Series Other crew

Rachel Vipond was production runner for 20 episodes from 2011-2012. Was production assistant for 14 episodes of Doctor Who from 2012 - 2013, and production secretary for 2 episodes in 2013.

Jeff Dunn was production accountant for 14 episodes from 2007-2009.  Was Production accountant for 28 episodes of Doctor Who from 2012 - 2014.

Sandy McKellar was script supervisor for 4 episodes in 2013. Was script supervisor for Doctor Who episode Flatline in 2014.

Steve Walker was script supervisor for 3 episodes in 2009. Was script supervisor for 23 episodes of Doctor Who in 2011 - 2014.



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