Monday, 1 June 2015

Connections Poldark Classic & New Series by DJ Forrest


DW & TW Connections:

Poldark

Classic & New Series

By DJ Forrest



Poldark for those who are unclear is set in the late 18th century.  It’s about a character, Ross Poldark who after fighting in the American War of Independence, returns to his Cornish home to find his copper mines and estate in ruins, his dad dead and his sweetheart Elizabeth engaged to his cousin Francis.  Never a dull moment, eh!

The series first aired in 1975 and starred Robin Ellis as Ross Poldark.  It was a popular show, so it was no surprise really that another old drama series saw a revival back in 2014, this time with Aiden Turner taking up the lead role.  I’ve not seen the new series myself, I’m not a fan of costume dramas, although back in 1975, on a Sunday evening, it was watch the series or go to bed – so obviously you stayed up!!!

During the research I discovered that there were more cast and crew from Who in the Classic series than in the New, and there were more cast and crew from Who than in Torchwood, but given that the old series began in the 70’s, it’s not all that surprising.

Poldark from 2015

Series Directed by

Edward Bazalgette for 8 episodes in 2015. Director of Series 9 Doctor Who 2015 for episodes 5 and 6

Series Cast 

Eleanor Tomlinson Demelza for 8 episodes in 2015. Played Eve in SJA - The Mad Woman in the Attic part 1 & 2 in 2009 (was uncredited in part 1). Appeared as Eve in SJA: The Alien Files episode #1.2 in 2010 but was uncredited.



Philip Davis Jud Paynter for 5 episodes in 2015.  Played Lucius in Doctor Who: The Fires of Pompeii in 2008, credited as Phil Davis. Appeared as Lucius in Doctor Who Greatest Moments in the episode The Doctor in 2009.

Richard Hope Harris Pascoe for 5 episodes in 2015. Played Malohkeh uncredited in Doctor Who: The Hungry Earth in 2010.  Played Malohkeh in Cold Blood 2010, Dr. Malokeh in The Wedding of River Song 2011, and Bleytal in Dinosaurs on a Spaceship in 2012.



Pip Torrens Cary Warleggan for 4 episodes in 2015.  Played Rocastle in Doctor Who two parter Human Nature and The Family of Blood in 2007.


Sabrina Bartlett Keren Smith for 3 episodes in 2015.  Played Quayle's Ward in Doctor Who: Robot of Sherwood in 2014.



Julian Seager Landlord for 2 episodes in 2015. Played Big Red, uncredited in Doctor Who: Nightmare in Silver in 2013. Appeared as Crozier in video documentary Trials and Tribulations in 2008.



Patrick Ryecart Sir Hugh Bodregun for 1 episode in 2015.  Played Crozier in Doctor Who: The Trial of a Time Lord part 5 - 8 in 1986.



Series Film Editing by

Adam Green editor of 2 episodes of Poldark in 2015.  Was Editor of 2 episodes of Doctor Who in 2015 episode #1.4, Episode #1.3 (Series 9)

Series Art Direction by

Nandie Narishkin for 1 episode in 2015. Was Stand-by art director for 5 episodes of Doctor Who from 2012 - 2013.  The Snowmen, The Rings of Akhaten, Cold War, Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS, The Crimson Horror

Series Makeup Department

Abi Brotherton makeup artist for 1 episode in 2015.  Was Make up Artist for 13 episodes in 2010 for Doctor Who - The Eleventh Hour, The Beast Below, Victory of the Daleks, The Time of Angels, Flesh and Stone, The Vampires of Venice, Amy's Choice, The Hungry Earth, Cold Blood, Vincent and the Doctor, The Lodger, The Pandorica Opens, The Big Bang.  Was Make up supervisor for all 5 episodes of Torchwood: COE in 2009.

Chris Lyons special effects teeth for 1 episode in 2015.  Chris heads up Fangs F/X who is renowned throughout the industry for their prosthetic facial effects such as specialised character teeth.  Special effects teeth for 8 episodes of SJA from 2009 - 2010. 

Series Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

Richard J.R. Jones third assistant director crowd: dailies for 8 episodes in 2015.  Was floor runner for Torchwood: Miracle Day: The New World in 2011 but was uncredited.

Series Art Department

Roger Tarry carpenter for 8 episodes in 2015. Was a carpenter but uncredited for Doctor Who: Midnight in 2008 and The Lodger in 2010.

Series Stunts

Abbi Collins stunt coordinator for 8 episodes in 2015.  Was Stunt coordinator for 11 episodes of Doctor Who from 2006 - 2009. Was stunt co-ordinator for 12 episodes of SJA from 2007 - 2008 and appeared as herself for 3 episodes of Doctor Who Confidential from 2007 - 2009.  Space Craft 2007, Oods and Ends 2008 and Is There Life on Mars? 2009.

Series Camera and Electrical Department

Ed Moore director of photography for 8 episodes in 2015.  Was director of photography: second unit for 2 episodes of Doctor Who in 2013.  The Day of the Doctor and The Time of the Doctor both of which were uncredited.

Adam Sculthorp aerial camera operator for 8 episodes in 2015.  Was stereo superviser for Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctors 2013.

Nick Powell electrician for 8 episodes in 2015. Was electrician for 6 episodes of Doctor Who from 2012 - 2013.

Rob Carter steadicam operator for 4 episodes in 2015.  Was steadicam operator for 3 episodes of Doctor Who from 2013 - 2014.  The Bells of St John and The Rings of Akhaten in 2013 he was uncredited but for Last Christmas in 2014 he was credited.

Roger Pearce camera operator for 1 episode in 2015.  Was Camera Operator for Doctor Who from 2006 - 2009 and was director of photography for Doctor Who: Music of the Spheres in 2008.

Thomas Shawcroft camera trainee: dailies for 1 episode in 2015.  Was camera trainee for Doctor Who: Flatline in 2014.

Series Other crew

Monty Till assistant location manager / supervising location manager bristol for 8 episodes in 2015.  Was unit manager for 8 episodes of Doctor Who from 2012 to 2013 - The Snowmen in 2012, The Bells of St John, The Rings of Akhaten, Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS, The Crimson Horror, Nightmare in Silver, The Name of the Doctor and The Time of the Doctor in 2013.

Old Series Poldark cast & Crew who have also appeared in Doctor Who both ends of the Camera.

Poldark from 1975

Series Directed by

Kenneth Ives for 4 episodes in 1975. As an actor played Toba for episodes 1 - 5 of Doctor Who: The Dominators in 1968.  Appeared as Toba for Second Time Around: The Troughton Years in 2012.

Christopher Barry for 4 episodes in 1975.  Directed 43 episodes of Doctor Who from 1963 - 1979. From The Daleks episodes - The Dead Planet and The Survivors, The Ambush and The Expedition in 1963/64.  The Rescue episodes 1 & 2 in 1965, The Romans epis 1 - 4 in 1965.  The Savages epi 1 - 4 in 1966, The Power of the Daleks epis 1 - 6 in 1966, The Daemons 1-5 in 1971, The Mutants epi 1 - 6 in 1972, Robot Part 1 - 4 in 1975, The Brain of Morbius Part 1 - 4 and The Creature from the Pit part 1 - 4 in 1979. As an actor appeared in Doctor Who: The Brain of Morbius as the Mind Battle Face uncredited in 1976. He was credited as himself for various Doctor Who video documentaries from 1993 - 2012 from Changing Time: Living and Leaving Doctor Who in 2006, Built for War in the same year and A Matter of Time in 2007.  Return to Devil's End in 1993, Myth Makers: William Hartnell in 1999, Myth Makers Vol. 50: Elisabeth Sladen 2000, Patrick Troughton  Mythmakers 2002, Terrance Dicks: Fact & Fiction 2005, Are Friends Electric in 2008, Getting a Head in 2008, Christopher Barry: Director in 2010, Doctor Who: Team Erato in 2010.  Mounting a Rescue in 2009 and Second Time Around: The Troughton Years in 2012.

Series Writing Credits 

John Wiles for 1 episode in 1977.  Was Doctor Who Showrunner and producer for all four episodes of The Myth Makers in 1965. Showrunner for all episodes of The Dalek's Master Plan in 1966, Showrunner for all 4 episodes of The Massacre of St. Bartholomew's Eve 1966 and all 4 episodes of The Ark in 1966.  Appeared as producer in archived footage in video documentary Doctor Who': Daleks - The Early Years in 1993.

Series Cast 

Mary Wimbush Prudie Paynter for 22 episodes from 1975-1977.  Was Aunt Lavinia Smith in K-9 and Company: A Girl's Best Friend tv movie in 1981.


Forbes Collins Zacky Martin for 14 episodes from 1975-1977. Was Chief Officer in part 1 & 2 in Doctor Who: Vengeance on Varos in 1985. Was uncredited as Chief Officer in Nice or Nasty?: The Making of Vengeance on Varos video docu 2012.



Kevin McNally Drake Carne for 13 episodes in 1977. Played Hugo Lang for part 1 - 4 of Doctor Who: The Twin Dilemma in 1984. Appeared uncredited as Hugo Lang for Lords and Luddites: Making 'The Mark of the Rani' video in 2006.



John Baskcomb Nat Pearce for 10 episodes from 1975-1977.  Played Rossini in epi 1 & 2 of Terror of the Autons in 1971. Appeared as Rossini uncredited in Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited tv mini series docu episode The Third Doctor 2013.



Christopher Benjamin Sir Hugh Bodrugan  for 9 episodes, from 1975-1976. Played Colonel Hugh in Doctor Who: The Unicorn and the Wasp in 2008. In Classic Who played Sir Keith Gold for Inferno epis 1 - 5 and 7 in 1970, and Jago for parts 1 - 6 in The Talons of Weng-Chiang in 1977. In 2006, played Keith Gold in Can You Hear the Earth Scream video short.  Played Colonel Hugh Curbisly in Doctor Who Greatest Moments episode The Doctor in 2009.  And appeared as Jago but uncredited for Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited tv mini series docu episode The Fourth Doctor 2013.



Cynthia Grenville Constance Bodrugan for 8 episodes from 1975-1976. Played Maren in Doctor Who: The Brain of Morbius part 1 - 4 in 1976. Cynthia appeared as herself and Maren in Getting a Head - video documentary short in 2008 and Designs on Karn where she was uncredited as Maren in 2008.

Alan Tilvern Nicholas Warleggan for 7 episodes in 1977.  Played a Forester in Doctor Who: Planet of Giants episodes - Planet of Giants, Dangerous Journey and Crisis in 1964.



Jonathan Newth Capt. Blamey for 5 episodes in 1975.  Played Orfe for part 1 - 4 of Underworld in 1978. Appeared as himself for Into the Unknown: The making of 'Underworld' in the video short docu in 2010.



Eileen Way Agatha Poldark for 5 episodes in 1977.  Played Old Mother in Doctor Who: An Unearthly Child episodes The Cave of Skulls and The Forest of Fear in 1963.  Was Karela in The Creature from the Pit part 1 - 4 in 1979. In 1966 also played an Old Woman in the film version of Dalek's Invasion Earth 2150A.D. Appeared in 3 video docu's/shorts from 2004 in A New Beginning as Karela but uncredited. As Madame Karela for A Matter of Time in 2007 and Lalla's Wardrobe: A Frockumentary as Madame Karela uncredited in 2009.



Gertan Klauber Tom Harry for 4 episodes in 1977. Played a Galley Master in The Romans episode - All Roads lead to Rome in 1965, played Ola for epis 1 - 4 of The Macra Terror in 1967.  Appeared as Ola for Second Time Around: The Troughton Years video documentary in 2012. From 1966 to 1975



Dave Carter Harry Harry for 5 episodes from 1975-1977. 
Dave Carter has appeared as a variety of different characters.  In 1966 he appeared a Male Rebel although uncredited in episode 1 of The Power of the Daleks.  In 1968 appeared as an IE Guard again uncredited for epi 1 of The Invasion.  In episodes 4, 5 and 7 played a Silurian for Doctor Who and the Silurians, in epi 6 he played an uncredited Ambulance Man in 1970.  He played Primord in epi 5 and 6 of Inferno.  Museum Attendant in 1971, epi 1 of Terror of the Autons.  A Prison Officer for epi 1 - 6 of The Mind of Evil in 1971, was a Guard on Skybase uncredited in The Mutants, episode 1 in 1972.  Played Sergeant Duffy in Part 1 of Invasion in 1974, Played Grierson (scenes deleted) for part 1 of The Android Invasion in 1975, and Part 4 with the same character. He appeared as Grierson in the video short The Village that Came to Life in 2012.



Malcolm Tierney Monk Adderley for 4 episodes in 1977. Played Doland in part 9 - 12 of Doctor Who: The Trial of a Time Lord in 1986. Appeared as Doland for video documentary Trials and Tribulations in 2008.

Peter Diamond Joe Nanfan for 4 episodes in 1977.  Was fight arranger for 5 episodes of Poldark in 1977. Was fight arranger for 10 episodes of Doctor Who from 1964 - 1971 and stunt double for 2 episodes from 1964 - 1971. Was fight arranger for Doctor Who: The Highlanders episode 2 in 1966. Played Delos in Doctor Who episodes All Roads lead to Rome, Conspiracy and Inferno in 1965.  Was Morok Technician in The Dimensions of Time in 1965, Was Morok Guard for two episodes The Search and The Final Phase in 1965.  Was a Sailor in The Highlanders episodes 2 - 4 in 1966/67, Was Davis for episode 1 of The Ice Warriors in 1967.  Was an uncredited Extra in episode 1 of The Enemy of the World in 1967, was uncredited as Dr Who and Salamander for episode 6 of the same story this time in 1968.  Was an uncredited Confederate Horseman in The War Games episode 3 and an alien guard again uncredited in episode 9 of The War Games in 1969.

Martin Fisk Mark Daniel for 4 episodes from 1975-1976. Played Vargos for parts 1 - 4 of Doctor Who: The Leisure Hive in 1980. Appeared as Vargos uncredited in video documentary A New Beginning in 2004.


Jon Croft Blewitt for 4 episodes in 1975.  Played Tom Girton in epi 1 - 3 of Doctor Who: The Daemons in 1971.



David Garfield Jacka Hoblyn for 3 episodes from 1975-1976.  Played Von Weich for episodes 3 - 6 of Doctor Who: The War Games in 1969, played Neeva in parts 1 - 4 of The Face of Evil in 1977. He provided commentary for the Doctor Who 1963 The Face of Evil DVD.  In 2009 appeared as Von Welch for video documentary War Zone: The End of an Era and again the same character for Race Against Time video documentary in 2011.



Esmond Webb Rev. Odgers for 3 episodes in 1977. Played Sgt. Major Burns for epi 1 and 7 of Doctor Who: The War Games in 1969.  Appeared as Sgt. Major Burns in the video documentary War Zone: The End of an Era in  2009.



John Ringham Henshawe for 3 episodes from 1975-1976.  John played three different characters in Doctor Who, from Tlotoxl in all four episodes of The Aztecs.  He played Josiah Blake in The Smugglers episodes 2 - 4 in 1966, played Ash for Colony In Space episodes 1 - 6 in 1971. He appeared in two video documentaries - in 2011 Race Against Time as Tlotxtol, and Remembering 'The Aztecs' where he appeared as himself and Tlotoxl.



Don Henderson Tom Carne for 3 episodes in 1975.  Played Gavrok in Doctor Who: Delta and the Bannermen part 1-3 in 1987. He appeared in the video documentary The Doctors, 30 Years of Time Travel and Beyond as himself in 1995. 



Stuart Fell Fight Arranger for 3 episodes from 1975-1977. Was uncredited for stunts in epi 1 of Doctor Who: Terror of the Autons: in 1971, was fight arranger for part 1- 3 & 6 of The Talons of Weng-Chiang in 1977, was stunts uncredited for part one of The Ribos Operation in 1978, was uncredited as fights arranger in part 3 of State of Decay in 1980 but credited for part 4.  As an actor he appeared uncredited as a UNIT soldier for epi 1 & 2 of The Claws of Axos in 1971, was Alpha Centauri for epi 1 - 4 of The Curse of Peladon in 1972, was an uncredited Sea Devil in The Sea Devils, part 4 in 1972, was a Functionary (uncredited) in epi 1 of Carnival of Monsters in 1973, was the Body of Alpha Centauri in The Monster of Peladon part 1 - 6 in 1974, was a Tramp in Planet of the Spiders part 2 in 1974, an uncredited Wirrn Larvae in part 2 of The Ark in Space in 1975, and a Wirrn Operator in parts three and four.  Was a Double for Styre (uncredited) in The Sontaran Experiment part 1 in 1975, Played Kraal in part 3 of The Android Invasion in 1975.  A year later was the Monster in The Brain of Morbius part 3 & 4.  Again in 1976 was a Forking Peasant (giggles) and an uncredited Guard for part 1 of The Masque of Mandragora and an Entertainer for part 2.  Was an uncredited Tesh Guard in part 1 & 3 of The Face of Evil in 1977, again in the same year was an uncredited Guard in Part 1 & 4 of The Sun Makers.  In 1978 played a Sontaran in part 4 - 6 of The Invasion of Time and finally played Roga in State of Decay part 3 in 1980.
From 1977 - 2013 has appeared in many Who videos and television documentary's from Serial Thrillers in 2003 where he appeared as an uncredited Morbius Monster, in 2007 for Hammer Horror as the same creature.  In A Matter of Time he appeared as a Sontaran in the same year.  In 2008 he appeared again as a Sontaran for The Rise and Fall of Gallifrey and Out of Time.  In 2010 he appeared as Alpha Centauri for The Sarah Jane Adventures part 2 - Death of the Doctor.  He appeared in The Lively Arts documentary episode Whose Dr. Who as himself but uncredited in 1977.  In 1993 for the tv documentary I Was That Monster, three years later he appeared as himself for a video documentary - I Was A 'Doctor Who' Monster.  In Carnival of Monsters TV special in 1996 he appeared as himself.  In Built for War he appeared as himself in the video short about the Sontarans in 2006.  A year later in 2007 he appeared as himself for The Ribos File.  In 2008 he appeared as himself, the stuntman and a Sea Devil for Hello Sailor!: Making the Sea Devils docu short.  And finally Hadoke vs. HAVOC video documentary short as himself in 2013.



Roy Evans Nick Vigus for 3 episodes in 1975.  Played Trantis for 3 episodes of Doctor Who: The Dalek's Master Plan - Day of Armageddon, The Traitors and Volcano in 1965.  Played Bert for epi 1 & 2 of The Green Death in 1973, and played a Miner for part 3 and 4 of The Monster of Peladon in 1974.



Milton Johns Matthew Sanson for 3 episodes in1975. Played Benik in episodes 2 - 6 of Doctor Who: The Enemy of the World in 1968. Played Guy Crayford in The Android Invasion part 1 - 4 in 1975. Played Kelner in The Invasion of Time part 1 - 6 in 1978. He appeared in 5 video documentary's from 2007 - 2012.  A Matter of Time as Castellan Kelner in 2007, The Ties that Bind us  and The Rise and Fall of Gallifrey as Kelner in 2008, Out of Time as himself and Kelner in 2008, and The Village that Came to Life as himself - Interviewee and Guy Crayford in 2012. 



Edward Evans Aukett for 3 episodes in 1975).  Played Ted Moss in Doctor Who: Image of the Fendahl part 1 - 4 in 1977.



Preston Lockwood Harris Pascoe for 2 episodes in 1977. Played Dojjen in Doctor Who: Snakedance part 1, 3 and 4 in 1983. Appeared as Dojjen for a video short docu in 2011, Snake Charmer: The Making of 'Snakedance'.



Tim Barlow Mr. Tankard for 2 episodes from 1975-1977. Played Tyssan for episodes 1 - 4 of Doctor Who: Destiny of the Daleks. In 2007 appeared as Tyssan for two video shorts - Davros Connections and Directing 'Who': Ken Grieve.



Barry Jackson Charlie Kempthorne for 2 episodes from 1975-1976. Played Ascaris for 2 episodes of Doctor Who: The Romans in 1965 (The Slave Traders and All Roads lead to Rome).  Played Jeff Garvey in Galaxy 4 episode - The Exploding Planet in 1965 and Jeff Garvey for Mission to the Unknown again in 1965.  He was Drax in The Armageddon Factor part 5 & 6 in 1979. He appeared as himself and Drax in 2007 for a video short - Defining Shadows.  And in two video docu's in 2007, he appeared as Drax for A Matter of Time and Directing 'Who': Michael Hayes.



Jack May Ralph Allen Daniell for 2 episodes in 1977.  Played General Nicolai Hermack in all 6 episodes of The Space Pirates in 1969. Appeared as General Hermack for video documentary - Second Time Around: The Troughton Years in 2012.



Matthew Walters French Sergeant for 2 episodes in 1977.  Played a Main Gate Prisoner for episodes 3, 4 and 5 of The Mind of Evil in 1971.  Walters was uncredited for episodes 3 and 4.



Stephen Jack Sir John Treneglos  for 2 episodes in 1975. Played Farrell Senior in Doctor Who: Terror of the Autons episode 2 in 1971. In 2006 he appeared in Genesis of a Classic video as Farrell Senior.

Gregory de Polnay played a Sergeant for 1 episode in 1977.  In Doctor Who he played D.84 in The Robots of Death parts 1 - 4 in 1977. In a video short he appeared as himself in 1996 I Was a Doctor Who' Monster.

Jay Neill played Isaac Ward for 1 episode in 1977.  In Doctor Who from 1968 - 1978, played uncredited and credited roles, from an uncredited guard in epi 6 of The Enemy of the World in 1968, an uncredited policeman in epi 3 of Doctor Who and the Silurians in 1970, a Pikeman in part 2 of The Masque of Mandragora in 1976, Silvey in part 1 of The Invisible Enemy, Guard Klimt for part 2 of Underworld, but uncredited in part 3 for the same character. 



Ann Davies Woman for 1 episode in 1976.  Ann played the role of Jenny for 5 episodes of The Dalek Invasion of Earth in 1964.  She appeared as herself and Jenny in the video documentary Future Memories: Making the Dalek Invasion of Earth in 2003.



Debby Cumming played Mary  for 1 episode in 1977.  Played the fair girl in part six of Doctor Who: The Talons of Weng-Chiang in 1977.

John Scott Martin Hawke for 1 episode in 1977.  Is known better as a Dalek Operator from 1965 - 1988.  He was a Zarbi operator in 1965 and Zarbi for episodes 2 - 6, was a Dalek, Dalek Operator and Mechanoid for all 6 episodes of The Chase.  Was a Dalek and Dalek operator for  all 12 episodes of The Dalek's Master Plan in 1965/66.  Was a Dalek for episodes 3 - 6 of The Power of the Daleks in 1966.  The Evil of the Daleks episodes 5 - 7 in 1967 as a Dalek, Was a Robot in Colony in Space epi 1-3 in 1971, was uncredited as Charlie in The Daemons epi 3 - 6 in 1971.  Was a Dalek for Day of the Daleks for episodes 1 - 4 in 1972.  Was uncredited as Mutt for episodes 1 - 4 and epi 6 and credited as Mutt for epi 5 of The Mutants in 1972, was an uncredited Gell Guard for The Three Doctors episode 1 in 1972.  Was a Dalek in Frontier in Space episode 6 in 1973.  Was a Dalek operator in Planet of the Daleks epi 2 - 6 in 1973.  Played Hughes in epi 1 of The Green Death in 1973.  Was a Dalek Operator credited as John Scott-Martin for epis 1-4 of Death to the Daleks in 1974.  Played a Reading Guard, uncredited in Robot Part 1, in 1974.  Was a Dalek Operator in 1975 in Genesis of the Daleks epis 1 - 6.  Played Kriz in part 1 of The Brain of Morbius in 1976.  Was Nucleus in part 3 and 4 of The Invisible Enemy in 1977 credited as John Scott-Martin.  In the Five Doctors in 1983 was a Dalek Operator.  In 1984 was a Dalek Operator for parts 1 and 2 of Resurrection of the Daleks.  In Revelation of the Daleks  in 1985 part 1 & 2 was a Dalek Operator and again credited with the hyphen in his name.  In Remembrance of the Daleks appeared again as a Dalek operator for parts 2 - 4 in 1988. In a tv short documentary he appeared as himself for I Was That Monster in 1993.  In 1996 appeared as himself in a video documentary I Was a 'Doctor Who' Monster.  He appeared on Clive James on TV in 1998 as himself for the Episode relating to Doctor Who #2.6.  In 1998 appeared in Carnival of Monsters tv special as himself, and again as himself for The Story of Doctor Who in 2003, and himself in Genesis of a Classic video in 2006. He appeared as himself and a Dalek for 'Doctor Who': Daleks - The Early Years in 1993.
John Scott Martin was born on 1 April, 1926 in Toxteth, Liverpool, Merseyside UK.  He died January 6, 2009, in Great Maplestead, Essex, UK age 82.


Peter Miles played Manners for 1 episode in 1976. In 1970 played Dr. Lawrence in Doctor Who and the Silurians epis 1 - 6.  Played Professor Whitaker in Invasion of the Dinosaurs Part 2 - 6 in 1974, And played Nyder in parts 1 - 6 in Genesis of the Daleks in 1975. In 1993 appeared in tv movie documentary Doctor Who: Thirty years in the TARDIS as uncredited Nyder.  In 2006 appeared as Nyder for The Dalek Tapes.  2007 as Nyder for Terror Nation: Terry Nation and Doctor Who video docu.  Was uncredited as Whitaker for The Culture Show documentary for episode Me, You and Doctor Who in 2013.  In 2006 appeared in Genesis of a Classic video as himself and Nyder.  In 2007 appeared as Nyder video docu in Davros Connections.  In What Lies Beneath a video docu short appeared as himself and Dr. Lawrence in 2008, again in the same year appeared as himself and Dr. Lawrence for Going Underground,



Mark Eden St. John Peter for 1 episode in 1977. In 1964 played the role of Marco Polo in the story of the same name for all 7 episodes. Appeared as himself for the TV short docu William Hartnell: The Original in 2013.



Frank Jarvis 1st Male Rabble for 1 episode in 1975. In Doctor Who: The War Machines played a Corporal in episode 3 in 1966.  Played Ankh in parts 3 and 4 of Underworld in 1978.  Played Skart in The Power of Kroll part 1 - 4 in 1978/79.  Appeared as Skart for a video documentary in 2007 called A Matter of Time.  In 2010 appeared uncredited as Ankh in Into the Unknown: The Making of 'Underworld' video short.



Nigel Winder John Bone for 1 episode in 1977.  Played an Exxilon uncredited in Death to the Daleks part 1 and 2 in 1974.

Ian Cunningham played the Landlord for 1 episode in 1975.  Played Dr. Meredith in Doctor Who and the Silurians epi one in 1970.

Peter Rutherford Doctor #2 for 1 episode in 1975.  Played Roth in Doctor Who: The Sontaran Experiment part 1 and 2 in 1975.



Max Faulkner Miner for 1 episode in 1976.  From 1970 - 1978 appeared as several characters in Doctor Who, from The Ambassadors of Death epi 4 and 6 in 1970 as a UNIT soldier, uncredited in epi six.  An uncredited Exxilon in Death to the Daleks part 1 in 1974.  A miner in part 6 of The Monster of Peladon again in 1974.  In the same year was an uncredited Second Guard Captain in Planet of the Spiders part 4.  In 1975 was a Thal Guard for part 3 of Genesis of the Daleks.  Was an uncredited Crew Member in Planet of Evil part 1, Corporal Adams for part 1 - 4 of The Android Invasion.  In 1977 played an uncredited guard in part 1 of The Face of Evil.  In part 2 played an uncredited Tribesman.  In The Sun Makers part 1 and 3 played an uncredited Rebel in 1977.  In parts 3 - 6 played Nesbin in The Invasion of Time in 1978.
Was fight arranger for 1 episode of Doctor Who in 1976, The Hand of Fear part 2, and an uncredited Stunts for part 1 of The Hand of Fear.  Played a Guard Captain for part 5 of Planet of the Spiders in 1974.



Maureen Morris Woman for 1 episode in 1976. Was the voice of the Spider in Doctor Who: Planet of the Spiders part 3-6 in 1974.

John Dawson Mr. Lukey for 1 episode in 1977.  Played a Time Lord in part 1 and 2 in Doctor Who: The Deadly Assassin in 1976.  Appeared as a Time Lord for the video documentary The Rise and Fall of Gallifrey in 2008.

Harry Van Engel Footman for 1 episode in 1977.  Played an uncredited Kaled Scientist in parts 2, 5 and 6 of Genesis of the Daleks in 1975.


Oliver Gilbert Francis' Friend for 1 episode in 1975.  In Doctor Who: The Day of the Daleks he was the voice of the Daleks for episodes 1 - 4 in 1972.

Philip Madoc played Sir Henry Bull for 1 episode in 1975.  Born Philip Jones on July 5th, 1934, in Twynyrodyn, Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan, Wales, Philip Madoc appeared four times in Doctor Who from 1968 - 1979, playing 4 different characters.  From The Krotons in 1968/69 as Eelek, The War Games in 1969 for War Lord, for The Brain of Morbius in 1976 as Solon, and in 1978/79 as Fenner in The Power of Kroll.  In 2009 he appeared in a video short as War Lord in War Zone: The End of an Era.  In Designs on Karn, another video short he appeared as Solon but was uncredited in 2008.  In A Matter of Time he appeared as Fenner for another video documentary this time in 2007.  In the same year he appeared in a video short entitled Dr. Solon.  In 2003 he appeared in yet another video short uncredited as Solon for Serial Thrillers.  Sadly on 5th March, 2012 at the age of 77, Philip Madoc died in Michael Sobell Hospice, Northwood, Hillingdon, London UK. 



William Wilde played Salter for 1 episode in 1975.  Played a Draconian Captain in epi 4 and 5 of Doctor Who: Frontier in Space in 1973, was credited as Bill Wilde.



James Hall 1st Fop for 1 episode in 1975.  In Doctor Who: The Reign of Terror episode - A Land of Fear in 1964 he played a Soldier. In The Dalek's Master Plan episodes The Traitors and Counter Plot in 1965 he played Borkar. In 1993 he appeared as Borkar for the Doctor Who: Daleks - The Early Years video documentary.

Noel Johnson Captain Gower for 1 episode in 1977.  In 1967 played King Thous for Doctor Who: The Underwater Menace epi 2 - 4 however in epi 3 his character was credited as Thous.  In Invasion of the Dinosaurs: part 2 - 6 he played Charles Grover M.P. in 1974.



Terence Brook Clerk at the Election for 1 episode in 1977.  Played Braun in Doctor Who: Planet of Evil part 1 in 1975.  Played an uncredited Servant in The King's Demons part 1 in 1983, played an uncredited Retrograde in Frontios part 1 in 1984.  In a video documentary about Doctor Who called Second Time Around: The Troughton Years he appeared as King Thous in 2012.  In 2013 he appeared as Sir Charles but uncredited for The Culture Show for the episode - Me, You and Doctor Who. 

Jay McGrath Mr. Trengrouse for 1 episode in 1977.  Played uncredited characters in Doctor Who from a Worker in The War Machines episode 3 in 1966, a UNIT soldier in Doctor Who and the Silurians episode 3 in 1970, a Coven Member for Image of the Fendahl part 3 and 4 in 1977, and Dead Androgum in The Two Doctors part 1 in 1985.



Steve Emerson Footpad for 1 episode in 1975. In Doctor Who Steve played many uncredited roles including a guard in The Macra Terror in 1967 episode 1 - 3, whereas epi 4 of the same story he was a credited guard.  In epi 8 of The War Games in 1971 he played a UNIT Soldier.  He played a Retrograde in part 1 & 4 of Frontios in 1984 and in Revelation of the Daleks part 2 in 1985 he played a guard.

Chris Gannon played a Gaoler for 1 episode in 1975.  He played Casey in parts 1 - 4 of Doctor Who: The Talons of Weng-Chiang in 1977. 



Hugh Martin played a Cart driver for 1 episode in 1975. Played Munro in Terror of the Zygons part 1 in 1975, in part 2 of Vengeance on Varos in 1985, played a priest. 

Charles West played Aaron Otway for 1 episode in 1975.  Played Captain in The War Machines episodes 3 & 4 in 1966, Sam Becket in epi 1 of The Moonbase in 1967, was known as Sam for epis 2 - 4, was Fell in The Green Death epi 2 - 3 in 1973. 

Harry Fielder played a Street Man (uncredited) for 1 episode in 1975.  He played a Krarg Commander and Krarg 3 both uncredited in the Doctor Who: Shada video in 1992.  From 1967 - 1982, Harry played many varying roles on Doctor Who, nearly all uncredited.  In The Enemy of the World: epi 2 and 3 in 1967/68 he played a Central European Guard, in The Wheel in Space epi 1 & 2 in 1968 he played a Wheel Crewmember.  In Revenge of the Cybermen part 1 in 1975 he played Vogan.  In The Seeds of Doom 1976 part 3 he played a guard, but in part 4 of that story he played a credited guard.  In the Deadly Assassin he was to play another uncredited guard. In 1977, he played a Second Assassin for The Face of Evil part 1, and a Titan Base Crewman in The Invisible Enemy: part 1.  In 1978 he played a Levithian Guard for The Ribos Operation: part 3.  In 1979, a credited guard in The Armageddon Factor: Part 2.  He played Tigellan but was uncredited for the role in Meglos: part 1 in 1980.  And in Castrovalva part 1 in 1982 he played the role of yet another Security guard. 
Wow, that is some CV!



Terry Pearson played a Footman uncredited for1 episode in 1977.  In Doctor Who: The Mark of the Rani part 1 & 2 he played the role of an uncredited miner in 1985.

Series Produced by

Morris Barry producer for 16 episodes from 1975-1976. Directed 13 episodes of Doctor Who from 1967 - 1968 (The Moonbase epi 1 - 4, The Tomb of the Cybermen epi 1 - 4, and The Dominators epi 1 - 5. In 1979 played the part of Tollund in Doctor Who: The Creature from the Pit part 1.  Appeared as himself in three video shorts - The Cyber Story (as Director of The Moonbase) in 2008, Tombwatch in 2002, and Cybermen: The Early Years in 1992 including archive footage of his role as director.  Born in 1918, in Northampton, UK, Morris Barry died age 82 in 2000. 

Anthony Coburn producer for 4 episodes in 1977.  Was writer of 4 episodes of Doctor Who in 1963 (An Unearthly Child, The Cave of Skulls, The Forest of Fear and The Firemaker)

Series Film Editing by

Alistair McKay for 8 episodes in 1977. Was editor for Doctor Who: The Green Death epi 1, 2 & 4 in 1973 as film sequences of which epi 2 and 4 are uncredited.  For Snakedance part 4 film sequences but as Alastair MacKay as oppose to McKay, in 1983. 

Dave King for 4 episodes in 1975, Was editor for Doctor Who: The Mutants for all 6 episodes in 1972.

Richard Trevor for 2 episodes in 1975. Was editor for Doctor Who: Underworld part 4 in 1978 but was uncredited

Ian Pitch for 2 episodes in 1977. Was editor for Doctor Who Confidential in 2005 for episodes - The Good, The bad and the Ugly, TARDIS tales and Dalek.  Editor in the Doctor Who: A New Dimension movie documentary in the same year

Series Costume Design by

John Bloomfield for 15 episodes from 1975-1976.  Was costume designer for Doctor Who: The Face of Evil parts 1-4 in 1977 and parts 1 -6 of The Talons of Weng Chiang in 1977.

Series Makeup Department

Sylvia James makeup artist for 10 episodes in 1977. Was make up artist for 37 episodes from 1967 - 1969, did make up for 23 episodes from 1967 - 1975, make up for 10 epis from 1966 - 1975, make up for 8 episodes  from 1972 - 1975, make up supervisor for 6 episodes in 1967, key make up artist for 5 episodes in 1968, and make up designer for 1 episode in 1967. 

Series Production Management

Christopher D'Oyly John unit production manager for 22 episodes from 1975-1977.  Was production unit manager for 26 episodes of Doctor Who from 1976 - 1977 (The Masque of Mandragora, The Hand of Fear, The Deadly Assassin, The Face of Evil, The Robots of Death, The Talons of Weng Chiang). Was uncredited as assistant floor manager for The Ark in 1966, was uncredited production assistant for 4 episodes of The Macra Terror in 1967, appeared as himself in the video Evolution of the Invasion in 2006.  Was production assistant uncredited for The Invasion epi 1 -8 in 1968, uncredited production assistant for Doctor Who and the Siluriansepi 1 and 7 in 1970, Inferno in the same year epis 1-7 uncredited again as production assistant.  Uncredited production assistant for The Curse of Peladon epi 4 in 1972, in the same year for The Mutants episode 6, uncredited.  In Carnival of Monsters epi 1 - 4 in 1973 in the same role and Death to the Daleks part 4 in 1974 again uncredited.

Series Sound Department

Derek Medus film sound for 4 episodes from 1975-1976. Was sound recordist for all 4 episodes of Spearhead from Space in 1970.  Was film sound for episodes 1 - 4 of The Time Monster in 1972, was film sound for Carnival of Monsters epi 2 - 3 in 1973

Graham Bedwell film sound for 4 episodes in 1975.  Was film recordist for 15 episodes of Doctor Who from 1976 - 1979 - part 1 - 4 of The Hand of Fear in 1976, part 2 - 4 of The Deadly Assassin in 1976, epi 1 - 4 of Destiny of the Daleks in 1979 and part 1 - 4 of City of Death in 1979.

Mike Jones sound: studio for 4 episodes in 1975.  Was studio Sound for The Pirate Planet for part 1 in 1978, was Sound: Studio for part 2 - 4 of The Pirate Planet.

Bill Meekums film sound for 3 episodes in 1975.  Film sound for part 1 -3 of Genesis of the Daleks in 1975, film recordist for part 1 - 4 of Image of Fendahl in 1977.

Clive Derbyshire boom operator for 2 episodes in 1975.  Was film sound assistant uncredited though for part 1 & 2 of Terror of the Zygons in 1975.

Series Visual Effects by

Peter Pegrum visual effects designer for 2 episodes in1976. Was an uncredited effects assistant for episode 1 of Doctor Who: Terror of the Autons in 1971.  Was visual effects designer for parts 1-4 of Horror of Fang Rock in 1977, parts 1-4 of The Horns of Nimon in 1979/80 and visual effects designer for parts 1 - 4 of Terminus in 1983. 

Series Camera and Electrical Department

Godfrey Johnson film cameraman for 8 episodes from 1975-1976. Was film cameraman for 6 episodes of Doctor Who - Mawdryn Undead part 1 - 4 in 1983, Attack of the Cybermen part 1 - 2 in 1985. 

Dave Sydenham studio lighting for 4 episodes from 1975-1976. Was lighting for 4 episodes of Doctor Who: The Moonbase (epis 1 - 3 uncredited) in 1967. 

Peter Catlett studio lighting for 4 episodes  1975.  Was lighting for four episodes of The Brain of Morbius in 1976, and studio lighting for part 1 and 2 of The Awakening in 1984.

Keith Hopper camera operator / film cameraman for 4 episodes in 1975. Was film cameraman for Doctor Who: The Invasion part one in 1974, was uncredited film camera for part 5 of Invasion of the Dinosaurs in 1974.  film cameraman credited for part 6 of the same story.  Was film cameraman for part 1 and 6 of The Monster of Peladon in 1974, film cameraman for The Seeds of Doom part 6 in 1976 and part 1 of Earthshock in 1976 as film cameraman.

John Treays studio lighting for 3 episodes from 1975-1976. Studio lighting uncredited for 7 episodes of Doctor Who: The Daleks 1963 - 1964 and lighting uncredited for the last 3 episodes of Doctor Who: Marco Polo in 1964.

Elmer Cossey film cameraman for 2 episodes in 1975. Was an uncredited film cameraman for episode 5 of Planet of the Daleks in 1973.  Was film cameraman for Genesis of the Daleks part 1 - 3 in 1975, was film cameraman for part 1-4 of Revenge of the Cybermen in 1975, film cameraman for part 1-4 of Image of the Fendahl in 1977, and film cameraman for part 1-4 of The Pirate Planet in 1978.

John Dixon studio lighting for 2 episodes in 1975. Studio lighting for Doctor Who: Terror of the Zygons part 1-4 in 1975, The Seeds of Doom part 1-6 in 1976 and Destiny of the Daleks epi 1 - 4 in 1979. Was lighting for Warrior's Gate part 1-4 in 1981.

John Green lighting for 1 episode in 1975. Was camera and electrical lighting - studio lighting for 7 episodes of Doctor Who: Inferno (uncredited for episodes 1 - 6, credited for episode 7 studio lighting. 1970.  Was technical operations manager uncredited for 11 mixed episodes of Doctor Who from 1965 - 1966. 

Series Editorial Department

John Barclay vision mixer for 1 episode in 1975.  Was uncredited as vision mixer for Doctor Who: The Web of Fear episode 1 - 6 in 1968, and uncredited as vision mixer in 1970 for The Ambassadors of Death episodes 1 - 7 and uncredited vision mixer for part 4 of The Time Warrior in 1974.

Series Other crew

Roselyn Parker production assistant for 8 episodes from 1975-1976.  Was an uncredited assistant floor manager for 6 episodes of Doctor Who: The Abominable Snowmen in 1967.  Was uncredited assistant floor manager for 6 episodes of The Web of Fear in 1968.  Was uncredited assistant floor manager in 1971 for 4 episodes of The Claws of Axos, and again uncredited assistant floor manager of The Monster of Peladon part 1 and 6 in 1974.  Was production manager for 4 episodes of Doctor Who: The Visitation in 1982.

Edwina Craze production assistant for 6 episodes from1975-1977. In 1966 was uncredited production assistant for Doctor Who: The Tenth Planet episodes 1 - 4.  Was assistant floor manager uncredited for Doctor Who: The Enemy of the World episode 1 - 6 in 1968, Was again uncredited as Assistant floor manager in 1968 for The Mind Robber epis 1-5.  Was uncredited as production assistant for The Krotons epis 1 -4 in 1969.  Was uncredited as production assistant for The War Games episode 10 in 1969.  Was production assistant for Terror of the Zygons part 1 - 4 in 1975. 

Lovett Bickford production assistant for 4 episodes 1977.Was director of Doctor Who: The Leisure Hive part 1 - 4 in 1980.  Was assistant floor manager for 7 episodes of Doctor Who - The War Machines episode 1 - 3 but was uncredited in 1966.  Was Assistant floor manager again uncredited for episodes 1 - 4 of Doctor Who: The Moonbase in 1967.

Geraldine Stephenson choreographer for 2 episodes from 1975-1976.  Was choreographer for part 1 & 2 of Doctor Who: The Brain of Morbius (movement) in 1976.

Thea Murray production assistant for 2 episodes in 1977.  Was production assistant for episodes 1 - 4 of The Masque of Mandragora in 1976.

Ros Anderson production assistant 1 episode 1975. Production Assistant for 6 episodes of The Talons of Weng Chiang in 1977, and assistant floor manager uncredited in 1972 for The Curse of Peladon episode 1 and episode 4.

Ann Aronsohn production assistant for 1 episode in 1977.  Was production manager for 4 episodes of Doctor Who: Mawdryn Undead in 1983.  Was Production Assistant for all 6 episodes of Doctor Who: The Armageddon Factor in 1979.

Margot Eavis video presentation (unknown episodes) Was production manager for Parts 1 & 2 of Doctor Who: Vengeance on Varos in 1985.


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