Saturday, 31 October 2015

Connections Grange Hill part 2 by DJ Forrest


DW & TW Connections:

Grange Hill

Part Two

By DJ Forrest




Cast Continued

Brian Miller played a Hotel Manager  for 1 episode in 1991. He played Barney in Doctor Who: Deep Breath in 2014.
Played Harry in SJA: The Mad Woman in the Attic part 1 & 2 in 2009.
Played Dugdale in Doctor Who: Snakedance parts 1 - 4 in 1983. 
Played Dalek Voices for Parts 1 & 2 of Resurrection of the Daleks in 1984, and the voice of Daleks for Remembrance of the Daleks parts 2 - 4 in 1988.
Appeared as Dugdale for Snake Charmer: The Making of 'Snakedance' video docu short in 2011.

Ellen Thomas played a Pregnancy Advisor for 1 episode in 1991. She played a Clockwork Woman in Doctor Who: The Girl in the Fireplace in 2006 and Carmen in Planet of the Dead in 2009.
Appeared as Carmen in Doctor Who Confidential episode - Is There Life on Mars? in the same year.



Lisa Bowerman played a Photographer #2 for 1 episode in 1992. She played Admiral Cunningham for Doctor Who: Power of the Daleks short in 2012. 
Appeared as herself in The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot in 2013.
Played Karra in Doctor Who: Survival for parts 1 - 3 in 1989.
Is known more for her portrayal of Bernice Summerfield in the Big Finish audio plays.



Sharon Duncan-Brewster played a Girl in Cafe #2 for 1 episode in 1992.
Played Maggie Cain in Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars, credited without the hyphen in 2009.
Appeared as herself for Doctor Who Confidential episode - Is There Life on Mars? in the same year.



Peter Copley played Vicar for 1 episode in 1993.
Played Dr. Warlock in parts 1 & 2 of Doctor Who: Pyramids of Mars in 1975.
Appeared in video docu short as himself in Osirian Gothic in 2003.

Terrence Hardiman played Mr. Cresswell for 1 episode in 1993.
Played Hawthorne in Doctor Who: The Beast Below in 2010.
Was uncredited as Hawthorne in the Doctor Who documentary The Destinations of Doctor Who in 2012.



David Joyce played a Press Photographer for 1 episode in 1993.
Was uncredited as a Technician in Doctor Who: The Ambassadors of Death, episode 3 in 1970. 
Played Ogron in episodes 2 - 4 of Day of the Daleks in 1972.

Deborah Manship played an Electrician for 1 episode in 1993. Played Morgana in Doctor Who: The Greatest Show in the Galaxy parts 1 - 4 in 1989. Appeared as Morgana in video short Little Girl Lost in 2007.



Cheryl Hall played Mrs. Catesby for 1 episode in 1994. Played Shirna in episodes 1 - 4 of Doctor Who: Carnival of Monsters in 1973. Played the same character for The Sarah Jane Adventures - Death of the Doctor part 2 in 2010.



Steve Swinscoe played a Workman for 1 episode in 1994. Played a Sniper in part two of Doctor Who: The Happiness Patrol in 1988.



Alastair Cumming played Si for 1 episode in 1995. Played Colin Frazer in parts 1 - 4 of Doctor Who: Arc of Infinity in 1983. Appeared as himself and Colin Frazer for the video docu short Anti-Matter from Amsterdam in 2007.



Jonathan Evans played the St. Joseph's Head for 1 episode in 1995. Played 2 uncredited roles in Doctor Who in 1982.  A Kinda Tribesman in part one of Kinda, and a Soldier Marshall for 4 parts of Earthshock.

Andrew Loudon played Adam McClaren for 1 episode in 1995. Was the voice of Andy Loudon for Doctor Who video game: The Eternity Clock in 2012.



Debby Cumming played a Librarian for 1 episode in 1996. Was uncredited as the Fair Girl in Doctor Who: The Talons of Weng-Chiang part six in 1977.

Tony Curran played Police Officer #2 for 1 episode in 1996. Played Vincent in Doctor Who: Vincent and the Doctor and The Pandorica Opens in 2010.
Appeared on Doctor Who Confidential episode A Brush With Genius as himself in 2010.



Joseph Greig played a Hotel Owner for 1 episode in 1996. Played a Second Sensorite in Doctor Who episodes The Unwilling Warriors and Hidden Danger in 1964, credited as Joe Greig.  Was a Second Scientist for episode A Race Against Death in the same year again credited as Joe Greig.  He played a Warrior in episode Kidnap  and A Desperate Venture also in the same year.
Joe appeared as himself in I Was a 'Doctor Who' Monster video docu in 1996. He is the very first monster playing actor to speak his own lines.

John Hollis played Frank for 1 episode in 1996. Played Sondergaard for episodes 3 - 6 of Doctor Who: The Mutants in 1972. Appeared as Sondergaard in the video documentary Race Against Time in 2011.



Clive Kneller played the Chief Electrician for 1 episode in 1996. Played a Collier for Doctor Who: Enlightenment part one in 1983.



Tim Preece played Prof. Middlegate for 1 episode in 1996. Played Codal for all 6 episodes of Doctor Who: Planet of the Daleks in 1973. Appeared as Codal for the video docu short The Ties That Bind Us in 2008.



Raymond Sawyer played a Church Leader for 1 episode in 1996. Played the Desk Sergeant in Doctor Who: Blink in 2007.  Credited as Ray Sawyer.

Clare Clifford played a Therapist for 1 episode in 1997. Played Milton in Torchwood: Fragments in 2008, credited as Claire Clifford.  Played Kyle in Doctor Who: Earthshock part 1 - 4 in 1982. Appeared in 2 video docu shorts The Crowded TARDIS as Kyle in 2007, and The Cyber Story as Professor Kyle in 2008.

Sally Faulkner played an Assessor for 1 episode in 1997. Played Isobel Watkins in episodes 1 - 8 of Doctor Who: The Invasion in 1968. Appeared as Isobel Watkins for two video docu's - The UNIT Family: Part one in 2006, and Second Time Around: The Troughton Years in 2012. Appeared as herself for The Doctors, 30 Years of Time Travel and Beyond in 1995 and also Evolution of the Invasion in 2006.



Trevor Laird played Sammy for 1 episode in 1997. Played Clive Jones for Doctor Who: Smith and Jones, The Sound of Drums and Last of the Time Lords in 2007.
In 1986 he played Frax in Doctor Who: The Trial of a Time Lord parts 5 - 8.
He appeared in Doctor Who Greatest Moments episode The Companions in 2009.  Was uncredited as Clive Jones in Doctor Who: The End of Time part one in the same year.  Appeared as himself for episode #2.6 of Totally Doctor Who in 2007, and appeared as himself for Doctor Who Confidential in the same year - The Saxon Mystery and Meet Martha Jones.



Scott Marshall played Adrian for 1 episode in 1997. Not an actual Who episode but Scott played a TARDIS Onlooker in Harry Enfield and Chums episodes #2.1 and #2.2 in 1997.



Bernard Padden played DC Fitzpatrick for 1 episode in 1997. Played Tylos in Doctor Who: Full Circle parts 1 - 4 in 1980. Appeared as himself and Tylos in video docu short All Aboard the Starliner: The Making of 'Full Circle' in 2009.
Bernard was interviewed for the role of Adric but was unsuccessful, however he impressed them so much he was cast as Adric's friend Outler Tylos in Full Circle.



Sheila Ruskin played a Doctor for 1 episode in 1997.
Played Kassia in parts 1 - 3 in Doctor Who: The Keeper of Traken in 1981.
Appeared in two video docu shorts as herself and Kassia in 2007. 
Appeared as Kassia in part 4 of The Keeper of Traken in 1981.



Simon Slater played DC Browne for 1 episode in 1997. Played Edwardes in Doctor Who: The Trial of a Time Lord part 9, was uncredited for the same role in parts 10 - 12 in 1986.



David Webber played a Supermarket Manager for 1 episode in 1998. Played Minty in part 1 & 2 of SJA: Vault of Secrets in 2010.



Karen Gledhill played Miss Lacey for 1 episode in 1999. Played Allison in parts 1 - 4 of Doctor Who: Remembrance of the Daleks in 1988. Appeared in a video docu short Back to School as Allison Williams, and herself in 2007. Was uncredited for Allison in The 50 Greatest Television Dramas tv documentary also in the same year. Karen also reprised her role as Allison for the Big Finish audio stories "Counter Measures".



Colin Prockter played a Man With Bicycle for 1 episode in 1999. Played a Head Chef in Doctor Who: The Long Game in 2005 and an Air Raid Warden in Victory of the Daleks in 2010.



Suzann McLean played Bev for 1 episode in 2000. Played Veena Brady in Doctor Who: Turn Left in 2008.



Nigel Betts played Mr. Pickering for 1 episode in 2007. Played Mr Armitage in Doctor Who: Into the Dalek and The Caretaker, and was the voice of Mr Armitage in Dark Water, all in 2014.



Bella Emberg played a Cleaning Lady uncredited for 1 episode in 1980. Played Mrs Croot in Doctor Who: Love and Monsters in 2006. Bella although uncredited for both roles played a Nurse in episode 6 of Doctor Who and the Silurians in 1970 and a Kitchen Maid for part 4 of The Time Warrior in 1974.



Harry Fielder played a Parent uncredited for 1 episode 1985. Played 12 uncredited roles and 2 credited roles in Doctor Who from 1967 - 1982.  Most of the roles have been Guards to Assassins and one as Tigellan in part one of Meglos in 1980.
He was also uncredited as Krarg 3 and Krarg Commander in Doctor Who video Shada in 1992.



Series Produced by

Kenny McBain was producer of 36 episodes from 1983-1984. Was the director of parts 1 - 4 of Doctor Who: The Horns of Nimon in 1980.

Series Film Editing by

Geoffrey Botterill was film editor of 27 episodes from 1978-1979. Was editor of Doctor Who: Terror of the Autons episodes 1-4 in 1971.

Mike Houghton was film editor for 13 episodes in 1983. Was editor for part one of Doctor Who: Full Circle in 1980.  Was film editor for parts 1 & 2 of Castrovalva in 1982.   In parts 1 & 2 for Black Orchid, part 1 of Earthshock and parts 1 & 4 of Time-Flight he was editor in film sequences, in the same year.

Ray Wingrove was editor of 11 episodes in 1982. Was editor of film sequences in parts 1 & 2 of Doctor Who: The Mark of the Rani and parts 1 & 2 of Revelation of the Daleks in 1985.

Ted Walter was film editor for 3 episodes in 1978. Was uncredited as editor for episodes 2 - 6 and credited for episode 7 of Doctor Who: The Evil of the Daleks in 1967.

Dick Allen was film editor for 1 episode in 1981. Was editor for episodes 1 - 4 of Doctor Who: Destiny of the Daleks in 1979.

Series Production Design by

Tony Burrough was production designer for 15 episodes in 1983. Was designer for 17 episodes of Doctor Who from 1981 - 1985. 

Janet Budden was production designer for 6 episodes in 1983. Was production designer for 8 episodes of Doctor Who from 1980 - 1982 from parts 1 - 4 of Full Circle to four parts of Castrovalva in 1982.

Marjorie Pratt was production designer for 5 episodes in 1979. Was designer for 6 episodes of Doctor Who from 1983 - 1985, from Parts 1 - 4 of Arc of Infinity in 1983 and Parts 1 & 2 of Attack of the Cybermen in 1985.

Rochelle Selwyn was production designer for 4 episodes from 1980-1981. Was production designer for all 6 episodes of Doctor Who: Planet of the Spiders in 1974.

Valerie Warrender was production designer for 4 episodes in 1981. Was production designer for 12 episodes of Doctor Who from 1978 - 1984. Parts 1 - 4 of The Androids of Tara in 1978.  Parts 1 - 4 of The Creature from the Pit in 1979.
Parts 1 - 4 of The Twin Dilemma in 1984.

John Asbridge was production designer for 4 episodes in 1986. Was designer for 12 episodes of Doctor Who from 1987 - 1988, from Delta and the Bannermen parts 1 - 3 in 1987, including parts 1 - 3 of Dragonfire, The Happiness Patrol parts 1 - 3 in 1988 and Silver Nemesis parts 1 - 3 in the same year.

Paul Allen was production designer for 3 episodes in 1981. Was production designer for 14 episodes of Doctor Who from 1969 - 1977.

Tony Snoaden was production designer for 2 episodes in 1980. Was designer for 6 episodes of Doctor Who in 1972 for 6 episodes of The Sea Devils. And production designer for 4 episodes of The Sun Makers in 1977 and 2 episodes of Vengeance on Varos in 1985.

Bob Cove was production designer for 2 episodes in 1981. Was designer for 2 episodes of Doctor Who: Timelash in 1985.

Dinah Walker was production designer for 2 episodes in 1982. Was designer of parts 9 - 12 of Doctor Who: The Trial of a Time Lord in 1986.

Austin Ruddy was production designer for 2 episodes in 1984. Was production designer for 4 episodes of Doctor Who: The Face of Evil in 1977.

Christine Ruscoe was production designer for 1 episode in 1980. Was production designer for Doctor Who: Pyramids of Mars parts 1 - 4 in 1975, Parts 1-4 of The Hand of Fear in 1976 and Parts 1-4 of State of Decay in 1980.
She appeared in three video docu shorts - Serial Thrillers which looked back on Pyramids of Mars in 2003.  In the same year she appeared as herself for Osirian Gothic and in 2009 appeared as herself for The Vampire Lovers: The Making of 'State of Decay'.

Derek Evans was production designer for 1 episode in 1986. Was production designer for Doctor Who: Dimensions in Time in 1993.

Tim Gleeson was production designer for 1 episode in 1987. Was production designer for episodes 1 - 5 of Doctor Who: The Time Monster in 1972 and Designer for episodes 1 - 6 of Colony in Space in 1971.

Series Costume Design by

John Hearne was costume designer for 18 episodes in 1979. Was costume designer for parts 5 - 8 of Doctor Who: The Trial of a Time Lord in 1986.

Odile Dicks-Mireaux was costume designer for 4 episodes in 1983. Was costume designer for parts 1 - 4 of Doctor Who: Castrovalva and parts 1 - 4 of The Visitation in 1982.

Joan Ellacott was costume designer for 3 episodes in 1978. Was costume designer for 4 episodes of Doctor Who: The Deadly Assassin in 1976.

Judy Pepperdine costume designer for 1 episode in 1981. Was costume designer for 4 episodes of Doctor Who: Warriors of the Deep in 1984.

Series Makeup Department

Heather Squire was makeup artist for 18 episodes in 1983. Was uncredited assistant makeup artist for part 4 of Doctor Who: Warrior's Gate in 1981.

Vanessa Poulton was makeup artist for 17 episodes from 1981-1982. Was make up designer for parts 1 - 2 of Doctor Who: Timelash in 1985.

Ann Ailes-Stevenson was makeup artist for 16 episodes from 1980-1981. Credited as Ann Ailes, was make up artist for parts 1 - 4 of Doctor Who: The Face of Evil in 1977 and parts 1 & 2 of The Awakening in 1984.

Lisa Westcott was makeup designer for 8 episodes from 1987-1989. Was makeup artist for Doctor Who parts 1 - 2 of Black Orchid in 1982.

Christine Walmesley-Cotham was makeup artist for 6 episodes in 1978. Was makeup artist for parts 1 - 4 of Doctor Who: The Ribos Operation in 1978, and parts 1 - 4 of The Horns of Nimon in 1980.

Janis Gould was makeup artist for 5 episodes in 1979. Was make up artist for parts 1 - 4 of Doctor Who: The Sun Makers in 1977 and parts 1 - 4 of The Pirate Planet in 1978.

Suzan Broad was makeup artist for 4 episodes in 1981. Was makeup artist for Doctor Who: Kinda, for four episodes in 1982.

Sylvia Thornton was makeup artist for 3 episodes from 1978-1980. Was makeup for Doctor Who: The Android Invasion parts 1 - 4 in 1975.

Maureen Winslade was makeup artist for 3 episodes from 1980-1981. Was makeup artist for 10 episodes of Doctor Who from 1977 - 1978.  In parts 1 - 4 of The Invisible Enemy in 1977 and for 6 parts of The Invasion of Time in 1978.

Sheelagh Wells was makeup artist for 3 episodes in 1981. Was makeup designer for 14 episodes of Doctor Who from 2005 - 2006. Appeared as herself in Doctor Who Confidential episode Myths and Legends in 2006.

Jill Hagger was makeup artist for 2 episodes in 1980. Was make up artist for parts 1 - 4 of Doctor Who: The Androids of Tara in 1978.  Was make up artist for The Five Doctors in 1983, and Makeup designer for parts 1 - 4 of Frontios in 1984.

Cecile Hay-Arthur was makeup artist for 1 episode in 1979. Was make up for parts 1 - 3 of Doctor Who: Revenge of the Cybermen but uncredited as hair stylist and make up in part 4 in 1975.  Was Makeup artist for 4 parts of Underworld in 1978. Makeup artist in episodes 1 - 4 of Destiny of the Daleks.  Makeup artist for 4 parts of Meglos in 1980 and make up designer for parts 1 & 2 of Vengeance on Varos in 1985.

Kezia De Winne was makeup artist for 1 episode in 1981. Credited as Kezia Dewinne, was make up artist for parts 1 - 4 of Doctor Who: The Power of Kroll in 1979.

Series Production Management

Renny Tasker was production manager for 11 episodes from 1984-1986. Was assistant floor manager for Doctor Who: Castrovalva for all four episodes in 1982.

Series Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

Jim Capper was first assistant director for unknown episodes. Was production manager for the two parter Doctor Who story Black Orchid in 1982.

Series Sound Department

Graham Bedwell was film sound recordist / sound recordist for 59 episodes from 1978-1984. Was film recordist for 15 episodes of Doctor Who from 1976 - 1979.

Jim Cadman was sound: studio for 14 episodes in 1983. Was uncredited as grams operator for Doctor Who: Full Circle part one in 1980.

Malcolm Campbell was film sound recordist for 11 episodes in 1979. Was film sound for Doctor Who: The Caves of Androzani parts 1 & 2 and Sound for Part 4 in 1984.  Was film sound for parts 1 - 3 of The Twin Dilemma in the same year.

Keith Bowden was sound supervisor / sound for 8 episodes in 1989. Was studio sound for parts 1 & 2 of Doctor Who: The Mark of the Rani in 1985 and The Two Doctors parts 1 - 3 in the same year.  In 1989 was Sound for Ghost Light parts 1 - 3.

Clive Gifford was sound: studio for 4 episodes in 1980. Was sound: studio for parts 1 - 4 of Doctor Who: The Deadly Assassin in 1976, Studio Sound for parts 1 - 4 of The Talons of Weng-Chiang in 1977 with parts 5 & 6 as sound.  Was Sound: Studio for episodes 1 - 4 of Destiny of the Daleks in 1979.

Vic Godrich was sound supervisor for 3 episodes in 1989. Was Sound for parts 1 - 4 of Doctor Who: Robot in 1975, Sound for parts 1 & 2 of The Sontaran Experiment in the same year. In 1976 was O.B. Sound for parts 1 - 6 of The Seeds of Doom.  In 1977 was O.B. Sound for parts 1 - 4 of The Talons of Weng-Chiang, the same for parts 1 - 4 of The Stones of Blood in 1978, and again for parts 13-14 of The Trial of a Time Lord in 1986.

Doug Whittaker was sound supervisor for 2 episodes from 1985-1986. Was O.B. Sound for parts 1-4 of Doctor Who: Time of the Rani in 1987.  the same for part 4 of Paradise Towers in the same year.  Was Sound for parts 1 - 3 of Delta and the Bannermen in 1987.  In 1988 was O.B. Sound for parts 1-3 of Remembrance of the Daleks and in 1988/89 was O.B. Sound for parts 1-4 of The Greatest Show in the Galaxy.

Ian Leiper was sound supervisor for 2 episodes in 1989. Was O.B. Sound for parts 1 - 6 of Doctor Who: The Invasion of Time in 1978.

John Nottage was sound supervisor for 2 episodes in 1989. Was Sound for parts 1 - 3 of Doctor Who: Silver Nemesis in 1988, and parts 1 - 4 of The Curse of Fenric in 1989.

Brian Clark was sound supervisor for 1 episode in 1985. Was sound for 28 episodes of Doctor Who from 1986-1987.

Robin Luxford was sound for 1 episode in 1989. Was sound for 11 episodes of Doctor Who from 1965 - 1966.

Series Visual Effects by

Peter Logan was visual effects for 1 episode in 1986. Was visual effects designer for 20 episodes of Doctor Who from 1977 - 1982, and was effects assistant for 1 episode in 1971.
  
Series Stunts

Steve Whyment was stunt arranger for 3 episodes in 2000. Played an uncredited Man in Market in part one of Doctor Who: Snakedance in 1983, and uncredited as Traken in The Keeper of Traken part one in 1981.

Lee Sheward was stunt coordinator for 3 episodes in 2001.
Was stunt co-ordinator for Torchwood: Everything Changes in 2006, and Stunt Co-ordinator: UK unit for Miracle Day: The New World, The Categories of Life, The Middle Men and The Gathering in 2011.
Was stunt co-ordinator for 11 episodes of Doctor Who from 2005 - 2010.

Gareth Milne was fight arranger for 1 episode in 1982. Was uncredited as stunt double for Peter Davison in Doctor Who: Warriors of the Deep part 1 in 1984.
As an actor Gareth played The Unknown for Part 1 of Doctor Who: Black Orchid in 1982, he played George Cranleigh in part 2.  He was of course uncredited for his role of The Doctor as we've already learnt in 1984, and was uncredited as a Mortuary Attendant in part 2 of Vengeance on Varos in 1985.

William Willoughby was stunt performer for 1 episode in 1999. Was uncredited as stunt performer for Doctor Who: Rose in 2005. Credited as Will Willoughby for stunt performer in Smith and Jones and Evolution of the Daleks in 2007, uncredited for stunts in Daleks in Manhattan in 2007 and The Pandorica Opens in 2010.  Was Stunt performer as Will Willoughbyin A Good Man Goes to War and The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe in 2011, and Dinosaurs on a Spaceship and A Town Called Mercy in 2012.

Peter Brayham was stunt arranger for 1 episode in 2000. Was stunt co-ordinator for Doctor Who: The Christmas Invasion in 2005, New Earth and School Reunion in 2006.

Levan Doran was stunt performer for 1 episode in 2000. Was stunt performer for Doctor Who: Tooth and Claw in 2006.

Tom Lucy was stunt arranger for 1 episode in 2000. Was stunt co-ordinator for 18 episodes of Torchwood from 2006 - 2009 and stunt arranger for 2 episodes in 2008, and did you spot him in Ghost Machine?
Between 2007 and 2008, Tom was stunt co-ordinator for 16 episodes of Doctor Who. 
He also featured in Doctor Who Confidential as himself for 6 episodes from 2007-2008, and 2 episodes of Torchwood Declassified - Weevil Fight Club in 2006 and Home and Hart in 2008.



Paul Heasman was stunt performer for 1 episode in 2001. Was stunt arranger for 3 episodes of Doctor Who from 1988 - 1989, one uncredited.
As an actor he was uncredited as a Nazi in Silver Nemesis part 1 & 2 in 1988.

Series Camera and Electrical Department

Derek Slee was studio lighting for 27 episodes from 1978-1979. Was lighting for 20 episodes of Doctor Who - with 12 episodes of Lighting from 1976 - 1977, and studio lighting for 8 episodes from 1973 - 1975.

Bill Matthews was film camera for 17 episodes in 1979. Was film cameraman for 6 episodes of Doctor Who from 1973 - 1974 and film camera uncredited for episode 2 of Green Death in 1973.

Geoff Shaw was lighting director / lighting for 15 episodes from 1984-1985. Was lighting for 13 episodes of Doctor Who from 1965 - 1968, and studio lighting for 12 episodes from 1963 - 1970.
Was uncredited as a technical co-ordinator for episode 1 & 4 of Doctor Who: The Web of Fear in 1968.

Ron Bristow was studio lighting for 14 episodes in 1983. Was studio lighting for 4 episodes of Doctor Who: Castrovalva in 1982 and lighting director for parts 1 and 2 of Resurrection of the Daleks in 1984.

Warwick Fielding was lighting: studio for 13 episodes in 1980. Was lighting for 16 episodes of Doctor Who from 1978 - 1979.

Don Babbage was studio lighting for 11 episodes in 1982. Was lighting director for 24 episodes of Doctor Who from 1984 - 1987, was studio lighting for 13 episodes from 1983- 1986, lighting for 11 episodes from 1981 - 1988, and studio lighting director for 4 episodes from 1988 - 1989.

Ian Punter was film camera for 9 episodes from 1981-1983. Was uncredited as film camera assistant in part 1 of Doctor Who: Planet of the Spiders in 1974, and was film cameraman in parts 1 & 2 of Resurrection of the Daleks in 1984.

Dave White was camera supervisor for 8 episodes from 1984-1985. Was uncredited as senior camera operator in Doctor Who: The Masque of Mandragora part one in 1976.

Alan Horne was studio lighting for 7 episodes in 1981. Was lighting for 4 episodes of Doctor Who: Day of the Daleks in 1972 and studio lighting for part one of Invasion in 1974 and part 6 of Invasion of the Dinosaurs in the same year.

Martin Patmore was film camera for 7 episodes in 1982. Was film cameraman for 4 episodes of Doctor Who: The Power of Kroll in 1978/79.

Robin Sutherland was camera supervisor for 5 episodes from 1987-1989. Was o.b. camera operator for Doctor Who parts 1 - 4 of Remembrance of the Daleks in 1988.

John Hawes was camera supervisor for 5 episodes in 1989. Was O.B. Cameraman for parts 1-4 of Doctor Who: Time and the Rani in 1987.

Ron Peverall was senior camera operator for 3 episodes in 1983. Was uncredited as camera supervisor for Doctor Who: The Curse of Peladon part one in 1972.

Rob Arrowsmith was camera operator for 3 episodes from 2002-2004. Was camera operator for Doctor Who: The Pandorica Opens and The Big Bang in 2010, and credited as Robert Arrowsmith for A Christmas Carol in the same year.

Sam Barclay was studio lighting for 2 episodes from 1980-1981. Was lighting for part one of Doctor Who: Terminus in 1983, and studio lighting for parts 2 - 4.

Peter Smee was studio lighting for 2 episodes in 1980. Was studio lighting for parts 1 & 2 of Doctor Who: The King's Demons in 1983.  Was lighting for parts 1 - 4 of Warriors of the Deep in 1984.

Kevin Rowley was film camera for 2 episodes in 1982. Was film cameraman for episodes 1-4 of Doctor Who: Destiny of the Daleks in 1979, and parts 1 & 2 of The Mark of the Rani in 1985.

Remi Adefarasin was film camera for 1 episode in 1981. Was film cameraman for parts 2 - 4 of Doctor Who: Terminus in 1983 and parts 1 & 2 of The King's Demons in the same year.

Fintan Sheehan was film camera an episode in 1981. Was film cameraman for Doctor Who: State of Decay part one in 1980, and parts 1, 2 and 4 of Arc of Infinity in 1983.
Was also cinematographer for Doctor Who video: Shada in 1992, and uncredited as cinematographer for Doctor Who: The Five Doctors in 1983.

Mike Southon was film camera for 1 episode in 1981. Was director of photography for Doctor Who: Hide in 2013.

Alec Wheal was senior camera operator for 1 episode in 1982. Was senior cameraman for Doctor Who for 74 episodes from 1979-1983, camera supervisor for 51 episodes from 1983 - 1988, and studio camera supervisor for 23 episodes from 1986 - 1989.

Max Samett was film camera for 1 episode in 1985. Was film cameraman for 13 episodes from 1971 - 1980, and film camera for 1 episode in 1973.

Series Editorial Department

Carol Johnson was vision mixer for 26 episodes from 1980-1983. Was vision mixer for 38 episodes of Doctor Who from 1980 - 1983.

Mary Kellehar was vision mixer for 25 episodes from 1982-1984. Was vision mixer for parts 3 & 4 of Doctor Who: Terminus in 1983.

Jayne Beckett was vision mixer for 7 episodes from 1985-1986. Was vision mixer for 9 episodes of Doctor Who in 1985.

Stephen Newnham   was editor: video tape for 5 episodes in 1986. Was videotape editor for Doctor Who: The Trial of a Time Lord parts 1 - 4 in 1986.
Was video tape editor for 5 episodes in 1984 - 1985, credited as Steve Newnham.

Nigel Finnis was vision mixer for 4 episodes in 1983. Was vision mixer for 30 episodes of Doctor Who from 1979-1985.

Sue Thorne was vision mixer for 4 episodes in 1983. Was vision mixer for parts 1-4 of Doctor Who: Time and the Rani in 1987.

Alan Goddard was editor: video tape for 2 episodes in 1982. Was videotape editor for Doctor Who for 8 episodes from 1978 - 1979.

Paul del Bravo was vision mixer for 2 episodes in 1983. Was vision mixer for 7 episodes of Doctor Who, one of which he was uncredited for from 1980-1981.

Paul Wheeler was vision mixer for 1 episode in 1983. Was vision mixer for 12 episodes of Doctor Who from 1983 - 1984.

Barbara Gainsley was vision mixer for 1 episode in 1987. Was vision mixer for 7 episodes of Doctor Who from 1988-1989.

Series Music Department

Alan Hawkshaw was composer: theme music for 62 episodes from 1978-1989.
Composed the Incidental music for Doctor Who Online Adventures for 2 episodes of The Mystery Cell 882 part 1 & part 2 in 2012/13.

Series Other crew

Norma Flint was script editor for 26 episodes from 1985-1987. Was production assistant in Doctor Who: Warriors of the Deep, parts 1 - 4 in 1984.

Clive Gulliver was technical manager for 12 episodes in 1983. Was technical manager for parts 1-4 of Doctor Who: Castrovalva in 1982.

John Bradburn was production assistant for 9 episodes in 1978. Was production assistant for 4 episodes of Doctor Who in 1975, was assistant floor manager for 3 episodes from 1972 - 1973.

Michael McDermott was production assistant for 5 episodes in 1981. Was uncredited as production assistant for all 6 episodes of Doctor Who: The Green Death in 1973.
Was production manager for 4 episodes of Remembrance of the Daleks in 1988.

Rena Butterwick was production assistant for 4 episodes in 1982. Was production assistant in Doctor Who: Terminus parts 1-4 in 1983.

Robert Hignett was technical manager for 4 episodes in 1982. Was technical manager for 16 episodes of Doctor Who from 1980 - 1983.

Clive Leighton was technical manager for 4 episodes in 1983. Was uncredited for studio lighting for episode one of Doctor Who: The Web of Fear in 1968.  Was uncredited lighting for Doctor Who: The Web of Fear episodes 1-5 and credited as lighting for episode 6 in 1968.

Colin Widgery was engineering manager for 4 episodes in 1986. Was o.b. lighting for Doctor Who: The Trial of a Time Lord parts 5 & 6 in 1986.

Edward Pugh was floor manager for 1 episode in 1979. Was uncredited as floor assistant for Doctor Who: Terror of the Autons episode one in 1971.


Valerie Whiston was production assistant for 1 episode in 1987. Was production assistant for 6 episodes of Doctor Who in 1989.

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