Sunday, 1 November 2015

Connections Eastenders Part 3 (final) by DJ Forrest




DW & TW Connections:

Eastenders

Part 3

By DJ Forrest




Series Film Editing by

Roger Harvey for 51 episodes from 1985-1991.  Was videotape editor for Doctor Who: The Mind of Evil episode six in 1971.

Hugh Parson for 41 episodes from 1985-1993.  Was videotape editor for 45 episodes for Doctor Who from 1983 - 1989.  Editor for 23 episodes from 1987 - 1989.
Was videotape editor for 10 episodes of Doctor Who: The Trial of a Time Lord in 1986.
 
Ian Williams for 10 episodes from 2003-2008.  Was video tape editor for Doctor Who: Meglos parts 1 & 2 in 1980.

Malcolm Banthorpe for 3 episodes in 1985.  Was videotape editor for Doctor Who: The Stones of Blood parts 1 - 4 in 1978.

Fergus MacKinnon for 1 episode in 1999.  Was editor for Torchwood: From Out of the Rain and Fragments in 2008.

Stephen Newnham  for 2 episodes in 2002.  Was videotape editor for parts 1 - 4 of Doctor Who: The Trial of a Time Lord in 1986.  Credited as Steve Newnham, was videotape editor for all four parts of The Caves of Androzani in 1984 and the two parter Revelation of the Daleks in 1985.

Series Production Design by

John Stout production designer for 14 episodes from 1985-1987.  Production designer for 4 parts of Doctor Who: The Stones of Blood in 1978.

Nigel Curzon production designer for 11 episodes from 1990-1992.  Production designer for 4 episodes of Doctor Who: Terror of the Zygons parts 1 - 4 in 1975.

Bernard Lloyd-Jones production designer for 9 episodes from 1986-1990. 
Was designer on 4 episodes of Doctor Who: Earthshock in 1982.

Colin Green production designer for 8 episodes from 1985-1986.  Was production designer for Doctor Who: Death to the Daleks parts 1 - 4 in 1974 and Enlightenment parts 1 - 4 in 1983.

Roger Cann for 8 episodes in 1985.   Was production designer for Doctor Who: Nightmare of Eden parts 1 - 4 in 1979.

Eryl Ellis for 5 episodes from 2012-2013.  Was production designer for Doctor Who at the proms in 2006.  Production designer for Doctor Who Confidential episode Music and Monsters in 2006.

Rochelle Selwyn for 4 episodes in 1986.  Was production designer for all six episodes of Doctor Who: Planet of the Spiders in 1974.

Nick Somerville for 3 episodes in 2005.   Was designer for three episodes of Doctor Who: Ghost Light in 1989.  Was designer for 3 episodes of Doctor Who: Survival also in 1989.

Tristan Peatfield for 1 episode in 2013.  Was Production designer for Doctor Who: Amy's Choice and The Lodger in 2010.  Was art director for Doctor Who: Flatline in 2014.  Was stand-by art director for Doctor Who: The Vampires of Venice and Vincent and the Doctor in 2010.  Was Set Director for Doctor Who: The Runaway Bride, The Sound of Drums, Last of the Time Lords and Voyage of the Damned in 2007.

Series Art Direction by

Martyn Doust for 2 episodes in 2001.  Was Props for Doctor Who at the Proms in 2013.   And uncredited for the same role in 2009.

Nandie Narishkin for 4 episodes in 2011.  Was stand-by art director for 5 episodes of Doctor Who from 2012 - 2013.

Series Costume Design by

Barbara Kidd for 16 episodes from 1985-1986.  Was Costume Designer for 14 episodes of Doctor Who from 2010 - 2011.  Was Costume Designer for 32 episodes of Doctor Who from 1973 - 1982.

June Hudson for 12 episodes in 1985.  Was Costume Designer for 32 episodes of Doctor Who from 1978 - 1981.


Colin Lavers for 9 episodes in 1986.  Was Costume Designer for 11 episodes of Doctor Who from 1978 - 1983.

Dee Robson for 3 episodes from 1989-1990.  Was Costume Designer for 14 episodes of Doctor Who from 1978 - 1983.

Andrew Rose for 1 episode in 1987.  Was Costume Designer for 14 episodes of Doctor Who from 1975 - 1986.

Doreen James for 4 episodes from 1986-1988.  Was Costume Designer for 8 episodes of Doctor Who from 1978 - 1979.

Series Makeup Department

Gillian Thomas was makeup designer for 14 episodes, 1985-1986.  Was makeup designer for 6 episodes of Doctor Who in 1987, and makeup artist for 4 episodes in 1979.

Vanessa Poulton was makeup designer for 3 episodes, 1989.  Was makeup designer for Doctor Who: Timelash parts 1 & 2 in 1985.

Christine Walmesley-Cotham was makeup designer for 2 episodes, 1987-1988. 
Was make up designer for 8 episodes of Doctor Who from 1978 - 1980.


Lesley Holmes was makeup designer for 2 episodes, 1988.  Was an uncredited assistant makeup artist for Part 3 of Doctor Who: Warriors' Gate in 1981.

Jennifer Hughes was makeup designer for 1 episode, 1989.  Was makeup artist for 4 episodes of Doctor Who: Warriors of the Deep in 1984.

Ann Rayment was makeup designer for 1 episode, 1991.  Was make up for Doctor Who: The Three Doctors episode 1 in 1972 and episode 4 in 1973.   Was uncredited makeup artist for episodes 2 & 3 of The Three Doctors in 1973.  Was makeup for episode 1 and episode 6 of The Green Death, and uncredited make up for episodes 2 - 5 in 1973.

Allison Sing was makeup designer for 1 episode, 2003.  Was makeup artist for 25 episodes of Doctor Who from 2007 - 2013.  Was make up artist for SJA: Invasion of the Bane in 2007.

Adrian Rigby was prosthetic makeup assistant for 1 episode, 2014.  Was prosthetic make up artist for 4 episodes of SJA in 2008.  Was hair technician with Millennium FX but uncredited for Doctor Who: The God Complex in 2011.

Steve Smith was assistant makeup artist for unknown episodes.  Was Makeup artist for 41 episodes of Doctor Who from 2005 - 2009.  Was Makeup artist for Doctor Who: Music of the Spheres in 2008.

Suzanne Jansen was makeup designer for 11 episodes, 1985-1992.  Was an uncredited assistant makeup artist for Part One of Doctor Who: The Masque of Mandragora in 1976.

Juliette Mayer was makeup designer for 9 episodes, 1985.  Was Makeup designer for four episodes of Doctor Who: Battlefield in 1989.

Dorka Nieradzik was makeup designer for 6 episodes, 1986.  Was make up designer for 12 episodes of Doctor Who from 1981 - 1982.  Makeup designer for 9 episodes from 1985 - 1988.  Make up designer for 6 episodes from 1985 - 1986.
Make up artist for 4 episodes in 1980.

Kate Roberts was make-up and hair designer: segments / makeup designer for 6 episodes, 2001-2008.  Was Makeup and hair designer: segments for SJA: The Mark of the Berserker part 2 in 2008.  Was make up and hair designer: segments for The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith parts 1 & 2 in 2008.  Make up and hair designer: segments for part 1 of Enemy of the Bane also in 2008.

Was uncredited make up and hair designer: segments for Doctor Who: The Fires of Pompeii, Planet of the Ood and The Sontaran Stratagem in 2008.

Was make up artist for Torchwood: Everything Changes, Day One, Ghost Machine, Cyberwoman, They Keep Killing Suzie in 2006 and Captain Jack Harkness in 2007.
Was makeup supervisor for Sleeper, Meat, Dead Man Walking, A Day in the Death and Adrift in 2008.

Denise Baron was makeup designer for 5 episodes, 1985-1986.  Was make up designer for 8 episodes of Doctor Who from 1988 - 1989.  Was makeup designer for 8 episodes from 1984 - 1986.

Pauline Cox was makeup designer for 5 episodes, 1989-1990.   Was makeup artist for 4 episodes in 1981, make up artist for 4 episodes in 1977.

Series Production Management

Debbi Slater was production manager for 26 episodes, 2005-2006.  Was line producer: UK for Torchwood: Miracle Day - The New World, The Categories of Life, The Middle Men and The Gathering in 2011.  Was production manager for Torchwood: They Keep Killing Suzie in 2006.

Was associate producer for Doctor Who: Planet of the Dead and Waters of Mars in 2009.  Was production manager for 7 episodes of Doctor Who from 2007 - 2009.

Was associate producer for SJA: The Last Sontaran part 1 and Enemy of the Bane Part 1 in 2008.  Was production manager for 11 episodes of SJA in 2007.

Dafydd Arwyn Jones was production manager for 2 episodes, 1986-1989 and was first assistant director for 1 episode, 1986.  Was first assistant director for Torchwood: Random Shoes in 2006.

Romey Allison was production manager for 2 episodes, 1986.  Was production assistant for 8 episodes of Doctor Who from 1979 - 1980 and assistant floor manager for 1 episode in 1978.

Steve Goldie was production manager for 2 episodes, 1986.  Was production manager for 4 episodes of Doctor Who: Terminus in 1983.  Was an uncredited assistant floor manager for part 6 of Doctor Who: The Armageddon Factor in 1979.

Roselyn Parker was production manager for 2 episodes, 1987.  Was an uncredited assistant floor manager for 18 episodes of Doctor Who from 1967 - 1974.

Lloyd Elis was production manager for 21 episodes, 2014 and was first assistant director for 4 episodes, 2013.   Was first assistant director of The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith parts 1 & 2, and Enemy of the Bane parts 1 & 2 in 2008.  Was first assistant director for Doctor Who: The End of the World and The Unquiet Dead in 2005.

Liz Mace was production manager for 16 episodes, 1985-1993.  Was production manager for all 4 episodes of Doctor Who: Time-Flight in 1982.

David Mack was production manager for 15 episodes, 2004-2006.  Was first assistant director for Doctor Who: The Rings of Akhaten in 2013.

Rosemary Crowson was production manager for 13 episodes, 1985-1987.  Was production assistant for 10 episodes of Doctor Who from 1975 - 1979.

Matthew Purves was production manager for 13 episodes, 1993.  Was assistant floor manager for four episodes of Doctor Who: Battlefield in 1989.

Gary Downie was production manager for 11 episodes, 1985-1993.  Was production manager for Doctor Who: Dimensions in Time in 1993.  Production manager for 25 episodes of Doctor Who from 1985 - 1993.  Was uncredited as choreographer for Doctor Who: Black Orchid part 1 in 1982.  Was uncredited as assistant floor manager for Underworld part four in 1978.

Alexandra Bridcut was production manager for 11 episodes, 1986-1993.  Was first assistant director for 4 episodes, 2003-2005 and was programme scheduler for 9 episodes of Eastenders from 2003-2004.   Was assistant floor manager for Doctor Who: Full Circle part 4 in 1980.

Henry Foster was production manager for 8 episodes, 1985-1986.  Was production assistant for 8 episodes of Doctor Who from 1979 - 1980.  Was production manager for parts 1 - 4 of Doctor Who: Four to Doomsday in 1982.

Nigel Taylor was production manager for 7 episodes, 1985-1988.  Was uncredited as assistant floor manager for Doctor Who: The Stones of Blood for parts 1 and 4 in 1978.  Was uncredited as assistant director for part 1 of The Stones of Blood in 1978.

Ann Aronsohn was production manager for 6 episodes, 1985.  Was production manager for all 4 parts of Doctor Who: Mawdryn Undead in 1983.  Was production assistant for all 6 episodes of Doctor Who: The Armageddon Factor in 1979.

Nicholas Laughland  was production manager for 6 episodes, 1985.  Was assistant floor manager for parts 1 - 4 of Doctor Who: Earthshock in 1982.

Alan Wareing was production manager for 6 episodes, 1986.  Was director for 10 episodes of Doctor Who from 1988 - 1989.  Was production manager for 2 episodes of Doctor Who: Timelash in 1985.  Was production assistant for four episodes of The Keeper of Traken in 1981.  Was the uncredited voice of Little Girl God in Doctor Who: The Greatest Show in the Galaxy part 4 in 1989.

Jeremy Silberston was production manager for 4 episodes, 1986.  Was production manager for Doctor Who: The King's Demons parts 1 & 2 in 1983 and The Five Doctors.

Clare Graham was production manager for 5 episodes, 1986.  Was production manager for episodes 1 - 4 of Doctor Who: The Trial of a Time Lord in 1986.

Christopher Moss was production manager for 5 episodes, 1986.  Was uncredited as assistant floor manager for Doctor Who: The Power of Kroll part 4 in 1979.

Rob Evans was production manager for 4 episodes, 1987.  Was assistant floor manager for four episodes of Doctor Who: Planet of Fire in 1984.

Margot Hayhoe was production manager for 4 episodes, 1988-1990.  Was production associate for 2 episodes in 1998.  Was production manager for 12 episodes of Doctor Who from 1981 - 1983.  Was uncredited as assistant floor manager for 10 episodes of Doctor Who from 1966 - 1970.  Appeared as herself in Mars Probe 7: Making the Ambassadors of Death video docu short in 2012.

David Mason was production manager for 3 episodes, 1988. Was floor manager for 10 episodes from 1966 – 1970. Was line producer: US and New York for Doctor Who: The Impossible Astronaut and Day of the Moon in 2011 and The Angels Take Manhattan in 2012.  Appeared in Doctor Who Confidential as himself and Line Producer, USA in Coming to America in 2011.

Suzanna Shaw was production manager for 3 episodes, 1990.  Was first assistant director for Torchwood: From out of the Rain and Fragments in 2008.  Was production manager for Doctor Who: The Greatest Show in the Galaxy parts 1 - 4 in 1988.

Series Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

Matthew Purves was first assistant director for 14 episodes, 1998-2014.  Was assistant floor manager for Doctor Who: Battlefield for parts 1 - 4 in 1989.

James Dehaviland was second assistant director for 11 episodes, 2001-2004.  Was second assistant director for 50 episodes of Doctor Who from 2009 - 2014.  Was second assistant director for 13 episodes of Torchwood from 2006 - 2009.  Was drama events manager: Doctor Who for BBC Proms - Proms 2: Doctor Who at the Proms in 2013.

Ali Blodwen Jones was second assistant director for 8 episodes, 2012-2013. Was runner for Torchwood: Children of Earth, credited as Alison Jones in 2009.

Adam James Thompson was trainee assistant director for 6 episodes, 2007.  Was an uncredited stand-by propman for Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor in 2013.

Lloyd Elis was first assistant director for 4 episodes, 2013.  Was first assistant director of The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith parts 1 & 2, and Enemy of the Bane parts 1 & 2 in 2008.  Was first assistant director for Doctor Who: The End of the World and The Unquiet Dead in 2005.

Matthew Scrivener was first assistant director / third assistant director for 2 episodes, 1998-2006. Was first assistant director for Doctor Who: The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe in 2011.

Nick Rae was first assistant director for 2 episodes, 2014.  Was first assistant director for Torchwood: Ghost Machine and Small Worlds in 2006 and Captain Jack Harkness and End of Days in 2007. 

Jim Capper was first assistant director for 2 episodes, 2002-2004, and was production manager for 3 episodes, 1986.  Was production manager for Doctor Who: Black Orchid parts 1 & 2 in 1982.

James Blackwell was first assistant director for 1 episode, 2001.  Was first assistant director for Doctor Who: Partners in Crime episode in 2008.

Series Art Department

Nick Barnett was production buyer for 28 episodes, 2010-2014.  Was production buyer for 4 episodes of Doctor Who, and properties buyer for 3 episodes in 1989.

Pauline Seager was property buyer / production buyer for 13 episodes, 1985-2006. 
Was assistant floor manager for Doctor Who: The Five Doctors in 1983.

Sophie Campbell was assistant art director for 1 episode, 1986.  Was uncredited as art director for Doctor Who: Battlefield parts 1 - 4 in 1989.

Series Sound Department

Andy Stacey was sound supervisor for 14 episodes, 1985-1986.
Was studio sound for Doctor Who: Vengeance on Varos parts 1 & 2 in 1985 and Revelation of the Daleks parts 1 & 2 in the same year.  Was Sound Supervisor for Timelash parts 1 & 2 also in 1985.

Keith Bowden was sound supervisor / sound supervisor: video unit for 10 episodes, 1985-1986. Was studio sound for 5 episodes of Doctor Who in 1985 and sound for 3 episodes in 1989.

Brian Clark was sound supervisor for 9 episodes, 1988-2001.  Was sound for 28 episodes of Doctor Who from 1986 - 1987.

John Hartshorn was sound supervisor for 4 episodes, 1986-1990.  Was sound: studio for Doctor Who: The Horns of Nimon from 1979 - 1980.

Brian Hiles was sound supervisor for 3 episodes, 1987-1988.  Was sound for 22 episodes of Doctor Who from 1965 - 1976, and studio sound for 7 episodes from 1965 - 1975.

Richard Manton was film sound recordist for 1 episode, 1986. Was film sound for 11 episodes of Doctor Who from 1971 - 1972.

Steve Hudson was dubbing mixer for 3 episodes, 2003.  Was dubbing for 'Doctor Who': A New Dimension documentary in 2005.

Scott Talbott was sound supervisor for 2 episodes, 2013.  Was sound for 37 episodes of Doctor Who from 1983 - 1989 and studio sound for 8 episodes from 1984 - 1988.

John Mooney was sound recordist for 1 episode, 2005.  Was sound for 13 episodes of Doctor Who from 1988 - 1989.

Series Visual Effects by

Chris Lawson was visual effects for 2 episodes, 2012 and special effects designer for 2 episodes, 1998.  Was visual effects designer for 10 episodes of Doctor Who from 1983 - 1985

Tony Auger was visual effects supervisor for 1 episode, 2002 and special effects / special effects supervisor for 2 episodes, 2001-2002.  Was visual effects designer for Doctor Who: Black Orchid part 1 & 2 in 1982
Was visual effects assistant for K-9 and Company: A Girl's Best Friend tv movie in 1982 but was uncredited for this.

Mickey Edwards was visual effects assistant for unknown episodes.  Was Visual Effects designer for 4 episodes of Doctor Who: Four to Doomsday in 1982.

Series Stunts

Lee Sheward was stunt coordinator for 31 episodes, 2008-2014.  Was stunt co-ordinator for 4 episodes of Torchwood: Miracle Day - The New World, The Categories of Life, The Middle Men and The Gathering for the UK unit in 2011.
Was stunt co-ordinator for Everything Changes in 2006.  Was stunt co-ordinator for 11 episodes of Doctor Who from 2005 - 2010.  Stunt co-ordinator for Doctor Who in 1963.

Ray De-Haan was stunt coordinator for 19 episodes, 2012-2014.  Was stunt performer for Doctor Who: The Idiot's Lantern in 2006.

Tom Lucy was stunt coordinator for 15 episodes, 2004-2014.  Was stunt co-ordinator for 18 episodes of Torchwood from 2006 - 2009, and stunt arranger for 2 episodes in 2008.
Was stunt co-ordinator for 16 episodes of Doctor Who from 2007 - 2008.
Was in the ‘tunnel’ at the train station for Torchwood: Ghost Machine episode – see if you can spot him.

Steve Whyment was stunt coordinator for 6 episodes, 1999-2006.  Played an uncredited Traken in Doctor Who: The Keeper of Traken, part 1 in 1981.
Played an uncredited Man in Market in Snakedance part 1 in 1983.

Seon Rogers was stunt coordinator for 6 episodes, 2012-2013.  Was stunt performer for Doctor Who: Father's Day in 2005.
 
Paul Heasman was stunt coordinator for 2 episodes, 2005-2010.  Was stunt arranger for Doctor Who: Silver Nemesis part 1 in 1988 and Survival Parts 1 & 2 in 1989.
Played an uncredited Nazi in Doctor Who: Silver Nemesis parts 1 & 2 in 1988.

Jim Dowdall was stunt coordinator for 2 episodes, 2006-2012.  Played an uncredited Guerilla in Doctor Who: Day of the Daleks episodes 3 & 4 in 1972.
Was an uncredited Thal Guard in Genesis of the Daleks part 3 in 1975. Was an uncredited Elite Guard for part 5.  Was an uncredited Warnsman for Frontios part 1 in 1984.

Rob Jarman was stunt coordinator for 2 episodes, 2013.  Was stunt performer for Doctor Who: Deep Breath in 2014.

Rod Woodruff was stunt coordinator for 1 episode, 2001.  Was stunt co-ordinator for Doctor Who: Rose and World War Three in 2005.

Tina Maskell was stunt coordinator for 1 episode, 2004.  Was stunt performer for Doctor Who: Boom Town in 2005 and The Runaway Bride in 2006.  Tina was credited as Amskell - clearly someone had issues with Spell Checker!

Derek Lea was stunt coordinator for 1 episode, 2005. Played Andy 'Big Andy' Wilkins for 2 episodes from 1999-2011.  Was stunt performer for 5 episodes of Doctor Who from 2005 - 2008 including the episode Dalek.  Played a Paramedic in Torchwood: Sleeper episode in 2008.

Paul Kennington was stunt double for 1 episode, 2006.  Was an uncredited stunt performer for 5 episodes of Doctor Who from 2006 - 2008.

Crispin Layfield was stunt coordinator for 1 episode, 2014.  Was stunt co-ordinator for 58 episodes of Doctor Who from 2007 - 2014. Was stunt performer for 1 episode in 2005.
Played a mugger in Torchwood episode Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang in 2008. Appeared as himself and stunt co-ordinator for 12 episodes from 2007 - 2011. 

Sarah Franzl was stunts for unknown episodes.  Was stunt performer for Doctor Who: The End of the World in 2005, The Idiot's Lantern in 2006, and The End of Time parts 1 & 2 in 2009 - 2010.

Steve Griffin was stunt coordinator for unknown episodes.  Was stunt performer for Doctor Who: The Idiot's Lantern in 2006.

Dinny Powell was stunts for unknown episodes.   Was uncredited as a Stunt Guard in Doctor Who: The Curse of Peladon, epi 4 in 1972, and was uncredited as a Thal Guard for Genesis of the Daleks part 3 in 1975.

Derek Ware was stunts for unknown episodes.  Played a Saracen Warrior in 1965, a Bus Conductor and Trojan Soldier (uncredited) also in the same year.  Played Tuthmos for 2 episodes in 1966, played a Spaniard for 3 episodes of The Smugglers in 1966, episode 3 uncredited, played a Soldier in episode 4 of The Web of Fear in 1968, uncredited.  Played a UNIT Sergeant in epi 2 of The Ambassadors of Death, was uncredited as a UNIT soldier in episode 7 of the same story in 1970.  Played Private Wyatt in 3 episodes of Inferno also in the same year and played Pigbin Josh in epi 1 of The Claws of Axos in 1971.

Was fight arranger for 9 episodes of Doctor Who from 1963 - 1968, stunts for 2 episodes from 1964 - 1971, and fights for 1 episode in 1968.
Was fight arranger for the video - Doctor Who: The Crusade in 1999.
Was fight arranger for 2 episodes of Doctor Who from 1963 - 1967, fights arranged by for 1 episode in 1964.

Series Camera and Electrical Department

Peter Smee was lighting director for 21 episodes, 1985-1986.  Was lighting for 4 episodes of Doctor Who in 1984, was studio lighting for 2 episodes in 1983.

Eric Wallis was lighting director for 13 episodes, 1985-1991.  Was studio lighting and lighting for part 1 - 4 of Doctor Who: Time-Flight in 1982.

Derek Slee was lighting director for 10 episodes, 1985-1988.   Was lighting for 12 episodes of Doctor Who from 1976 - 1977, and studio lighting for 8 episodes from 1973 - 1975.

Don Babbage was lighting director for 9 episodes, 1985-1986.  Was lighting director for 24 episodes of Doctor Who from 1984 - 1987, 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.

Alec Wheal was camera supervisor / camera supervisor: video for 8 episodes, 1985-1988.  Was senior cameraman for 74 episodes from 1979 - 1983, camera supervisor for 51 episodes from 1983 - 1988, and studio camera supervisor for 23 episodes from 1986 - 1989.

David Lock was lighting director for 7 episodes, 1989-1993.  Was studio lighting director for 4 episodes of Doctor Who: Battlefield in 1989.

John Summers was lighting director for 6 episodes, 1985.  Was lighting director for 4 episodes of Doctor Who: Planet of Fire in 1984 and lighting for 4 episodes of Frontios also in the same year.

Alan Rixon was lighting director for 5 episodes, 2001-2005.  Was inlay operator for Doctor Who: Terror of the Autons episode 1 in 1971 but was uncredited.

John Green was lighting director for 4 episodes, 1985.  Was studio lighting for 7 episodes of Doctor Who: Inferno in 1970, uncredited for all but episode 7.
Was technical operations manager for 11 episodes from 1965-1966.

Terry Brett was lighting director for 4 episodes, 1988-1989.  Was technical manager for 8 episodes of Doctor Who from 1979 - 1981.

Mike Jefferies was lighting director for 4 episodes, 1989-1992.  Was studio lighting for 33 episodes from 1972 - 1986, lighting for 25 episodes from 1968 - 1982.

Ian Adrian was camera supervisor for 4 episodes, 2012-2014.  Was camera operator for An Adventure in Space and Time in 2013.  Was camera operator for 4 episodes of Doctor Who in 2010, was "b" camera operator for The Lodger in 2010.

Rodney Taylor was camera supervisor for 3 episodes, 1988-1989.  Was senior cameraman for 4 episodes of Doctor Who: The Creature from the Pit in 1979.

Geoff Clark was camera supervisor for 3 episodes, 1990-1991.  Was camera supervisor for 11 episodes of Doctor Who from 1984 - 1989 and senior cameraman for 2 episodes in 1983.

Henry Barber was lighting director for 2 episodes, 1986.  Was studio lighting for 14 episodes of Doctor Who from 1981 - 1988, lighting director for 11 episodes from 1985 - 1989, studio lighting director for 4 episodes from 1988 - 1989, and lighting for 3 episodes in 1983.  Was technical manager for Doctor Who: The Masque of Mandragora part 1 in 1976 but was uncredited.

Bert Postlethwaite was lighting director for 2 episodes, 1986.  Was lighting for 3 episodes of Doctor Who: Meglos in 1980 and in the same year was lighting for 3 episodes of State of Decay and studio lighting for 1 episode of the same story.

Duncan Brown was lighting director for 1 episode, 1986.  Was studio lighting for 11 episodes of Doctor Who from 1975 - 1980 and lighting for 7 episodes from 1977 - 1980.

Fred Wright was lighting director for 1 episode, 1988.  Was lighting for 8 episodes of Doctor Who from 1969 - 1983 and studio lighting for 3 episodes in 1982.
Was technical co-ordinator for 2 episodes of Doctor Who: The Seeds of Death in 1969 and technical manager for episode one of The Curse of Peladon in 1972, all of which he was uncredited for.

Alan Jeffery was lighting director for 1 episode in 1991. Was technical manager for 10 episodes of Doctor Who from 1982 - 1983.

Series Costume and Wardrobe Department

Anita Lad was wardrobe supervisor for unknown episodes.  Was Costume supervisor for Doctor Who: Robot of Sherwood, Kill the Moon and Mummy on the Orient Express in 2014.

Series Editorial Department

Graham Giles was vision mixer for 20 episodes from 1985-1990.  Was vision mixer for 5 episodes of Doctor Who: Meglos in 1980, and uncredited as vision mixer for part 1 of The Masque of Mandragora in 1976.

Mary Kellehar was vision mixer for 18 episodes from 1985-1994.  Was vision mixer for 2 episodes of Doctor Who: Terminus in 1983.

John Barclay was vision mixer for 13 episodes from 1986-2006.  Was vision mixer for 14 episodes of Doctor Who from 1968 - 1974 of which all were uncredited.

Barbara Gainsley was vision mixer for 12 episodes from 1985-1986.  Was vision mixer for 7 episodes of Doctor Who from 1988 - 1989.

Sue Thorne was vision mixer for 10 episodes, 1985-1992.  Was vision mixer for 4 episodes of Doctor Who: Time and the Rani in 1987.

Julie Mann was vision mixer for 9 episodes from 1989-2005.  Was vision mixer for 4 episodes of Doctor Who: The Greatest Show in the Galaxy in 1988.

Dinah Long was vision mixer for 6 episodes from 1985. Was vision mixer for 27 episodes of Doctor Who from 1984 - 1989.

Shirley Coward was vision mixer for 5 episodes from 1985-1987. Was vision mixer for 28 episodes of Doctor Who from 1966 - 1988.  Was uncredited an assistant for 4 episodes of Doctor Who in 1965.

Susan Brincat was vision mixer for 5 episodes in 1990.  Was vision mixer for 6 episodes of Doctor Who in 1989.

Jayne Beckett was vision mixer for 4 episodes, 1985.  Was vision mixer for 9 episodes of Doctor Who in 1985.

Fred Law was vision mixer for 3 episodes from 1988.  Was vision mixer for 8 episodes of Doctor Who from 1988 - 1989.

Hilary Briegel was vision mixer for 1 episode in 1989.  Was vision mixer for Doctor Who Live: The Afterparty in 2013.

Other crew

Nigel Taylor was head of production for 169 episodes from 2005-2006.  Was assistant floor manager for 2 episodes of Doctor Who in 1978 - The Stones of Blood part 1 & 2 - he was uncredited for both episodes. Also for episode 1 he was assistant director, again uncredited.

Tony Holland was script editor / series script editor / script editor: series / script supervisor for 166 episodes, 1985-1987.  Was an actor in Doctor Who as a Third assistant in episode 2 of The Savages in 1966.

Corinne Hollingworth was production associate for 71 episodes, 1986-1988.
Was production manager on 9 episodes of Doctor Who in 1984 - Episodes 1 - 4 The Caves of Androzani, Part 1 - 4 of Planet of Fire and Part 1 of Resurrection of the Daleks.

Juley Harding was script supervisor / production assistant for 43 episodes, 1989-2014.  Was production assistant for 6 episodes of Doctor Who from 1982 - 1984 - Black Orchid part 1 & 2, The Caves of Androzani parts 1 - 4.

Peter Anderson Studio was title designer for 38 episodes, 2010-2012.  Was title designer on Doctor Who: The Ultimate Guide documentary in 2013.

Patricia O'Leary was production assistant for 32 episodes, 1985-1992.  Was production assistant for 7 episodes of Doctor Who from 1983 - 1985 - Enlightenment part 1 - 4 and The Two Doctors part 1 - 3.

Mike Chislett was technical coordinator / resources coordinator for 29 episodes, 1985-1993.  Was lighting technician for Doctor Who Underworld part 1 in 1978 but was uncredited.

Mike Hudson was production associate for 27 episodes from 1986-1988.  Was production manager for 2 episodes of Doctor Who in 1984 - The Awakening part 1 & 2.

Edwina Craze was production associate for 21 episodes, 1990.  Was production assistant for 13 episodes of Doctor Who from 1966 - 1975, and assistant floor manager for 11 episodes from 1967 - 1968.

Matthew Bouch was script editor for 20 episodes, 2000.  Was producer for 10 episodes of SJA in 2007 and Series producer for 2 episodes in 2008 - The Last Sontaran part 1 and Enemy of the Bane part 1.

Monica Rodger was production assistant / production accountant for 18 episodes, 1985-1991.  Was director's assistant for 4 episodes of Doctor Who in 1979 - Nightmare of Eden part 1 - 4.

Christopher D'Oyly John was production associate for 18 episodes in 1985. 
Was production unit manager for 22 episodes of Doctor Who from 1976 - 1977.
Was production assistant for 28 episodes from 1967 - 1974 and assistant floor manager for 4 episodes in 1966.  He appeared as himself in the Doctor Who video documentary Evolution of the Invasion released on 24th August 2006. Providing the commentary for the DVD The Invasion in the same year.

Alison Symington was assistant floor manager for 16 episodes from 1985-1991. 
Was assistant floor manager for Doctor Who: The Visitation part 1 - 4 in 1982

Alan Arbuthnott was technical coordinator for 13 episodes from 1985-1986. 
Was technical co-ordinator for 44 episodes of Doctor Who from 1983 - 1986 and technical manager for 11 episodes from 1983 - 1984.

Bill Lyons was story editor for 13 episodes from 1988-1989.  Was an actor in Doctor Who playing Guard on Denes for The Enemy of the World, episode 3 in 1968.

Joanna Newbery was assistant floor manager for 12 episodes from 1985-1987. 
Was assistant floor manager for Doctor Who: Time and the Rani part 1 - 4 in 1987.

Richard Stokes was series script editor / script editor: series / script editor for 12 episodes from 1998-2000.
Was producer of 19 episodes of Torchwood from 2006 - 2008.  Appeared in 23 episodes of Torchwood Declassified as himself from 2006 - 2008

Sue Hedden was assistant floor manager for 9 episodes from 1985-1990.  Was assistant floor manager for 21 episodes of Doctor Who from 1970 - 1984.

Faith Penhale was script editor / script editor: series for 9 episodes from 2001-2002.
Was executive producer for Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor in 2013 (for Doctor Who).
Was executive producer for Prom 2: Doctor Who at the Proms also in 2013.

Matt Strevens was script editor for 9 episodes in 2004. Was producer of An Adventure in Space and Time in 2013.

Ray Hider was technical coordinator for 8 episodes from 1985-1990.  Was technical manager but uncredited in Doctor Who: Terror of the Autons episode 1 in 1971, and lighting technician for episode 6 of The Power of the Daleks in 1966 again uncredited.

Valerie Whiston was production assistant for 8 episodes from 1986-1990.  
Was production assistant for 6 episodes of Doctor Who in 1989.

Winifred Hopkins was production assistant for 6 episodes in 1985.  Was production assistant for 4 episodes of Doctor Who: The Curse of Fenric in 1989.

Llinos Wyn Jones was production assistant for 6 episodes in 1985.  Was Continuity for 7 episodes of Doctor Who from 2005 - 2009.  Was Continuity for 12 episodes of Torchwood from 2006 - 2008.  Was Continuity for Part 1 of SJA: Enemy of the Bane in 2008.  Was production assistant for parts 1 & 2 of Doctor Who: Attack of the Cybermen in 1985.

Julia Randall was production assistant for 6 episodes in 1985.  Was production assistant for 4 episodes of Doctor Who: The Visitation in 1982.

Maggy Campbell was assistant floor manager for 6 episodes from 1986 -1988. 
Was assistant floor manager for 4 episodes of Doctor Who: Snakedance in 1983.

Derek Martin was technical coordinator for 6 episodes from 1986-1988.  Was technical manager for Doctor Who: The Visitation, for 4 episodes in 1982.

Jean Davis was production assistant for 6 episodes from 1990-1992.  Was production assistant for 5 episodes of Doctor Who from 1982 - 1983, and director's assistant for 4 episodes in 1981.

Catrin Lewis Defis was assistant floor manager for 6 episodes from 1993-1994. 
Was associate producer for Doctor Who: The Next Doctor in 2008, and The End of Time parts 1 & 2 in 2009/2010.
Was associate producer: BBC Wales for Torchwood: Inside the Hub docu in 2009.
Was associate producer of 18 episodes of Torchwood from 2008 - 2009. From S2 - S3.
Was producer for Doctor Who at the Proms segment "Music of the Spheres" in 2009, credited as Catrin Defis.
Was producer of Doctor Who: Music of the Spheres tv short in 2008.  Was production manager for Torchwood: Ghost Machine, Small Worlds, Greeks Bearing Gifts and Out of Time in 2006.

Phillip Trow was script supervisor for 6 episodes from 2005-2014.  Was script supervisor for Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol in 2010.

Diana Barton was assistant floor manager for 5 episodes in 1986, was production manager for 5 episodes, 1990-1991 and was producer for 24 episodes from 2000-2001.
Was line producer for 22 episodes of Doctor Who from 2010 - 2013.

Lynn Grant was location manager / assistant floor manager for 5 episodes from 1991-1993.  Was assistant floor manager for 10 episodes of Doctor Who in 1988.

Stephen Jeffery-Poulter was assistant floor manager for 4 episodes from 1986-1987.  Was assistant floor manager for 6 episodes of Doctor Who from 1984 - 1986.

Sue Upton was production assistant for 5 episodes in 1998.  Was production assistant on Doctor Who: The King's Demons part 1 & 2 in 1983.

Gary Downie was location manager for 4 episodes in 1990.  Was production manager on Doctor Who: Dimensions in Time in 1993.  Was production manager for 25 episodes of Doctor Who from 1985 - 1989.  Was uncredited choreographer for Doctor Who: Black Orchid part 1 in 1982, and uncredited assistant floor manager for Underworld: part 4 in 1978.  Appeared as himself for Doctor Who: Beneath the Lights video docu short in 2004, and Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Spain video doc short in 2004. 

Rita Dunn was production assistant for 3 episodes from 1988-1989.  Was production assistant for Doctor Who: Snakedance parts 1-4 in 1983. 

Nicki Coles was production assistant / script supervisor for 3 episodes from 2001-2003.   Script supervisor for 13 episodes from 2007 - 2009, continuity for 10 episodes of Sarah Jane Adventures from 2007 -2009.  Script supervisor for Torchwood: Dead Man Walking and Something Borrowed in 2008.  Script Supervisor for Doctor Who: Voyage of the Damned in 2007, uncredited.

Derek Thompson was technical coordinator / video technical coordinator for 2 episodes in 1986.  Was technical manager for 9 episodes of Doctor Who from 1979 - 1983.

Matthew Patnick was assistant floor manager for 2 episodes in 1990.  Was line producer for TV Movie An Adventure in Space and Time in 2013.

Rio Fanning was storyline editor for 2 episodes in 1991.  Played Harker in Doctor Who: Horror of Fang Rock part 2 & 3 in 1977.

Lindsay Grant was production assistant for 2 episodes in 1993.  Was script supervisor for Doctor Who: A Good Man Goes to War in 2011, Dinosaurs on a Spaceship and A Town Called Mercy both in 2012.

Diana Brookes was production associate for 2 episodes in1998.  Was production assistant for Doctor Who: Arc of Infinity part 1 - 4 in 1983

Peter Granger was technical coordinator for 1 episode, 1986.  Was technical manager for 4 episodes of Doctor Who: Time-Flight in 1982 for part 1 - part 4.

Claire Hughes Smith was production assistant for 1 episode, 1986.  Was production assistant for four episodes of Doctor Who: Planet of Fire in 1984.

Sophie Neville was assistant floor manager for 1 episode, 1986.   Was assistant floor manager on Doctor Who: Vengeance on Varos: Part One & Two in 1985

Michael Langley-Evans was technical coordinator for 1 episode, 1991.  Was technical co-ordinator for Doctor Who: The Greatest Show in the Galaxy part 1 - 4 in 1989.

Val McCrimmon was location manager for 1 episode, 1991.  Was assistant floor manager for 51 episodes of Doctor Who from 1964 - 1988.

Richard Wilson was resources coordinator for 1 episode, 1992.  Was technical co-ordinator for 26 episodes of Doctor Who from 1987 - 1989 and technical co-ordinator for 3 episodes in 1987.

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