Tuesday, 1 March 2016

Connections Frankie by DJ Forrest


Connections:

Frankie

Created by Lucy Gannon, who wrote 4 of the 6 episodes in 2013, Frankie is the story of the trials and tribulations of a District Nurse, dealing with a dishonest boyfriend, and a stalker of a boss. As with many a series we watch, it’s always interesting to see a large proportion of cast from Who, Torchwood and SJA.

So as usual, we’ve done the research so you don’t have to.

Series Directed by

Mark Everest directed 2 episodes in 2013. He directed Torchwood: Adrift in 2008. Appeared as himself in Torchwood Declassified episode #2.11 in 2008.

Alice Troughton directed 2 episodes in 2013. Directed 9 episodes of The Sarah Jane Adventures from 2007 - 2009. Directed Doctor Who: Midnight and The Doctor's Daughter in 2008. Directer Torchwood: Small Worlds and Out of Time in 2006. Appeared on both Doctor Who Confidential and Torchwood Declassified in 2006 and 2008.



Ashley Way directed 2 episodes in 2013. Directed 8 episodes of The Sarah Jane Adventures from 2010 - 2011. Directed Doctor Who: Cold Blood & The Hungry Earth in 2010, and 6 episodes of Torchwood from 2007 - 2008. Directed 13 episodes of Tardisodes in 2006. Directed the video game Doctor Who: Attack of the Graske in 2005.
Appeared on Doctor Who Confidential episodes, After Effects and What Goes on Tour in 2010. Appeared as himself also for 6 episodes of Torchwood Declassified from 2007 - 2008.



Series Cast 

Eve Myles played Frankie for 6 episodes in 2013. Eve has played Gwen Cooper for 4 seasons of Torchwood from 2006 - 2011 as well as playing Gwyneth in Doctor Who episode, The Unquiet Dead in 2005. With the return of Torchwood to audios, thanks to Big Finish, Eve is back as Gwen Cooper for series 1 Torchwood 2015 - present




Dean Lennox Kelly played Ian Hargrave for 6 episodes in 2013. Played Shakespeare in Doctor Who: The Shakespeare Code in 2007.


Derek Riddell played Andy for 6 episodes in 2013. Played Sir Robert McLeish in Doctor Who: Tooth and Claw 2006 - the beginning of Torchwood. Also appeared in Doctor Who Greatest Moments in 2009 and Doctor Who episode, Journey's End in 2008.


Jemma Redgrave played Dr. Zoe Evans for 6 episodes in 2013. Played Kate Lethbridge-Stewart from 2012 - 2015 in Doctor Who, and long may she continue to appear on the show. Appeared as herself in 2014 for Doctor Who Extra - Death in Heaven. Was uncredited in The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot as Kate in 2013.



Noma Dumezweni played Angie Rascoe for 6 episodes in 2013. Played Capt. Magambo in 3 episodes of Doctor Who from 2008 - 2009.



Christine Bottomley played Diane Preston for 1 episode in 2013. Played Maggie in Torchwood - A Day in the Death episode in 2008.



Babatunde Aleshe played Tim Partington for 1 episode in 2013. Played Sean in Doctor Who: The Lodger in 2010.



Helen Blatch played Cheryl Fripp for 1 episode in 2013. Played Fabian in Doctor Who episode: The Twin Dilemma Part 1 in 1984, and was the voice of Matrix, part 4, uncredited in part 1, in 1976.

Tom Georgeson played Clive Harvey for 1 episode in 2013. Played Kavell in parts 3, 4 & 5 of Doctor Who: Genesis of the Daleks in 1975.
Played Detective Inspector in Logopolis part 1 & 2 in 1981.



Julian Gillard played a Concerned car driver for 1 episode in 2013. Was an uncredited Scientist in Doctor Who: The Power of Three in 2012.

Barnaby Kay played Toby Ellis for 1 episode in 2013. Played Heidi in Doctor Who: The Girl Who Died in 2015.



Darren Morfitt played Dan Fortune for 1 episode in 2013. Played Marco in Doctor Who double episode Flesh and Stone and The Time of Angels in 2010.


Scott Stevenson played Man on the bus (uncredited) for 1 episode in 2013. Although all roles were uncredited, has played 80s Man in Doctor Who: The Rings of Akhaten in 2013, including a Submariner in Cold Ware, Dipped Man in The Crimson Horror, and 80s Man again in The Name of the Doctor in the same year. In 2014 he played Chef in Mummy on the Orient Express.


Series Music by

Jeremy Holland-Smith for 6 episodes in 2013. Was additional Orchestrations and conductor for Doctor Who episode, The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe in 2011.

Series Cinematography by

Mark Waters for 2 episodes in 2013. Was director of photography for 3 episodes of Doctor Who from 2010 - 2015.
Was director of photography for 11 episodes of Torchwood from 2006 - 2008. Appeared on Doctor Who Confidential for the episode What Goes On Tour as himself in 2010.


Series Film Editing by

Philip Hookway was film editor for 2 episodes in 2013. Was Editor for Doctor Who: Flatline in 2014. Was Editor for Torchwood: Random Shoes in 2006.

Elen Pierce Lewis was film editor for 2 episodes in 2013. Was editor for Torchwood episode, End of Days in 2007.

Series Art Direction by

Nick Murray for 6 episodes in 2013. Was Stand-by props for 21 episodes from 2007 - 2008 and stand by art director for 10 episodes from 2008 - 2015. Was Stand-by props for 2 episodes of SJA in 2007.

Series Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

Steve Hughes was second unit director for 2 episodes in 2013. Was director for Doctor Who Prequel to Let's Kill Hitler and Closing Time in 2011. Appeared on Doctor Who Confidential episode, Open All Hours in 2011 as himself.

Matthew Scrivener was first assistant director for 2 episodes in 2013. Was first assistant director for Doctor Who episode, The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe in 2011.

Series Art Department

Mike Parker was property master for 6 episodes in 2013. Was forward dresser for SJA episode Invasion of the Bane in 2007.

David Cottam was graphic designer for 4 episodes for 2013. Was graphic designer: dailies for Doctor Who episode, Before the Flood in 2015.

Series Special Effects by

Danny Hargreaves was special effects supervisor for 6 episodes in 2013. Was Special effects supervisor for 42 episodes of Doctor Who from 2007 - 2014, and special effects technician for 13 episodes from 2006 - 2007.
Appeared as himself for Doctor Who Extra series from 2014 - 2015. Appeared in 31 episodes of Doctor Who Confidential in 2006 - 2011. Appeared as himself for Totally Doctor Who for 3 episodes from 2006 - 2007.
Appeared in Torchwood Declassified documentary for Children of Earth 2009 and Sleepless in Cardiff in 2008.



Warwick Boole was special effects technician for 1 episode in 2013. Was special effects technician for 14 episodes from 2013 - 2014.
Appeared on Doctor Who Extra for the episode Water, Water, Everywhere in 2015.

Leon Harris was special effects for 1 episode in 2013. Was Special Effects Crew for 3 episodes from 2012 - 2013, and special effects for 2 episodes in 2013.

Series Stunts

Chris Pollard was stunt double: Andy for 1 episode in 2013. Was stunt performer for Doctor Who: Robot of Sherwood in 2014.

Series Camera and Electrical Department

Mani Blaxter-Paliwala was focus puller for 6 episodes in 2013. Was first assistant camera for 18 episodes of SJA from 2010 - 2011.
Was camera assistant for 5 episodes from 2006 - 2008 and assistant camera for 3 episodes in 2006.

Rick Woollard was steadicam operator for 6 episodes in 2013. Was Steadicam operator for Doctor Who: The Zygon Inversion in 2015.

Ben Griffiths was best boy for 4 episodes in 2013. Was electrician for 38 episodes of Doctor Who from 2007 - 2011.
Was electrician for 5 episodes of Torchwood in 2009.
Appeared on Doctor Who Confidential episode, Lords and Masters in 2009.

Stuart Biddlecombe was director of photography: second unit for 2 episodes in 2013. Was Cinematographer for Doctor Who episodes, Heaven Sent and Hell Bent in 2015. Was director of photography in Death in Heaven and Dark Water in 2014.

Richard Turner was focus puller: "b"camera for 2 episodes in 2013. Was focus puller for Doctor Who: The Time of the Doctor in 2013 and Let's Kill Hitler in 2011.

Laurence J. Wigfield was second assistant camera: second unit for 1 episode in 2013. Was camera trainee for 12 episodes of SJA in 2009.





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