Wednesday, 30 March 2016

Connections Rosemary & Thyme by DJ Forrest




DW & TW Connections:

Rosemary & Thyme

Rosemary & Thyme from 2003–2006.

A gardening crime busting series with Pam Ferris and Felicity Kendall, played at a relaxed, Sunday afternoon pace, where often it rains but the gardens always look beautiful and there's not an element of back ache or ingrained fingers at the end of it. Bliss!

Series Writing Credits 

Stephen Gallagher wrote 2 episodes from 2004-2005. As Steve Gallagher, wrote Doctor Who: Terminus in 1983, and Warriors' Gate in 1981.

Series Cast 

Felicity Kendal played Rosemary Boxer for 22 episodes from 2003-2006. Played Lady Eddison in Doctor Who: The Unicorn and the Wasp in 2008. Appeared in The Doctor episode of Doctor Who Greatest Moments documentary as Lady Eddison in 2009



Michael Cochrane played Franklin Danvers for 1 episode in 2003. Played Lord Cranleigh in Parts 1 & 2 of Doctor Who: Black Orchid in 1982, and Redvers Fenn-Cooper in Ghost Light parts 1 - 3 in 1989.



James Weber Brown played Paul Dunne for 1 episode in 2003. Played the Minister in Doctor Who: In the Forest of the Night in 2014.



Phyllida Law played May Beauchamp for 1 episode in 2004. Played Bea Nelson-Stanley in SJA: Eye of the Gorgon parts 1 & 2 in 2007.



Robert Portal played Stuart Blackton for 1 episode in 2005. Appeared in the Doctor Who Greatest Moments episode The Doctor in 2009.



Michael Maloney played Custos for 1 episode in 2006. Was the voice actor for the Charley Pollard spin off as Hilary Hammond in Doctor Who: Enemy Aliens for AudioGo, plus several other audio productions, including, Grand Theft Cosmos, Patient Zero where he voiced Fratalin, the voice of the Viyrans in Blue Forgotten Planet. Was the voice of Rennol in Kiss of Death, Farrow in The Circus of Doom. He also read 'The Silent Stars Go By.'



Michael Percival played James Pretty for 1 episode in 2004. Played the Inspector in Doctor Who: The Vampires of Venice in 2010.



Michael Elwyn played Tim Monkton for 1 episode in 2004. Played Lt. Algernon Thomas Alfred Ffinch in Doctor Who: The Highlanders episodes 1-4 in 1966/67



Christopher Good played The Dean for 1 episode in 2006. Played Morgan in Doctor Who: The Beast Below in 2010.



Christopher Matthews played Frank Illingworth for 1 episode in 2006. Played a Radar Technician in Doctor Who: The Tenth Planet episodes 1-4 in 1966. Also appeared in the video docu short - The Cyber Story as the Radar Technician.



Frederick Treves played Professor Mullins for 1 episode in 2003. Played Lieutenant Brotadac in Doctor Who: Meglos, parts 1 - 4 in 1980.



Christopher Villiers played Doctor Whittaker for 1 episode in 2003. Played Prof Moorhouse in Doctor Who: Mummy on the Orient Express in 2014.



Lucy Robinson played Norah Westward for 1 episode in 2004.. Played Fran Clovis in Doctor Who: New Earth in 2006.



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



Anthony Carrick played Sir Edward Banks for 1 episode in 2003. Played Captain Rossini credited as Antony Carrick in Doctor Who: The Masque of Mandragora parts 1-4 in 1976.



Pip Torrens played Donald Westward for 1 episode in 2004. Played Rocastle in Doctor Who episodes: Human Nature and The Family of Blood in 2007.



John Bennett played Henry Vogel for 1 episode in 2004. Played Li H'sen Chang in episodes 1-5 of Doctor Who: The Talons of Weng-Chiang in 1977, and General Finch in parts 1- 6 of Invasion of the Dinosaurs in 1974. Bennett appeared in the episode of The Culture Show: Me, You and Doctor Who in 2013 as Finch but was uncredited. In 2011, appeared as Finch for People Power and Puppetry video docu short and in the same year appeared in the episode Chang for Race Against Time. In The Ties That Bind us, he appeared as Chang Lee in 2008. In 2007, Bennett appeared in the video docu short for Hammer Horror as Chang, and in 2003, appeared in the Serial Thrillers video docu short, uncredited as Li H'sen Chang.



Gareth David-Lloyd played Zack for 1 episode in 2004. Played Ianto Jones for 30 episodes of Torchwood from 2006 - e2009, but you can't keep a good man down for long. Ianto is now back in new Torchwood audios with Big Finish. Gareth also played Ianto Jones for Doctor Who episodes - The Stolen Earth and Journey's End in 2008.
Gareth has appeared as himself in Torchwood Declassified from 2006-2009, for Torchwood: Inside the Hub documentary in 2009, and appeared as Ianto Jones uncredited for The Big Fat Quiz of the Year in 2010, and again in 2006 for Friday Night with Jonathan Ross episode #11.10 in 2010.



Tam Williams played Charles Nebley for 1 episode in 2006. Played a Schoolboy in Doctor Who: Remembrance of the Daleks, part one in 1988 but was uncredited.

Chris Larkin played Pete Farmer for 1 episode in 2003. Played Lynley in Doctor Who: The Shakespeare Code in 2007. Appeared as himself in the Doctor Who Confidential episode: Stage Fright in ethe same year.



Ross O'Hennessy played P.C Donald Stuart for 1 episode in 2004. Played Sgt Johnson in Torchwood: Day One in 2006.



Mary Healey played Mrs Westerby for 1 episode in 2006. Played Killjoy in Doctor Who: The Happiness Patrol: Part One in 1988.



Christopher Bowen played Inspector Voynet for 1 episode in 2004. Played Mordred in Doctor Who: Battlefield, full story in 1989.



Philip McGough played George Hamilton Teed for 1 episode in 2004. Played Sergeant Calder for parts 1 & 2 of Doctor Who: Resurrection of the Daleks in 1984.



Robert Jezek played Volkar for 1 episode in 2006. Played Sergeant Zbrigniev in Doctor Who: Battlefield, part one in 1989.



Neil McDermott played Ryan for 1 episode in 2006. Played Jed in Doctor Who: The Next Doctor in 2008.



Emmanuel Ighodaro played Sergeant Ojora for 1 episode in 2004. Played a paramedic in Torchwood: Children of Earth: Day Two in 2009.



Francine Morgan played Mrs Lawson for 1 episode in 2005. Played a Stressed woman in Torchwood: Miracle Day: The Categories of Life in 2011.



Roger Barclay played Teddy Baker for 1 episode in 2006. Played Goodson in Torchwood: Small Worlds in 2006.



Edmund Pegge played Charlie Gudgeon for 1 episode in 2006. Played Meeker in Doctor Who: The Invisible Enemy part one in 1977.



Michael Bertenshaw played Keith Parsons for 1 episode in 2004. Played Mr Cole in Doctor Who: The Next Doctor in 2008.



Ella Kenion played Sharon Baker for 1 episode in 2006. Played Harriet in Doctor Who: Let's Kill Hitler in 2011.



Catherine Bailey played Chantal Parsons for 1 episode in 2004. Played Miss Wyckham in SJA: Lost in Time part 2 in 2010.



Howard Attfield played Coutts for 1 episode in 2004. Played Geoff Noble in Doctor Who: The Runaway Bride in 2006. The episode Partners in Crime in 2008 was in memory of Howard Attfield, who died on October 31st, 2007.



Martyn Whitby played Gilbert Chester for 1 episode in 2004.
Played the Drayman in Doctor Who: The Mark of the Rani part one in 1985. Appeared uncredited as Drayman for the video Lords and Luddites: Making 'The Mark of the Rani' in 2006.

Series Produced

Peter Hider was associate producer for 22 episodes from 2003-2006. Was senior cameraman for 4 episodes of Doctor Who: Nightmare of Eden in 1979.

Series Film Editing

Chris Wimble was film editor for 12 episodes from 2003-2006. Was film editor for 12 episodes of Doctor Who from 1970 - 1980.

Philip Kloss was film editor for 3 episodes in 2003. Was film editor for Doctor Who: The Doctor's Daughter and Midnight in 2008, The End of Time part one in 2009 and The End of Time Part 2 in 2010.
Was film editor for Torchwood Children of Earth: Day Two and Day Five in 2009.

Series Production Design

Christine Ruscoe was production designer for 14 episodes from 2003-2006. Was production designer for 12 episodes of Doctor Who from 1975 - 1980.

Series Costume Design

Christine Rawlins was costume designer for 6 episodes in 2003. Was Costume Designer for 19 episodes of Doctor Who from 1970 - 1977.

Series Makeup Department

Vivien Riley was makeup artist for 6 episodes in 2003.
Was assistant makeup artist for Doctor Who: The Masque of Mandragora, part one in 1976, but was uncredited.

Series Production Management

Christabel Albery was French production / Italian production / Spanish production / production: Spanish for 4 episodes from 2004-2006.
Was assistant floor manager for Doctor Who: The Invisible Enemy part 4 in 1977, but uncredited.

Series Sound Department

Doug Sinclair was sound editing for 8 episodes from 2003-2006.
Was sound editor for 41 episodes of Doctor Who from 2005-2009, dialogue editor for 1 episode in 2009 - The Waters of Mars.
Was supervising sound editor for 26 episodes of Torchwood from 2006 - 2008, and sound supervisor for 5 episodes in 2009.
Was supervising sound editor for 8 episodes of The Sarah Jane Adventures in 2007, audio post production for 2 episodes in 2007 and audioo post-production for 1 episode in 2007.
Doug was music editor on Doctor Who video game: The Adventure Games - Blood of the Cybermen and City of the Daleks in 2010. He was also music editor for one episode of Doctor Who: Dreamland mini-series, in 2009.
He appeared in the episode Look Who's Talking for Doctor Who Confidential in 2008.

Series Stunts

Rick English was a stunt double for unknown episodes. Was stunt performer for Doctor Who: Tooth and Claw in 2006.

Series Music Department

John Scott was composer: incidental music for 4 episodes from 2004-2006.
In The Web of Fear, episode 1 in 1968, performed 'Palpitations', also wrote 'Palpitations', also writer and performer of 'Palpitations' for The Tomb of the Cybermen episode 1 in 1967.


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