Phil Collinson was producer of 703 episodes from 2010-2013. See the rest of the details on Part 3.
Kay Patrick was associate producer for 74 episodes from 1996-1997. Played Flower and Poppaea in Doctor Who: The Savages in 1966 and Inferno and Conspiracy in 1965.
Art Direction by
Martyn Doust was Art Direction for 11 episodes in 2012. Was Props for Doctor Who at the Proms in 2013. and uncredited for the same role in 2009.
Andrea Dowdall-Goddard was makeup artist / make-up assistant / make-up supervisor for 178 episodes from 2009-2015. Was makeup artist for 13 episodes of Torchwood in 2008, all of which was uncredited.
Olivia Rotheram-Jones was make up assistant / make-up assistant for 20 episodes in 2015. Was makeup supervisor for Doctor Who episode Turn Left, credited as Olivia Jones. Was assistant makeup artist for 10 episodes of SJA in 2007.
Clare Golds was makeup artist for 2 episodes in 2000. Was makeup artist for Doctor Who episodes The Time of the Doctor and The Day of the Doctor in 2013.
Series Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Simon Maloney was first assistant director for 5 episodes in 2010. Was first assistant director for An Adventure in Space and Time in 2013.
Kay Brown was stand-by art director for unknown episodes. Was Designer for Torchwood episode Countrycide in 2006. Was Production Designer for Combat episode in 2006. Was set decorator for episodes A Day in the Death and Dead Man Walking in 2008.
Helen McIlveen was sound: studio for 1 episode in 2000. Was sound recordist for Doctor Who episode Closing Time in 2011, credited as Helen McIlveen-Wilson.
Special Effects by
Danny Hargreaves was special effects supervisor: Real SFX for 3 episodes in 2015. Was Special Effects Supervisor for 42 episodes of Doctor Who from 2007 - 2014, Special Effects Technician for 13 episodes from 2006 - 2007. Danny was the Special Effects Supervisor for Talking Who series, in episode The Torchwood Specials Part 2 in 2011. He was Special Effects Supervisor for 1 episode of SJA: Invasion of the Bane in 2007.
He appeared in The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot as himself uncredited, in 2013.
In 2016 he was the Winner of the 2016 Arts Emmys in the category Outstanding Special Visual Effects in a Supporting Role. (Well Done Danny).
He appeared as himself in 6 episodes of Doctor Who Extra from 2014 - 2015. He appeared as himself and Special Effects Supervisor for 31 episodes of Doctor Who Confidential from 2008 - 2011, and for 2 episodes of Torchwood Declassified in Sleepless in Cardiff 2008, and Children of Earth in 2009, and in 3 episodes of Totally Doctor Who from 2006 - 2007.
Jade Poole was special effects assistant coordinator: Real SFX for 3 episodes in 2015.. Was Special Effects Assistant Co-ordinator for 10 episodes from 2014 - 2015, Special Effects Co-ordinator for 4 episodes in 2017, Assistant Special Effects Co-ordinator for 4 episodes from 2014 - 2015.
Martin 'Marty' McLaughlin was senior special effects technician for 2 episodes in 2013. Was Special Effects Technician for 1 episode of Doctor Who in 2012 and Snow Effects Floor Supervisor for 1 episode in 2008.
Russ Perkin was special effects technician for 2 episodes in 2013. Was Special Effects Technician for 11 episodes of Doctor Who from 2011 - 2015.
Leon Harris was special effects for 1 episode in 2010. Was Special Effects Crew for 3 episodes of Doctor Who from 2012 - 2013. Was Special effects for 2 episodes in 2013.
Dominic Allan was special effects technician for 1 episode in 2012. Was Special Effects Technician for 6 episodes of Doctor Who from 2012 - 2013 and special effects for 1 episode in 2013.
Dave Kneath was special effects for 1 episode in 2013.. Was Special Effects Technician for 16 episodes of Doctor Who from 2014 - 2015.
Visual Effects by
Ron Bowman was digital matte painter for 3 episodes in 2010. Was digital matte painteer for 6 episodes of Doctor Who from 2010 - 2011.
Rubén Bautista was fx technical director: The Mill for 1 episode in 2010. Was FX technical director for 7 episodes of Doctor Who from from 2011 - 2012, CG effects artist for 1 episode in 2010.
David Jones was visual effects artist for 1 episode in 2010. Was visual effects artist for 9 episodes of Doctor Who from 2010 - 2013, 3D artist for 5 episodes from 2008 - 2010, and animator for 1 episode in 2009. He was visual effects for 2 episodes of SJA in 2008.
Darren Byford was cg supervisor (uncredited) for 1 episode in 2010. Was CG supervisor for 15 episodes of Doctor Who from 2013 - 2015, senior look development and lighting artist for 8 episodes from 2011 - 2013, 3D artist for 2 episodes in 2010, and modeller for 1 episode in 2011.
Steve Griffin was stunt driver for 2 episodes in 1998. Was stunt performer for Doctor Who episode The Idiot's Lantern in 2006.
Crispin Layfield was stunt coordinator for 2 episodes in 2015. Was a stunt co-ordinator for 61 episodes of Doctor Who from 2007 - 2016, and stunt performer for 1 episode in 2005. Played the mugger in Torchwood episode Kiss Kiss Bang Bang in 2008. Appeared as Stunt Co-ordinator and himself in 12 episodes of Doctor Who Confidential from 2007 - 2011, and in episode #2.9 of Totally Doctor Who in 2007 as himself.
Rob Pavey was stunt double: Jimi Mistry for 2 episodes in 2015. Was Peter Capaldi's stunt double for 3 episodes of Doctor Who in 2014, and stunt performer for 2 episodes from 2014 - 2015.
Dorothy Ford was stunt arranger for 1 episode in 2005. Was a stunt double for Anne Riddler in Doctor Who episode The Wheel in Space episode 6, uncredited, in 1968.
William Willoughby was a stunt double for 1 episode in 2008. Was a stunt performer for 7 episodes of Doctor Who from 2005 - 2012, one of which was uncredited and was uncredited for stunts in two episodes of Who from 2007 - 2010. Was a stunt double for 2 episodes of Torchwood from 2006 - 2008, and stunts for 1 episode in 2009.
Curtis Rivers was a stunt coordinator for 1 episode in 2015. Was John Barrowman's stunt double for 9 episodes of Torchwood from 2006 - 2009, uncredited for four episodes. Was stunt performer for 3 episodes from 2006 - 2008. Was John Barrowman's stunt double again uncredited in Doctor Who episode Utopia, and was a stunt performer in The Sound of Drums episode in 2007.
Appeared in Torchwood Declassified episode Home and Hart as himself in 2008.
Solomon Artistes was extras casting for 2,803 episodes from 2005-2015. Worked in casting department as Extras Casting for Doctor Who for 43 episodes from 2009 - 2015.
Jim Capper was location manager for unknown episodes. Was production manager for 2 episodes of Doctor Who in 1982. Died in 2013 age 61.
Gareth Roberts was story associate for 2 episodes in 1997.. Wrote 6 episodes of Doctor Who from 2007 - 2014, created the characters "Skullions" for one episode in 2015. Wrote 18 episodes of SJA from 2007 - 2011. Was writer of Doctor Who: The 11th Regeneration episode Home Alone in 2009 (based in part on a story by). Wrote the Sarah Jane Adventures Comic Relief Special in 2009 and wrote 13 episodes of the Tardisodes in 2006. Wrote the video game Doctor Who: Attack of the Graske in 2005. Gareth wrote the novelisation of the story Shada that was released in March 2012.
He wrote the 9th Doctor story Only Human that featured Rose Tyler and Captain Jack Harkness in 2005. In 2006 he wrote I Am A Dalek featuring the 10th Doctor and Rose Tyler - one I have yet to read. In 1997 wrote The Well-Mannered War featuring the 4th Doctor. In 1996, The English Way of Death, again featuring the 4th Doctor. In fact, if you Google Gareth Roberts you'll be able to find a lot of his novels for Doctor Who which in this list is far too many to mention on here. Back to television series, Gareth appeared as himself and writer in 6 episodes of Doctor Who Confidential from 2007 - 2011. In the Culture Show in 2013, he appeared in the episode Me, You and Doctor Who.
In five video docu shorts from 2003 - 2011, he appeared in Serial Thrillers, A Matter of Time, Celebration, Talking About Regeneration and The End of the Line?
Jon Older was floor manager for unknown episodes. Was first assistant director for 5 episodes of Doctor Who from 2005 - 2006.
Rupert Laight was story associate for unknown episodes. Rupert wrote 4 episodes of SJA The Gift parts 1 & 2 in 2009, and Lost in Time Parts 1 & 2 in 2010.