DW & TW Connections
Dalziel and Pascoe Part 2
Paul Copley played Jack Henslowe for 1 episode in 2002. Played Clem McDonald in Children of Earth episodes 1 - 4 in 2009.
Andrée Bernard played Gwen Evans for 1 episode in 1996. Played Dolly Bailey in Doctor Who episode The Shakespeare Code in 2007.
Davyd Harries played Angus Pelman for 1 episode in 1997. Played Shapp in Doctor Who story The Armageddon Factor parts 1 - 6 in 1979. He appeared in two videos in 2007 for Doctor Who: A Matter of Time and Defining Shadows, both as himself and Shapp.
Tim Preece played Neville Staybrass for 1 episode in 2000. Played Codal in Doctor Who story Planet of the Daleks for 6 episodes in 1973. Appeared as Codal in video docu short The Ties That Bind Us in 2008.
Clive Rowe played Vince Kilcline for 1 episode in 2004. Played Morvin Van Hoff in Doctor Who episode Voyage of the Damned in 2007, although to me, he will always be known as Duke from The Story of Tracy Beaker. Appeared as himself in the Doctor Who Confidential episode Kylie Meets the Doctor in the same year.
David Daker played Jack Turton for 1 episode in 2000. Played Irongron and Rigg in Doctor Who stories, Nightmare of Eden in 1979 and The Time Warrior in 1973/1974. He appeared in The Lively Arts documentary series as Irongron in Whose Dr. Who in 1977, Changing Time: Living and Leaving Doctor Who video docu in 2006 as Irongron. Rigg, but uncredited in Doctor Who Confidential episode The Eleventh Doctor in 2009. And The Nightmare of TV Centre as Captain Rigg in 2012 and Doctor Who: The Ultimate Companion in 2014.
Bryan Dick played Marcus Vanstone 1 episode in 2002. Played Adam in Torchwood episode Adam in 2008. Appeared in Torchwood Declassified in the episode Past Imperfect in the same year.
Jason Pitt played Cpl. Martin Wilkie for 1 episode in 2002. Played Lee in Doctor Who episode Forest of the Dead in 2008.
Susan Brown played ACC Alex Lawrence for 1 episode in 2004. Played Bridget Spears in Torchwood series 3 Children of Earth Days 1 - 5 in 2009.
Robin Soans played Dr. Harold Denton for 1 episode in 2000. Played the Chronolock Guy in Doctor Who episode Face the Raven in 2015. Back in 1981 played Luvic in the Who story The Keeper of Traken parts 1 - 4. Was uncredited as Consul Luvic in the video documentary Being Nice to each other: Making 'The Keeper of Traken' in 2007.
Ravin J. Ganatra played a Journalist 1 for 1 episode in 2001. Was the voice of Mahajan in BBC Radio 4 Torchwood audio: Golden Age. Played the guy planning to kill his family in Torchwood episode Greeks Bearing Gifts. Toshiko whacked him with a golf club.
Bernard Cribbins played Uncle Henry for 1 episode in 1999. Played Wilfred Mott for 9 episodes of Doctor Who from 2007 - 2010. Played Tom Campbell in Daleks' Invasion of Earth 2150 A.D film in 1966. From 1993 - 2013, Bernard has appeared as his character Campbell to Mott for quite a number of video documentaries, far too many to list.
Bhasker Patel played Wasim Razzaq for 1 episode in 2006. Played Jival Chowdry in Doctor Who episode Turn Left in 2008.
Sakuntala Ramanee played Sameen Lateef for 1 episode in 2006. Was the voice of Perdita and Universal Guardian for Doctor Who Online Adventures in 2014 - 2015 for Sacrifice parts 1 - 3 and Family parts 2 - 3. Played Shreela in Doctor Who story Survival for parts 1 - 3 in 1989. Appeared as Shreela and herself in Catflap video documentary in 2007.
Patrick Ryecart played Anton Davenant for 1 episode in 1997. Played Crozier in Doctor Who story The Trial of a Time Lord part 5 - 8 in 1986. Appeared as Crozier in video docu Trials and Tribulations in 2008.
Tom Georgeson played Jack Allgood for 1 episode in 1999. Played Kavell in Doctor Who story Genesis of the Daleks parts 3 - 5 in 1975 and Detective Inspector in Logopolis parts 1 & 2 in 1981. He appeared as Kavell for The Village that Came to Life video docu short in 2012, and Genesis of a Classic video documentary in 2006.
Danny Webb played Det. Chief Const. Geoffrey Hiller for 1 episode in 1999. Played Mr Jefferson in Doctor Who two parter The Impossible Planet and The Satan Pit in 2006.
Anthony Lewis played Gavin Oldham for 1 episode in 2004. Played Tommy Brocklees in Torchwood episode To The Last Man in 2008. He appeared in Torchwood Declassified in the episode Step Back in Time in the same year. Anthony has been a star for us wishing a young lady a Happy Returns of the day on her 21st birthday. We've also interviewed Anthony, check it out here: http://projecttorchwood.blogspot.co.uk/2013/07/interviews-anthony-lewis.html
Tenniel Evans played Pembroke for 1 episode in 2000. Played Major Daly in Doctor Who story Carnival of Monsters episodes 1 - 4 in 1973. In 2010 he appeared as Major Daly in part 2 of SJA episode Death of the Doctor, which given that he died in 2009 was one heck of a feat!!! Yeees, I know, I know.
Susan Engel played Prioress for 1 episode in 2005. Played Vivien Fay in Doctor Who story The Stones of Blood parts 1 - 4 in 1978. She appeared in three video docu shorts in 2007. A Matter of Time, Weird Science and Getting Blood from the Stones.
Derek Lea played Mike Ruskin for 1 episode in 2006. Has appeared in Doctor Who for 5 episodes as a stunt performer from 2005 - 2008, and stunt coordinator for 1 episode in 2016. Played a paramedic in Torchwood episode Sleeper in 2008.
Georgie Glen played a Headmistress for 1 episode in 2002. Played Mrs. King in SJA two parter The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith in 2008.
Gary Pillai played Magnus Tozier for 1 episode in 2006. Played Mark Brisco in Torchwood episode They Keep Killing Suzie in 2006.
Jon Laurimore played Mr. Gibbs for 1 episode in 1996. Played Count Federico in the Doctor Who story The Masque of Mandragora parts 1 - 3 in 1976. Was uncredited in part 4. Appeared uncredited for his role in the video docu short Serial Thrillers in 2003.
Trevor Cooper played Geordie Turnbull for 1 episode in 1999. Played Friar Tuck in Doctor Who episode Robot of Sherwood in 2014. Played Takis in Doctor Who parts 1 & 2 of Revelation of the Daleks in 1985. Appeared as Takis for Revelation Exhumed in 2005 and The Dalek Tapes in 2006.
Brian Hibbard played Nye Pritchard for 1 episode in 1999. Played Keiller in Doctor Who story Delta and the Bannermen parts 1 & 2 in 1987.
Jim Findley played Thomas Jackson for 1 episode in 2005. Played Mercer in two episodes of Doctor Who: Resurrection of the Daleks in 1984. Appeared in the video docu Davros Connections in 2007.
Philip Anthony played Arnold Marley for 1 episode in 2007. Played Roald in Doctor Who episode The Nightmare Begins in 1965.
Nicholas Rowe played Gervase Butt for 1 episode in 1996. Played the voice of Rivesh Mantilax in Doctor Who: Dreamland animated series for parts 1 - 6 in 2009.
Rhoda Lewis played Mrs. Stevens for 1 episode in 1999. Played Marta in Doctor Who story parts 1 & 2 of State of Decay in 1980. Appeared as Marta in The Vampire Lovers: The Making of 'State of Decay' video docu short in 2009.
Paul Courtenay Hyu played Nigel Ogilvie for 1 episode in 2006. Played Deep-Ando in Doctor Who episode Sleep No More in 2015.
William Travis played Nigel Dawson for 1 episode in 2006. Played Roy in Torchwood Small Worlds episode in 2006. Appeared as himself in Away with the Fairies Torchwood Declassified episode in the same year, credited as Bill Travis.
Garrick Hagon played Mr. Bergmann for 1 episode in 1996. Played Abraham in Doctor Who episode A Town Called Mercy in 2012. In 1972 played Ky in the Doctor Who story The Mutants in all six episodes. He appeared as Ky in two video docu's Race Against Time in 2011 and Are Friends Electric in 2007. He appeared in the SJA part 2 episode Death of the Doctor in 2010 as Ky.
Julie Graham played Adi Pritchard for 1 episode in 1997. Played Ruby White in SJA two parter Goodbye, Sarah Jane Smith in 2010.
Sheila Ruskin played Stella Abbis for 1 episode in 1997. Played Kassia in Doctor Who story The Keeper of Traken parts 1 - 4 in 1981. Appeared in 2 video docu shorts as Kassia in 2007 - Being Nice to Each Other: Making 'The Keeper of Traken' and The Return of the Master.
Stacy Davies played a Police Surgeon for 1 episode in 1996. Played Private Perkins in Doctor Who episode 6 of The Invasion in 1968, and Veros in parts 1 - 4 of State of Decay in 1980. Appeared in three video docus as Perkins and Veros - The U.N.I.T. Family: Part One and Evolution of the Daleks as Perkins in 2006 and The Vampire Lovers: The Making of 'State of Decay' as Veros in 2009.
Barry Stanton played Joe Swindles for 1 episode in 1998. Played Noma in Doctor Who story The Twin Dilemma parts 1- 4 in 1984. Appeared as Noma for video docu Trials and Tribulations in 2008.
Frazer Hines played Duncan Ramsden for 1 episode in 2006. Played Jamie McCrimmon for 116 episodes of Doctor Who from 1966 - 1985. Has appeared in more video docu's to mention from 1984 - 2011. Appeared uncredited in Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited: in the episode The Sixth Doctor in 2013. In Doctor Who: The Ultimate Companion as Jamie in 2014. And in the episode Smile in the Whovians tv series in 2017.
Mark Benton played Jonathan Etherege for 1 episode in 1997. Played Clive in Doctor Who episode Rose in 2005.
Stephen Critchlow played a Customs Officer for 1 episode in 1997. Was voice actor in Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock video game in 2012.
Chris Wilson played CID Officer but uncredited for 5 episodes from 2006-2007. Chris is no stranger to Torchwood, having been in two episodes of the show playing a Police Officer mauled by Weevils in Exit Wounds in 2008, and a Tunnel Victim when Bernie Harris ploughed into him to escape from Gwen Cooper in Ghost Machine in 2006 (check this out with Chris as am sure that it was Ghost Machine and not Day One....). Check out our interview with Chris for a more detailed list of credits. https://projecttorchwood.blogspot.co.uk/2015/03/interviews-interview-with-chris-wilson.html
Robert Stone played a Security Guard but uncredited for the role for 3 episodes from 2004-2007. He played a Goth Man and a Bouncer in Torchwood episodes Everything Changes in 2006 and Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang in 2008, both of which he was uncredited for. Check out his interview with us a few years ago.
https://projecttorchwood.blogspot.co.uk/2013/11/interviews-robert-stone.html And check out Molly Moon on Netflix for a glimpse of Robert in action.
Roger Shepherd played Mr. Shaw uncredited for the role, for 2 episodes in 2006. Played a Ship's Officer in Doctor Who episode Voyage of the Damned in 2007, but uncredited.
Natalie Danks-Smith played a Dental Nurse uncredited for 2 episodes in 2007. Played the 3rd Sibylline Sister and an Auton for Doctor Who episodes, Love & Monsters in 2006 and The Fires of Pompeii in 2008, both of which were uncredited roles.
Ian Cullen played Roberts but was uncredited for the role, for 1 episode in 1996. Was the voice of Tollovar in Doctor Who two parter episode The Father of Time in 2013 - 2014. In 1964, he played Ixta in Doctor Who episodes The Temple of Evil, The Warriors of Death, The Bride of Sacrifice and The Day of Darkness in 1964. In the Whovians tv series he appeared as himself in the episode The Pilot in 2017. In Remembering 'The Aztecs' video docu he appeared as both his character Ixta and as himself in 2002. In The Doctor Who Podcast series he appeared as himself in The Aztecs Special in 2011.
Laurie Goode played Billy Farr uncredited for 1 episode in 1998. In 9 episodes of Doctor Who, from various stories, Laurie Goode has played a Mutt, Time Lord, Bandit, Tigellan, Peasant, Tharil, Sailor on the Shadow and a British Unit Trooper from 1972 - 1989, uncredited. Appeared as Mutt in 'Doctor Who': The Pertwee Years video documentary in 1992.
Adele Silva played Keeley Smart uncredited for 1 episode in 2002. Played Squeak in Doctor Who episode three of Survival in 1989.
Mal Young was executive producer for 22 episodes from 2001-2005. Was executive producer of Doctor Who in 2005 for 13 episodes. Was also executive producer of Doctor Who Confidential for 13 episodes in 2005. Was also executive producer on 'Doctor Who': A New Dimension television documentary also in 2005.
Michael Darbon was associate producer for 16 episodes from 2000-2006. Was production manager on Doctor Who for four episodes of Warriors of the Deep in 1986.
Tony Virgo was executive producer for 8 episodes from 1997-1998. Was director of Doctor Who: The King's Demons, parts 1 & 2 in 1983.
Colin Towns composed the music for 3 episodes from 2001-2004. Composed the Incidental music as Colin Town in Doctor Who Online Adventures: The Lost Souls: Part 2 in 2013.
Simon Slater was music composer for 3 episodes from 2006-2007. As an actor he played Edwardes, in part nine of Doctor Who story The Trial of a Time Lord. For parts 10 - 12 he was uncredited for this role. in 1986.
Kevin Rowley was cinematographer for 1 episode for 2001. Was film cameraman for six episodes of Doctor Who from Destiny of the Daleks to The Mark of the Rani, from 1979 - 1985.
William Oswald was editor for 2 episodes for 2005. Was editor for 32 episodes of Doctor Who from 2007 - 2017. Was editor for 16 episodes of SJA from 2008 - 2010, and editor for 2 episodes of Torchwood Children of Earth in 2009. Was editor for 1 episode of Tardisodes series - Prelude to Tooth and Claw in 2006.
Henry Jaworski was art director for 3 episodes from 2000-2001. Was supervising art director on two episodes of Doctor Who in 2017 - The Pilot and Smile.
Sally Pearson was costume designer for 22 episodes from 1997-2004.Was uncredited for her role as costume assistant for K-9 and Company: A Girl's Best Friend in 1981.
Diana Barton was production manager for 3 episodes in 1996. Was line producer for 22 episodes of Doctor Who from 2010 - 2013.
Christopher Rowlands was post-production supervisor for 2 episodes in 2000. Was editor of Doctor Who The Hand of Fear for parts 1 - 4 in 1976.
Christian Reynish was unit manager for 1 episode in 2007. Was location manager for Doctor Who in 2010 for Cold Blood and The Hungry Earth.
Was assistant location manager for Torchwood From Out of the Rain episode in 2008, and location scout for They Keep Killing Suzie and Cyberwoman in 2006.
Was assistant location manager credited as Paul-Christian Reynish for SJA episode Invasion of the Bane in 2007.
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
William Hartley was first assistant director for 27 episodes from 1997-2006. Was first assistant director for three episodes of Doctor Who from 2009 - 2011. Was assistant floor manager for 4 episodes of Doctor Who story Horror at Fang Rock in 1977.
James DeHaviland was second assistant director for 4 episodes from 2005-2006. Was second assistant director for 74 episodes of Doctor Who from 2009 - 2017.
Was assistant director for The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot in 2013, and second assistant director for 13 episodes of Torchwood from 2006 - 2009. Was production manager for two episodes of Doctor Who in 2015. Was an actor in The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot in 2013. Was drama events manager for Prom 2: Doctor Who at the Proms in 2013. Appeared as himself for 3 episodes of Doctor Who Confidential from 2010 - 2011.
Matthew Purves was first assistant director for 2 episodes in 2006. Son of Peter Purves, Matthew was assistant floor manager for four episodes of Doctor Who: Battlefield in 1989.
Part 3 next month