Friday, 5 February 2016

Doctor Who Vs. The Avengers, Series 6 (Part 1)

This cult British fantasy show returned to the ITV regions
in the autumn of 1968 for an eight-month run, following it's debut on American television in the spring.
Patrick Macnee - who had portrayed John Steed since
1961 - was now joined for the last series by the Canadian-born actress, Linda Thorson (born 1947), 
girlfriend of the show's new producer, John Bryce. 
The series opened with Diana Rigg's final appearance 
as Emma Peel. Former guest star Patrick Newell (1932-1988) also took a regular role here (in twenty episodes)
as spymaster, Mother.
After completing production on only three episodes, Bryce was fired and previous producers Brian Clemens (1931-2015) and Albert Fennell (1920-1988) resumed their posts - both were later nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award. The programme was finally recognised by BAFTA with a Special Award in 2000.
The final season included screenplays from 'classic' era writers Terry Nation 
(Legacy of DeathInvasion of the Earthmen and co-author of Noon-Doomsday), 
and Dennis Spooner (Look..).
Another repeat run of these sixteen stories (from a series total of thirty-three) began on the True Entertainment this week - they featured guest roles for 
Anthony Ainley (as Edward Sunley in Noon-Doomsday), Bernard Cribbins 
(Bradley Marler in Look..), Richard Hurndall (Henley Farrer in Legacy of 
Death), and fifty-six other Doctor Who cast and crew connections:

The Forget-Me-Knot (UK TX [London]: September 25 1968 & US TX 
[New York]: March 20 1968)
  • Douglas Sheldon (Brad) was Kirken in The Daleks' Master Plan: Devil's Planet and The Traitors
  • for Jeremy Young (Burton) and Alan Lake (Karl) see Series 4: A Touch of Brimstone and The House That Jack Built
  • for John Lee (Soames) see Series 5: The Bird Who Knew Too Much
Game (UK TX: October 2 & US TX: September 23)
  • Brian Badcoe (Gibson) was Adam in Invasion of the Dinosaurs
  • for Peter Jeffrey (Bristow) was Aubrey Richards (Witney) see Series 4:Room Without a View and The Gravediggers
Super Secret Cypher Snatch (UK TX: October 9 & US TX: September 30)
  • Donald Gee (Vickers) was Major Ian Warne in The Space Pirates, and Eckersley in The Monster of Peladon
  • Lionel Wheeler (Guard) was an Elder in The Savages
  • David Quilter (Wilson) was Greeves in The Unicorn and the Wasp
  • Clifford Earl (Jarret) and Nicholas Smith (Lather) both appeared in the Series 5 story, Escape in Time too
  • for Alec Ross (Masters) see Series 3: Brief for Murder
You'll Catch Your Death (UK TX: October 16 & US TX: October 7)
  • Valentine Dyall (Butler) first appeared as the Black Guardian in The Armageddon Factor, then the trilogy of season 20 stories
  • for Fulton Mackay (Glover here; and Master in Bizarre) see Series 5B: Return of the Cybernauts
  • for Hamilton Dyce (Camrose) see Series 1: Death on the Slipway
Split! (UK TX: October 23 & US TX: April 10)
  • for Bernard Archard (Constantine) and Christopher Benjamin (Swindin) see Series 4: The Master Minds and How to Succeed at Murder
  • Harry Fielder (Agent/Guard) was a veteran of the 'classic' run, with appearances as a Guard (in serials PP, ZZZ, 4L, 4P, 5A, 5F, 5Z), a Crewman (SS, 4T), a Vogan (4D), an Assassin (4Q), a Tigellan (5Q), and a Krarg for the unfinished Shada
  • for Maurice Good (Mercer) see Series 1: Hunt the Man Down
Whoever Shot Poor George Oblique Stroke XR40? (UK TX: October 30
& US TX: December 9)
  • Frank Windsor (Tobin) was Sir Ranulf Fitzwilliam in The King's Demons, and Inspector Mackenzie in Ghost Light
  • for Arthur Cox (Anaesthetist) see Series 5A: From Venus With Love
False Witness (UK TX: November 6 & US TX: November 25)
  • Simon Lack (Nesbitt) was Professor Charles Kettering in (episode 1 of)The Mind of Evil, and Zadek in The Androids of Tara
  • Jimmy Gardner (Little Man) was Chenchu in Marco Polo, and Idmon in Underworld
  • for Rio Fanning (Lane) and John Bennett (Sykes) see Series 5B: Dead Man's Treasure and Series 2: Mission to Montreal respectively
All Done With Mirrors (UK TX: November 13 & US TX: December 2)
  • Dinsdale Landen (Watney) was Dr. Judson in The Curse of Fenric
  • for Peter Copley (Sparshott) see Series 2: The White Dwarf
  • for Edwin Richfield (Barlow) and Tenniel Evans (Carswell) see Series 1:Girl on the Trapeze and Please Don't Feed the Animals
Legacy of Death (UK TX: November 20 & US TX: November 4)
  • Michael Bilton (Winter) was Charles de Teligny in The Massacre, Collins in Pyramids of Mars, and a Time Lord in The Deadly Assassin
  • Tutte Lemkow (Gorky) was Kuiju in Marco Polo, Ibrahim in The Crusade: The Warlords, and Cyclops in The Myth Makers
  • for Stratford Johns (Street) and John Hollis (Zoltan) see Series 1: The Frighteners and Series 2: Warlock respectively
Noon-Doomsday (UK TX: November 27 & US TX: October 28)
  • Ray Brooks (Farrington) was David in Daleks: Invasion Earth 2150 AD
  • for TP McKenna (Grant) see Series 3: Trojan Horse
  • Peter Halliday (Perrier) was Packer (and provided the Cyber Director Voice) in The Invasion, voiced the titular Silurians in their debut story and the Aliens in The Ambassadors of Death, then was Pletrac in Carnival of Monsters, a Soldier in City of Death, and the Vicar in (part 2 of) Remembrance of the Daleks
Look (Stop Me If You've Heard This One) But There Were These Two 
Fellers (UK TX: December 4 & US TX: May 8)
  • John Cleese (Rugman) made a famous cameo appearance in City of Death (part 4) as an Art Lover
  • for Talfryn Thomas (Frederick) see Series 4: A Surfeit of H2O
  • for John Woodvine (Seagrave) and Robert James (Merlin) see Series 1:Square Root of Evil and Hot Snow
Have Guns Will Haggle (UK TX: December 11 & US TX: May 1)
  • Michael Turner (Crayford) was Jarvis Bennett in The Wheel in Space
  • Roy Stewart (Giles) was a Saracen Warrior in The Crusade: The Warlords, Toberman in The Tomb of the Cybermen, and the Strong Man in (part 2 of) Terror of the Autons
  • for Jonathan Burns (Beardsley) and Rocky Taylor (Mercenary) see Series 4: The Girl From Auntie and The Cybernauts
  • for Timothy Bateson (Spencer) see Series 5: The Correct Way to Kill
They Keep Killing Steed (UK TX: December 18 & US TX: November 11)
  • Norman Jones (Zerson) was Khrisong in The Abominable Snowmen, Major Baker in The Silurians, and Hieronymous in The Masque of Mandragora
  • Reg Whitehead (Etola) was a Cyberman in The Tenth Planet (as both Jarl and Krail), The Moonbase and The Tomb of the Cybermen, and a Yeti inThe Abominable Snowmen
  • Arthur Howell (Verno) was a Confederate Horseman in (episode 3 of) The War Games
  • for Bernard Horsfall (Smythe) see The Cybernauts
The Interrogators (UK TX: January 1 1969 & US TX: January 20 1969)
  • Philip Bond (Caspar) was Ganatus in The Daleks
  • Neil Stacy (Mullard) voiced Cyril Haggard for The Emerald Tiger (BF, 2012)
  • for Neil McCarthy (Rasker) and Neil Wilson (Norton) see Series 1: Brought to Book and Dance With Death
The Rotters (UK TX: January 8 1969 & US TX: December 16 1968)
  • for Jerome Willis (George) and Harold Innocent (Parbury) see Series 2:Intercrime and Series 3: The Medicine Man respectively
  • for John Nettleton (Palmer) and Charles Morgan (Wainwright) see Series 5: The See-Through Man and Series 1: Brought to Book
Invasion of the Earthmen (UK TX: January 15 1969 & US TX: March 27 1968)
  • for William Lucas (Brett) and George Roubicek (Grant) see Series 6:Death's Door and Series 2: The White Dwarf respectively

Doctor Who On This Day #36

1965 - 100,000 BC, Episodes 3 and 4 both repeated on ABC; and The Edge of Destruction, Episode 2 repeated on TV1 (NZ)
1966 - The Massacre of St. Bartholomew's Eve, Episode 1: War of God first
screened on BBC1
1972 - The Curse of Peladon, Episode 2 first screened on BBC1
1974 The Silurians, Episode 1 and Frontier in Space, Episode 6 both repeated
on ABC
1975 The Claws of Axos, Episode 4 repeated on ABC
1977 - The Robots of Death, Part 2 first screened on BBC1
1982 - The Masque of Mandragora, Part 1 repeated on KQED Plus
1983 - The Armageddon Factor, Part 5 repeated on KQED Plus
1985 - Frontios, Part 1 repeated on KQED Plus
1986 - The Mind Robber, Episode 5 repeated on ABC; and The Ribos Operation,
Part 3 repeated on KQED Plus
1987 The Chase, Episode 5: The Death of Doctor Who repeated on KQED Plus
1988 The Sun Makers, Part 4 repeated on KQED Plus
1989 - Terminus Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus
1990 Delta and the Bannermen, Part 2 first screened on TV2 (NZ)
1991 The Face of Evil, Part 3 repeated on KQED Plus
1993 The War Games, Episode 4 repeated on UK Gold; and Genesis of the Daleks, Part 5 repeated on BBC2 
1994 Pyramids of Mars Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus
1995 The Happiness Patrol and Silver Nemesis Omnibuses both repeated on
UK Gold 
1996 Terror of the Vervoids and The Ultimate Foe Omnibuses both repeated
on KQED Plus
1997 The Daemons, Episode 3 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
1998 The Tomb of the Cybermen, Episode 3 first screened on Space; and
Kinda, Part 2 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
1999 The Tomb of the Cybermen, Episode 3 repeated on Space; and The Mark 
of the Rani, Part 2 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2000 - The Edge of Destruction Omnibus repeated on UKTV (Aus); The Seeds of Death, Episode 2 repeated on Space; Robot, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on Iowa PTV; The Masque of Mandragora, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on BBC America;
The Hand of Fear, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on Colorado PTV; The Face of Evil, Part 3 first screened on Prairie PTV; and Nightmare of Eden, Part 4 repeated on
BBC Prime
2001 The Aztecs Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus; The Monster of Peladon, Parts
5 and 6 both repeated on Prime; The Brain of Morbius, Part 2 repeated on UKTV (Aus); and The Robots of Death, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on BBC America;
2004 - The Tomb of the Cybermen, Episode 2 repeated on ABC
200The Hand of Fear Omnibus repeated on UK Gold
2006 The Ultimate Foe Omnibus and The Parting of the Ways both repeated
on UK Gold
2008 - Doomsday repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2009 The Girl in the Fireplace and Doctor Who Confidential: From Script to Screen both repeated on BBC3
2010 Doomsday and Doctor Who Confidential: Finale both repeated on BBC3
2011 - The Waters of Mars repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2012 - The Ambassadors of Death, Episodes 4 and 5 both repeated on KBTC;
Vincent and the Doctor repeated on MPTV; The Big Bang and A Christmas Carol both repeated on Fox (Germany); and The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith, Episode 1 repeated on BBC HD
2013 Fear Her repeated on UKTV (NZ); The Lazarus Experiment repeated on
Watch; and Partners in Crime repeated on BBC America
2014 The Hand of Fear, Parts 1 and 2 and Warriors of the Deep, Parts 3 and 4 all repeated on Syfy (Aus); Gridlock repeated on TV3; Human Nature repeated
on BBC Entertainment Latin America and France 4; The Unicorn and the Wasp 
repeated on Syfy (Portugal); Victory of the Daleks, The Time of Angels, Flesh and Stone, The Vampires of Venice, The Hungry Earth, Closing Time and The Wedding 
of River Song all repeated on BBC America; Amy's Choice repeated on BBC America and Jeem TV (UK); Vincent and the Doctor repeated on Watch; The Almost People 
repeated on UKTV (Aus); Night Terrors and The Girl Who Waited both repeated on
DR3; A Town Called Mercy repeated on Syfy (Netherlands); Cold War repeated on
 BBC Entertainment Latin America HD; and Hide repeated on WTTW Prime
2015 - Genesis of the Daleks, Parts 2 and 3 both repeated on Horror; Horror of 
Fang RockPart 1 and The Satan Pit both repeated on Syfy (Aus); The Invisible 
Enemy, Parts 3 and 4 both first screened on Retro TV; Dalek repeated on KCPT2;
Boom Town and Doctor Who Confidential: Unsung Heroes and Violent Death both 
repeated on UNC-MX; The Waters of Mars and The Eleventh Hour both repeated on BBC America; The Bells of Saint John repeated on Watch; and Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS and Doctor Who Confidential: About A Boy both repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific
2016 The Androids of Tara, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on Retro TV; Destiny 
of the Daleks, Part 3, Dinosaurs on a Spaceship, The Rings of Akhaten, Cold War, Hide and Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS all repeated on Syfy (Aus);
 Remembrance of the Daleks, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on Horror; The Long Game, Father's Day and The Empty Child all repeated on France 4; Rise of the Cybermen and The Age of Steel both repeated on BBC America; The Shakespeare Code and Gridlock both repeated on EBRU; The Impossible Astronaut and Day of the Moon repeated on BBC Polska HD; The Crimson Horror repeated on TV Cultura and Syfy (Aus); The Time of the Doctor repeated on BBC First (Middle East); Into the Dalek repeated on KLRU; The Caretaker, Kill the Moon and Flatline all repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific; Dark Water repeated on KUAC; Under the Lake repeated on FX (India); and The Girl Who Died first screened on RAI4

Thursday, 4 February 2016

Doctor Who Vs. A Study in Terror

This British thriller (which premiered on the Horror channel yesterday) chronicled the first encounter between two iconic Victorian figures, the
fictional detective Sherlock Holmes
and the infamous murderer, Jack
the Ripper.
John Neville (1925-2011) and Donald Houston (1923-1991) portrayed Holmes and Watson in an original narrative, were Holmes exposed the identity of the Ripper.
The film was novelised in 1966 by
Ellery Queen and Paul W Fairman,
and the Holmes/Ripper concept
was later dramatised in Murder 
By Decree (1978) and Holmes and 
the Ripper (2010), and adapted for the novels The Last Sherlock Holmes 
Story (1978) and Dust and Shadows (2009).
Here, the Whitechapel Murders began with (the non-canonical victim) Emma Smith in April 1888, and the Ripper is soon revealed as Lord Carfax.
A Study in Terror co-starred Robert Morley (as Mycroft Holmes), whilst Frank
Finlay (Inspector Lestrade) and Anthony Quayle (Dr. Murray) both later
appeared in  Murder By Decree. Released by Colombia Pictures in 1965, the
film also featured a young Judi Dench, and nine Doctor Who cast and crew connections:
  • John Fraser (Carfax here; and Uncle Gideon in Young Sherlock, 1982) played the Monitor in Logopolis
  • Carry On actress Barbara Windsor (Annie Chapman) made a cameo appearance in Army of Ghosts as Peggy Mitchell, her EastEnders character
  • Adrienne Corri (Angela) was Mena in The Leisure Hive
  • Dudley Foster (Home Secretary [Henry Matthews]) was Maurice Caven in The Space Pirates
  • Barbara Leake (Mrs. Hudson) was Mrs. Farrell in Terror of the Autons
  • Patrick Newell (PC Benson) was Colonel Faraday in The Android Invasion
  • Bill Brandon (Ruffian) was an uncredited Mongol Warrior in (episodes 1 and 4 of) Marco Polo
  • stuntman Peter Diamond was a regular stunt double and fight arranger on the classic series, from The Daleks: The Rescue to The Daemons
  • John Cox was the sound supervisor on both Dalek films too

Doctor Who On This Day #35

1948 - Writer Stephen Wyatt born in Beckenham, Kent
1966 - The Sensorites, Episode 4: A Race Against Death and The Romans
Episodes 2 and 3 all repeated on ABC
1967 - The Underwater Menace, Episode 4 first screened on BBC1
1975 The Claws of Axos, Episode 3 repeated on ABC 
1978 - Robot, Part 1 first screened on TV2 (NZ); and The Invasion of Time, Part
1 first screened on BBC1
1980 - Writer David Whitaker died in Fulham, aged 51
1982 - The Seeds of Doom, Part 6 repeated on KQED Plus
1983 - The Armageddon Factor, Part 4 repeated on KQED Plus
1984 - Terminus, Part 2 repeated on KQED Plus
1986 - The Mind Robber, Episode 4 repeated on ABC; and The Ribos Operation
Part 2 repeated on KQED Plus
1987 The Chase, Episode 4: Journey into Terror repeated on KQED Plus; and 
Revenge of the Cybermen, Part 2 repeated on TV1 (NZ)
1988 The Sun Makers, Part 3 repeated on KQED Plus
1989 The Daemons, Episode 5 repeated on KQED Plus
1990 The Ark in Space Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus
1992 - Battlefield Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus
1993 The War Games, Episode 3 repeated on UK Gold
1994 The Invisible Enemy, Part 3 repeated on UK Gold
1995 The King's Demons and The Five Doctors Omnibuses both repeated on
KQED Plus; and Mindwarp, Part 7 repeated on UK Gold
1996 The Ribos Operation Omnibus repeated on UK Gold 
1997 The Daemons, Episode 2 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
1998 The Tomb of the Cybermen, Episode 2 first screened on Space; and
Kinda, Part 1 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
1999 The Tomb of the Cybermen, Episode 2 repeated on Space; and The Mark 
of the Rani, Part 1 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2000 - The Keys of Marinus, Episode 4: The Snows of Terror repeated on UKTV (Aus); and The Seeds of Death, Episode 1 repeated on Space
2001 The Monster of Peladon, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on Prime; Robot
 Omnibus repeated on UK Gold; Genesis of the DaleksPart 1 repeated on WILL; 
The Hand of Fear, Part 4 repeated on KUED; The Invisible Enemy, Parts 1 and 2 
both repeated on KBTC; Image of the Fendahl, Parts 2 and 3 both repeated on WCET; The Invasion of Time, Part 4 repeated on Twin Cities PTV; The Pirate Planet, Part 1 repeated on Lakeshore PTV; The Androids of Tara, Parts 3 and 4 
both repeated on WQED; The Visitation, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on MiND;
and Delta and the Bannermen, Part 3 repeated on WUSF and Omnibus repeated
on MPT
2002 The Sea Devils, Episodes 5 and 6 both repeated on KQED Plus
2004 - The Tomb of the Cybermen, Episode 1 repeated on ABC
2006 Terror of the Vervoids Omnibus repeated on UK Gold; and The Parting of 
the Ways repeated on Jimmy
2007 - Terror of the Autons Omnibus repeated on UK Gold; The Age of Steel first screened on Jimmy; and No More Lies first broadcast on Radio 7
2009 - TimelashParts 1 and 2 (of 4) both repeated on MTV3 SciFi; and School Reunion and Doctor Who Confidential: Friends Reunited both repeated on BBC3
2010 - The Christmas Invasion repeated on Syfy (Germany); and Army of GhostsDoctor Who Confidential: Welcome to Torchwood and Greatest Moments: Aliens all repeated on BBC3
2011 - The Age of Steel and The Idiot's Lantern both repeated on Syfy (Germany);
Evolution of the Daleks repeated on Space; The Next Doctor repeated on UKTV (Aus); and Amy's Choice and The Hungry Earth both repeated on BBC3
2012 Rise of the Cybermen and The Age of Steel both repeated on BBC3; 
Doctor Who Confidential Cutdown: Death in Venice repeated on UKTV (Aus);
and the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular held at the Plenary Hall in Melbourne, Australia
2013 Love & Monsters repeated on UKTV (NZ); Evolution of the Daleks repeated
on Watch; The Impossible Astronaut repeated on WTTW HD; and The Girl Who 
Waited repeated on WPT
2014 The Masque of Mandragora, Parts 3 and 4 and Warriors of the Deep, Parts
1 and 2 all repeated on Syfy (Aus); 42 repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America and France 4; The Doctor's Daughter repeated on Syfy (Portugal); Cold Blood 
repeated on Watch; The Rebel Flesh repeated on UKTV (Aus); A Good Man Goes to War and Let's Kill Hitler both repeated on DR3; The God Complex repeated on BBC America; and The Crimson Horror repeated on WGVU and Syfy (Portugal)
2015 - The Ark in Space, Part 4 and Genesis of the Daleks, Part 1 both repeated on Horror; The Talons of Weng-ChiangPart 6 and The Impossible Planet both repeated
on Syfy (Aus); The Invisible Enemy, Parts 1 and 2 both first screened on Retro TV;
World War Three repeated on KCPT2; The Next Doctor and Planet of the Dead both repeated on BBC America; Asylum of the Daleks repeated on KLRU; The Angels Take Manhattan repeated on Watch; Hide and Doctor Who Confidential: River Runs Wild 
both repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific; and The Time of the Doctor 
repeated on UKTV (NZ)
2016 The Stones of Blood, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on Retro TV; Destiny 
of the Daleks, Part 3 and Asylum of the Daleks both repeated on Syfy (Aus); The Mark of the Rani, Parts 3 and 4 (of 4) both repeated on Horror; Blink and Utopia both repeated on BBC America; The Impossible Astronaut repeated on BBC Polska HD; Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS repeated on TV Cultura; Mummy on the Orient Express repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific; and The Witch's Familiar repeated on FX (India)

Wednesday, 3 February 2016

Doctor Who Vs. Silent Witness, Series 19

The nineteenth season of this popular crime drama concluded on BBC One last night, and again starred Emilia Fox (a veteran of over a hundred episodes since 2004) and David Caves as doctors Nikki Alexander and Jack Hodgson. The Home Office forensic pathologists (all based in London's Lyell Centre) were again joined by Clarissa Mullery and Dr. Thomas Chamberlain, played by Liz Carr and Richard Lintern.
The programme, which began in 1996, has been recommissioned for a twentieth anniversary series, due 
for early 2017, and the recent five, two-part mysteries 
featured these eighteen Doctor Who cast and crew connections:

After The Fall (UK TX: January 4 & 5 2016)
  • Ariyon Bakare (Father Dawes) played Leandro (pictured) in The Woman Who Lived
  • Liza Tarbuck (DI Rankin) voiced Captain Kaliko for The Infinite Quest, and Lysette Barclay for Big Finish's Plague of the Daleks (2009)
  • Dean Lennox Kelly (Carmichael) was the eponymous Bard in The Shakespeare Code 
  • Sagar Arya (Shah) was a Newsreader on The Christmas Invasion and The Sarah Jane Adventures
  • Timothy Wood was second assistant director on K9 too
Flight (UK TX: January 11 & 12)
  • Richard Senior also directed Let's Kill Hitler, Space/Time, Night and the Doctor and Doctor Who at the Proms (2013), and was the second unit director on The Day of the Doctor
  • Esther Hall (DI Ryman) voiced Virginia for Doom Coalition 1 (BF, 2015), and Tazmeena, Bauze and Mum for The Two Masters (BF, new for 2016)
  • Richard Dillane (DCI Waite) was Captain Carter in Let's Kill Hitler and The Wedding of River Song
  • Raji James (Rachid) was Dr. Rajesh Singh in Doomsday and Army of Ghosts
  • series casting director Andy Brierley was casting associate on fifty-eight episodes (from The Christmas Invasion to The Big Bang), Music of the Spheres, The Sarah Jane Adventures and Torchwood
  • Fay Selby was also first assistant director on Asylum of the Daleks, The Angels Take Manhattan, Nightmare in Silver and The Day of the Doctor
Life Licence (UK TX: January 18 & 19)
  • Robert Whitelock (Bright) was Mahler in The Bells of Saint John, and voiced Rickett for Psychodrome (BF, 2014), and Curtis for volume one of The Second Doctor (new for 2016)
  • Tim Packham (Paaser-by) began his TV career as a Plasmaton in The Dimensions of Time
  • Damian Bromley was also the cinematographer on The Time of Angles and Flesh and Stone
In Plain Sight (UK TX: January 25 & 26)
  • Keith Boak also directeRoseAliens of London and World War Three
  • Neil Stuke (DI Cooke) voiced the titular villain of The Crooked Man (BF, 2014)
River's Edge (UK TX: February 2 & 3)
  • Andrew Forbes (Consultant) was Omril in Full Circle
  • Derek Griffiths (DS Guillam) voiced Jason Taylor for Brave New World (BF, 2008)

Doctor Who On This Day #34

1968 - The Web of Fear, Episode 1 first screened on BBC1
1973 - Carnival of Monsters, Episode 2 first screened on BBC1
1975 - Director Mat King born in Adelaide, Australia; and The Claws of Axos
Episode 2 repeated on ABC
1979 - The Armageddon Factor, Part 3 first screened on BBC1
1982 - The Seeds of Doom, Part 5 repeated on KQED Plus
1983 - The Armageddon Factor, Part 3 and Four to Doomsday Omnibus both repeated on KQED Plus
1984 - Terminus, Part 1 repeated on KQED Plus; and Frontios, Part 4 first screened on BBC1
1985 Robot Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus
1986 - The Mind Robber, Episode 3 repeated on ABC
1987 The Chase, Episode 3: Flight Through Eternity repeated on KQED Plus;
and Revenge of the Cybermen, Part 1 repeated on TV1 (NZ)
1988 The Sun Makers, Part 2 repeated on KQED Plus; and The Power of Kroll
Part 4 repeated on TV2 (NZ)
1989 The Daemons, Episode 4 repeated on KQED Plus
1990 The Visitation, Part 2 repeated on KQED Plus
1993 The War Games, Episode 2 repeated on UK Gold
1994 The Invisible Enemy, Part 2 repeated on UK Gold; and Planet of Fire, Part 4 repeated on ABC
1995 Mindwarp, Part 6 repeated on UK Gold
1996 - The Ghosts of N-Space, Episode 3 first broadcast on Radio 2
1997 The Daemons, Episode 1 repeated on UKTV (Aus); The Curse of Peladon
 Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus; and The Mutants Omnibus repeated on UK Gold
1998 The Tomb of the Cybermen, Episode 1 first screened on Space; and
Four to Doomsday, Part 4 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
1999 The Tomb of the Cybermen, Episode 1 repeated on Space; and Planet of 
Fire, Part 4 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2000 - The Keys of Marinus, Episode 3: The Screaming Jungle repeated on UKTV (Aus); The Krotons, Episode 4 repeated on Space; and The Claws of Axos, Episode
2 first screened on TG4
2001 Planet of Evil Omnibus repeated on UKTV (Aus); The Stones of Blood, Part
4 first screened on Prairie PTV; Nightmare of EdenParts 1 and 2 both repeated 
on Colorado PTV and Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on Iowa PTV; and Time Flight
Part 2 repeated on BBC Prime
2002 Planet of the Daleks Omnibus repeated on MPT; The Robots of Death
Part 2 repeated on WILL; The Horns of Nimon, Part 2 repeated on Twin Cities PTV; 
Warriors' Gate, Parts 2 and 3 both repeated on WCET; Kinda, Part 1 repeated on WQED; The Visitation, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on NHPTV; Mawdryn Undead, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on Colorado PTV; Frontios, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on Iowa PTV; and Survival Omnibus repeated on UK Gold2004 - The War Machines, Episode 4 repeated on ABC
2005 The Face of Evil, Part 4 repeated on ABC
2006 - Survival, Parts 2 and 3 both repeated on ABC; and The Parting of the Ways
 first screened on Jimmy
2007 Rise of the Cybermen repeated on UK Gold and Jimmy
2008 - The Unquiet Dead repeated on WXXI
2009 The Mark of the Rani, Parts 3 and 4 (of 4) both repeated on MTV3 SciFi;
Dalek and Doctor Who Confidential Cutdown: The Daleks both repeated on 
UKTV (Aus);  New Earth and Doctor Who Confidential: New New Doctor both 
repeated on ABC1; and Tooth and Claw and Doctor Who Confidential: Fear Factor both repeated on BBC3
2010 The Parting of the Ways repeated on Syfy (Germany); and Fear Her and
Doctor Who Confidential: The Fright Stuff both repeated on BBC3
2011 - The Girl in the Fireplace and Rise of the Cybermen both repeated on Syfy (Germany); Daleks in Manhattan repeated on Space; and Journey's End repeated
on UKTV (Aus)
2012 The Empty Child repeated on BBC America; Fear Her repeated on BBC Entertainment India and ABC2; School Reunion and The Girl in the Fireplace both repeated on BBC3; 42 repeated on Watch; and Doctor Who Confidential Cutdown: Space Craft repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2013 The Tomb of the Cybermen Omnibus repeated on UKTV; The Ark in 
Space, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on KBTC; The Satan Pit repeated on UKTV
(NZ); Cold Blood and Vincent and the Doctor both repeated on Fox (Germany);
The Rebel Flesh and Doctor Who Confidential: Double Trouble both repeated on 
MPTV; The Girl Who Waited first screened on WPT; The Wedding of River Song 
and Doctor Who Confidential: When Time Froze both repeated on Iowa PTV; 
and The Destinations of Doctor Who repeated on BBC America
2014 The Masque of Mandragora, Parts 1 and 2 and The King's Demons Omnibus all repeated on Syfy (Aus); The Shakespeare Code repeated on TV3 (Spain); The Lazarus Experiment repeated on France 4; Planet of the Ood, The Sontaran Stratagem, The Poison Sky and Planet of the Dead all repeated on Syfy (Portugal); 
The Hungry Earth repeated on Watch; The Doctor's Wife repeated on UKTV (NZ);
The Rebel Flesh and The Almost People repeated on DR3; Let's Kill Hitler and Night Terrors both repeated on BBC America; The Crimson Horror repeated on WPT; 
The Snowmen repeated on Ztélé; and The Name of the Doctor repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America
2015 - The Ark in Space, Parts 2 and 3 both repeated on Horror; The Talons of 
Weng-ChiangPart 5, The Idiot's Lantern and A Christmas Carol all repeated on
Syfy (Aus); Horror of Fang RockParts 3 and 4 both first screened on Retro TV;
Aliens of London repeated on KCPT2; The Stolen Earth and Journey's End both repeated on BBC America; The Power of Three repeated on Watch; Cold War 
and Doctor Who Confidential: The Born Identity both repeated on BBC
Entertainment Asia Pacific; and The Day of the Doctor repeated on UKTV (NZ) 
2016 The Stones of Blood, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on Retro TV; The Mark 
of the Rani, Parts 1 and 2 (of 4) both repeated on Horror; Dalek repeated on 
France 4; Human Nature and The Family of Blood both repeated on BBC America;
The Big Bang repeated on BBC Polska HD; The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe repeated on Syfy (Aus); Hide repeated on TV Cultura; Deep Breath repeated on KLRU; Listen repeated on WGVU; and Kill the Moon repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific