Wednesday, 2 April 2014

Doctor Who Vs. Sea of Souls, Series 3

Glaswegian actors Bill Paterson, Dawn Steele and Iain Robertson all returned for the third, penultimate run of this supernatural drama, set at Scotland's fictional Clyde University parapsychology department.
First shown on BBC One in the winter of 2006, this six-part season featured Paul McGann (as Christopher Chambers in the final mystery) and nineteen other Doctor Who cast and crew connections:

Insiders (UK TX: January 7)
  • Brian McCardie (Beale) voiced           for Big Finish's Masters of Earth
  • Gary Hoptrough was a stuntman on The Runaway Bride and Let's Kill Hitler too
Oracle (UK TX: January 14)
  • Jeff Rawle (Norman) was Plantagenet in Frontios, Lionel Harding in The Sarah Jane Adventures: Mona Lisa's Revenge, and depicted Mervyn Pinfield in An Adventure in Space and Time
Sleeper (UK TX: January 21)
  • for Stephen Garwood (producer), Jonathan Farmer (assistant director), Barbara Southcott (make-up designer), Pam Mullins (make-up artist), Edmund Butt (composer), Toby Wood (music engineer), Scott Napier (electrician), Sheila Johnston (script supervisor), and Ray Holman (costume designer) see Series 2
The Newsroom (UK TX: January 28)
  • Ronald Pickup (Galt) made his TV debut as the Physician in The Reign of Terror: The Tyrant of France, and voiced Kestorian for Time Works (BF, 2006), and Elder Bones for Spaceport Fear (BF, 2013)
  • Sheila Reid (Aggie) was Etta in Vengeance on Varos, Clara's Gran in The Time of the Doctor, and voiced
Succubus (UK TX: February 4)
  • Emma Campbell-Jones (Sarah) was Dr. Kent in The Wedding of River Song, and Cass in The Night of the Doctor
  • Lucy Griffiths (Rebecca) voiced Mabel for The Auntie Matter (2013)
  • Dave Humphries was also the foley recordist on The Empty Child, The Doctor Dances, Bad Wolf and The Parting of the Ways
Rebound (UK TX: February 11)
  • Rob Hunt was also a stuntman on The Runaway Bride and The Day of the Doctor
  • Peter Kersey was a SFX technician on the Doctor Who TV Movie too

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