Saturday, 22 October 2016

Doctor Who Vs. Law & Order: UK, Series 7

Regular series actors Bradley Walsh (as DS Ronnie Brooks), Dominic Rowan (Jacob Thorne), and Peter Davison (Henry Sharpe) all returned for the seventh and penultimate series of the British spin-off of Dick Wolf's Law & Order.
Paterson Joseph and Georgia Taylor both joinethe
 programme here as new DI Wes Leyton and CPS prosecutor Kate Barker. Paul Nicholls then left the programme after two years as DS Sam Casey.
All six cases here were again based on scripts from the parent American programme. Originally shown
 in the summer of 2013, the season began another 
repeat run on ITV3 last night, and featured twenty-
one further Doctor Who cast and crew connections:

Tracks (UK TX: July 14/US TX: August 7/based on Locomotion, 2005)
  • Adam James (Gennis) was DI Macmillan in Planet of the Dead
  • Belinda McGinley (Marnie) was a stunt performer on Amy's Choice and The Girl Who Waited
  • Greg Bennett (Constable) was both a Sycorax Warrior and a UNIT Soldier in The Christmas Invasion, and an uncredited Guest in The Lazarus Experiment
  • William Willoughby was also a stuntman oRoseSmith and JonesDaleks in ManhattanEvolution of the DaleksThe Pandorica OpensA Good Man Goes to War, and The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe, and doubled for Matt Smith in Dinosaurs on a Spaceship and was Ben Browder's double (as Isaac) in A Town Called Mercy
  • Simon Diggins was also ADR mixer on fourteen stories, from The Day of the Doctor to Last Christmas
  • Julie Ankerson was also the foley artist on every episode since Rose, Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures
  • James Leigh was also a camera operator on Planet of the Dead and The Girl Who Waited
  •  Rob Carter was also the steadicam operator on The Bells of Saint JohnThe Rings of Akhaten and Last Christmas
Tremors (UK TX: July 21/US TX: August 14/based on Aftershock, 1996)
  • Paterson Joseph had appeared in Bad Wolf and The Parting of the Ways as Roderick
Paternal (UK TX: July 28/US TX: August 21/based on Deadbeat, 1996)
  • Davood Ghadami (Russell) was Jim in Let's Kill Hitler
  • Amerjit Deu (Judge Patham here and Fatherly Love) voiced the Swami for Big Finish's The Churchill Years (2016)
Fatherly Love
(UK TX: August 4/US TX: August 28/based on Family Values, 1994)
  • Big Finish artist Rory Keenan (Harte) voiced James Wilton for The Worlds of Doctor Who, Captain Gormley for Signs and Wonders (both 2014), David Lacey for The Darkness of Glass, Ugo for The Last Adventure: The Red House (both 2015), and Kevin for The Tenth Doctor Adventures: Technophobia (new for 2016)
  • Eleanor Masuura (Sophie) was Jo Nakashima in The Sontaran Stratagem, and voiced Dana Tanaka for Shadows of the Vashta Nerada
  • Raji James (Alforth) was Dr. Rajesh Singh in Army of Ghosts and Doomsday
Mortal
(UK TX: August 11/US TX: September 11/based on Golden Years, 1994)
  • Big Finish actor Ramon Tikaram (Prasad here and Series 8: Safe From Home) voiced Wanchese for Voyage to the New World (2012), the Castellan for Doom Coalition 1Marlock for Theatre of WarColonel Shindi for UNIT: Extinction (all 2015) and UNIT: Silenced (2016)
  • Sandra Voe (Harriet) voiced Miss Barnett for The Third Doctor Adventures 2: The Hidden Realm (BF, 2016)
  • Ony Uhiara (Vanessa) voiced Sisrella Tevier for The Seeds of War (BF, 2013), and Alice Lloyd for The Last Adventure: The End of the Line
  • Nick Brimble (Dr. Hastings) voiced Shreeni for Exotron (2007), Dudley Jackson for The Eternal Summer (2009), Kith for Max Warp (2008), and Olaf Eriksson for The Book of Kells (2010)
Dependent 
(UK TX: August 18/US TX: September 18/based on Phobia, 2001)
  • Josh O'Connor (Fellows) was Piotr in Cold War
  • Stuart Organ (Walker) was Bazin in Dragonfire, and voiced Helgert Teveler for The Seeds of War
  • Raquel Cassidy (Lydia) played Miranda Cleaves (pictured) in The Rebel Flesh and The Almost People, and voiced Mesca for The Key 2 Time: The Judgement of Isskar (BF, 2009), Inquisa for Circular Time: Paradoxicide, Destiny Gray for Question Marks (both 2011), and Dr. Alison Foster for Destination: Nerva (2012)

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