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Old 17th April 2021, 06:10 AM
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Who: Before And After #375a
Name: Nancie Jackson (1921-1977)
Year(s): 1970
Stories: Doctor Who And The Silurians episode 2
Character(s): Doris Squire


Before Who:
Films: Yellow Sands (1954), You Never Can Tell (1955) , The Miser (1956), A Man for All Seasons (1957), The Claverdon Road Job (1957), They Hanged My Saintly Billy (1962)
Television: Television World Theatre: The Life of Henry V (1957) / Hilda Lessways [4 episodes as Sarah Gailey (1959)] / An Age of Kings: Henry VI Part 2 - The Fall of a Protector (1960) / BBC Sunday-Night Play: Wet Fish (1961) / The Spread of the Eagle [2 episodes as Octavia (1963)] / Coronation Street [2 episodes as Miss Read (1963)] / Maigret: The Log of the Cap Fagnet (1963) / Swizzlewick [22 episodes as Miss Hart (1964)] / R3 [2 episodes as Mrs. Fratton (1965)] / Thursday Theatre: Celebration (1965) / The Wednesday Thriller: The House (1965) / The Mask of Janus: Why Not Call Me Kruschev? (1965) / Dr. Finlay's Casebook: Free Medicine (1966) / United!: Mrs. Stockwood (1966) / The Troubleshooters: Thea (1966) / The Troubleshooters: Nothing to Do with Mogul (1967) / Thirty-Minute Theatre: The Isle Is Full of Noises (1967) / Les Miserables [2 episodes as Marguerite (1967)] / Theatre 625: Party Games (1968) / The Newcomers [2 episodes as Mrs. Hammond (1968) / Nana [4 episodes as Countess Muffat (1968)] / Out of the Unknown: Immortality Inc (1969) / The First Lady: All Right for Other People (1969) / Z Cars [7 episodes, different characters (1969-1975) / The Wednesday Play: The Vortex (1969) / Take Three Girls: Gloria for First Offence (1970)

After Who:
Films: None
Television: Germinal [3 episodes as Madame Gregoire (1970)] / Crime of Passion: Pierre (1970) / No, That's Me Over Here!: Neighbours (1970) / Biography: Alexander Fleming (1970) / Horizon: Darwin's Bulldog (1971) / Owen, M.D.: Threadbare Harvest (1971) / Upstairs, Downstairs: An Object of Value (1972) / Public Eye: A Family Affair (1973) / Barlow: Review (1973) / Romany Jones: Not So Sweet Charity (1973) / Colditz: Death Sentence (1974) / Boy Dominic: The Man Who Loved Children (1974) / The Capone Investment: The Citizen from Chicago (1974) / The Double Dealers: Cut Down Like a Flower (1974) / Sadie, It's Cold Outside: (1975) / Edward the King: Scandal (1975) / Angels: Weekend (1976) / The Expert: Fail Safe (1976) / The Velvet Glove: Married Love (1977) / Holding On (1977)
Who: Before And After #375b
Name: Gordon Richardson (1911-1994)
Year(s): 1970
Stories: Doctor Who And The Silurians episode 2
Character(s): Alan Squire


Before Who:
Films: A High Wind in Jamaica (1965), I Start Counting (1969)
Television: Paul of Tarsus: Diana of the Ephesians (1960) / Court of Mystery [2 episodes, different characters (1961)] / Emergency-Ward 10 [2 episodes as Lenny Silverman (1962)] / Dr. Finlay's Casebook [4 episodes, different characters (1962-1968)] / A Tale of Two Cities (1965) / David Copperfield: Old Acquaintances (1966) / Theatre 625: A Slight Ache (1967) / The Expert: No Home in the City (1969)

After Who:
Films: Carry on Loving* (1970), The Go-Between (1971), Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell (1974), Karate Killer (1976), The Shadow Line (1976), Tess (1979), Kill and Kill Again (1981)

Television: The Borderers: To the Gallows Tree (1970) / Emmerdale Farm (1972)
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Old 17th April 2021, 10:42 AM
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I watched the season 26 limited blu-ray version of Ghost Light last night.

The dvd was quite poor in it's picture quality. I don't think it was film grain as such more like a hazy image full stop. Hopefully you can see what i mean from this still.


The restored blu-ray version is so much cleaner and sharper and the haze is gone.. It now looks like this.


I was amazed at the difference and always wondered why Ghost Light looked so poor, especially as the rest of the season looked fine and it's one of my favourite stories, so i'm delighted to have bought this when it came out in Jan 2020.
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Maureen O'Brien played Vicki, she was a companion of the First Doctor and a regular in the programme in Seasons 2 and 3 in 1965. Her last name was never revealed during the series.

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Who: Before And After #376
Name: Dave Carter (? - ?)
Year(s): 1970 / 1970 / 1971 / 1971 / 1972 / 1974 / 1975
Stories: Doctor Who And The Silurians episode 4 Doctor Who And The Silurians episode 7 / Inferno episode 5 Inferno episode 6 / Terror of The Autons episode 1 / The Mind of Evil episode 1 The Mind Of Evil episode 6 / The Time Monster episode 3 / Invasion of The Dinosaurs episode 1 / The Android Invasion part 4
Character(s): Okdel L'da / Primord / Museum Attendant / Prison Officer / Roundhead Officer / Sergeant Duffy / Greirson
Note: Also appeared in numerous uncredited roles:
  • 'The Power of the Daleks' (as a Rebel)
  • The Invasion' (as an I.E. Guard)
  • 'Doctor Who and the Silurians' (as an Ambulance man)
  • 'The Mutants '(as a Skybase Guard)

Before Who:
Films: The 2nd Best Secret Agent in the Whole Wide World (1965), Run with the Wind (1966), The Strange Affair (1968)
Television: Adam Adamant Lives!: Death Has a Thousand Faces (1966) / The Informer: Undisclosed Sources (1967) / ITV Playhouse: A Whistle and a Funny Hat (1967) / Softly Softly: A Quantity of Gelignite (1969) / Callan: Death of a Hunter (1969) / The Expert: A Question of Guilt (1969) / Randall And Hopkirk (Deceased): My Late Lamented Friend and Partner (1969) / Dixon of Dock Green: Notify If Found (1969)

After Who:
Films: The Bullet Machine (1970), Lovebox (1972), The Sex Thief (1973), Eskimo Nell (1975), The Girl from Starship Venus (1975), Adventures of a Taxi Driver *(1976), It Could Happen to You (1976), Adventures of a Private Eye (1977), No. 1 of the Secret Service (1977), Adventures of a Plumber's Mate (1978)

Television:Codename: Warhead (1970) / Take Three Girls: A School for Grievances (1971) / The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes: The Missing Witness Sensation (1971) / Jason King: Zenia (1972) / The Man Outside: Hawk Street Horror (1972) / New Scotland Yard: Papa Charlie (1972) / Van der Valk [6 episodes as Brigadier Stribos (1972) / Z Cars: Suspicion (1973) / The Adventures of Black Beauty: Battle of Wills (1973) / Marked Personal [2 episodes as Ted Soames (1973)] / Special Branch: Something About a Soldier (1974) / Comedy Playhouse: Happy Ever After (1974) / The Case of Eliza Armstrong: The Committal, Bow Street (1974) / The Chinese Puzzle: Show Down (1974) / The Prince and the Pauper (1976) / Beasts: The Dummy (1976) / Poldark [5 episodes as Harry Harry (1977)] / Enemy at the Door: Steel Hand from the Sea (1978) / The Tomorrow People: The Living Skins - Cold War (1978) / Pinocchio [2 episodes as Innkeeper (1978)] / Thomas and Sarah: The Silver Ghost (1979) / Worzel Gummidge: The Return of Dolly Clothes-Peg (1980) / Auf Wiedersehen, Pet [2 episodes as Lionel (1986)] / The Bill: Subsequent Visits (1989)
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One of the alien Monks, now ruling Earth, in The Lie of the Land (2017)

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Who: Before And After #377
Name: Geoffrey Palmer (1927 - 2020)
Year(s): 1970 / 1972 / 2007
Stories: Doctor Who And The Silurians episode 2 Doctor Who And The Silurians episode 6 / The Mutants episode 1 / Voyage of The Damned
Character(s): Masters / The Administrator Of Solos / Hardaker
Note: Was the father of Nu-Who director Charles Palmer and the father-in-law of Nu-Who actress Claire Skinner

Before Who:
Films: A Prize of Arms* (1962), Incident at Midnight* (1963), Shadow of Treason (1964), Cast a Giant Shadow (1966)

Television: St. Ives: Lion Rampant (1955) / BBC Sunday-Night Theatre The Makepeace Story #4 - The New Executive (1955) / The Killing Stones: The Carefulness of Kleiber (1958) / Murder Bag [3 episodes (1958)] / The Army Game [20 episodes, different characters (1959-1960)] / Probation Officer [5 episodes, different characters (1959-1961)] / Garry Halliday [20 episodes, different characters (1959-1962)] / Arthur's Treasured Volumes: A Blow in Anger (1960) / Interpol Calling: Desert Hi-Jack (1960) / St. Ives [2 episodes as Gautier (1960)] / Police Surgeon: Smash But No Grab (1960) / The Love of Mike (1960) / The Strange World of Gurney Slade (1960) / Bootsie and Snudge [13 episodes, different characters (1960-1963)] / The Odd Man [4 episodes as Constable. Swift (1960)] / ITV Play of the Week: Mrs. Skeffington (1961) / The Avengers: Dance with Death (1961) / Family Solicitor [18 episodes as Hugh Cowley (1961)] / Top Secret: The Eagle of San Gualo (1962) / No Hiding Place: Epitaph for Johnnie (1962) / The Avengers: Propellant 23* (1962) / BBC Sunday-Night Play: What's in It for Walter (1962) / Harpers West One (1962) / The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre: Incident at Midnight (1963) / The Human Jungle: The Vacant Chair (1963) / Suspense: The Edge of Discovery (1963) / The Avengers: Man with Two Shadows (1963) / Jezebel ex UK: Love and Let Love (1963) / Drama 61-67: Drama '63 - A Well Dressed Man (1963) / Thirty Minute Theatre: The Simple Truth (1963) / The Saint: The Rough Diamonds (1963) / Gideon C.I.D.: The Alibi Man (1965) / Londoners: A Day Out for Lucy (1965) / Out of the Unknown: No Place Like Earth (1965) / A World of Comedy: The Celebrity (1965) / Riviera Police: Bubbles Through a Looking Glass / The Fuse That Didn't (1965) / The Avengers: A Surfeit of H2O (1965) / Public Eye [2 episodes, different characters (1965-1966) / Pardon the Expression: Big Hotel (1966) / Armchair Theatre: The Battersea Miracle (1966) / The Baron* [2 episodes as Anstruther (1966)] / The Man in Room 17: Undue Influence (1966) / Sergeant Cork: The Case of a Lady's Good Name (1966) / Mystery and Imagination: The Beckoning Shadow (1966) / The Wednesday Play: Cathy Come Home (1966) / The Rat Catchers [3 episodes, different characters (1966)] / ITV Sunday Night Drama: Four Triumphant - St Patrick (1966) / Emergency-Ward 10: By the Mark Twelve (1967) / City '68 [3 episodes as Robins (1967-1968)] / Mrs. Thursday: The Old School Tie Up (1967) / The Further Adventures of the Musketeers [2 episodes as Oliver Cromwell (1967)] / The Revenue Men: The Present (1967) / Trapped: Death Died on Wednesday (1967) / Beggar My Neighbour: Let Sleeping Dogs Lie (1968) / The Troubleshooters [2 episodes as Jeremy Martin (1968)] / Coronation Street (1968) / Best of Enemies (1968) / Thirty-Minute Theatre: The Chequers Manoeuvre (1968) / George and the Dragon: The Football Match (1968) / Z Cars: Special Duty (1969) / Love Story: The Dolly Spike (1969) / Out of the Unknown: 1+1=1.5 (1969) / Fraud Squad: Two Kinds of Crash (1969) / Detective: Hunt the Peacock (1969) / Paul Temple: There Must Be a Mr. X (1969) / The Worker: Now Is the Time for All Left Legs (1970) / NBC Experiment in Television: The Engagement (1970)

After Who:
Films: Dirty Work (1970), She Follows Me About (1970), Who Sank the Lusitania? (1972), O Lucky Man! (1973), The Battle of Billy's Pond (1976), The Outsider (1979), A Midsummer Night's Dream (1981), Beyond the Limit (1983), Waters of the Moon (1983), A Zed & Two Noughts (1985), Absurd Person Singular (1985), Clockwise (1986), Season's Greetings (1986), A Fish Called Wanda* (1988), Hawks (1988), Managing Problem People. Behavioral Skills for Leaders (1988), Smack and Thistle (1991), Stalag Luft (1993), The Madness of King George (1994), Full Throttle ( (1995), Mrs. Brown (1997), Stiff Upper Lips (1997), Tomorrow Never Dies* (1997), Reckless: The Sequel (1998), Alice Through the Looking Glass (1998), Anna and the King (1999), Rat (2000), Peter Pan (2003), The Young Visiters (2003), Piccadilly Jim (2004), The Man-Eating Leopard of Rudraprayag (2005), Margaret Thatcher: The Long Walk to Finchley (2008), The Pink Panther 2 (2009), W.E. (2011), Lost Christmas (2011), Run for Your Wife (2012), Bert & Dickie (2012), The Last Sparks of Sundown (2014), Paddington (2014), To Olivia (2021)

Television: Softly Softly: Task Force: The Lie Direct (1970) / Doomwatch: Invasion (1970) / The Expert: Whose Child? (1971) / Me Mammy: The Night the Banshee Brought Me Home (1971) / Out of the Unknown: The Uninvited (1971) / Play for Today: Michael Regan (1971) / Rules, Rules, Rules: Too Many Rules (1971) / ITV Sunday Night Theatre: The Shopper (1971) / Now, Take My Wife: The Singing Garbo (1971) / The Shadow of the Tower [2 episodes as John Mayne (1972)] / Doomwatch: Say Knife, Fat Man (1972) / Fly Into Danger: Final Approach (1972) / Colditz [2 episodes as Doc (1973)] / Menace: Judas Goat (1973) / Away from It All: The Safe House (1973) / Six Days of Justice: A Question of Discipline (1973) / Play for Today: Only Make Believe (1973) / The ITV Play: The Liberation of Eileen (1974) / The Liver Birds: Follow That Ring (1974) / The Prince of Denmark (1974) / Churchill's People: Liberty Tree (1975) / Play for Today: Goodbye (1975) / Edward the King: Scandal (1975) / The Poisoning of Charles Bravo: Public Exposure (1975) / Comedy Playhouse: Going, Going, Gone... Free? (1975) / Three Comedies of Marriage: Feeling His Way (1975) / Making Faces: December 1974 - Waiting for the Monsoon (1975) / Play for Today: A Story to Frighten the Children (1976) / BBC Play of the Month: Loyalties (1976) / Bill Brand [4 episodes as Malcolm Frear (1976)] / Sutherland's Law: The Hot Water Boat (1976) / The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin* [13 episodes as Jimmy Anderson (1976-1979)] / Angels [3 episodes as Lawrence Rutherford (1976)] / Maidens' Trip: Nanette (1977) / Young at Heart [3 episodes as Mr. Gosling Jnr (1977-1981)] / Van der Valk: The Professor (1977) / Scorpion Tales: The Ghost in the Pale Blue Dress (1978) / Happy Ever After: The More We Are Together (1978) / Crown Court: A Man with Everything (1978) / The Sweeney: Feet of Clay (1978) / Butterflies [28 episodes as Ben Parkinson (1978-1983)] / The Professionals: Where the Jungle Ends (1978) / Fawlty Towers: The Kipper and the Corpse (1979) / Bless Me Father: All at Sea (1979) / The Goodies: War Babies (1980) / Jackanory Playhouse: The Toy Princess (1981) / Plays for Pleasure: A Little Rococo (1981) / The Last Song [13 episodes as Leo Bannister (1981-1983)]/ Whoops Apocalypse [4 episodes as the Foreign Secretary (1982)] / ITV Playhouse: The Houseboy (1982) / The Professionals: The Ojuka Situation (1983) / Death of an Expert Witness (1983) / Oxbridge Blues: Cheap Day (1984) / Fairly Secret Army [13 episodes as Major Harry Kitchener Wellington Truscott (1984-1986)] / Summer Season: Radio Pictures (1985) / Screen Two: The Insurance Man (1986) / Hot Metal [7 episodes as Harold Stringer (1989)] / Executive Stress ([7 episodes as Donald Fairchild (1986)] / Christabel [2 episodes as Mr. Burton (1988)] / After the War: Fathers and Sons (1989) / Blackadder Goes Forth: Goodbyeee (1989) / Inspector Morse: The Infernal Serpent (1990) / Bergerac: Roots of Evil (1990) / Screen One: A Question of Attribution (1991) / As Time Goes By [67 episodes as Lionel Hardcastle (1992-2005)] / Alleyn Mysteries: Hand in Glove (1994) / Look at the State We're In! [6 episodes as The ruler (1995)] / The Legacy of Reginald Perrin [7 episodes as Jimmy Anderson (1996)] / The Savages [6 episodes as Donald (2001)] / Stig of the Dump [5 episodes as Robert (2002)] / Dickens [3 episodes as Thackeray (2002)] / Revealed: Dambusters [Narrator only] (2002) / Absolute Power: Country Life (2003) / Grumpy Old Men at Christmas (2003), He Knew He Was Right [3 episodes as Sir Marmaduke Rowley (2004)] / Timeshift: Rover - The Long Goodbye [Narrator only] (2007) / Wobblyland [2 episodes as the Narrator (2007)] / Ashes to Ashes (2008) / Poirot: The Clocks* (2009) / Grandpa in My Pocket: Captain Dumbletwit's Toughest Mission Yet! (2010) / Rev. (2011) / The Hollow Crown: Henry IV, Part 2 (2012) / Parade's End (2012) /
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Geoffrey Palmer contributes greatly to my favourite James Bond pre-credits sequence in Tomorrow Never Dies.

Palmer's Admiral Roebuck orders the Navy to fire a Cruise missile from HMS Chester at an arms deal taking place with 'half the world's terrorists' in Pakistan's Khyber Pass. Bond is close to the scene and reports there are two nuclear torpedoes at the site, and orders the Cruise missile aborted.

But it's too late, it can't be stopped.

Bond (Pierce Brosnan) launches into action...

Roebuck - "What the hell's your man doing?"

M (Judi Dench) sternly glances at Roebuck "His Job!"

Thrilling stuff!
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The Doctor (Sylvester McCoy) and Ace (Sophie Aldred) with the Doctor's Roadster Bessie in a publicity photo for Battlefield (1989)

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Who: Before And After #378a
Name: Ian Talbot (1942 - )
Year(s): 1970 / 1980
Stories: Doctor Who And The Silurians episode 4 / The Leisure Hive part 1 The Leisure Hive part 4
Character(s): Travis / Klout

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: Champion House: Guilty (1968) / Z Cars: You Worry Too Much, Charlie (1968)

After Who:
Films: Up the Front (1972), Juggernaut (1974), Tartuffe, or The Impostor (1983), Drowning by Numbers* (1988), B & B (1992), Run for Your Wife (2012)

Television: The Jensen Code (1973) / Omnibus: Kafka's Castle (1974) / A Little Bit of Wisdom (1975) / Late Expectations (1987) / Dramarama: Now You See Them (1988) / Ruth Rendell Mysteries: Put on by Cunning (1990) / Spatz: Charlie (1991) / Casualty: Joy Ride (1991) / Moon and Son: Nearly Dearly Departed (1992) / Between the Lines: Words of Advice (1992) / Terry and Julian: The Other Side of Julian (1992) / Framed (1992) / Degrees of Error [2 episodes as Mr. Pashley (1995)] / As Time Goes By [2 episodes as Derek (1996)] / Heartbeat: Lily of the Valley (2003) / Poirot: The Hollow (2004) / The Bill [2 episodes as Priest (2004)] / Midsomer Murders: Hidden Depths (2005)

Who: Before And After #378b
Name: Alan Mason (1931 - 2015)
Year(s): 1970
Stories: Doctor Who And The Silurians episode 6 Doctor Who And The Silurians episode 7
Character(s): Corporal Nutting

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: The Golden Spur [4 episodes as Humphrey (1959)] / The Case Before You (1959) / ITV Television Playhouse: Incident (1960) / Scotland Yard: Reasonable Doubt (1960) / BBC Sunday-Night Play: Six Men of Dorset (1962) / The Avengers: Death Dispatch* (1962) / ITV Play of the Week: I Can Walk Where I Like Can't I? (1964) / The Wednesday Play: The Trial and Torture of Sir John Rampayne (1965) / Wuthering Heights: The Last Revenge (1967) / Please Sir!: A Near Greek Tragedy (1968) / Strange Report: Report 7931 - Sniper - When Is Your Cousin Not? (1969)

After Who:
Films: This Office Life (1984)
Television: B.J. and the Bear: Never Give a Trucker an Even Break (1979) / Fame Is the Spur (1982) / Jane [2 episodes as Sentry (1982)] / The Invisible Man: The Hunting of the Invisible Man (1984) / Big Deal [4 episodes as Irish (1984)] / Screen Two: The Burston Rebellion (1985) / The Pickwick Papers [2 episodes as Dying prisoner (1985)] / Albion Market [2 episodes as Clive Nicholls (1985)] / The Chef's Apprentice: The Roman Apprentice (1989) / The Gambling Man (1995) / Inspector Morse: The Wench Is Dead (1998) / Casualty: Desperate Measures (2005)
Who: Before And After #378c
Name: Brendan Barry (1918 - 2011)
Year(s): 1970
Stories: Doctor Who And The Silurians episode 6
Character(s): Hospital Doctor

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: Comedy Matinee: See How They Run (1961) / The Valiant Varneys (1965) / Z Cars: According to Plan (1969) / W. Somerset Maugham: Mother Love (1969)

After Who:
Films: None
Television: Scott On...: History (1970) / Elizabeth R: The Lion's Cub* (1971) / Play for Today: Thank You Very Much (1971) / The Shadow of the Tower: The Man Who Never Was (1972) / BBC Play of the Month: Hedda Gabler (1972) / Cheri (1973) / Ballet Shoes (1975) / BBC2 Playhouse: The Button Man (1976) / Out of the Past: The King's Glaziers - A Blaze of Light (1978) / Disraeli: Portrait of a Romantic [2 episodes as Sir Stafford Northcote (1978)] / Brass (1984) / If...: If... We Could Stop the Violence (2004)
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The War Lord (Philip Madoc) and the War Chief (Edward Brayshaw) in The War Games (1969)

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