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Old 17th December 2021, 05:13 AM
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Who: Before And After #617a
Name: Robert Keegan [1924 - 1988]
Year(s): 1978
Stories: The Ribos Operation part 1 – The Ribos Operation part 4
Character(s): Sholokh

Before Who:
Films: Jack's Horrible Luck (1961), Julius Caesar (1970), All the Right Noises (1970), Straw Dogs* (1971), Endless Night* (1972), The Heavy Mob (1977)

Television: Comedy Matinee: Queen Elizabeth Slept Here (1961) / Z Cars* [109 episodes as Sgt. Bob Blackitt (1962-1965)] / Softly Softly [42 episodes as Bob Blackitt (1966-1967)] / ITV Play of the Week: Death by Misadventure (1967) / Harry Worth: Match of the Day (1968) / The First Lady [38 episodes as Will Tarrant (1968-1969)] / For the Love of Ada: The Journey (1971) / Under and Over [5 episodes as Lord Brentwood (1971)] / Justice: No Flowers, by Request (1971) / Fly Into Danger (1972), The Main Chance: Love's Old Sweet Song (1972) / ITV Sunday Night Theatre: Sharing the Honours (1972) / Country Matters: The Mill (1972) / Coronation Street [5 episodes as Jacko Ford (1972)] / Thirty Minutes Worth (1972) / Lizzie Dripping: Lizzie Dripping and the Leek Nobblers (1973) / Special Branch: Assault (1973) / The Gordon Peters Show: The Generation Gap (1973) / Beryl's Lot [31 episodes as Horace Harris (1973-1977)] / Son of the Bride: A Hostile Engagement (1973) / Hunter's Walk: All Too Tidy (1973) / Fall of Eagles: Dearest Nicky (1974) / Churchill's People: America! America! (1975) / Till Death Us Do Part: Drunk in Charge of a Bicycle (1975) / Rocky O'Rourke [4 episodes as Davey Oliver (1976)] / Little Bit of Wisdom [7 episodes as Albert Clark (1976)] / Dangerous Knowledge [5 episodes as Dr. Vincent (1976)] / Sykes [3 episodes as a Policeman (1972-1976)] / Oh No, It's Selwyn Froggitt [21 episodes as Maurice Froggitt (1976-1977)] / The Children of the New Forest [4 episodes as Oswald Partridge (1977)]

After Who:
Films: The Return of the Soldier (1982), Turtle Diary (1985), Business as Usual (1987)
Television: We, the Accused (1980) / Juliet Bravo: Arlene (1981) / Airline: Too Many Promises (1982) / AKind of Loving [9 episodes as Mr. Brown (1982)] / The Agatha Christie Hour: The Red Signal (1982) / The Hard Word [2 episodes as John Clough (1983)] / Crown Court: Told in Silence (1983)] / One Summer (1983) / Emmerdale Farm [2 episodes as Charlie Grimthorpe (1984)] / Brookside (1985) / The Brothers McGregor (1985) / The Winning Streak: No Mistakes (1985)

Who: Before And After #617b
Name: John Hamill [1947 - ]
Year(s): 1978
Stories: The Ribos Operation part 1 – The Ribos Operation part 2
Character(s): Shrieve

Before Who:
Films: A Dandy in Aspic (1968), Every Home Should Have One (1970), Trog (1970), No Blade of Grass (1970), The Beast in the Cellar* (1971), Tower of Evil (1972), Travels with My Aunt (1972), The National Health (1973), Just One More Time (1974), Doing the Best I Can (1974), Under the Bed (1977), Fiona (1977)

Television: Crossroads [100 episodes as Dave Cartwright (1966-1973)] / Seeing and Doing: Baldur the Beautiful (1969) / Softly Softly - Task Force: Ground Level (1971) / Paul Temple: Paper Chase (1971) / The Shadow of the Tower* [2 episodes as Thomas Stafford (1972)] / Jason King: Nadine (1972) / The Befrienders: Allenby and Son, Limited (1972) / The Venturers: The Cannibals (1975) / Space 1999: Force of Life* (1975) / Play for Today: Double Dare (1976) / The Expert: Inheritance (1976) / 1990; When Did You Last See Your Father? (1977) / The Professionals: Long Shot (1978)

After Who:
Films: Black Sun (1978)
Television: The Bill: The Visit (1989)
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Old 17th December 2021, 11:04 AM
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A publicity photo of seventh Doctor Sylvester McCoy on the set of Delta and the Bannermen (1987)

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A publicity image featuring Clara (Jenna Coleman) with Matt Smith's Doctor in the snow globe for The Snowmen (2012)

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A David Tennant £10.00 'Doctor Who' bank note


As far as I am aware, this is part of a permanent collection on display in the Money Gallery at the British Museum in London

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Those notes were from The Runaway Bride. The Doctor creates a diversion by sending notes flying out of a cash machine.

Apologies if anyone watched the video and it said what episode it was from. I didn't. Can't think of anything more boring than discussing a fake ten pound note.
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Those notes were from The Runaway Bride. The Doctor creates a diversion by sending notes flying out of a cash machine.

Apologies if anyone watched the video and it said what episode it was from. I didn't. Can't think of anything more boring than discussing a fake ten pound note.
It's actually a very entertaining little video, done by someone who works at the museum who seems to have a lot of love for the programme
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Coming to a B&M near you (If you're lucky) in mid January.

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Who: Before And After #618
Name: Oliver Maguire [? - 2012]
Year(s): 1978
Stories: The Ribos Operation part 1 – The Ribos Operation part 4
Character(s): Shrieve

Before Who:
Films: The Visitation (1971), A War of Children (1972), Butley (1974), Hennessy (1975), Nasty Habits (1977), The Haunting of Julia (1977)
Television: Thirty-Minute Theatre: The Sugar Cubes (1966) / The Troubleshooters: Troubled Waters (1966) / ITV Playhouse: Boatman Do Not Tarry (1968) / Island of the Great Yellow Ox [3 episodes as The Storyteller (1971)] / Paul Temple: Paper Chase (1971) / Doctor at Large: It's the Rich Wot Gets the Pleasure (1971) / The Fenn Street Gang: Horses for Courses* (1971) / Six Days of Justice: A Little Local Knowledge (1973) / Armchair Theatre: According to the Rules (1974) / The Father Brown Mysteries: The Actor and the Alibi (1974) / Churchill's People: The Coming of the Cross (1975) / BBC2 Playhouse: Diane (1975) / The Nearly Man: Millie - May 1975 (1975) / Oil Strike North: The Fatal Hours (1975) / Ghost Stories For Christmas: The Ash Tree (1975) / Doctor on the Go: Happy Ever After (1977) / The Sunday Drama: A Good Human Story (1977) / The XYY Man [6 episodes as Don Stevens (1977)]

After Who:
Films: The Thirty Nine Steps (1978), Star Wars Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back* (1980), Educating Rita (1983), Fire at Magilligan (1984), Children in the Crossfire (1984), We'll Support You Evermore (1985), The End of the World Man (1986), The Ted Kennedy Jr. Story (1986), The Rockingham Shoot (1987), Dick Francis: Twice Shy (1989), Hidden Agenda (1990), Shoot to Kill (1990), The Love She Sought (1990), The Lilac Bus (1990), In the Name of the Father (1993), Widows' Peak (1994), The Old Curiosity Shop (1995), Nothing Personal (1995), Kidnapped (1995), Some Mother's Son (1996), Snakes and Ladders (1997), The Last of the High Kings (1996), Bogwoman (1997), The Boxer (1997), Resurrection Man (1998), Falling for a Dancer (1998), Her Own Rules (1998), Vicious Circle (1999), Double Carpet (1999), Love & Rage (1999), Angela's Ashes (1999), Making Ends Meet (1999), Bloody Sunday (2002), Omagh (2004)

Television: Bless Me Father: The Bell of St Jude's (1978) / The Tomorrow People: War of the Empires - All in the Mind (1979) / The Lively Arts: Henrik Ibsen (1979) / Angels [2 episodes as Mr. Merril (1979)] / Bognor: Just Desserts (1982) / Play for Today: The Cry (1984) / The Price [2 episodes as McLaughlin (1985)] / Cover Her Face [2 episode as DS Dick Daniel (1985)] / The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes; The Greek Interpreter (1985) / Ties of Blood: Attachments (1985) / Inside: Withdrawal (1985) / Echoes (1988) / Final Run (1988) / Act of Betrayal [2 episodes as the IRA Chief (1988)] / God's Frontiersmen: From Rebellion to Loyalism (1989) / Fair City (1989) / The Hanging Gale [2 episodes as Mr. Denny (1995)] / The Governor (1995) / Ballykissangel: Live in My Heart and Pay No Rent (1996) / The Ambassador: Unholy Alliance (1999) / Bachelors Walk [4 episodes as Russell Grant (2002-2003)] / Proof (2004) / Pure Mule: Therese (2005)
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Who: Before And After #619
Name: Timothy Bateson [1926 - 2009]
Year(s): 1978
Stories: The Ribos Operation part 3 – The Ribos Operation part 4
Character(s): Binro
Note: Was later considered to play the part of Organon in the 1979 story 'The Creature from the Pit'

Before Who:
Films: The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (1947), Vice Versa (1948), The Outsider (1948), The History of Mr. Polly (1949), White Corridors (1951), A Time to Be Born (1953), Court Martial (1954), Marie Tussaud (1954), Simon's Treasure (1955), Cause for Alarm (1955), Richard III (1955), Tread Softly Stranger (1958), Yesterday's Enemy (1959), The Mouse That Roared (1959), Our Man in Havana (1959), Devil's Bait (1959), The Shakedown (1960), Bad Business (1960), The Big Day (1960), There Was a Crooked Man (1960), Seven Keys (1961), The Unstoppable Man (1961), What A Carve Up!* (1961), Operation Fiddle (1961), The Day the Earth Caught Fire (1961), The Golden Rabbit (1962), Ring-A-Ding Rhythm! (1962), Crooks Anonymous (1962), The Girl on the Boat (1962), Jigsaw (1962), Doctor in Distress (1963), Seventy Deadly Pills (1964), Father Came Too! (1964), Nightmare (1964), The Evil of Frankenstein* (1964), The Knack... and How to Get It (1965), The Wrong Box (1966), After the Fox (1966), Torture Garden (1967), Danger Route (1967), The Anniversary (1968), Twisted Nerve (1968), The Siegfried Idyll (1969), The Italian Job (1969), Foreign Exchange (1970), Autobiography of a Princess (1975), Joseph Andrews (1977)

Television: The Rose and the Ring [2 episodes as HRH Prince Bulbo (1953)] / BBC Sunday-Night Theatre: Troilus and Cressida (1954) / The Adventures of Peter Simple [6 episodes as Peter Simple (1957)] / The Black Arrow [2 episodes as Lord Shoreby (1958)] / The Common Room: A Sort of Coward (1958) / Theatre Night: Brouhaha (1958) / World Theatre: Mother Courage and Her Children (1959) / Bleak House [8 episodes as William Guppy (1959)] / BBC Sunday-Night Play: Twentieth Century Theatre [3 episodes, different characters (1960)] / Barnaby Rudge [9 episodes as Simon Tappertit (1960)] / Doctor Knock (1961) / The Angry Gods [2 episodes as Autolycus (1961)] / ITV Television Playhouse: I Having Dreamt Awake (1961) / Three Live Wires [2 episodes as Mr. Bligh (1961)] / Dr. Finlay's Casebook [2 episodes, different characters (1962-1966)] / It Happened Like This: The Idol's Eye (1963) / The Saint: The Gentle Ladies (1963) / Sierra Nine: The Man Who Shook the World (1963) / Gideon C.I.D.: The Lady-Killer (1964) / Love Story: The Small Hours (1966) / No Hiding Place: Leo Did the Picking and It All Went Bad (1966) / Theatre 625; Conquest: The Encounter (1966) / The Government Inspector [3 episodes as Dobchinsky (1966)] / Out of the Unknown: Tunnel Under the World (1966) / The Wednesday Play: The Mayfly and the Frog (1966) / Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: The Lift (1967) / The Avengers: The Correct Way to Kill (1967) / The Newcomers [2 episodes as Jackson (1967)] / Champion House: The Personal Approach (1967) / Man in a Suitcase: Man from the Dead* (1967) / Contrasts [2 episodes as Alexander Pope (1967-1968)] / The Gamblers: The Man Beneath (1967) / Half Hour Story: Natural Justice (1968) / The Avengers: Have Guns - Will Haggle* (1968) / Z Cars: Tomorrow's Another Day (1968) / Detective: Cork on the Water (1968) / Ramshackle Road [4 episodes (1968)] / The Ugliest Girl in Town: One of Our Models Is Missing (1968) / The Expert: The Yellow Torrish (1969) / W. Somerset Maugham: The Creative Impulse (1969) / ITV Sunday Night Theatre: Every Day of the Life Man (1969) / Canterbury Tales [6 episodes as the Reeve (1969)] / Paul Temple: Letters from Robert (1970) / Parkin's Patch: Low Moon (1970) / Comedy Playhouse: Keep 'Em Rolling (1970) / Shine a Light [6 episodes as Sr. Lighthouseman Wally Trott (1970)] / Here Come the Double Deckers!: Up to Scratch (1970) / Doctor at Large: No Ill Feeling! (1971) / Kindly Leave the Kerb: The Magic Lantern (1971) / Please Sir!: Vive la révolution (1971) / The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes: The Affair of the Tortoise (1971) / The Shadow of the Tower: Do the Sheep Sin? (1972) / Both Ends Meet [7 episodes as George Rogers (1972)] / Barlow: Wheelbarrows (1973) / Thirty-Minute Theatre: Kamikaze in a Coffee Bath (1973) / The Bellcrest Story [6 episodes as Charles Spence (1973)] / David Copperfield [5 episodes as Mr. Dick (1974-1975)] / The Good Life: The Wind-Break War (1976) / Within These Walls: Islands in the Heartline (1976) / The Duchess of Duke Street: Where There's a Will (1977) / Last of the Summer Wine: The Bandit from Stoke-On-Trent (1978) / BBC2 Play of the Week: Flayed (1978) / Going Straight: Going Home (1978)

After Who:
Films: A Hitch in Time (1978), Donkeys' Years (1980), Treasures of the Snow (1980), Tanglewoods' Secret (1980), Loophole (1981), The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1982), Nye (1982), High Road to China (1983), The Tale of Beatrix Potter (1983), A Christmas Carol (1984), The Cantor of St Thomas's (1984), Labyrinth [Voice only (1986)], Foreign Body (1986), A Handful of Dust (1988), Bye Bye Columbus (1991), Heart of Darkness (1993), Annie: A Royal Adventure! (1995), True Blue (1996), For My Baby (1997), Les Misérables (1998), The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc* (1999), The Criminal (1999), The Clandestine Marriage (1999), Don Quixote (2000), The Discovery of Heaven (2001), All or Nothing (2002), Fakers (2004), Ladies in Lavender (2004), The Commander: Blackdog (2005), Oliver Twist (2005), Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont (2005), Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix* [Voice only] (2007)

Television: All Creatures Great and Small: A Dog's Life (1978) / The BBC Television Shakespeare: As You Like It (1978) / Pinocchio (1978) / The Famous Five* [4 episodes as Professor Hayling (1978-1979)] / Rings on Their Fingers: Job Lot (1979) / Diary of a Nobody [5 episodes as Cummings (1979)] / Therese Raquin [3 episodes as Grivet (1980)] / ITV Playhouse: The Gate of Eden (1980) / The Square Leopard (1980) / In Loving Memory: The Fall of the House of Unsworth (1980) / Grange Hill [15 episodes as Mr. Thomson (1980-1982)] / Thicker Than Water (1981) / Chintz (1981) / Great Expectations (1981) / Terry and June: In Sickness and in Health (1981) / Q.E.D.: The Limehouse Connection (1982) / BBC Play of the Month: The Critic (1982) / Don't Wait Up [3 episodes as Mr. Burton (1983-1986)] / Minder: Sorry Pal, Wrong Number (1984) / Night Beat News (1984) / Bird of Prey 2 [3 episodes as Mr. Jorry (1984)] / Ever Decreasing Circles [2 episodes as Laurence (1984)] / Dramarama: Frog (1985) / Screen Two: East of Ipswich (1987) / A Dorothy L. Sayers Mystery: Strong Poison (1987) / Hi-de-Hi!: Tell It to the Marines (1987) / Chelmsford 123: Peeled Grapes and Pedicures (1988) / Morris Minor's Marvellous Motors [3 episodes as Crawford (1989)] / The Bill [5 episodes, different characters (1989-2000)] / Tugs [12 episodes, various voices (1989)] / Never Come Back [2 episodes as Poole (1990)] / Zorro [5 episodes as Padre Benites (1990-1993)] / Living with Technology - A Foundation Course - Patterns in the Dust (1991) / 2point4 Children: Bedtime for Bonzo (1992) / Bonjour la Classe [6 episodes as Leonard Wigley (1993)] / Health and Efficiency: The Canvas (1994) / Hard Times (1994) / Shakespeare - The Animated Tales: The Winter's Tale (1994) / As Time Goes By: Wedding Preparations (1995) / Joseph (1995) / Paul Merton's Life of Comedy [6 episodes as Grandad (1995)] / Casualty: That Way Lies Ruin (1996) / The Sculptress [2 episodes as Albert Hayes (1996)] / Neverwhere [2 episodes as Halvard (1996)] / Keeping Mum: The Funeral (1997) / Merlin [2 episodes as Father Abbot (1998)] / Midsomer Murders [3 episodes as James Jocelyne (1998-2005)] / Polterguests: Lumbered in Limbo (1999) / The 10th Kingdom* [2 episodes as the Tooth Fairy (2000)] / Doctors: Second Fiddle (2000) / Relic Hunter: The Executioner's Mask (2001) / Beech Is Back [2 episodes as Tommy Goldman (2001)] / My Family: 'Tis Pity She's a Whore (2001) / Heartbeat [2 episodes, different characters (2001-2005)] / Barbara: Crime (2002) / Caesar (2004) / My Hero: Here's One I Made Earlier (2006)

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