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Old 9th October 2022, 06:44 AM
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Who: Before And After #910
Name: Janet Henfrey [1935 - ]
Year(s): 1989 / 2014
Stories: The Curse of Fenric part 1 – The Curse Of Fenric part 2 / Mummy On The Orient Express
Character(s): Miss Hardaker / Mrs Pitt
Note(s):
  • Had previously been considered for the role of Queen Katryca in the 1986 story 'The Trial Of A Time Lord: The Mysterious Planet'
  • Appeared in the 2019 Reeltime Pictures Direct-to-DVD release 'Sil and the Devil Seeds of Arodor'
Appeared in a number of Big Finish Productions Audio adventures:
  • In the 'Doctor Who Main Range' story 'An Eye For Murder'
  • In the 'Fourth Doctor Adventures' story 'The Day of the Comet'
  • In the 'Jago & Litefoot' story 'The Spirit Trap'
  • In the 'Paternoster Gang' story 'The Screaming Ceiling'
  • In the 'Counter-Measures' stories 'The Concrete Cage' / 'The Forgotten Village'
  • In the 'Diary of River Song' story 'Abbey of Heretics'


Before Who:
Films: The Dream Maker (1963), The Tamarind Seed (1974), Reds (1981), Mark Gertler: Fragments of a Biography (1981), Fanny Hill (1983), The Weather in the Streets (1983), Honour, Profit & Pleasure (1985), She'll Be Wearing Pink Pyjamas (1985), Lady Jane (1986), Foreign Body (1986), Wild Things (1988), The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover* (1989)


Television: Comedy Matinee: Thark (1961) / Martin Chuzzlewit [2 episodes, different characters (1964)] / Silas Marner [2 episodes as Miss Gunn (1964)] / A Tale of Two Cities [2 episodes as Mrs. Cruncher (1965)] / The Wednesday Play: Stand Up, Nigel Barton (1965) / The Jazz Age: Black Exchange (1968) / Wessex Tales: Barbara of the House of Grebe (1973) / Churchill's People: Silver Giant, Wooden Dwarf (1975) / Great Expectations (1981) / Jury: Julian (1983) / Reilly - Ace of Spies; Shutdown (1983) / The Jewel in the Crown: Crossing the River (1984) / Chocky (1984) / Oliver Twist [3 episodes as Martha (1985)] / Alice in Wonderland [2 episodes as the Queen of Hearts (1986)] / Henry's Leg (1986) / The Singing Detective [5 episodes as the Schoolteacher (1986)] / Boon: A Fistful of Pesetas (1987) / Mr. Majeika: He Came from Walpurgis (1988) / Simon and the Witch [6 episodes as Tombola (1987-1988)] / A Fine Romance: A Horse Is a Horse, of Course, of Course (1989) / Young Charlie Chaplin (1989) / Capstick's Law (1989)

After Who:
Films: The Fool (1990), Bernard and the Genie (1991), Inmates (1992), Dragonworld (1994), A Pin for the Butterfly (1994), The Treasure Seekers (1996), The Moonstone (1996), Mrs Dalloway (1997), Swept from the Sea (1997), The Man Who Knew Too Little (1997), Les Mis้rables (1998), Ever After: A Cinderella Story (1998), Jilting Joe (1998), An Ideal Husband (1999), Doomwatch: Winter Angel (1999), The Nine Lives of Tomas Katz (2000), Blow Dry (2001), Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (2003), The Omen* [as Mrs. Horton] (2006), Season of Mists (2009), National Theatre Live: All's Well That Ends Well (2009), Fairytale of London Town (2010), Metamorphosis (2012), Mr. Turner (2014), London Road (2015), Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2016), Bridget Jones's Baby (2016), Cruella (2021), Persuasion (2022)


Television: The Inspector Alleyn Mysteries: Artists in Crime (1990) / The Upper Hand; Common Entrance (1991) / Jeeves and Wooster: Wooster with a Wife (or, Jeeves the Matchmaker) (1991) / Casualty; Making the Break (1991) / Moon and Son: The Horns of Capricorn (1992) / Screen Two: The Count of Solar (1992) / Crime Story: Deadly Obsession (1992) / One Foot in the Grave: Hearts of Darkness* (1993) / As Time Goes By [16 episodes as Mrs. Bale (1993-2005)] / Just a Gigolo (1993) / Lovejoy: The Price of Fish (1993) / Downwardly Mobile: Grapefruit and Roses (1994) / Mike & Angelo: Mrs Shoutfire (1995) / The Famous Five; Five Get into Trouble (1995) / Delta Wave: The Light Fantastic (1996) / No Bananas [6 episodes as Miss Cardew (1996)] / The Prince and the Pauper [3 episodes as Goody Watson (1996)] / Cone Zone: High Flyer (1997) / Scene: Skinny Marink (1997) / The Worst Witch [2 episodes as Miss Hecate Broomhead (1999-2000)] / Attila (2001) / Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased); Whatever Possessed You? (2001) / I Was a Rat [3 episodes as Mrs. Cribbins (2001)] / My Uncle Silas [2 episodes as Aunt Tibby (2001-2003)] / Tipping the Velvet [2 episodes as Mrs. Jex (2002)] / The Basil Brush Show: Basil's Christmas Turkey (2004) / Quick Cuts (2013) / Marple: Endless Night (2013) / Father Brown: The Daughters of Jerusalem (2014) / Doctors: Dickens of a Day (2014) / Toast of London: The Moose Trap (2014) / Wolf Hall [2 episodesas Lady Margaret Pole (2015)] / The Crown; Vergangenheit [as Vita Sackville-West ](2017) / Nutritiously Nicola [2 episodes as the Therapist (2018)] / The New Pope [2 episodes as Lady Brannox (2019-2020)]

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Old 9th October 2022, 11:08 AM
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Rose (Billie Piper) and the Doctor (David Tennant) behind the scenes on The idiots Lantern (2006)

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Old 9th October 2022, 12:29 PM
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Rose (Billie Piper) and the Doctor (David Tennant) behind the scenes on The idiots Lantern (2006)

I love Billie's outfit in this story

I see this look, and I think I was born a couple of decades too late
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Old 10th October 2022, 07:03 AM
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Who: Before And After #911
Name: Anne Reid [1935 - ]
Year(s): 1989 / 2007
Stories: The Curse of Fenric part 1 – The Curse Of Fenric part 4 / Smith And Jones
Character(s): Nurse Crane / Florence Finnegan

Note(s): Read the short story 'The Twins in the Wood' for the 2015 anthology Time Lord Fairy Tales.

Before Who:
Films: Room 43 (1958), Heydays Hotel (1976)
Television: The Benny Hill Show (1957) / The Machine Breakers [3 episodes as Mary (1957)] / Hancock's Half Hour [4 episodes, different characters (1957-1959)] / ITV Play of the Week: The Rossiters (1958) / Time Is the Enemy [7 episodes as Patience Mee (1958)] / The Adventures of Robin Hood [4 episodes, different characters (1958)] / Murder Bag; Lockhart Watches the Clock (1958) / Crime Sheet; Lockhart Sees a Chemist (1959) / Coronation Street* [405 episodes as Valerie Tatlock / Valerie Barlow (1961-1971)] / Television Club; The Wade Family - The Hospital (1962) / Play for Today: Edward G - Like the Filmstar (1973) / Six Days of Justice; The Complaint (1973) / Nightingale's Boys; Spivvy (1975) / Red Letter Day; Matchfit (1976) / Fathers and Families; Left for Dead (1977) / ITV Playhouse; One of the Boys (1978) / Strangers: Right and Wrong (1978) / Crown Court; A Man with Everything (1978) / Leave It to Charlie: Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (1979) / The Mallens [4 episodes as Mathilda Bensham (1979-1980)] / My Father's House [3 episodes as Aunt Kitty (1981)] / Love and Marriage; Lucifer (1984) / The Practice [4 episodes as Sylvia Rush (1985)] / Masterpiece Theatre: Bleak House (1985) / Shine on Harvey Moon; All or Nothing at All (1985) / Screen Two; Inappropriate Behaviour (1987) / Boon; Beef Encounter (1988)


After Who:
Films: An Ungentlemanly Act (1992), Micky Love (1993), Where the Buffalo Roam (1994), The Infiltrator (1995), Love and Death on Long Island (1997), Lost for Words (1999), Liam (2000), Sweet Charity (2002), The Mother* (2003), The Booze Cruise (2003), Love Actually (2003), The Young Visiters (2003), A Little Trip to Heaven (2005), The Booze Cruise II: The Treasure Hunt (2005), The True Voice of Murder (2006), The Booze Cruise III: The Scattering (2006), Hot Fuzz* (2007), The Bad Mother's Handbook (2007), Hit for Six (2007), Savage Grace (2007), Affinity (2008), Faintheart (2008), In Love with Barbara [as Barbara Cartland] (2008), Cemetery Junction (2010), Foster (2011), Unfinished Song (2012), Believe (2013), The Last Witch (2013), Kaleidoscope (2016), Retaliation (2017), The Snowman (2017), A Woman of No Importance (2018), The Aeronauts 2019), The Nest (2020), SAS: Red Notice (2021)


Television: 4 Play: Dawn and the Candidate (1989) / Victoria Wood [2 episodes, different characters (1989)] / About Face; Mrs Worthington's Daughter (1989) / Made in Heaven; The Big Match (1990) / Josie Smith [2 episodes as Miss Potts (1991)] / The Upper Hand; The Anniversary (1991) / Very Big Very Soon; The Taxman (1991) / Rich Tea and Sympathy [6 episodes as Sally (1991)] / Casualty; Will You Still Love Me? (1992) / Crime Story: Gone Too Far - The Mystery of Mrs. Muriel McKay (1992) / Firm Friends [6 episodes as Wendy Holmes (1992-1994)] / Ruth Rendell Mysteries; Kissing the Gunner's Daughter (1992) / Peak Practice [12 episodes as Rita Barrat (1993-1999)] / The Bill; Pride and Joy (1993) / Heartbeat [2 episodes, different characters (1993-1997)] / Screen One: Pat and Margaret (1994) / Seaforth [3 episodes as Aunt Enid (1994)] / Roughnecks [3 episodes as Renie (1995)] / Wallace And Grommit: A Close Shave [as the voice of Wendolene] (1995) / Hetty Wainthropp Investigates; A High Profile (1996) / Sometime, Never; Getting Results (1996) / Paul Merton in Galton and Simpson's... [3 episodes, different characters (1996-1997)] / The Wingless Bird [3 episodes as Alice Conway (1997)] / Next of Kin; Neighbours (1997) / Spark [6 episodes as Mrs. Rudge (1997)] / Dinnerladies [15 episodes as Jean (1998-2000)] / Playing the Field [6 episodes as Mrs Gill (1998-1999)] / Hearts and Bones [2 episodes as Annie Rose (2001)] / Linda Green: Rest in Peace (2001) / Dalziel and Pascoe [2 episodes as Harriet Clifford (2001-2002)] / Midsomer Murders: A Tale of Two Hamlets (2003) / Life Begins [16 episodes as Brenda Thornhill (2004-2006)] / Rose and Maloney: Daniel Berrington (2004) / Bleak House [9 episodes as Mrs. Rouncewell (2005)] / Jane Eyre (2006) / Miss Marple: Nemesis* (2007) / Shameless: Absent Parents (2008) / Ladies of Letters [20 episodes as Vera Small (2009-2010)] / Five Days [5 episodes as Jen Mason (2010)] / New Tricks: It Smells of Books (2010) / Moving On: I am Darleen Fyles (2010) / Upstairs Downstairs [9 episodes as Mrs. Clarice Thackeray (2010-2012)] / Grandpa in My Pocket; Boom a Boom Whoop Zing Zoo! (2011) / Marchlands [4 episodes as Ruth Bowen (2011) / Doc Martin: Cats and Sharks (2011) / The Jury [5 episodes as June Brierley (2011)] / Last Tango in Halifax [24 episodes as Celia (2012-2020)] / Prisoners Wives [4 episodes as Margaret (2013)] / Poirot; Curtain - Poirot's Last Case (2013) / Inside No. 9; Sardines (2014) / Our Zoo [6 episodes as Lucy Mottershead (2014)] / Electric Dreams; The Commuter (2017) / Hold the Sunset [12 episodes as Queenie (2018-2019)] / Claude; A Good Night's Sleep (2018) / Years and Years [6 episodes as Muriel Deacon (2019)] / Sanditon [14 episodes as Lady Denham (2019-2022)]

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Old 10th October 2022, 08:10 AM
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Saw The Abominable Snowmen over the weekend. Rather dull. To be honest, I've kinda gone off the animations. I loved the Power SE, Shada (though I've always loved Shada and the cartoony style suited that story) and Fury, but have really struggled with most of the rest. It could be the fault of the stories themselves, but I have a similar issue with the animated eps of The Ice Warriors, which I otherwise really enjoy. But the animations - which are very similar to the prevaling style of the last few years, as opposed to something like The Moonbase - completely lack the atmosphere of the live-action eps, which I can't help but think is also the case here. I mean, I've always liked the extant eps of Evil, Faceless and Snowmen but the animations just don't capture the feel. I'm not entirely sad they're done for the moment, to be honest, and if they come back I feel they need to be a lot better...
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Saw The Abominable Snowmen over the weekend. Rather dull. To be honest, I've kinda gone off the animations. I loved the Power SE, Shada (though I've always loved Shada and the cartoony style suited that story) and Fury, but have really struggled with most of the rest. It could be the fault of the stories themselves, but I have a similar issue with the animated eps of The Ice Warriors, which I otherwise really enjoy. But the animations - which are very similar to the prevaling style of the last few years, as opposed to something like The Moonbase - completely lack the atmosphere of the live-action eps, which I can't help but think is also the case here. I mean, I've always liked the extant eps of Evil, Faceless and Snowmen but the animations just don't capture the feel. I'm not entirely sad they're done for the moment, to be honest, and if they come back I feel they need to be a lot better...
Do you watch them on colour or black and white? I do find black and white creates more of an atmosphere.
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I've tried both. I dunno, the current style is just not working for me.
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The official trailer for 'The Power Of The Doctor'

Why does she always have a stupid , constipated look on her face?
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Old 11th October 2022, 06:28 AM
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Who: Before And After #912a
Name: Joann Kenny [1972 - 2010]
Year(s): 1989
Stories: The Curse of Fenric part 1 – The Curse Of Fenric part 4
Character(s): Jean

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: Grange Hill [38 episodes as Jane Bishop (1985-1988)] / The Bill; Bad Company (1989)
Music Video: Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark (1983): Genetic Engineering [as the girl]

After Who:
Films: None
Television: None

Who: Before And After #912b
Name: Joanne Bell [? - ]
Year(s): 1989
Stories: The Curse of Fenric part 1 – The Curse Of Fenric part 4
Character(s): Phyllis

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: Play for Today: A Mother Like Him (1982) / The Professionals: You'll Be All Right (1982) / Grange Hill [24 episodes as Sarah Wilks (1983-1985)] / Dramarama [2 episodes, different characters (1984-1987)] / EastEnders (1987) / Bergerac: Natural Enemies (1989)

After Who:
Films: None
Television: None

Who: Before And After #912c
Name: Cory Pulman [1963 - ]
Year(s): 1989
Stories: The Curse of Fenric part 1 – The Curse Of Fenric part 4
Character(s): Kathleen Dudman

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: Coronation Street [7 episodes as Mandy Whitworth (1984)] / Fresh Fields; Tipping the Scales (1985) / Hot Metal: The Slaughter of the Innocent (1986) / Robin Hood: The Pretender (1986) / Dempsey and Makepeace: Mantrap (1986) / A Small Problem [6 episodes as Jenny (1987)] / The Bill [2 episodes, different characters (1987-1994)] / American Playhouse; Suspicion (1987) / Boon: Charity Begins at Home (1988)

After Who:
Films: None
Television: Surgical Spirit: The Copeland Affair (1990) / Midsomer Murders: The Killings at Badger's Drift* (1997)


Who: Before And After #912d
Name: Aaron Hanley [1989 - ]
Year(s): 1989
Stories: The Curse of Fenric part 1 – The Curse Of Fenric part 4
Character(s): Audrey Dudman

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: None

After Who:
Films: None
Television: None

Who: Before And After #912e
Name: Raymond Trickett [1962 - ]
Year(s): 1989
Stories: The Curse Of Fenric part 4
Character(s): Ingiger - The Ancient Haemovore
Note(s):

Before Who:
Films: Somewhere to Run (1989)
Television: Life Without George (1988) / Les Girls; Flowers (1988) / EastEnders [16 episodes as Officer Crane (1988-1989)] / French Fields: A Moving Experience (1989)

After Who:
Films: Blue Ice (1992), Kiss of a Stranger (1998), The Barcelona Erotic Film Festival (1999), Murder in Greenwich (2002), The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002), Memories of Tomorrow (2005), King Kong (2005), Children of Men (2006), The Bank Job (2008), Axeman (2013), Vampie (2014), Like Sunday, Like Rain (2014), Dead Bullet (2016), Shadows of the Dead (2016), Silence (2018), Axeman at Cutters Creek (2020)
Television: About Face: Bag Lady (1989) / The Bill [6 episodes, different characters (1989-2008)] / Medics: Annie (1990) / Poirot: The Mystery of Hunter's Lodge (1991) / The Darling Buds of May: Oh! To Be in England (1992) / Covington Cross: Armus Returns (1992) / May to December [4 episodes as Derek (1992-1993)] / Between the Lines; Shoot to Kill (1994) / Casualty: For Your Own Good (1996) / The New Adventures of Robin Hood: Ringside Murder (1997) / Birds of a Feather; Reservoir Birds (1997) / Supply & Demand Golden Goose (1998) / The Ruth Rendell Mysteries: Harm Done (2000) / Messiah [2 episodes as D.C. Nixon (2001)] / Mercy Peak: The Day That the Rain Came Down (2003) / Power Rangers S.P.D.; Messenger: [as the voice of Shorty (2005)] / The Insiders Guide to Love: Fallen in Love Lately? (2006) / Doves of War (2006) / Hours of Operation; Pilot (2011) / The Russian Spy [7 episodes as Silas Chalk (2012)]
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