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Old 28th November 2022, 12:11 PM
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The Doctor (Peter Capaldi) as seen in In The Forest of the Night (2014)

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Old 28th November 2022, 01:55 PM
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Doctor Who / Big Finish / The War Doctor on BBC Radio 4 Extra

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Old 29th November 2022, 07:53 AM
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Who: Before And After #961a / Nu-Who #30
Name: Christine Adams [1974 - ]
Year(s): 2005
Stories: The Long Game
Character(s): Cathica Santini Khadeni

Before Who:
Films: The World Is Not Enough (1999), Where There's Smoke (2000), (Past Present Future) Imperfect (2004), Submerged (2005)
Television: EastEnders (2001) / It's a Girl Thing (2001) / In Deep: Abuse of Trust (2002) / NCS Manhunt: Out of Time (2002) / Doctors: Tick Tock (2002) / My Family: One Flew Out of the Cuckoo's Nest (2002) / Casualty [2 episodes, different characters (2002-2006)] / Murder in Mind: Contract (2003) / Fortysomething (2003) / Stargate SG-1: Birthright (2003) / NY-LON [6 episodes as Katherine Williams Osgood (2004)]

After Who:
Films: Batman Begins* (2005), Eye of the Dolphin (2006), Green Flash (2008), To Love and Die (2008), Beneath the Blue (2010), TRON: Legacy* (2010), The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011), Americana (2012), Bad Blood (2015), Profile (2018), Spare Room (2018), The Unholy (2021), Moonshot (2022)


Television: Love Soup; Take Five (2005) / Hustle: The Henderson Challenge (2006) / Home Again [6 episodes as Kym (2006)] / Dream Team [2 episodes as Michelle Campbell (2007)] / Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip: The Disaster Show (2007) / Journeyman: The Hanged Man (2007) / Pushing Daisies [3 episodes as Simone Hundin (2007-2009)] / Lie to Me: Do No Harm (2009) / Heroes: Chapter Four 'Hysterical Blindness' (2009) / CSI - Miami; Show Stopper (2010) / The Whole Truth [10 episodes as Lena Boudreaux (2010-2011)] / Nip/Tuck; Sheila Carlton (2010) / Terra Nova* [13 episodes as Mira (2011)] / Legends [2 episodes as Hani Jibril (2014)] / The Mentalist [3 episodes as Lena Abbott (2014-2015)] / Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.* [9 episodes as Agent Weaver (2014-2015)] / Castle: PhDead (2015) / Real Husbands of Hollywood: Claire and Present Danger (2016) / Feed the Beast [10 episodes as Rie Moran (2016)] / Pure Genius; A Bunker Hill Christmas (2016) / Black Lightning [58 episodes as Dr. Lynn Stewart (2021)] / Counterpart [3 episodes as Cara (2018)] / Love, Death & Robots; Sonnie's Edge [voice only] (2019) / Genius; Aretha - No One Sleeps (2021) / Castlevania [10 episodes as the voice of The Alchemist (2021)] / Just Beyond: The Treehouse (2021) / Ordinary Joe [6 episodes as Regina Diaz (2021-2022)]


Who: Before And After #961b / Nu-Who #30b
Name: Anna Maxwell-Martin [1977 - ]
Year(s): 2005
Stories: The Long Game
Character(s): Suki Macrae Cantrell
Note(s): Appeared in the Big Finish Productions 'Diary of River Song' stories 'The Unknown' / 'The Eye of the Storm'

Before Who:
Films: Enduring Love (2004)
Television: Everyday Maths: Play Now, Pay Later (1978) / Midsomer Murders; Murder on St. Malley's Day (2002) / North & South [3 episodes as Bessy Higgins (2004)]

After Who:
Films: The Wind in the Willows (2006), Becoming Jane (2007), I Really Hate My Job (2007), White Girl (2008), Poppy Shakespeare (2008), Freefall (2009), Moonshot (2009), On Expenses (2010), The Night Watch (2011), Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa (2013), Philomena* (2013), Fifty Years on Stage (2013), King Lear [as Regan] (2014), Birthday (2015), Chubby Funny (2016), Reg (2016), National Theatre Live: Consent (2017), Mother's Day (2018), The Personal History of David Copperfield (2019), The Kemps: All True [as Lorna Kemp] (2020), The Duke (2020), Say Your Prayers (2020)


Television: Bleak House [15 episodes as Esther Summerson (2005)] /Free Agents [3 episodes as Sophie (2009)] / South Riding [3 episodes as Sarah Burton (2011)] / Accused: Tina's Story (2012) / The Bletchley Circle [5 episodes as Susan (2012-2014)] / Death Comes to Pemberley [3 episodes as Elizabeth Darcy (2013)] / The Lost Honour of Christopher Jefferies [2 episodes as Janine (2014)] / The Life of Rock with Brian Pern [2 episodes as Jess Hunt (2014)] / And Then There Were None (2015) / Midwinter of the Spirit [3 episodes as Merrily Watkins (2015)] / The Frankenstein Chronicles [4 episodes as Mary Shelley (2015)] / Motherland [19 episodes as Julia (2016-2021)] / Urban Myths: Agatha Christie [as Agatha Christie] (2018) / Line of Duty [5 episodes as DCS Patricia Carmichael (2019-2021)] / Good Omens [3 episodes as Beelzebub (2019)] / Code 404 [18 episodes as Kelly Major (2020-2022)] / The Irregulars; Hieracium Snowdoniense (2021) / Hollington Drive [4 episodes as Theresa (2021)] / Mandy; SpaceMandy (2022)
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Old 29th November 2022, 11:19 AM
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Director Rachel Talalay is presented with a bouquet of flowers as filming wraps on the final episode of Steven Moffat's (Second left) tenure as executive producer of Doctor Who - Twice Upon a Time (2017).


Talalay wouldn't return to the show under next exec producer Chris Chibnall but as soon as he was out the door she was back filming the regeneration sequence for new Doctor David Tennant.
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Old 30th November 2022, 07:34 AM
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Who: Before And After #962 / Nu-Who #31
Name: Simon Pegg [1970 - ]
Year(s): 2005
Stories: The Long Game
Character(s): The Editor
Note(s):
  • Was originally going to play Pete Tyler in 'Father's Day', but wasn't free when it was being filmed, so he was offered the part of 'The Editor' instead
  • Appeared in the Big Finish Productions audio story 'Invaders from Mars'
  • Was the narrator for the first series of 'Doctor Who Confidential'

Before Who:
Films: Western Lights: Laugh Until You Die (1997), Tube Tales (1999), Guest House Paradiso (1999), The Parole Officer (2001), 24 Hour Party People (2002), The Reckoning (2002), Final Demand (2003), Sex & Lies (2004), Shaun of the Dead* (2004)


Television: Six Pairs of Pants [3 episodes, Various Characters (1995)] / Saturday Live [3 episodes, Various Characters (1996)] / Faith in the Future [15 episodes as Jools (1996-1998)] / Asylum [6 episodes as Simon (1996)] / We Know Where You Live [12 episodes, Various Characters (1997)] / I'm Alan Partridge: Watership Alan (1997) / Is It Bill Bailey? [6 episodes, Various Roles (1998)] / Big Train [12 episodes (1998-2002)] / Hippies [6 episodes as Ray Purbbs (1999)] / Spaced* [14 episodes as Tim Bisley (1999-2001)] / Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased); Paranoia (2000) / Brass Eye: Paedophilia (2001) / Band of Brothers* [2 episodes as William S. Evans (2001)] / Dr. Terrible's House of Horrible: Curse of the Blood of the Lizard of Doom (2001) / Linda Green: Dark Side of the Moon (2002) / Look Around You [2 episodes, different characters (2002-2005)] / Black Books: Manny Come Home (2004) / I Am Not an Animal [6 episodes, voice only (2004)]


After Who:
Films: The League of Gentlemen's Apocalypse (2005), Land of the Dead* [as a Photo Booth Zombie] (2005), Free Jimmy (2006), Mission: Impossible III (2006), Big Nothing (2006), The Good Night (2007), Hot Fuzz (2007), Grindhouse [as a Bearded Cannibal in the "Don't" segment] (2007), Run Fatboy Run (2007), Diary of the Dead [voice only] (2007), How to Lose Friends & Alienate People (2008), Star Trek* (2009), Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (voice only] (2009), Burke and Hare [as William Burke] (2010), The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader [as the voice of Reepicheep] (2010), Paul (2011), The Adventures of Tintin [as the voice of Thompson] (2011), Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol* (2011), A Fantastic Fear of Everything (2012), Ice Age: Continental Drift [voice only] (2012), Room on the Broom [as the Narrator] (2012), Star Trek Into Darkness (2013), The World's End (2013), Cuban Fury (2014), Hector and the Search for Happiness (2014), The Boxtrolls (2014), Kill Me Three Times (2014), Absolutely Anything (2015), Man Up (2015), Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation (2015), Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens* [as Unkar Plutt] (2015), Ice Age: Collision Course [voice only] (2016), Star Trek Beyond (2016), The Cloverfield Paradox [voice only] (2018), Ready Player One (2018), Terminal (2018), Mission: Impossible - Fallout (2018), Slaughterhouse Rulez (2018), Lost Transmissions (2019), Inheritance (2020), America: The Motion Picture [voice only] (2021), Luck [voice only] (2022)


Television: Robot Chicken [2 episodes, voice only (2009)] / CollegeHumor Originals: Simon Pegg and Nick Frost's Star Wars [as C3PO] (2011) /Star Wars: The Clone Wars; Bounty [voice only] (2012) / Mob City [2 episodes as Hecky Nash (2013)] / Phineas and Ferb [3 episodes, voice only (2014)] / Randy Cunningham - 9th Grade Ninja [2 episodes as the voice of Pitch Kickham (2015)] The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance [9 episodes as the voice of The Chamberlain (2019)] / The Boys [5 episodes as Hugh Campbell (2019-2022)] / Archer [2 episodes as the voice of Aleister (2020)] / Truth Seekers [7 episodes as Dave (2020)] / Staged; The Dirty Mochyns (2021) / The Undeclared War [6 episodes as Danny Patrick (2022)]
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Old 30th November 2022, 10:17 AM
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Peri (Nicola Bryant) is attacked by an unconvincing tree named Luke in Mark of the Rani (1985)

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Peri (Nicola Bryant) is attacked by an unconvincing tree named Luke in Mark of the Rani (1985)

It's probably a gurl thing, but I love her outfit in this story!
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Who: Before And After #963a / Nu-Who #22a
Name: Tasmin Greig [1966 - ]
Year(s): 2005
Stories: The Long Game
Character(s): The Nurse

Before Who:
Films: So This Is Romance? (1997), Miranda (2002), Pure (2002), Falling Apart (2002), Ready When You Are Mr. McGill (2003), Shaun of the Dead* (2004), When I'm Sixty-Four (2004)


Television: Blue Heaven (1994) / Neverwhere [3 episodes as Lamia (1996)] / Faith in the Future: Marks out of Ten (1996) / Wycliffe; Seen a Ghost (1997) / Blind Men [6 episodes as Valerie Marsden (1997-1998)] / The Great Egyptians: The Real Cleopatra [as Cleopatra] (1998) / People Like Us [2 episodes, different characters (1999-2001)] / Black Books* [18 episodes as Fran (2000-2004)] / High Stakes: Soulmates (2001) / Happiness [3 episodes as Emma (2001)] / World of Pub: Bookshop (2001) / Jonathan Creek: Angel Hair (2003) / Green Wing [18 episodes as Dr. Caroline Todd (2004-2006)] / Love Soup [18 episodes as Alice Chenery (2005-2008)]


After Who:
Films: The Secret Policeman's Ball: The Ball in the Hall (2006), Captain Eager and the Mark of Voth (2008), Cuckoo (2009), Tamara Drewe (2010), Arthur Christmas [voice only] (2011), Breaking the Bank (2014), The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (2015), Behold the Monkey [as the Narrator] (2016), National Theatre Live: Twelfth Night (2017), Diana and I (2017), To Provide All People (2018), Official Secrets (2019), Days of the Bagnold Summer (2019), The Tiger Who Came to Tea [as the voice of Mummy] (2019), Romeo & Juliet (2021), The Amazing Mr Blunden (2021)
Television: The Diary of Anne Frank [5 episodes as Edith Frank (2009)] / Emma [4 episodes as Miss Bates (2009)] / Going Postal [2 episodes as Miss Cripslock (2010)] / Episodes [41 episodes as Beverly Lincoln (2011-2017)] / Friday Night Dinner [37 episodes as Jackie Goodman (2011-2020)] / White Heat [6 episodes as Beth (2012)] / The Guilty [3 episodes as DCI Maggie Brand (2013)] / Inside No. 9; Last Gasp (2014) / Supreme Tweeter; #WakingTheDragon (2015) / Hitler of the Andes [2 episodes as the Narrator (2015)] / Horizon: The Mystery of Dark Energy (2016) / Revolting Rhymes (2016) / Elementary: The Further Adventures (2019) / Bing: Accident (2019) / Belgravia [6 episodes as Anne Trenchard (2020)] / Alan Bennett's Talking Heads: Nights in the Garden of Spain (2020) / Love Monster [26 episodes as the Narrator (2020)]

Who: Before And After #963b / Nu-Who #32b
Name: Judy Holt [? - ]
Year(s): 2005
Stories: The Long Game
Character(s): Sandra Mitchell

Before Who:
Films: The Road to 1984 (1984), Seeing Red (2000)
Television: My Father's House [5 episodes as Anna Blake (1981)] / Love Is Old, Love Is New [4 episodes as Mo (1982)] / Brookside (1983) / Don't Rock the Boat: Where There's a Will (1983) / Cockles; Mermaids (1984) / The Practice [3 episodes as Mandy Bright (1986)] / The Contract [3 episodes as Lizzie Forsyth (1988)] / Screen Two: Old Flames (1990) / Children's Ward [26 episodes as Sandra Mitchell (1990-1994)] / Emmerdale Farm [11 episodes as WPC Wendy Lunn (1995)] / And the Beat Goes On (1996) / Springhill (1996), In Suspicious Circumstances: The Woman in Grey (1996) / Verdict; Be My Valentine (1998) / Stanton Blues (1999) / Queer as Folk [2 episodes as Claire Fletcher (2000)] / At Home with the Braithwaites [21 episodes as Elaine Fishwick (2000-2003)] / Always and Everyone [7 episodes as Jean Kenning (2002)] / The Bill [6 episodes as Anne Merrick (2002)] / Fat Friends; Bacon, Bagels and the Bishop (2004) / Hollyoaks [16 episodes, different characters (2004-2019)]

After Who:
Films: A.K.A Nadia (2015)
Television: Heartbeat:Family Ties (2005) / Bodies [2 episodes as Hilary Sachs (2005) / Doctors; Taped (2006) / New Street Law (2006) / Coronation Street [35 episodes as Lesley Kershaw (2011-2012)] / Moving On; Hush Little Baby (2013) / Scott & Bailey [9 episodes as Scary Mary Jackson (2013-2016)] / Cold Feet (2016)
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The Doctor (Matt Smith) enters the TARDIS in the 2012 Christmas special The Snowmen

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Guest actors appearing in FATHER'S DAY who have previously appeared in the show:
  • Billie Piper (Rose Tyler)
  • Camille Coduri (Jackie Tyler)
Who: Before And After #964a / Nu-Who #33a
Name: Shaun Dingwall [1972 - ]
Year(s): 2005 / 2006
Stories: Father's Day / Rise Of The Cybermen / The Age Of Steel / Doomsday
Character(s): Pete Tyler
Note(s):
  • Read the Audiobook version of 'The Price of Paradise'
Appeared in a number of Big Finish Productions audio adventures:
  • In the 'Rose Tyler: The Dimension Cannon' stories 'The Endless Night' / 'The Flood' / 'Ghost Machines' / 'The Last Party on Earth'

Before Who:
Films: Genghis Cohn (1993), Second Best (1994), Underground (1999), Crime & Punishment (2002), Villa des roses (2002), Tomorrow La Scala! (2002), Lloyd & Hill (2003), Carla (2003), On a Clear Day (2005)

Television: Between the Lines: Jumping the Lights (1993) / The Bill [2 episodes, different characters (1993-1994)] / Minder: A Fridge Too Far (1994) / The Chief [2 episodes as PC Byrne (1994)] / Class Act (1994) / Stages: Low Level Panic (1994) / Screen One: A Breed of Heroes (1994) / Screen Two; Black Easter (1995) / Soldier Soldier [25 episodes as Steve Evans (1995-1996)] / The Phoenix and the Carpet [6 episodes as the Burglar (1997)] / Touching Evil* [16 episodes as D.C. Mark Rivers (1997-1999)] / In a Land of Plenty [9 episodes as James Freeman (2001)] / Messiah 2 - Vengeance Is Mine (2003) / The Last King [2 episodes as the Earl of Danby (2003)] / Family Business (2004) / The Long Firm: Lenny's Story (2004)


Music Video: Faith No More (1998): I Started A Joke [As Shaun Dingwall]

After Who:
Films: Color Me Kubrick (2005), Hannibal (2006), Someone Else (2006), The Mark of Cain (2007), Sex, the City and Me (2007), Outlanders (2007), Learners (2007), Hush (2008), The Young Victoria (2009), Summer in February (2013), Scar Tissue (2013), The Forgotten (2014), Goodbye Christopher Robin (2017), Responsible Child (2019)
Television: Spooks: Agenda (2006) / Survivors (2008) / Moses Jones [2 episodes as Roger Dankorth (2009)] / Above Suspicion [11 episodes as DCI Mike Lewis (2009-2012)] / Rock & Chips [3 episodes as Reg Trotter (2010-2011)] / Midsomer Murders; Fit for Murder (2011) / Camelot; Justice (2011) / New Tricks: Only the Brave (2011) / The Suspicions of Mr Whicher; The Suspicions of Mr Whicher: The Murder in Angel Lane (2013) / Vera: Castles in the Air (2013) / Poirot: Curtain - Poirot's Last Case (2013) / Breathless [6 episodes as Charlie Enderbury (2013)] / Grantchester (2014) / The Driver [2 episodes as Detective Ryder (2014)] / Silent Witness: Squaring the Circle (2015) / Death in Paradise; Unlike Father, Unlike Son (2015) / Legends [3 episodes as Liam Crawford (2015)] / DCI Banks [5 episodes as Chief Supt Colin Anderson (2016)] / Maigret [4 episodes as Inspector Janvier (2016-2017)] / Top Boy [6 episodes as Jeffrey (2019-2022)] / Noughts + Crosses [6 episodes as Jack Dorn (2020)]

Who: Before And After #964b / Nu-Who #33b
Name: Robert Barton [1970 - ]
Year(s): Doctor Who: 2005
Stories: Father's Day
Character(s): The Registrar

Year(s): Torchwood: 2006
Stories: Countrycide
Character(s): Martin

Before Who:
Films: E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982), The Lost Treasure of Sawtooth Island (1999)
Television: Lizzie Dripping: Lizzie Dripping Says Good-bye (1975) / The Chisholms (1979) / Casualty: Lock Down (2004)

After Who:
Films: None
Television: None

Who: Before And After #964c / Nu-Who #33c
Name: Julia Joyce [1998 - ]
Year(s): Doctor Who: 2005
Stories: Father's Day
Character(s): Young Rose Tyler

Year(s): Torchwood: 2009
Stories: Children Of Earth Day 1 Children Of Earth Day 5
Character(s): Holly Frobisher

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: Prime Suspect 6 - The Last Witness (2003) / Life Isn't All Ha Ha Hee Hee (2005)

After Who:
Films: January 2nd (2006), The Ruby in the Smoke* (2006), Mansfield Park (2007), Who Killed Mrs De Ropp? (2007), Speed Racer (2008), Margaret Thatcher: The Long Walk to Finchley [as Carol Thatcher] (2008),


Television: Casualty [2 episodes, different characters (2006-2008)] / Waking the Dead; Mask of Sanity (2007) / Inspector Lewis: Expiation (2007) / Doctors: Once Upon a Time (2009) / The Day of the Triffids (2009)

Who: Before And After #964d / Nu-Who #33d
Name: Christopher Llewellyn [? - ]
Year(s): 2005
Stories: Father's Day
Character(s): Stuart Hoskins
Note(s): Provided the voice of the Joker in the 'Lego Dimensions' short 'Doctor, Doctor, Doctor'

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: The Bill [2 episodes, different characters (1997-2007)] / Tales from Pleasure Beach: Lush (2001) / The Bench (2002)

After Who:
Films: None
Television: None
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