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Doctor Who
  • Ep:
  • The Infinite Quest
  • Also Starring: Freema Agyeman (Martha Jones)
  • Cast: Anthony Head (Baltazar), Toby Longworth (Caw / Squawk), Liza Tarbuck (Captain Kaliko), Tom Farrelly (Swabb), Lizzie Hopley (Mantasphid Queen), Paul Clayton (Mergrass), Steven Meo (Pilot Kelvin), Barney Harwood (Control Voice), Stephen Greif (Gurney), Dan Morgan (Locke \ Warders)
  • Written By: Alan Barnes
  • Directed By: Gary Russell
  • Note: This was a 13 part serial, each part about three and a half minutes, with the first 12 parts broadcast as weekly segments of the spin-off children's show Totally Doctor Who. The 13th part was aired when the serial was shown in it's entirety on June 30, 2007
  • Ep:
  • Time Crash
  • Cast: Peter Davison (The Doctor)
  • Written By: Steven Moffat
  • Directed By: Graeme Harper
  • Note: Part of the 2007 broadcast of the Children in Need telethon
  • Ep:
  • Voyage of the Damned
  • Also Starring: Kylie Minogue (Astrid Peth)
  • Cast: Geoffrey Palmer (Captain Hardaker), Russell Tovey (Midshipman Frame), George Costigan (Max Capricorn), Gray O'Brien (Rickston Slade), Andrew Havill (Chief Steward), Bruce Lawrence (Engineer), Debbie Chazen (Foon Van Hoff), Clive Rowe (Morvin Van Hoff), Clive Swift (Mr. Copper), Jimmy Vee (Bannakaffalatta), Bernard Cribbins (Wilfred Mott), Nicholas Witchell (Himself), Paul Kasey (The Host), Stefan Davis (Kitchen Hand), Jason Mohammad (Newsreader), Colin McFarlane (Alien Voice), Ewan Bailey (Alien Voice), Jessica Martin (Voice of The Queen)
  • Written By: Russell T. Davies
  • Directed By: James Strong



  • Ep: 43
  • Partners in Crime
  • Cast: Billie Piper (Rose Tyler), Sarah Lancashire (Miss Foster), Bernard Cribbins (Wilfred Mott), Jacqueline King (Sylvia Noble), Verona Joseph (Penny Carter), Jessica Gunning (Stacey Harris), Martin Ball (Roger Davey), Rachid Sabitri (Craig Staniland), Chandra Ruegg (Clare Pope), Sue Kelvin (Suzette Chambers), Jonathan Stratt (Taxi Driver)
  • Written By: Russell T. Davies
  • Directed By: James Strong
  • Note: In memory of Howard Attfield 1947 - 2007
  • Ep: 44
  • The Fires of Pompeii
  • Cast: Phil Cornwell (Stallholder), Karen Gillan (Soothsayer), Sasha Behar (Spurrina), Lorraine Burroughs (Thalina), Peter Capaldi (Caecilius), Tracey Childs (Metella), Francesca Fowler (Evelina), Francois Pandolfo (Quintus), Victoria Wicks (High Priestess), Gerard Bell (Major Domo), Phil Davis (Lucius)
  • Written By: James Moran
  • Directed By: Colin Teague
  • Ep: 45
  • Planet of the Ood
  • Cast: Tim McInnerny (Mr. Halpern), Ayesha Dharker (Solana Mercurio), Adrian Rawlins (Dr. Ryder), Roger Griffiths (Commander Kess), Paul Clayton (Mr. Bartle), Paul Kasey (Ood Sigma), Tariq Jordan (Rep), Silas Carson (Voice of the Ood)
  • Written By: Keith Temple
  • Directed By: Graeme Harper
  • Ep: 46
  • The Sontaran Stratagem (part 1)
  • And: Freema Agyeman (Martha Jones)
  • Cast: Bernard Cribbins (Wilfred Mott), Jacqueline King (Sylvia Noble), Ryan Sampson (Luke Rattigan), Rupert Holiday Evans (Colonel Mace), Christopher Ryan (General Staal), Dan Starkey (Commander Skorr), Eleanor Matsuura (Jo Nakashima), Clive Standen (Private Harris), Wesley Theobold (Private Gray), Christian Cooke (Ross Jenkins), Rad Kaim (Worker), Elizabeth Ryder (Atmos Voice)
  • Written By: Helen Raynor
  • Directed By: Douglas MacKinnon
  • Ep: 47
  • The Poison Sky (part 2)
  • And: Freema Agyeman (Martha Jones)
  • Cast: Billie Piper (Rose Tyler), Bernard Cribbins (Wilfred Mott), Jacqueline King (Sylvia Noble), Ryan Sampson (Luke Rattigan), Rupert Holiday Evans (Colonel Mace), Christopher Ryan (General Staal), Dan Starkey (Commander Skorr), Clive Standen (Private Harris), Wesley Theobold (Private Gray), Christian Cooke (Ross Jenkins), Meryl Fernandes (Female Student), Leeshon Alexander (Male Student), Bridget Hodgson (Captain Price), Kirsty Wark (Herself), Lachele Carl (US Newsreader)
  • Written By: Helen Raynor
  • Directed By: Douglas MacKinnon
  • Ep: 48
  • The Doctor's Daughter
  • And: Freema Agyeman (Martha Jones)
  • Cast: Georgia Moffett (Jenny), Nigel Terry (Cobb), Joe Dempsie (Cline), Paul Kasey (Hath Peck), Ruari Mears (Hath Gable), Akin Gazi (Carter), Olalekan Lawal, Jr. (Soldier)
  • Written By: Stephen Greenhorn
  • Directed By: Alice Troughton
  • Ep: 49
  • The Unicorn and the Wasp
  • Cast: Fenella Woolgar (Agatha Christie), Felicity Kendal (Lady Eddison), Tom Goodman-Hill (Reverend Golightly), Christopher Benjamin (Colonel Hugh), Felicity Jones (Robina Redmond), Adam Rayner (Roger Curbishley), David Quilter (Greeves), Daniel King (Davenport), Ian Barritt (Professor Peach), Leena Dhingra (Miss Chandrakala), Charlotte Eaton (Mrs. Hart)
  • Written By: Gareth Roberts
  • Directed By: Graeme Harper
  • Ep: 50
  • Silence in the Library (part 1)
  • Cast: Alex Kingston (Professor River Song), Colin Salmon (Dr. Moon), Eve Newton (The Girl), Mark Dexter (Dad), Sarah Niles (Node 1), Joshua Dallas (Node 2), Jessika Williams (Anita), Steve Pemberton (Strackman Lux), Talulah Riley (Miss Evangelista), O-T Fagbenle (Other Dave), Harry Peacock (Proper Dave)
  • Written By: Steven Moffat
  • Directed By: Euros Lyn
  • Ep: 51
  • Forest of the Dead (part 2)
  • Cast: Alex Kingston (Professor River Song), Colin Salmon (Dr. Moon), Harry Peacock (Proper Dave), Steve Pemberton (Strackman Lux), Jessika Williams (Anita), O-T Fagbenle (Other Dave), Eve Newton (The Girl), Mark Dexter (Dad), Jason Pitt (Lee), Eloise Rakic-Platt (Ella), Alex Midwood (Joshua), Talulah Riley (Miss Evangelista), Jonathan Reuben (Man)
  • Written By: Steven Moffat
  • Directed By: Euros Lyn
  • Ep: 52
  • Midnight
  • Cast: Billie Piper (Rose Tyler), Lesley Sharp (Sky Silvestry), Rakie Ayola (Hostess), David Troughton (Professor Hobbes), Ayesha Antoine (Dee Dee Blasco), Lindsey Coulson (Val Cane), Daniel Ryan (Biff Cane), Colin Morgan (Jethro Cane), Tony Bluto (Driver Joe), Duane Henry (Mechanic Claude)
  • Written By: Russell T. Davies
  • Directed By: Alice Troughton
  • Ep: 53
  • Turn Left
  • And: Billie Piper (Rose Tyler)
  • Cast: Bernard Cribbins (Wilfred Mott), Jacqueline King (Sylvia Noble), Joseph Long (Rocco Colasanto), Noma Dumezweni (Captain Magambo), Chipo Chung (Fortune Teller), Marcia Lecky (Mooky Kahari), Suzann McLean (Veena Brady), Natalie Walter (Alice Coltrane), Neil Clench (Man in Pub), Clive Standen (UNIT Soldier), Bhasker Patel (Jival Chowdry), Catherine York (Female Reporter), Ben Righton (Morgenstern), Loraine Velez (Spanish Maid), Jason Mohammad (Studio News Reader), Sanchia McCormack (Housing Officer), Lawrence Stevenson (Soldier #1), Terri-Ann Brumby (Woman in Doorway), Lachele Carl (Trinity Wells), Paul Richard Biggin (Soldier #2)
  • Written By: Russell T. Davies
  • Directed By: Graeme Harper
  • Ep: 54
  • The Stolen Earth (part 1)
  • Starring: Freema Agyeman (Martha Jones), John Barrowman (Captain Jack Harkness)
  • With: Elisabeth Sladen (Sarah Jane Smith)
  • And: Billie Piper (Rose Tyler), Penelope Wilton (Harriet Jones), Adjoa Andoh (Francine Jones), Eve Myles (Gwen Cooper), Gareth David-Lloyd (Ianto Jones)
  • Cast: Thomas Knight (Luke Smith), Bernard Cribbins (Wilfred Mott), Jacqueline King (Sylvia Noble), Julian Bleach (Davros), Michael Brandon (General Sanchez), Andrea Harris (Suzanne), Lachele Carl (Trinity Wells), Richard Dawkins (Himself), Paul O'Grady (Himself), Marcus Cunningham (Drunk Man), Jason Mohammad (Newsreader), Paul Kasey (Judoon), Kelly Hunter (Shadow Architect), Amy Beth Hayes (Albino Servant), Gary Milner (Scared Man), Barney Edwards (Dalek Operator), Nick Pegg (Dalek Operator), David Hankinson (Dalek Operator), Anthony Spargo (Dalek Operator), Nicholas Briggs (Dalek Voice), Alexander Armstrong (Voice of Mr. Smith)
  • Written By: Russell T. Davies
  • Directed By: Graeme Harper
  • Ep: 55
  • Journey's End (part 1)
  • Starring: Freema Agyeman (Martha Jones), John Barrowman (Captain Jack Harkness)
  • With: Elisabeth Sladen (Sarah Jane Smith)
  • And: Billie Piper (Rose Tyler), Noel Clarke (Mickey Smith), Camille Coduri (Jackie Tyler), Adjoa Andoh (Francine Jones), Eve Myles (Gwen Cooper), Gareth David-Lloyd (Ianto Jones)
  • Cast: Thomas Knight (Luke Smith), Bernard Cribbins (Wilfred Mott), Jacqueline King (Sylvia Noble), Julian Bleach (Davros), Valda Aviks (German Woman), Shobu Kapoor (Scared Woman), Elizabeth Tan (Chinese Woman), Michael Price (Liberian Man), Nicholas Briggs (Dalek Voice), Barney Edwards (Dalek Operator), Nick Pegg (Dalek Operator), David Hankinson (Dalek Operator), Anthony Spargo (Dalek Operator), John Leeson (Voice of K-9), Alexander Armstrong (Voice of Mr. Smith)
  • Written By: Russell T. Davies
  • Directed By: Graeme Harper



  • Ep:
  • Music of the Spheres
  • Cast: Jimmy Vee (Graske)
  • Written By: Russell T. Davies
  • Directed By: Euros Lyn
  • Note: Part of the BBC Proms series of concerts for 2008, this small segment consisted of the Doctor interacting with the audience and orchestra from onscreen
  • Ep: 56
  • The Next Doctor
  • Also Starring: David Morrissey (Jackson Lake)
  • Cast: Dervla Kirwan (Miss Hartigan), Velile Tshabalala (Rosita), Ruari Mears (Cybershade), Paul Kasey (Cyberleader), Edmund Kente (Mr. Scoones), Michael Bertenshaw (Mr. Cole), Jason Morell (Vicar), Neil McDermott (Jed), Ashley Horne (Lad), Tom Langford (Frederic), Jordan Southwell (Urchin), Matthew Allick (Docker), Nicholas Briggs (Cyber Voices)
  • Written By: Russell T. Davies
  • Directed By: Andy Goddard
  • Ep: 57
  • Planet of the Dead
  • Also Starring: Michelle Ryan (Lady Christina de Souza)
  • Cast: Lee Evans (Malcolm), Noma Dumezweni (Captain Magambo), Adam James (DI McMillan), Glenn Doherty (Sergeant Dennison), Victoria Alcock (Angela), David Ames (Nathan), Ellen Thomas (Carmen), Reginald Tsiboe (Lou), Daniel Kaluuya (Barclay), Keith Parry (Bus Driver), James Layton (Sergeant Ian Jenner), Paul Kasey (Sorvin), Ruari Mears (Praygat)
  • Written By: Russell T. Davies & Gareth Roberts
  • Directed By: James Strong
  • Ep:
  • Dreamland
  • Also Starring: Georgia Moffett (Cassie Rice)
  • Cast: Tim Howar (Jimmy Stalkingwolf), David Warner (Lord Azlok), Stuart Milligan (Colonel Stark), Peter Guinness (Mister Dread), Clarke Peters (Night Eagle), Nicholas Rowe (Rivesh Mantilax), Lisa Bowerman (Saruba Velak), Ryan McCluskey (Soldiers)
  • Written By: Phil Ford
  • Directed By: Gary Russell
  • Note: Originally online in Nov/09 on BBC Red Button and the official website
  • Ep: 58
  • The Waters of Mars
  • Also Starring: Lindsay Duncan (Adelaide Brooke)
  • Cast: Peter O'Brien (Ed Gold), Aleksandar Mikic (Yuri Kerenski), Gemma Chan (Mia Bennett), Sharon Duncan-Brewster (Maggie Cain), Chook Sibtain (Tarak Ital), Alan Ruscoe (Andy Stone), Cosima Shaw (Steffi Ehrlich), Michael Goldsmith (Roman Groom), Lily Bevan (Emily), Max Bollinger (Mikhail), Charlie De'ath (Adelaide's Father), Rachel Fewell (Young Adelaide), Anouska Strahnz (Ulrika Ehrlich), Zofia Strahnz (Lisette Ehrlich), Paul Kasey (Ood Sigma)
  • Written By: Russell T. Davies & Phil Ford
  • Directed By: Graeme Harper
  • Ep: 59
  • The End of Time, Part One
  • Also Starring: John Simm (The Master)
  • And: Bernard Cribbins (Wilfred Mott)
  • Cast: Timothy Dalton (The Narrator), Catherine Tate (Donna Noble), Jacqueline King (Sylvia Noble), Claire Bloom (The Woman), June Whitfield (Minnie Hooper), David Harewood (Joshua Naismith), Tracy Ifeachor (Abigail Naismith), Sinêad Keenan (Addams), Lawry Lewin (Rossiter), Alexandra Moen (Lucy Saxon), Karl Collins (Shaun Temple), Teresa Banham (Governor), Barry Howard (Oliver Barnes), Allister Bain (Winston Katusi), Simon Thomas (Mr. Danes), Sylvia Seymour (Miss Trefusis), Pete Lee-Wilson (Tommo), Dwayne Scantlebury (Ginger), Lacey Bond (Serving Woman), Lachele Carl (Trinity Wells), Paul Kasey (Ood Sigma), Ruari Mears (Elder Ood), Max Benjamin (Teenager), Silas Carson (Voice of Ood Sigma), Brian Cox (Voice of Elder Ood)
  • Written By: Russell T. Davies
  • Directed By: Euros Lyn
  • Ep: 60
  • The End of Time, Part Two
  • Also Starring: John Simm (The Master)
  • And: Bernard Cribbins (Wilfred Mott)
  • Cast: Timothy Dalton (Lord President), Catherine Tate (Donna Noble), Jacqueline King (Sylvia Noble), Billie Piper (Rose Tyler), Camille Coduri (Jackie Tyler), John Barrowman (Captain Jack Harkness), Freema Agyeman (Martha Smith-Jones), Noel Clarke (Mickey Smith), Elisabeth Sladen (Sarah Jane Smith), Jessica Hynes (Verity Newman), June Whitfield (Minnie Hooper), Claire Bloom (The Woman), Thomas Knight (Luke Smith), Russell Tovey (Midshipman Frame), David Harewood (Joshua Naismith), Tracy Ifeachor (Abigail Naismith), Lawry Lewin (Rossiter), Sinêad Keenan (Addams), Joe Dixon (The Chancellor), Julie Legrand (The Partisan), Brid Brennan (The Visionary), Karl Collins (Shaun Temple), Krystal Archer (Nerys), Lachele Carl (Trinity Wells), Paul Kasey (Ood Sigma), Ruari Mears (Elder Ood), Silas Carson (Voice of Ood Sigma), Nicholas Briggs (Voice of Judoon), Dan Starkey (Sontaran)
  • And Introducing: Matt Smith (The Doctor)
  • Written By: Russell T. Davies
  • Directed By: Euros Lyn


Season Four
David Tennant ......................... The Doctor
Catherine Tate ....................... Donna Noble