Tuesday, February 24, 2015

The Long Game

A short-lived TARDIS team: Adam (Bruno
Langley), the Doctor (Christopher
Eccleston) and Rose (Billie Piper)
One episode (The Long Game)
First broadcast May 7 2005
Average audience for story: 8.01m

CAST

Christopher Eccleston (The Doctor) Born Feb 16 1964
Doctor Who credits
Played: The Doctor in Rose, The End of the World, The Unquiet Dead, Aliens of London/ World War Three, Dalek, The Long Game, Father's Day, The Empty Child/ The Doctor Dances, Boom Town, Bad Wolf/ The Parting of the Ways (2005)
Career highlights
After debuting in Blood Rights in 1990, Christopher's career takes in Inspector Morse (1991), Let Him Have It (1991), Friday on My Mind (1992), Shallow Grave (1994), Hearts and Minds (1995), Our Friends in the North (1996), Jude (1996), Hillsborough (1996), Elizabeth (1998), Clocking Off (2000), Gone in Sixty Seconds (2000), The Others (2001), Linda Green (2001), Othello (2001), The League of Gentlemen (2002), 28 Days Later (2002), The Second Coming (2003), Heroes (2007), The Seeker: The Dark is Rising (2007), GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra (2009), Lennon Naked (2010), The Shadow Line (2011), Thor: The Dark World (2013) and Legend (2015). Christopher also had recurring roles as DCI David Billborough in Cracker (1993-94), Matt Jamison in The Leftovers (2014) and Professor Stoddart in Fortitude (2015).
Facts
In 2007, Pendleton College in Christopher's home city of Salford named its new auditorium the Eccleston Theatre. Christopher also appears in two music videos for the band I Am Kloot - Proof (2003) and Northern Skies (2010). In Best Actor Royal Television Society Award in 2003 for Flesh and Blood, plus a Best Actor International Emmy for his role in Accused (2011).

Billie Piper (Rose Tyler) Born Sep 22 1982
Doctor Who credits
Played: Rose Tyler in Rose, The End of the World, The Unquiet Dead, Aliens of London/ World War Three, Dalek, The Long Game, Father's Day, The Empty Child/ The Doctor Dances, Boom Town, Bad Wolf/ The Parting of the Ways, Children in Need special (uncredited), The Christmas Invasion, New Earth, Tooth and Claw, School Reunion, The Girl in the Fireplace, Rise of the Cybermen/ The Age of Steel, The Idiot's Lantern, The Impossible Planet/ The Satan Pit, Love & Monsters, Fear Her, Army of Ghosts/ Doomsday (2005-06). Return appearances in Partners in Crime (2008), The Poison Sky (2008), Midnight (2008), Turn Left (2008), The Stolen Earth/ Journey's End (2008), The End of Time Part Two (2010) and The Day of the Doctor (2013).
Career highlights
Billie - birthname Lianne Paul Piper - started out as a poster girl in an advertising campaign for teen music magazine Smash Hits in 1997 ("100% pure pop!"). Record producers looking for a young female pop star to launch in the UK charts thought Billie would be ideal, and it wasn't long until she became the youngest artist ever to debut at number one hit in Britain, with Because We Want To. Billie went on to have two albums - Honey to the B (1998) and Walk of Life (2000) - and eight Top 30 hits, including the number ones Girlfriend (1998) and Day & Night (2000). She retired from the music industry following a court case in 2001 in which a woman named Juliet Peters was convicted of stalking and threatening her family.
Billie returned to her first love of acting. Her first role had been uncredited in 1996's The leading Man, after which she found roles in Music Chronicles (1999), Canterbury Tales (2003), Bella and the Boys (2004), The Calcium Kid (2004), Things to Do Before You're 30 (2005), Spirit Trap (2005), Mansfield Park (2007), A Passionate Woman (2010), True Love (2012) and Foxtrot (2014). She has also enjoyed a handful of regular roles, including Sally Lockhart in The Ruby in the Smoke 2006) and The Shadow in the North (2007) - in which she starred alongside a pre-Doctor Matt Smith - Belle/ Hannah in The Secret Diary of a Call Girl (2007-11, on which she was also credited as an executive producer) and Brona Croft in Penny Dreadful (2014).
Facts
Billie performed at the 1999 Brit Awards as part of the performance of an ABBA medley, along with Steps, B*Witched, Tina Cousins and Cleopatra (she's the one in scarlet red!). Between 2001-07 Billie was married to British TV presenter and DJ Chris Evans (16 years her senior); her second husband is actor Laurence Fox, with whom she has two children. Here she is, on Twitter!

Bruno Langley (Adam Mitchell) Born Mar 21 1983
Doctor Who credits
Played: Adam Mitchell in Dalek, The Long Game (2005)
Career highlights
Bruno's stand-out role has been playing Todd Grimshaw in over 200 episodes of soap Coronation Street on and off since 2000. Other work includes Linda Green (2001-02), The League of Gentlemen's Apocalypse (2005), Dalziel and Pascoe (2006) and Halal Harry (2006).
Facts
Bruno is also very musical, having grown up playing the cello and piano. In 2010 he formed his own band, Bruno Langley and the Wonderland Band. In 2003 he appeared on a celebrity edition of Stars in Their Eyes to impersonate Robbie Williams. In November 2017 Bruno pleaded guilty to two sexual assaults on two women in a Manchester nightclub, and was sentenced to a 12-month community order, including 40 days of rehabilitation activity, and was ordered to wear an electronic tag, observe a curfew and pay £250 compensation to his victims. He was also ordered to sign the sex offenders register until 2022. Bruno's contract with Coronation Street was terminated following an internal inquiry in October 2017.

Simon Pegg (The Editor) Born Feb 14 1970
Doctor Who credits
Played: The Editor in The Long Game (2005)
Narrated: Doctor Who Confidential (2005)
Career highlights
Simon started out in the comedy sketch show Six Pairs of Pants (1995), after which he appeared in Asylum (1996), We Know Where You Live (1997), I'm Alan Partridge (1997), Is It Bill Bailey? (1998), Tube Tales (1999), Guest House Paradiso (1999), Hippies (1999), Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) (2000), The Parole Officer (2001), Band of Brothers (2001), Dr Terrible's House of Horrible (2001), 24 Hour Party People (2002), Black Books (2004), Shaun of the Dead (2004), The League of Gentlemen's Apocalypse (2005), Hot Fuzz (2007), How to Lose Friends and Alienate People (2008), Burke and Hare (2010), Paul (2011), The Adventures of Tintin (2011), Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2012), The World's End (2013), Mob City (2013), Hector and the Search for Happiness (2014), Absolutely Anything (2015) and Man Up (2015). As far as regular roles go, he played Jools in the sitcom Faith in the Future (1996-98), Tim Bisley in the comedy Spaced (1999-2001), various roles in the sketch show Big Train (1998-2002), Benji Dunn in the Mission Impossible film franchise since 2006 and Scotty in the rebooted Star Trek film franchise since 2009. Simon also writes much of his own material, with credits on Six Pairs of Pants, Asylum, Spaced, Big Train, Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, Run, Fatboy, Run (2007), Paul (2011) and The World's End (2013).
Facts
Simon was nominated in 2002 for a Best Sitcom BAFTA for Spaced (it lost to The Office, but Simon got his revenge four years later when he was cast as Benji Dunn in Mission Impossible III instead of Ricky Gervais). Many of Simon's collaborators in his own TV and film work are also Doctor Who alumni - Nick Frost, Penelope Wilton, Jessica Hynes etc. He is the godfather to Coldplay singer Chris Martin and actress Gwyneth Paltrow's daughter Apple (and Martin is godfather to Simon's daughter Matilda), while the best man at his wedding to music publicist Maureen was Nick Frost (Santa in Last Christmas (2014)). Simon was originally going to play the role of Rose's father Pete Tyler in Doctor Who, but scheduling caused a shift in roles. Here's his official Twitter account.

Colin Prockter (Head chef) Born Jun 4 1946
Doctor Who credits
Played: Head chef in The Long Game (2005)
Played: Air raid warden in Victory of the Daleks (2010)
Career highlights
Colin debuted in Z Cars (1969), followed by Parkin's Patch (1969), The Terrorists (1974), The Sweeney (1975), Moonfleet (1984), Albion Market (1986), Hannay (1989), Feast of July (1995), Grange Hill (1999), Trial and Retribution (2002), Teachers (2004), Afterlife (2005), Hex (2005), Coronation Street (1992-93/1995/2005/2008), Rock and Chips (2010), Toast (2010) and Mount Pleasant (2012). In 1984 he co-wrote the futuristic sitcom Luna.
Facts
Before going into acting Colin worked as a reporter for the Croydon Advertiser.

Christine Adams (Cathica) Born Feb 28 1974
Career highlights
Debuted in Noel's House Party (1998), then Where There's Smoke (2000), EastEnders (2001), In Deep (2002), Murder in Mind (2003), Stargate SG-1 (2003), NY-LON (2004), Batman Begins (2005), Hustle (2006), Journeyman (2007), Lie to Me (2009), Heroes (2009), CSI: Miami (2010), Nip/Tuck (2010), Tron Legacy (2010), The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011) and Legends (2014). Christine has also had several recurring roles, including Simone Hundin in Pushing Daisies (2007-09), Lena Boudreaux in The Whole Truth (2010-11), Mira in Terra Nova (2011), Agent Weaver in Marvel's Agents of SHIELD (2014) and Lena Abbott in The Mentalist (2014-15).

Anna Maxwell Martin (Suki) Born May 10 1977
Career highlights
Anna incredibly made her television debut aged just nine months when she appeared in a 1978 edition of Everyday Maths. As an adult she has made appearances in Midsomer Murders (2002), Enduring Love (2004), North and South (2004), Bleak House (2005), Becoming Jane (2007), Free Agents (2009), Freefall (2009), Moonshot (2009), South Riding (2011), The Night Watch (2011), Philomena (2013), Death Comes to Pemberley (2013), The Bletchley Circle (2012/14), The Lost Honour of Christopher Jefferies (2014), The Life of Rock with Brian Pern (2014) and The Frankenstein Chronicles (2015).
Facts
Anna's husband is director Roger Michell. She has won two BAFTA TV Awards for Best Actress in Bleak House and Poppy Shakespeare (2008). She was nominated (but lost to Vicky McClure) for South Riding. Here's her Twitter feed.

Tamsin Greig (Nurse) Born Jul 12 1967
Career highlights
Tamsin debuted in Blue Heaven (1994), then Neverwhere (1996), Faith in the Future (1996), The Great Egyptians (1998), Blind Men (1997-98), Happiness (2001), Miranda (2002), Jonathan Creek (2003), Shaun of the Dead (2004), The Diary of Anne Frank (2009), Emma (2009), Tamara Drewe (2010), Going Postal (2010), White Heat (2012), Inside No.9 (2014) and The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (2015). She has also enjoyed a number of recurring roles, such as Fran in Black Books (2000-04), Dr Caroline Todd in Green Wing (2004-06), Alice Chenery in Love Soup (2005-08), Jackie in Friday Night Dinner (2011-14) and Beverly Lincoln in Episodes (2011-15). She has also been the voice of Debbie Aldridge in radio soap The Archers since 1991.
Awards
2007: Olivier Award for Best Actress (Much Ado About Nothing)
Facts
Tamsin is married to actor Richard Leaf.

Judy Holt (Adam's mum)
Career highlights
Judy debuted in My father's House (1981), followed by Love is Old, Love is New (1982), Brookside (1983), The Practice (1984), And the Beat Goes On (1996), Verdict (1998), Queer as Folk (2000), Always and Everyone (2002), Fat Friends (2004), Bodies (2005), Emmerdale (2008), Hollyoaks (2004/11), Moving On (2013) and Aka Nadia (2015). Regular roles have included Staff Nurse Sandra Mitchell in Children's Ward (1990-94), Elaine Fishwick in At Home with the Braithwaites (2000-03), Alzheimer's sufferer Lesley Kershaw in Coronation Street (2011-12) and Scary Mary Jackson in Scott and bailey (2013-14).
Facts
In 1989 she appeared in a TV commercial for the now defunct Kraft Cheddarie spread ("very cheddary").

CREW

Russell T Davies (writer) Born Apr 27 1963
Doctor Who credits
Wrote: Rose, The End of the World, Aliens of London/ World War Three, The Long Game, Boom Town, Bad Wolf/ The Parting of the Ways, Children in Need special, The Christmas Invasion, New Earth, Tooth and Claw, Love & Monsters, Army of Ghosts/ Doomsday, Torchwood: Everything Changes, The Runaway Bride, The Sarah Jane Adventures: Invasion of the Bane, Smith and Jones, Gridlock, Utopia/ The Sound of Drums/ Last of the Time Lords, Voyage of the Damned, Partners in Crime, Midnight, Turn Left, The Stolen Earth/ Journey's End, Music of the Spheres, The Next Doctor, Planet of the Dead, Torchwood: Children of Earth (Days 1, 3 and 5), The Waters of Mars, The End of Time, The Sarah Jane Adventures: Death of the Doctor, Torchwood: Miracle Day (The New World and The Blood Line) (2005-11)
Executive producer: Rose, The End of the World, The Unquiet Dead, Aliens of London/ World War Three, Dalek, The Long Game, Father's Day, The Empty Child/ The Doctor Dances, Boom Town, Bad Wolf/ The Parting of the Ways, The Christmas Invasion, Attack of the Graske, New Earth, Tooth and Claw, School Reunion, The Girl in the Fireplace, Rise of the Cybermen/ The Age of Steel, The Idiot's Lantern, The Impossible Planet/ The Satan Pit, Love & Monsters, Fear Her, Army of Ghosts/ Doomsday, Torchwood: Everything Changes, Torchwood: Day One, Torchwood: Ghost Machine, Torchwood: Cyberwoman, Torchwood: Small Worlds, Torchwood: Countrycide, Torchwood: Greeks Bearing Gifts, Torchwood: They Keep Killing Suzie, Torchwood: Random Shoes, Torchwood: Out of Time, Torchwood: Combat, Torchwood: Captain Jack Harkness, Torchwood: End of Days, The Runaway Bride, The Sarah Jane Adventures: Invasion of the Bane, Smith and Jones, The Shakespeare Code, Gridlock, Daleks in Manhattan/ Evolution of the Daleks, The Lazarus Experiment, 42, Human Nature/ The Family of Blood, Blink, Utopia/ The Sound of Drums/ Last of the Time Lords, The Sarah Jane Adventures: Revenge of the Slitheen, The Sarah Jane Adventures: Eye of the Gorgon, The Sarah Jane Adventures: Warriors of Kudlak, The Sarah Jane Adventures: Whatever Happened to Sarah Jane?, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Lost Boy, Time Crash, Voyage of the Damned, Torchwood: Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, Torchwood: Sleeper, Torchwood: To the Last Man, Torchwood: Meat, Torchwood: Adam, Torchwood: Reset, Torchwood: Dead Man Walking, Torchwood: A Day in the Death, Torchwood: Something Borrowed, Torchwood: From Out of the Rain, Torchwood: Adrift, Torchwood: Fragments, Torchwood: Exit Wounds, Partners in Crime, The Fires of Pompeii, Planet of the Ood, The Sontaran Stratagem/ The Poison Sky, The Doctor's Daughter, The Unicorn and the Wasp, Silence in the Library/ Forest of the Dead, Midnight, Turn Left, The Stolen Earth/ Journey's End, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Last Sontaran, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Day of the Clown, The Sarah Jane Adventures: Secrets of the Stars, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Mark of the Berserker, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith, The Sarah Jane Adventures: Enemy of the Bane, The Next Doctor, Planet of the Dead, Torchwood: Children of Earth (Days 1-5), The Sarah Jane Adventures: Prisoner of the Judoon, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Mad Woman in the Attic, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Eternity Trap, The Sarah Jane Adventures: Mona Lisa's Revenge, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Gift, The Waters of Mars, The End of Time, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Nightmare Man, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Vault of Secrets, The Sarah Jane Adventures: Death of the Doctor, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Empty Planet, The Sarah Jane Adventures: Lost in Time, The Sarah Jane Adventures: Goodbye, Sarah Jane Smith, Torchwood: Miracle Day (The New World, Rendition, Dead of Night, Escape to LA, The Categories of Life, The Middle Men, Immortal Sins, End of the Road, The Gathering, The Blood Line), The Sarah Jane Adventures: Sky, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Curse of Clyde Langer, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Man Who Never Was (2005-11)
As well as being executive producer on Doctor Who, Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures, Russell also acted in this capacity on TARDISodes (2006), Totally Doctor Who (2006-07), The Infinite Quest (2007), Torchwood Declassified (2006-09), Doctor Who Greatest Moments (2009), Dreamland (2009), Doctor Who Confidential (2005-10) and SJA: Alien Files (2010).
Career highlights
The ridiculous list of Doctor Who universe programmes Russell has been involved with provides the bulk of his television output, but it is by no means representative of it. He started out working in children's TV, even presenting an edition of Play School in 1987 before becoming producer, writer and various other roles on the activity series Why Don't You...? (1986-88). In 1988 he became script editor and writer on the children's magazine show On the Waterfront, after which he wrote for Breakfast Serials (1990), Dark Season (1991), ChuckleVision (1992), Def II (1992), Century Falls (1993), Cluedo (1993), Children's Ward (1994), Revelations (1994-95), Springhill (1996), Touching Evil (1997), The Grand (1997-98), Queer as Folk (1999-2000, which got its own US remake 2000-05), Bob & Rose (2001), Linda Green (2001), The Second Coming (2003), Mine All Mine (2004), Casanova (2005), Wizards vs Aliens (2012-13), Old Jack's Boat (2013), Cucumber (2015) and Banana (2015).
Facts
The T in his name does not stand for anything but does distinguish him from radio presenter Russell Davies (his real name is Stephen Russell Davies). He was awarded an OBE in 2008 for services to drama. He has been nominated for a BAFTA award nine times, and has won three, including the Dennis Potter Award in 2006. He also won the 2001 Writer of the Year British Comedy Award, and has been nominated five times for a Hugo Award (he won in 2010 for Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars). In 2009 Russell was approached by Lucasfilm to contribute to the proposed (but ultimately never made) Star Wars live action TV series.

Brian Grant (director)
Career highlights
Brian started out as a cameraman on series such as The Strauss Family (1972), Edward the King (1975), Clayhanger (1976), The Muppet Show (1976-77) and Will Shakespeare (1978) before he got his big break directing music videos when the medium was in its infancy. His first was one of the earliest videos, 1979's Pop Muzik by M, followed by several Queen clips (Play the Game (1980) and 1982's Back Chat and Calling All Girls), as well as Kim Wilde's Kids in America (1981), Olivia Newton John's Physical (1981, which won Best Video of the Year at the Grammys), XTC's Senses Working Overtime (1982), Donna Summer's She Works Hard for the Money (1983), Duran Duran's New Moon on Monday (1984), Whitney Houston's How Will I Know (1985) and I Wanna Dance with Somebody (1987), Tina Turner's Private Dancer (1985), as well as the unused "Scarlett" version of Stevie Nicks's Stand Back (1983). An episode of Sky's Video Killed the Radio Star was dedicated to some of his work in 2012 (here's a compilation of just some of the videos Brian's company MGMM Productions produced in the 1980s).
Brian directed over 200 music videos and TV commercials in the 1980s, before securing a deal with Universal in the 1990s, where he worked on series such as She-Wolf of London (1990-91), Red Shoe Diaries (1994) and Highlander: The Raven (1999), before returning to the UK to work on programmes such as Bugs (1998-99), Lucy Sullivan is Getting Married (1999-2000), As If (2001-02, which he also produced), Clocking Off (2003), Gladiatress (2004), Hex (2004-05), Sinchronicity (2006), Party Animals (2007), Britannia High (2008, which he also produced), Sinbad (2012), New Tricks (2013-15) and Waterloo Road (2015).

Phil Collinson (producer) Born Aug 26 1970
Doctor Who credits
Produced: Rose, The End of the World, The Unquiet Dead, Aliens of London/ World War Three, Dalek, The Long Game, Father's Day, The Empty Child/ The Doctor Dances, Boom Town, Bad Wolf/ The Parting of the Ways, Children in Need special, The Christmas Invasion, Attack of the Graske, New Earth, Tooth and Claw, School Reunion, The Girl in the Fireplace, Rise of the Cybermen/ The Age of Steel, The Idiot's Lantern, The Impossible Planet/ The Satan Pit, Love & Monsters, Fear Her, Army of Ghosts/ Doomsday, The Runaway Bride, Smith and Jones, The Shakespeare Code, Gridlock, Daleks in Manhattan/ Evolution of the Daleks, The Lazarus Experiment, 42, Blink, Utopia/ The Sound of Drums/ Last of the Time Lords, Time Crash, Voyage of the Damned, Partners in Crime, The Fires of Pompeii, The Doctor's Daughter, Silence in the Library/ Forest of the Dead, Midnight, The Stolen Earth/ Journey's End (2005-08)
Executive producer: The Sarah Jane Adventures: Invasion of the Bane (2007), Human Nature/ The Family of Blood (2007), The Sarah Jane Adventures: Revenge of the Slitheen (2007), The Sarah Jane Adventures: Eye of the Gorgon (2007), The Sarah Jane Adventures: Warriors of Kudlak (2007), The Sarah Jane Adventures: Whatever Happened to Sarah Jane? (2007), The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Lost Boy (2007), Planet of the Ood (2008, uncredited), The Sontaran Stratagem/ The Poison Sky (2008), The Unicorn and the Wasp (2008), Turn Left (2008)
Career highlights
Phil started out as an actor, playing the role of Bob Wright in a 1997 episode of Coronation Street before becoming a storyline writer on soap Emmerdale (1998). After dabbling on directing on a 2000 episode of Peak Practice, he became a producer on shows such as Linda Green (2001), Born and Bred (2002), Sea of Souls (2004), All the Small Things (2009, as executive producer) and Coronation Street (2010-13). In 2008 he became head of drama at BBC Manchester before moving to ITV in 2010.
Facts
Russell T Davies wrote the role of Alexander in Queer as Folk for Phil when he was an actor, but the part ultimately went to Antony Cotton. Phil's face can be seen on the fake £20 notes seen in the Doctor Who story The Runaway Bride.

Helen Vallis (associate producer)
Doctor Who credits
Associate producer: Rose, The End of the World, The Unquiet Dead, Aliens of London/ World War Three, Dalek, The Long Game, Father's Day, The Empty Child/ The Doctor Dances, Boom Town, Bad Wolf/ The Parting of the Ways, The Christmas Invasion, New Earth, Tooth and Claw, School Reunion, The Girl in the Fireplace, Rise of the Cybermen/ The Age of Steel, The Idiot's Lantern (2005-06)
Post-production supervisor: Torchwood: Everything Changes, Torchwood: Day One, Torchwood: Ghost Machine, Torchwood: Small Worlds, Torchwood: Countrycide, Torchwood: They Keep Killing Suzie, Torchwood: Captain Jack Harkness, Torchwood: End of Days, Torchwood: Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, Torchwood: Sleeper, Torchwood: To the Last Man, Torchwood: Meat, Torchwood: Adam, Torchwood: Reset, Torchwood: Dead Man Walking, Torchwood: A Day in the Death, Torchwood: Something Borrowed, Torchwood: From Out of the Rain, Torchwood: Adrift, Torchwood: Fragments, Torchwood: Exit Wounds, Torchwood: Children of Earth (Days 1-5) (2006-09)
Career highlights
Helen's earliest credit is as assistant floor manager on The District Nurse in 1987, after which she became associate producer on Streetlife (1995), Tiger Bay (1997), Harpur and Iles (1997), Care (2000), Hearts of Gold (2003) and then production executive on He Knew He Was Right (2004). She has no television production credits since Torchwood in 2009.

Elwen Rowlands (script editor)
Doctor Who credits
Script edited: Rose, The End of the World, Aliens of London/ World War Three, The Long Game, Father's Day, Boom Town (2005)
Career highlights
Elwen worked as a waitress in New York before breaking into television in the late 1990s as a researcher on Channel 4's McLibel (1998). Elwen's other script doctoring credits are on Carrie's War (2004) and Life on Mars (2006). She has since gone on to become a producer on series such as Wide Sargasso Sea (2006), Vera (2011), Playhouse Presents (2012, as executive and commissioning producer), Sinbad (2012, as executive producer) and Talking to the Dead (2013). She now works as an executive producer for Bonafide Films.

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