Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Midnight

It's out there... somewhere...
One episode (Midnight)
First broadcast Jun 14 2008
Average audience for story: 8.05m

CAST

David Tennant (The Doctor) Born Apr 18 1971
Doctor Who credits
Played: Caretaker in Scream of the Shalka (2003, uncredited)
Played: The Doctor in 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, Human Nature/ The Family of Blood, Blink, Utopia/ The Sound of Drums/ Last of the Time Lords, The Infinite Quest, Time Crash, Voyage of the Damned, Music of the Spheres, 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 Next Doctor, Planet of the Dead, Dreamland, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith, The Waters of Mars, The End of Time (2005-10). Return appearance in The Day of the Doctor (2013).
Career highlights
Debuted in the Dramarama episode The Secret of Croftmore (1988), followed by Strathblair (1992), The Brown Man (1993), Rab C Nesbitt (1993), Takin' Over the Asylum (1994), Jude (1996), Holding the Baby (1997), Duck Patrol (1998), Love in the 21st Century (1999), The Mrs Bradley Mysteries (2000), Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) (2000), Foyle's War (2002), Posh Nosh (2003), Bright Young Things (2003), Terri McIntyre (2003), He Knew He Was Right (2004), Blackpool (2004), Casanova (2005), The Quatermass Experiment (2005), Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005), Secret Smile (2005), The Chatterley Affair (2006), Recovery (2007), Learners (2007), Extras (2007), Einstein and Eddington (2008), St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold (2009), Rex is Not Your Lawyer (2010), Single Father (2010), United (2011), The Decoy Bride (2011), Fright Night (2011), True Love (2012), Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2012), Nativity 2: Danger in the Manger (2012), Spies of Warsaw (2013), The Politician's Husband (2013), Postman Pat: The Movie (2014), AKA Jessica Jones (2015) and I Feel Fine (2016). He has also provided narration for Twenty Twelve (2011-12) and its follow-up W1A (2014- ), voiced Twigs in the animation Tree Fu Tom (2012-13, alongside former Doctor Who companion Sophie Aldred), and played Alec Hardy and his US equivalent Emmett Carver in Broadchurch (2013-15) and Gracepoint (2014).
Facts
David has been nominated for countless awards over the years, and has won a Daytime Emmy for his performance in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, a Scottish BAFTA for The Escape Artist (2013), a Welsh BAFTA for Doctor Who (2006), a Crime Thriller Award for Broadchurch (2013), four National Television Awards for Best Actor for Doctor Who (2006/07/08/10) and five TV Quick Awards for Best Actor for Doctor Who (2006-08), Single father (2011) and Broadchurch (2013). On New Year's Eve 2011, David married actress Georgia Moffett, whom he'd met when she was a guest star in Doctor Who playing the Doctor's "daughter" Jenny. Georgia is also the real-life daughter of Fifth Doctor actor Peter Davison, making the Tenth Doctor the Fifth Doctor's son-in-law, and the Doctor's daughter also his wife. David and Georgia have had two children together; these children now have Doctor Who for both their father and their grandfather! David's real surname is McDonald, but he changed his name to get into Equity, inspired by Pet Shop Boy singer Neil Tennant's surname (he changed his name to Tennant by deed poll in 2011 at Georgia's request). David's father Sandy appeared in the Doctor Who episode The Unicorn and the Wasp (2008).

Catherine Tate (Donna Noble) Born May 12 1968
Doctor Who credits
Played: Donna Noble in Doomsday (2006, as The Bride), The Runaway Bride (2006), Partners in Crime (2008), The Fires of Pompeii (2008), Planet of the Ood (2008), The Sontaran Stratagem/ The Poison Sky (2008), The Doctor's Daughter (2008), The Unicorn and the Wasp (2008), Silence in the Library/ Forest of the Dead (2008), Midnight (2008), Turn Left (2008), The Stolen Earth/ Journey's End (2008), The End of Time (2009-10)
Career highlights
Catherine's CV begins with Surgical Spirit in 1991, followed by Men Behaving Badly (1994), Barking (1998), London's Burning (1998), That Peter Kay Thing (2000), Harry Hill (2000), Attention Scum (2001), Big Train (1998-2002), Wild West (2002-04), Twisted Tales (2005), Bleak House (2005), Starter for 10 (2006), Scenes of a Sexual Nature (2006), Mrs Ratcliffe's Revolution (2007), Gulliver's Travels (2010), Monte Carlo (2011), Psychobitches (2012), Big School (2013-14) and Nativity 3: Dude, Where's My Donkey? (2014). She is most remembered for her own sketch show, The Catherine Tate Show, which ran between 2004-9, and more recently for playing Nellie Bertram in the US version of The Office (2011-13). She has also written comedy material for herself and for the various sketch shows she has appeared in, and directed her own Little Cracker in 2010 for Sky TV.
Facts
Catherine's sketch show was nominated for a BAFTA five times between 2005-11 and has won Best Comedy TV Actress at the British Comedy Awards twice (as well as being nominated a further three times). Her sketch show has also been nominated for an International Emmy Award. As a child Catherine suffered from an obsessive compulsive disorder.

Rakie Ayola (Hostess) Born May 1968
Career highlights
Debuted in Nightshift (1993), then found roles in Soldier Soldier (1993), Scarlett (1994), Tiger Bay (1997), London's Burning (2001), EastEnders (2001), Being April (2002), Canterbury Tales (2003), Sea of Souls (2004), Sahara (2005), My Almost Famous Family (2009), Black Mirror (2011), Dredd (2012) and Code of a Killer (2015). Rakie's regular roles include DC Helen Tomlin in Maisie Raine (1998-99) and Kyla Tyson in over 100 episodes of Holby City (2006-08).
Facts
Rakie is married to actor Adam Smethurst, son of comedy actor Jack Smethurst. In 2002 the BBC Wales arts programme she co-hosted, Double Yellow, was axed midway through its second series, and Rakie spoke out in anger against the decision.

Lesley Sharp (Sky Silvestry) Born Apr 3 1960
Career highlights
Debuted in Rita, Sue and Bob Too! (1987), then The Love Child (1988), The Rachel Papers (1989), Josie (1991), Close My Eyes (1991), Naked (1993), Dandelion Dead (1994), Priest (1994), The Full Monty (1997), The Moonstone (1997), Great Expectations (1999), From Hell (2001), Bob and Rose (2001), The Second Coming (2003), Vera Drake (2004), The Children (2008), Inkheart (2008), Cranford (2009), Whistle and I'll Come to You (2010), The Shadow Line (2011) and Slapper and Me (2015). Her regular roles include Petra Dillon in Frank Stubbs Promotes (1993-94), Christine Stranks in Common as Muck (1994/97), Theresa Mullen in Playing the Field (1998-2000), Trudy Graham in Clocking Off (2000-01), Alison Mundy in Afterlife (2005-06), Jan in Starlings (2012-13) and DC Janet Scott in Scott and Bailey (2011-14).
Facts
Lesley's been nominated for a BAFTA twice - for The Full Monty and Bob and Rose. She is married to actor Nicholas Gleaves, who appeared as a recurring character with her in Playing the Field and Scott and Bailey. Lesley was the product of an extramarital affair, born as Karen Makinson, but was adopted by the Sharp family at six weeks old. After researching her family tree in an edition of Who Do You Think You Are in 2013, she got to meet a brother and sister she never knew she had.

Lindsey Coulson (Val Cane) Born Jun 1960
Career highlights
Debuted in A Bear Behind in 1990, after which she secured the long-running role of Carol Jackson in soap EastEnders, the role for which she is best known - she was in the show between 1993-97, with returns in 1999 and then from 2010 onwards. She has appeared in over 870 episodes as of June 2015. Other work includes Out of Hours (1998), Clocking Off (2001), Paradise Heights (2002), Manchild (2002-03), MIT: Murder Investigation Team (2003-05), The Street (2006), New Tricks (2007) and Material Girl (2010).
Facts
Lindsey's sister-in-law is actress Patsy Palmer, who plays her daughter Bianca in EastEnders (Lindsey is married to Patsy's brother, psychotherapist Harry Harris). Lindsey's first husband was showbiz agent Philip Chard. She started out as a hairdresser for six years before going into acting.

Daniel Ryan (Biff Cane) Born 1968
Career highlights
Daniel debuted in The Law Lord (1992), followed by Resnick (1992/93), Lipstick on Your Collar (1993), The Governor (1996), Dangerfield (1998), Trial and Retribution (1997-98), Harbour Lights (1999), Men Only (2001), Bob and Rose (2001), Linda Green (2001-02), Holby City (2003), Steel River Blues (2004), Secret Smile (2005), The Street (2006), Hotel Babylon (2007), The Whistleblowers (2007), Sunshine (2008), Survivors (2008), Paradox (2009), Just William (2010), Candy Cabs (2011), Black Sea (2014) and Home Fires (2015). He also regularly played Dan in Mount Pleasant (2011-14).
Facts
Here's his Twitter.

Colin Morgan (Jethro Cane) Born Jan 1 1986
Career highlights
Colin made his debut in The Catherine Tate Christmas Special in 2007, followed by Parked (2010), Island (2011), Quirke (2014), The Fall (2014), Humans (2015) and Legend (2015). His most memorable role is the title character in 65 episodes of Merlin (2008-12).
Facts
Colin is both a vegetarian and lactose intolerant. In 2002 he took part in Irish TV's You're a Star, the winner of which would represent Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2003: he didn't win (Mickey Harte won, and came 11th in Eurovision). If you visit Warwick Castle you can see a £150,000 waxwork of Colin in the Camelot exhibition.

David Troughton (Professor Hobbes) Born Jun 9 1950
Doctor Who credits
Played: Guard in The Enemy of the World (1967-68, uncredited)
Played: Moor in The War Games (1969)
Played: King Peladon in The Curse of Peladon (1972)
Played: Professor Hobbes in Midnight (2008)
Career highlights
David - the son of Second Doctor Patrick Troughton - made his acting debut aged 13 in The Tin Whistle Man in 1963, then appeared in two of his father's Doctor Who stories until moving on to roles in The Regiment (1972), Wessex Tales (1973), David Copperfield (1974), Our Mutual Friend (1976), Survivors (1976), Crime and Punishment (1979), Smuggler (1981), Dance with a Stranger (1985), Bergerac (1989), Tales of Sherwood Forest (1989), Rab C Nesbitt (1990), Boon (1992), Bonjour la Classe (1993), Underworld (1997), Cider with Rosie (1998), Paradise Heights (2002), Trevor's World of Sport (2003), Jericho (2005), Outnumbered (2011), Father Brown (2014), The Interceptor (2015), Unforgotten (2015), Grantchester (2014-16), The Hollow Crown (2016), The Levelling (2016) and ChickLit (2016). David also enjoyed regular roles as Lieutenant Richard Bravington in Wings (1976-78), Dr Bob Buzzard in A Very Peculiar Practice (1986-88) and A Very Polish Practice (1992), Hurry Fenwick in Casualty 1906/1907/1909 (2006-09), Ricky Hanson in New Tricks (2006-09) and Stan Astill in The Cafe (2011-13). In 2014 he took over the role of Tony Archer in BBC radio soap The Archers, which had been played by Colin Skipp for 46 years.
Facts
David played his father's role of the Second Doctor in a 2011 BBC audio featuring Tom Baker's Fourth Doctor. Here's a quick Troughton dynasty rundown - David, who is married to actress Alison Groves, has an actor half-brother called Michael, while David's son Sam is also in the profession (memorably playing Much in the BBC's 21st century version of Robin Hood). Another son, Jim, is a professional cricket player, and last but not least there's William (Wigsy), who is also an actor. David's nephew (Michael's son) is Harry Melling, an actor best known as Dudley Dursley in the Harry Potter films. In the early 1970s David shared a flat with fellow actor Colin Baker, who would go on to become the Sixth Doctor and star opposite David's father in Doctor Who in 1985. Colin was also the best man at David and Alison's wedding, and is godfather to Sam Troughton. It's almost as involved as the Davison/ Tennant clan!
In 2014 Toby Hadoke released his Who's Round interview with David here.

Ayesha Antoine (Dee Dee Blasco) Born May 8 1981
Career highlights
Debuted in Grange Hill as Poppy Silver between 1995-98, then took work in Gadgetman (1996), The Bill (1996/2005), Placebo (2008), Mouth to Mouth (2009), Mongrels (2011) and Pompidou (2015). She also regularly played Rachel Baptiste in Holby City (2008-09).
Facts
In 1989, at the age of eight, Ayesha appeared on the Saturday morning kids' show Going Live! as part of a national talent search competition, singing and dancing to Salt 'n' Pepa's Express Yourself.

Duane Henry (Mechanic Claude) Born Mar 18 1985
Career highlights
Duane's first role was in The Hitch (2005), followed by Jericho (2005), Dubplate Drama (2007), Dream Team 80s (2006), Desperados (2007), The Oxford Murders (2008), Bonekickers (2008), Flick (2008), The Cut (2010), Ghosted (2011), W.E (2011), The Dark Knight Rises (2012) and Montana (2014).

Tony Bluto (Driver Joe)
Career highlights
After debuting in 1988's Stormy Monday, Tony appeared in Nightbreed (1990), Blood Rights (1990), Truly Madly Deeply (1990), Rides (1992), EastEnders (1993), Karaoke (1996), Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) (2000), 102 Dalmatians (2002), Redemption Road (2001, which he also wrote), The Long Firm (2004), Hotel Babylon (2007) and Pixelface (2011-12, as Mudd Troll).

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.

Alice Troughton (director) Born 1970
Doctor Who credits
Directed: Torchwood: Small Worlds (2006), Torchwood: Out of Time (2006), The Sarah Jane Adventures: Revenge of the Slitheen (2007), The Sarah Jane Adventures: Eye of the Gorgon (2007), The Doctor's Daughter (2008), Midnight (2008), The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Mad Woman in the Attic (2009), The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Gift (2009)
Career highlights
Alice - who is no relation to Second Doctor Patrick Troughton - started out credited as the assistant to the producer and director on The Misadventures of Margaret (1998), and made her directorial debut on Doctors in 2002. Other directing work includes Doris the Builder (2004, which she also wrote), Holby City (2004-05), No Angels (2006), EastEnders (2004-06), Casualty (2009), Silk (2012), Merlin (2009-12), Atlantis (2013), In the Flesh (2014) and Cucumber (2015).
Facts
Here's Alice on Twitter.

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 Raynor (script editor) Born Mar 27 1972
Doctor Who credits
Script edited: The Unquiet Dead, Dalek, The Empty Child/ The Doctor Dances, Bad Wolf/ The Parting of the Ways, The Christmas Invasion, New Earth, School Reunion, The Girl in the Fireplace, Rise of the Cybermen/ The Age of Steel, Army of Ghosts/ Doomsday, Blink, Silence in the Library/ Forest of the Dead, Midnight (2005-08)
Wrote: Torchwood: Ghost Machine (2006), Daleks in Manhattan/ Evolution of the Daleks (2007), Torchwood: To the Last Man (2008), The Sontaran Stratagem/ The Poison Sky (2008)
Career highlights
Helen started out as a script editor on the daytime soap Doctors (2002-03) before moving on to Doctor Who. She also script edited The Chatterley Affair in 2006. As a writer, Helen has written for Brief Encounters (2006), Primeval (2011), Baker Boys (2011) and Mr Selfridge (2015). She now writes for the stage.

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