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Unsilent Library Appendix

Appendix: New Doctor Who Episodes

and Regular Cast and Crew

(This list includes only episodes broadcast as Doctor Who between 26 March 2005 and 1 January 2009. With the exception of one story in which the Doctor guest stars, it does not include episodes of Torchwood or The Sarah Jane Adventures. Interactive episodes, novels, short stories and comics are not included.)

Episodes

(All episodes are 45 minutes in duration, except where stated.)

Series One (2005)

S1E1: “Rose”

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: Keith Boak

First broadcast: 26 March 2005

S1E2: “The End of the World”

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: Euros Lyn

First broadcast: 2 April 2005

S1E3: “The Unquiet Dead”

Writer: Mark Gatiss                                  Director: Euros Lyn

First broadcast: 9 April 2005

S1E4: “Aliens of London”

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: Keith Boak

First broadcast: 16 April 2005

S1E5: “World War Three”

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: Keith Boak

First broadcast: 23 April 2005

Conclusion of story begun in “Aliens of London”

S1E6: “Dalek”

Writer: Robert Shearman                        Director: Joe Ahearne

First broadcast: 30 April 2005

S1E7: “The Long Game”

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: Brian Grant

First broadcast: 7 May 2005

S1E8: “Father’s Day”

Writer: Paul Cornell                                   Director: Joe Ahearne

First broadcast: 14 May 2005

S1E9: “The Empty Child”

Writer: Steven Moffat                               Director: James Hawes

First broadcast: 21 May 2005

S1E10: “The Doctor Dances”

Writer: Steven Moffat                               Director: James Hawes

First broadcast: 28 May 2005

Conclusion of story begun in “The Empty Child”

S1E11: “Boom Town”

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: Joe Ahearne

First broadcast: 4 June 2005

S1E12: “Bad Wolf”

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: Joe Ahearne

First broadcast: 11 June 2005

S1E13: “The Parting of the Ways”

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: Joe Ahearne

First broadcast: 18 June 2005

Conclusion of story begun in “Bad Wolf”

2005 Children in Need Special

Untitled

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: Euros Lyn

First broadcast: 18 November 2005

Duration: 7 minutes

2005 Christmas Special

“The Christmas Invasion”

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: James Hawes

First broadcast: 25 December 2005

Duration: 60 minutes

Series Two (2006)

S2E1: “New Earth”

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: James Hawes

First broadcast: 15 April 2006

S2E2: “Tooth and Claw”

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: Euros Lyn

First broadcast: 22 April 2006

S2E3: “School Reunion”

Writer: Toby Whithouse                         Director: James Hawes

First broadcast: 29 April 2006

S2E4: “The Girl in the Fireplace”

Writer: Steven Moffat                               Director: Euros Lyn

First broadcast: 6 May 2006

S2E5: “Rise of the Cybermen”

Writer: Tom MacRae                                 Director: Graeme Harper

First broadcast: 13 May 2006

S2E6: “The Age of Steel”

Writer: Tom MacRae                                 Director: Graeme Harper

First broadcast: 20 May 2006

Conclusion of story begun in “Rise of the Cybermen”

S2E7: “The Idiot’s Lantern”

Writer: Mark Gatiss                                  Director: Euros Lyn

First broadcast: 27 May 2006

S2E8: “The Impossible Planet”

Writer: Matt Jones                                     Director: James Strong

First broadcast: 3 June 2006

S2E9: “The Satan Pit”

Writer: Matt Jones                                     Director: James Strong

First broadcast: 10 June 2006

Conclusion of story begun in “The Impossible Planet”

S2E10: “Love & Monsters”

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: Dan Zeff

First broadcast: 17 June 2006

S2E11: “Fear Her”

Writer: Matthew Graham                         Director: Euros Lyn

First broadcast: 24 June 2006

S2E12: “Army of Ghosts”

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: Graeme Harper

First broadcast: 1 July 2006

S2E13: “Doomsday”

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: Graeme Harper

First broadcast: 8 July 2006

Conclusion of story begun in “Army of Ghosts”

2006 Christmas Special

“The Runaway Bride”

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: Euros Lyn

First broadcast: 25 December 2006

Duration: 60 minutes

Series Three (2007)

S3E1: “Smith and Jones”

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: Charles Palmer

First broadcast: 31 March 2007

S3E2: “The Shakespeare Code”

Writer: Gareth Roberts                            Director: Charles Palmer

First broadcast: 7 April 2007

S3E3: “Gridlock”

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: Richard Clark

First broadcast: 14 April 2007

S3E4: “Daleks in Manhattan”

Writer: Helen Raynor                               Director: James Strong

First broadcast: 21 April 2007

S3E5: “Evolution of the Daleks”

Writer: Helen Raynor                               Director: James Strong

First broadcast: 28 April 2007

Conclusion of story begun in “Daleks in Manhattan”

Animated episode

“The Infinite Quest”

Writer: Alan Barnes                                  Director: Gary Russell

First broadcast: 2 April – 29 April 2007

Series Three (contd.)

S3E6: “The Lazarus Experiment”

Writer: Stephen Greenhorn                    Director: Richard Clark

First broadcast: 5 May 2007

S3E7: “42”

Writer: Chris Chibnall                              Director: Graeme Harper

First broadcast: 19 May 2007

S3E8: “Human Nature”

Writer: Paul Cornell                                   Director: Charles Palmer

First broadcast: 26 May 2007

S3E9: “The Family of Blood”

Writer: Paul Cornell                                   Director: Charles Palmer

First broadcast: 2 June 2007

Conclusion of story begun in “Human Nature”

S3E10: “Blink”

Writer: Steven Moffat                               Director: Hettie MacDonald

First broadcast: 9 June 2007

S3E11: “Utopia”

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: Graeme Harper

First broadcast: 16 June 2007

S3E12: “The Sound of Drums”

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: Colin Teague

First broadcast: 23 June 2007

Continuation of story begun in “Utopia”

S3E13: “Last of the Time Lords”

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: Colin Teague

First broadcast: 30 June 2007

Conclusion of story begun in “Utopia”

Duration: 50 minutes

2007 Children in Need Special

“Time Crash”

Writer: Steven Moffat                               Director: Graeme Harper

First broadcast: 16 November 2007

Duration: 8 minutes

2007 Christmas Special

“Voyage of the Damned”

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: James Strong

First broadcast: 25 December 2007

Duration: 70 minutes

Series Four (2008)

S4E1: “Partners in Crime”

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: James Strong

First broadcast: 5 April 2008

Duration: 50 minutes

S4E2: “The Fires of Pompeii”

Writer: James Moran                                 Director: Colin Teague

First broadcast: 12 April 2008

Duration: 50 minutes

S4E3: “Planet of the Ood”

Writer: Keith Temple                                Director: Graeme Harper

First broadcast: 19 April 2008

S4E4: “The Sontaran Stratagem”

Writer: Helen Raynor                               Director: Douglas Mackinnon

First broadcast: 26 April 2008

S4E5: “The Poison Sky”

Writer: Helen Raynor                               Director: Douglas Mackinnon

First broadcast: 3 May 2008

Conclusion of story begun in “The Sontaran Stratagem”

S4E6: “The Doctor’s Daughter”

Writer: Stephen Greenhorn                    Director: Alice Troughton

First broadcast: 10 May 2008

S4E7: “The Unicorn and the Wasp”

Writer: Gareth Roberts                            Director: Graeme Harper

First broadcast: 17 May 2008

S4E8: “Silence in the Library”

Writer: Stephen Moffat                             Director: Euros Lyn

First broadcast: 31 May 2008

S4E9: “Forest of the Dead”

Writer: Stephen Moffat                             Director: Euros Lyn

First broadcast: 7 June 2008

Conclusion of story begun in “Silence in the Library”

S4E10: “Midnight”

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: Alice Troughton

First broadcast: 14 June 2008

S4E11: “Turn Left”

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: Graeme Harper

First broadcast: 21 June 2008

S4E12: “The Stolen Earth”

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: Graeme Harper

First broadcast: 28 June 2008

Continuation of story begun in “Turn Left”

S4E13: “Journey’s End”

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: Graeme Harper

First broadcast: 5 July 2008

Conclusion of story begun in “Turn Left”

Duration: 65 minutes

2008 Christmas Special

“The Next Doctor”

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: Andy Goddard

First broadcast: 25 December 2008

Duration: 60 minutes

2008 Proms Special

“Music of the Spheres”

Writer: Russell T. Davies                         Director: Euros Lyn

First broadcast: 1 January 2009 (Internet release 27 July 2008)

Duration: 7 minutes

2009 Specials

2009Sp1: “Planet of the Dead”

Writers: Russell T. Davies and Gareth Roberts  

Director: James Strong

First broadcast: 11 April 2009

Duration: 60 minutes

2009Sp2: “The Waters of Mars”

Writers: Russell T. Davies and Phil Ford             

Director: Graeme Harper

First broadcast: 15 November 2009

Duration: 60 minutes

The Sarah Jane Adventures

“The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith”

Writer: Gareth Roberts                            Director: Joss Agnew

First broadcast: Part 1 – 29 October 2009; Part 2 – 30 October 2009

Duration: 2 30-minute episodes

2009 Specials (contd.)

2009Sp3: “Dreamland”

Writer: Phil Ford                                       Director: Gary Russell

First broadcast as one episode: 5 December 2009 (Internet/Red Button release of one 12 minute and five 6-minute segments 21-27 November 2009)

Animated episode

2009Sp4: “The End of Time”

Writers: Russell T. Davies                       Director: Euros Lyn

First broadcast: Part 1 – 25 December 2009; Part 2 – 1 January 2010

Duration: Part 1 – 60 minutes; Part 2 – 75 minutes

Regular cast

The Ninth Doctor                     Christopher Eccleston

The Tenth Doctor                     David Tennant

The Fifth Doctor                      Peter Davison

The Eleventh Doctor               Matt Smith

Rose Tyler                                  Billie Piper

Mickey Smith                            Noel Clarke

Adam Mitchell                           Bruno Langley

Captain Jack Harkness            John Barrowman

Donna Noble                              Catherine Tate

Martha Jones                             Freema Agyeman

Sarah Jane Smith                       Elisabeth Sladen

Jackie Tyler                                Camille Coduri

Pete Tyler                                   Shaun Dingwall

Francine Jones                          Adjoa Andoh

Tish Jones                                  Gugu Mbatha-Raw

Sylvia Noble                               Jacqueline King

Wilfred Mott                              Bernard Cribbins

The Master                                 John Simm

Production Crew

Russell T. Davies                                        Executive Producer, “Rose” – “The End of Time”

Julie Gardner                                               Executive Producer, “Rose” – “The End of Time”

Phil Collinson                                              Producer, “Rose” – “42”, “Blink” – “ Journey’s End”

Susie Liggat                                                  Producer, “Human Nature”, “The Family of Blood”, “The Next Doctor”

Tracie Simpson                                           Producer, “Planet of the Dead”, “The End of Time”

Nikki Smith/Nikki Wilson                      Producer, “The Waters of Mars”, The Sarah Jane Adventures, Series Three

Note: Tracie Simpson was credited as Producer on “The End of Time”, but actual line producer duties were carried out by Julie Gardner.