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Tagged Richard Clark

Suranne Jones Cast!

Former Sarah Jane Adventures guest star and Coronation Street actress Suranne Jones has been cast in Neil Gaiman’s episode of Doctor Who’s 2011 season! With production on the episode (directed by Richard Clark) starting this week, details have been revealed that Jones – soon to appear on BBC One with David Tennant in Single Father…

Daniel Mays Cast

Various new names cast in Series 6 of Doctor Who have emerged over the past few days as shooting begins on the first production block. Most notable is Daniel Mays, most recently seen as the evil DCI Jim Keats in the final series of Ashes to Ashes. You might also have seen him in Top…

Director Tweets Teasers

Doctor Who director Richard Clark – responsible for the first recording block of 2011’s Series 6 – has teased fans online with tweets from the set. Clark is in charge of two episodes; one is Neil Gaiman’s highly anticipated entry into the Doctor Who universe, while the second is believed to be by Mark Gatiss…

Series 6 Shooting Begins!

Shooting has commenced this morning in Cardiff for the 2011 series of Doctor Who, reports GallifreyNewsBase. Apparently the first episodes to be produced will be 3 and 4 – these are directed by Richard Clark who previously directed 2007’s Gridlock and The Lazarus Experiment, and include the much-anticipated episode by fantasy author Neil Gaiman, as…

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