Cast: Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, John Benfield, Neville Watchurst, John Banks, Susan Brown, Toby Longworth, Alex Lowe.
One of the reasons Doctor Who worked in the classic series and continues to do so in the modern age, is because the people behind it were not afraid to be politically adventurous, to put in a story line that will rock the minds of certain bodies, institutions and Government to its core; it might not be as damning as television series as Death on the Rock, A Very British Coup, Hillsborough or Edge of Darkness but in its early evening television slot way it was just as hard hitting and made the viewer think about humanity’s place in the world and the political agenda it found itself in.
Cast: Christopher Benjamin, Trevor Baxter, Lisa Bowerman, Conrad Asquith, Toby Longworth, Matt Steer, Alex Lowe, John Banks, Alex Mallinson.
The final episode of Jago & Litefoot’s adventures, at least for as season one goes, sees the common thread of the machinations of Doctor Tulp finally revealed and for Gordon Henry Jago and Professor Litefoot it is a case that brings danger to the front door of the two friends and amateur detectives.
Cast: Trevor Baxter, Christopher Benjamin, Lisa Bowerman, Robin Bowerman, Alex Lowe, John Banks, Conrad Asquith, Toby Longworth, Alex Mallinson.
There have been many notable characters in the world of Doctor Who. Aside from the Doctor himself and his ever changing roster of travelling companions, there have been very few that have touched the fan base as Henry Gordon Jago and Professor George Litefoot did. First introduced in the Tom Baker era, Jago and Litefoot live again in the first series box set of which The BloodlessSoldieris a colourful re-introduction of two of the larger than life characters that call Victorian London their home.