premiered on BBC One
at 9:02pm, watched by 5.75 million viewers.
Science fiction drama. As the Torchwood team is reunited, Jack realises he is the most vulnerable man on Earth - and a flight to the USA turns into a desperate battle for survival.
Tipping Point: Lucky Stars: 21 Jul 2013 (Colin Baker)
premiered on ITV
This week, The X Factor favourite, Rylan Clark, comedian and impressionist, Debra Stephenson, and former Dr Who star, Colin Baker, will need quick wits and nerves of steel if they're to master the mechanical marvel.
will be 33 - 2 credits, including Journey Blue
in Into the Dalek
will be 48 - credited as Self
in The Science of Doctor Who(Factual)
Godfrey Godfrey, is an American comedian and actor who has appeared on BET, VH1, Comedy Central, and feature films, such as Soul Plane, Original Gangstas, Zoolander, and Johnson Family Vacation.
will be 53 - credited as Grant Mitchell
in Dimensions In Time(Misc)
Ross Kemp is best known for his role as Grant Mitchell in Eastenders. He has also presented a widely regarded documentary series Ross Kemp on Gangs.
will be 80 - 2 credits, including Brother
in The Masque of Mandragora
will be 85 - credited as Mrs Hardcourt
in The Empty Child / The Doctor Dances
Vilma Hollingbery is a British actress.
She has appeared in many TV programs and films since the 1960s, and is known for her appearances as Claudia Wren in Psychoville, and has also appeared in in A Touch of Frost, the 1980 film Babylon and The Bill, in which she has appeared six times as different characters.
will be 88 - 2 credits, including Marshal
in The Armageddon Factor
John Woodvine is an English stage and screen actor who has appeared in more than 70 theatre productions, as well as a similar number of television and film roles.
He played the Marshal in the 1979 Doctor Who story The Armageddon Factor
Woodvine also had a long career with the Royal Shakespeare Company, having appeared in 1976 opposite Ian McKellen and Judi Dench as Banquo in the acclaimed Trevor Nunn production of Macbeth, which was later recorded for television. He also appeared in the RSC's 1980 landmark production of The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, starring as the story's primary antagonist, Ralph Nickleby.
Woodvine frequently played police officers from early in his career, including in the British drama series Z Cars in the 1960s and Softly, Softly in the 1970s.
Woodvine played Macduff in the 20 September 1970 Play of the Month television broadcast of Macbeth and Chief Superintendent Ross in Edge of Darkness, and appeared in several episodes of the 1985 television adaptation of The Tripods.
His film roles include the 1981 John Landis film An American Werewolf in London. He also appeared in the Oscar-nominated 1972 Richard Attenborough film Young Winston.
(died 2001 aged 75) would be 92 - credited as Maitland
in The Sensorites
(died 1999 aged 53) - 7 credits, including Stunt Man
in The Sea Devils
Stuntman who appeared on Doctor Who in the early seventies.
(died 1998 aged 66) - 2 credits, including Bill Duggan
in The Wheel In Space
Kenneth Watson played the movie version of Jack Craddock in Daleks' Invasion Earth 2150 A.D.
He also played Bill Duggan in the Doctor Who story The Wheel in Space. Watson was booked to play the farmworker in the Doctor Who story The Time Monster, but was replaced by George Lee.
Appeared in over 100 TV dramas including The Bill, Wycliffe, High Road, Airline, Singles, Very Like a Whale, Grandad, The Professionals, Out of the Past, Buccaneer, ITV Playhouse, The Enigma Files, A Question of Guilt, Jukes of Piccadilly, Coronation Street, Bloomers, Murder at the Wedding, Hazell, The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin, Bernie, The Voyage of Charles Darwin, The Sandbaggers, The Morecambe & Wise Show, The Sweeney, Z Cars, Within These Walls, The New Avengers, Horse in the House, Three Piece Suite, Headmaster, The Phoenix and the Carpet, The King's Dragon, Blind Man's Bluff, Sky Pirates, George & Mildred, Crown Court, Emmerdale, Man About the House, Centre Play, Village Hall, Churchill's People, And Mother Makes Five, Cloud Burst, Funny Ha-Ha, Special Branch, Dixon of Dock Green, The Adventures of Black Beauty, Upstairs, Downstairs, Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em, The Onedin Line, Spy Trap, Whodunnit?, Pardon My Genie, The Brothers, The Protectors, Nothing But the Night, The Pathfinders, Holly, Follyfoot, New Scotland Yard, Budgie, Clochemerle, The Shadow of the Tower, Softly Softly: Task Force, Justice, Out of the Unknown, Hadleigh, Nearest and Dearest, ITV Sunday Night Theatre, The Flaxton Boys, Timeslip, No, That's Me Over Here!, A Stranger on the Hills, Take Three Girls, Dad's Army, Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased), Public Eye, The First Lady, The Gold Robbers, Castors Away!, The Revenue Men, Armchair Thriller, Dr. Finlay's Casebook, King of the River, The Heart of Midlothian, Orlando, R3, ITV Play of the Week, First Men in the Moon, Taxi!, Man of the World, Out of This World, Galileo, Doctor Faustus, Mill of Secrets, Formula for Danger, The Gentle Flame, Emergency-Ward 10, Kidnapped
(died 1996 aged 71) - credited as Padmasambhava
in The Abominable Snowmen
Wolfe Morris was a British film and television actor.
He played Padmasambhava in the Doctor Who serial The Abominable Snowmen.
He played character roles on stage, television and in feature films from the 1950s until the 1990s. He made his film debut in Ill Met by Moonlight. His grandparents were from Kiev and escaped the Russian pogroms, arriving in London in about 1890. The family moved to Portsmouth at the turn of the century. Morris was one of nine children born to Morry and Becky Morris. His younger brother, Aubrey Morris, is also an accomplished actor. His daughter Shona Morris became a stage actress.
In his career, spanning five decades, Morris appeared in almost 90 different films and TV shows, as well as appearing in numerous stage plays as a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company. His best-known role on television was as Thomas Cromwell in The Six Wives of Henry VIII. In preparation for it, he visited a number of English castles to study the characters' portraits. In 1968, he played Gollum in the BBC Radio dramatisation of The Hobbit. In 1975 Morris appeared alongside his younger brother Aubrey in The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother.