Series 4

The Doctor is reunited with runaway bride Donna Noble. Together they embark on a journey that will end in a battle with the Daleks to prevent the destruction of reality itself.

Partners in Crime:

About

  • Broadcast: 5 April 2008
  • Viewers: 9.14m

Synopsis

Donna Noble is determined to find the Doctor again – even if it means braving the villainous Miss Foster and her hordes of sinister Adipose. But when the alien threat escalates out of control, can Donna find her Time Lord before the march of the Adipose begins?

Credits

Written by Russell T. Davies
Directed by James Strong

The Doctor – David Tennant
Donna Noble – Catherine Tate
Miss Foster – Sarah Lancashire
Wilfred Mott – Bernard Cribbins
Sylvia Noble – Jacqueline King
Penny Carter – Verona Joseph
Stacey Harris – Jessica Gunning
Roger Davey – Martin Ball
Craig Staniland – Rachid Sabitri
Clare Pope – Chandra Ruegg
Suzette Chambers – Sue Kelvin
Taxi Driver – Jonathan Stratt

The Fires of Pompei:

About

  • Broadcast: 12 April 2008
  • Viewers: 9.04m

Synopsis

The Doctor and Donna travel back into ancient history. When they arrive in 79AD, however, they discover psychic powers and beasts of stone running riot in the streets of old Pompeii. The time-travellers face their greatest challenge yet – can established history be changed, or must the Doctor let everyone die?

Credits

Written by James Moran
Directed by Colin Teague

The Doctor – David Tennant
Donna Noble – Catherine Tate
Stallholder – Phil Cornwell
Soothsayer – Karen Gillan
Spurrina – Sasha Behar
Thalina – Lorraine Burroughs
Caecilius – Peter Capaldi
Metella – Tracey Childs
Evelina – Francesca Fowler
Quintus – Francois Pandolfo
High Priestess – Victoria Wicks
Major Domo – Gerard Bell
Lucius – Phil Davis

Planet of the Ood:

About

  • Broadcast: 12 April 2008
  • Viewers: 9.04m

Synopsis

The Doctor takes Donna to her first alien world – but the Ood-Sphere reveals some terrible truths about the human race.

Credits

Written by Keith Temple
Directed by Graeme Harper

The Doctor – David Tennant
Donna Noble – Catherine Tate
Mr Halpern – Tim McIinnerny
Solana Mercurio – Ayesha Dharker
Dr Ryder – Adrian Rawlins
Commander Kess – Roger Griffiths
Mr Bartle – Paul Clayton
Ood Sigma – Paul Kasey
Rep – Tariq Jordan

The Sontaran Stratagem/The Poisen Sky:

About

  • Broadcast: 26 April/3 May 2008
  • Viewers: 7.06m/6.53m

Synopsis

PART ONE
Martha Jones summons the Doctor back to modern-day Earth, but an old enemy lies in wait. With the mysterious ATMOS devices spreading across the world, Donna discovers that even her own family is not safe from the alien threat – but is it too late to save them?

PART TWO
The Sontarans activate their masterplan and begin to choke the whole of planet Earth. UNIT is left defenceless, with a traitor in their ranks. And as interplanetary war edges closer, the Doctor has to fight to keep both Martha and Donna alive – but will he have to make the ultimate sacrifice?

Credits

Written by Helen Raynor
Directed by Douglas Mackinnon

The Doctor – David Tennant
Donna Noble – Catherine Tate
Martha Jones – Freema Agyeman
Wilfred Mott – Bernard Cribbins
Sylvia Noble – Jacqueline King
Luke Rattigan – Ryan Sampson
Colonel Mace – Rupert Holliday Evans
General Staal – Christopher Ryan
Commander Skorr – Dan Starkey
Jo Nakashima – Eleanor Matsuura
Private Harris – Clive Standen
Private Gray – Wesley Theobald
Ross Jenkins – Christian Cooke
Worker – Rad Kaim
Atmos Voice – Elizabeth Ryder
Male Student – Leeshon Alexander
Captain Price – Bridget Hodson
Herself – Kirsty Wark
US Newsreader – Lachele Carl
Rose Tyler – Billie Piper

The Doctor’s Daughter:
 

About

  • Broadcast: 10 May 2008
  • Viewers: 7.33m

Synopsis

The Doctor meets the most important woman of his life on the distant planet Messaline, in the middle of an endless war. But as General Cobb threatens genocide, and Martha is kidnapped by the Hath, the Doctor faces an even greater battle – can he find peace with his own child?

Credits

Written by Stephen Greenhorn
Directed by Alice Troughton

The Doctor – David Tennant
Donna Noble – Catherine Tate
Martha Jones – Freema Agyeman
Jenny – Georgia Moffett
Cobb – Nigel Terry
Cline – Joe Dempsie
Hath Peck – Paul Kasey
Hath Gable – Ruari Mears
Carter – Akin Gazi

Soldier – Olalekan Lawal Jr

The Unicorn and The Wasp:

About

  • Broadcast: 17 May 2008
  • Viewers: 8.41m

Synopsis

In 1926, Agatha Christie disappeared for 10 days. Was it amnesia? A nervous breakdown? Or a Giant Alien Wasp..? The Doctor and Donna join forces with the world’s most famous crime novelist to encounter a body in the library, poisoned cocktails and a Vespiform seeking revenge.

Credits

Written by Gareth Roberts
Directed by Graeme Harper

The Doctor – David Tennant
Donna Noble – Catherine Tate
Agatha Christie – Fenella Woolgar
Lady Eddison – Felicity Kendal
Reverend Golightly – Tom Goodman-Hill
Colonel Hugh – Christopher Benjamin
Robina Redmond – Felicity Jones
Roger Curbishley – Adam Rayner
Greeves – David Quilter
Davenport – Daniel King
Professor Peach – Ian Barritt
Miss Chandrakala – Leena Dhingra
Mrs Hart – Charlotte Eaton

Silence in The Library/Planet of the Dead:

About

  • Broadcast: 31 May/7 June 2008
  • Viewers: 6.27m/7.84m

Synopsis

PART ONE
One hundred years ago, the universe’s greatest library was sealed off, leaving only one warning: “Count the shadows”. But now, the shadows are moving again. The Doctor and Donna must uncover the terrible truth behind the Nodes and the horrifying Data Ghost, to find the library’s secret.

PART TWO
As the shadows rise and march, the Doctor forges an alliance with the mysterious River Song. But can anyone stop the Vashta Nerada? While the Doctor discovers long-buried secrets and revelations about his own future, the sinister Nodes declare that Donna is doomed.

Credits

Written by Steven Moffat
Directed by Euros Lyn

The Doctor – David Tennant
Donna Noble – Catherine Tate
Professor River Song – Alex Kingston
Dr Moon – Colin Salmon
The Girl – Eve Newton
Dad – Mark Dexter
Node 1 – Sarah Niles
Node 2 – Joshua Dallas
Anita – Jessika Williams
Strackman Lux – Steve Pemberton
Miss Evangelista – Talulah Riley
Other Dave – O-T Fagbenle
Proper Dave – Harry Peacock
Lee – Jason Pitt
Man – Jonathan Reuben
Ella – Eloise Rakic-Platt
Joshua – Alex Midwood

Midnight:
 

About

  • Broadcast: 14 June 2008
  • Viewers: 8.05m

Synopsis

The Doctor is trapped, alone, powerless and terrified, on the planet Midnight. Soon, the knocking on the wall begins. Only a woman called Sky seems to know the truth – but as paranoia turns into a witch-hunt, Sky turns the Doctor’s greatest strengths against him, and a sacrifice must be made…

Credits

Written by Russell T. Davies
Directed by Alice Troughton

The Doctor – David Tennant
Donna Noble – Catherine Tate
Sky Silvestry – Lesley Sharp
Hostess – Rakie Ayola
Professor Hobbes – David Troughton
Dee Dee Blasco – Ayesha Antoine
Val Cane – Lindsey Coulson
Biff Cane – Daniel Ryan
Jethro Cane – Colin Morgan
Driver Joe – Tony Bluto

Mechanic Claude – Duane Henry

Turn Left:

About

  • Broadcast: 21 June 2008
  • Viewers: 8.09m

Synopsis

Donna’s entire world collapses, but there’s no sign of the Doctor. Instead, she finds help from a mysterious blonde woman – a traveller from a parallel universe. But, as Donna and Rose Tyler combine forces, are they too late to save the whole of creation from the approaching darkness?

Credits

Written by Russell T. Davies
Directed by Graeme Harper

The Doctor – David Tennant
Donna Noble – Catherine Tate
Billie Piper – Rose Tyler
Wilfred Mott – Bernard Cribbins
Sylvia Noble – Jacqueline King
Rocco Colasanto – Joseph Long
Capt. Magambo – Noma Dumezweni
Fortune Teller – Chipo Chung
Mooky Kahari – Marcia Lecky
Veena Brady – Suzann McLean
Alice Coltrane – Natalie Walter
Man In Pub – Neil Clench
UNIT Soldier – Clive Standen
Jival Chowdry – Bhasker Patel
Female Reporter – Catherine York
Morgernstern – Ben Righton
Spanish Maid – Loraine Velez
Studio News Reader – Jason Mohammad
Housing Officer – Sanchia McCormack
Soldier #1 – Lawrence Stevenson
Woman in Doorway – Terri-Ann Brumby
Trinity Wells – Lachele Carl
Soldier #2 – Paul Richard Biggin

The Stolen Earth/Jorneys End:

About

  • Broadcast: 28 June/5th July 2008
  • Viewers: 8.78m/10.57m

Synopsis

PART ONE
Earth’s greatest heroes assemble in a time of dire need. But can the Doctor’s secret army defeat the might of the new Dalek Empire? With battles on the streets and in the skies, the Doctor and Donna must brave the Shadow Proclamation to find out the truth. However, a fearsome old enemy waits in the shadows…

PART TWO
The entire universe is in danger as the Daleks activate their masterplan. The Doctor is helpless, and even the Tardis faces destruction. The only hope lies with the Doctor’s secret army of companions – but as they join forces to battle Davros himself, the prophecy declares that one of them will die.

Credits

Written by Russell T. Davies
Directed by Graeme Harper

The Doctor – David Tennant
Donna Noble – Catherine Tate
Rose Tyler – Billie Piper
Martha Jones – Freema Agyeman
Captain Jack Harkness – John Barrowman
Sarah Jane Smith – Elisabeth Sladen
Jackie Tyler – Camille Coduri
Mickey Smith – Noel Clarke
Harriet Jones – Penelope Wilton
Ianto Jones – Gareth David-Lloyd
Gwen Cooper – Eve Myles
Luke Smith – Thomas Knight
Wilfred Mott – Bernard Cribbins
Sylvia Noble – Jacqueline King
Francine Jones – Adjoa Andoh
Davros – Julian Bleach
General Sanchez – Michael Brandon
Suzanne – Andrea Harris
Trinity Wells – Lachele Carl
Himself- Richard Dawkins
Himself – Paul O’Grady
Drunk Man – Marcus Cunningham
Newsreader – Jason Mohammad
Judoon – Paul Kasey
Shadow Architect- Kelly Hunter
Albino Servant – Amy Beth Hayes
Scared Man – Gary Milner
German Woman -Valda Aviks
Scared Woman – Shobu Kapoor
Chinese Woman – Elizabeth Tan
Liberian Man – Michael Price
Dalek Operators – Barney Edwards, Nick Pegg, David Hankinson, Anthony Sparg

Dalek Voice – Nicholas Briggs
Voice of K-9 – John Leeson
Voice of Mr Smith – Alexander Armstrong

Daleks and Davros created by Terry Nation

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