Saturday, 28 May 2016

119 The Savages: Episode One

EPISODE: The Savages: Episode One
TRANSMITTED: Saturday 28 May 1966
WRITER: Ian Stuart Black
DIRECTOR: Christopher Barry
PRODUCER: Innes Lloyd
RATINGS: 4.8 million viewers
FORMAT: CD: Doctor Who: The Lost TV Episodes Collection: No. 2
TELESNAPS: The Savages: Episode One

"We have learned how to transfer the energy of life directly to ourselves. We can tap it at its source. It is as though we were able to recharge ourselves with life's vital force!"

The Doctor believes they have arrived in the distant future in an age of peace and prosperity. Exploring & taking readings, the Doctor is being watched by a couple of men dressed in animal skins. A similar man stalks Dodo while Steven seeks the Doctor. The savages watching the Doctor, Chal & Tor, are scared of him and don't know whether to approach but then the Doctor is met by a couple of soldiers, Captain Edal and Exorse. Their elders have been expecting the Doctor and they take him to the city. Several Savages chase Steven & Dodo, but are beaten off by the soldiers from the city who escort Dodo & Steven to the city. The Doctor is introduced to Jano, the lead elder, who says he is honoured to meet the Doctor giving him and his newly arrived companions gifts. Edal and Exorse are outside on patrol. Exorse captures a savage Nanina whom Chal offers himself in exchange for, but Exorse takes the girl away. The Doctor enquires of the Elders and discovers they have found a way to tap into life's vital force and absorb the energy themselves. Steven & Dodo are given a tour of the city by young people Avon & Flower, but their guides do not want to talk about the Savages. Nanina is brought into the city but Dodo sees her and tries to follow. Nanina is taken to the chief scientist Senta. He has been working on a weak and disorientated male Savage who is taken away for release, while Nanina is strapped down and taken into a laboratory. Dodo slips away from the tour but is confronted by a Savage in the corridors.

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The first thing that strikes me about this episode is that it's easily the clearest recording so far which makes a huge difference! A quick peak at Wiped! Doctor Who's Missing Episodes reveals it's a Graham Strong recording, which are the best versions available for most of the remaining stories with missing episodes. It also helps that from this point there are Telesnaps available for us to look at. This is the first story with missing episodes since John Cura was recommissioned by the production team to take telesnaps after the interregnum while John Wiles was in charge.

Onto the episode itself: Not bad at all, apart from one unintentionally hilarious line. When The Doctor encounters Edal and Exorse they don't expect him to be carrying a weapon. He corrects them saying

"This is my reacting vibrator"
and at that point, being completely juvenile, I wet myself laughing.

The real surprise here is that the Elders are expecting the Doctor's visit to their unnamed planet:

JANO: We are honoured by your visit. The whole city looks upon you with admiration. Let me introduce myself. I am Jano, leader of the council of Elders. These are my councillors. We have all known about you for a long time. Look, we have charted your voyages from galaxy to galaxy and from age to age, but we never thought that we would meet you face to face. This is a great moment in our history. To mark our admiration, we would be pleased if you would accept the office of one of our high Elders.
DOCTOR: Well, my dear sir, that's very good of you. Yes, yes, very good of you indeed. Yes, I don't remember being so highly honoured before like this anywhere I've been.
JANO: We recognise in you the greatest specialist in time-space exploration. You have taken this branch of learning far beyond our elementary calculations.
DOCTOR: Oh, come, come, my dear sir. I know that you've been very responsible for vast scientific research. And at the same time, I always knew a race existed of great intelligence in this segment of the universe.
Our first sign that something isn't right comes from those who are living outside the city when we see the guards stalking them:
CHAL: They have begun hunting.
TOR: We must warn our people.
CHAL: Nanina, go back to the caves. Tell the families to hide.
NANINA: But what of you, Chal?
CHAL: We will be safe, we will warn the others. Nanina, take care in the craters.
TOR: I cannot see her. She must have got away.
CHAL: She has not crossed the ravine yet. She is still hiding.
TOR: Can you see the hunter?
CHAL: He is going into the ravine.
CHAL: He is over there. And Nanina?
TOR: She is there too.
CHAL: Nanina!
CHAL: Nanina! Not that way!
TOR: He has taken her.
Then as the Doctor talks to the Elder's leader Jano their conversation takes an increasingly sinister turn as he gets a hint that something is rotten at the heart of the city and given clues as to how the Elders acquire their energy.
JANO: Life preys on other forms of life, as you know, Doctor. Wild beasts live on other animals. Mankind must have food, water, and oxygen.
DOCTOR: Oh, yes, it's quite obvious to the meanest intellect that, well, how can I say, that you've found a much more effective source of energy.
JANO: That is true, Doctor. We have learned how to transfer the energy of life directly to ourselves. We can tap it at its source. It is as though we were able to recharge ourselves with life's vital force.
JANO: The energy of life which we accumulate we store in vats such as these. Then, when the Elders decide that some member of the community needs new force, we can transfer that energy directly.
DOCTOR: To a member of your community.
JANO: Exactly. We can give ourselves new power.
DOCTOR: Yes. Of course, you need a very high form of life to make this source effective.
JANO: That is true, Doctor. We absorb only a very special form of animal vitality.
JANO: Doctor, do you realise that with our knowledge, we can make the brave man braver, the wise man wiser, the strong man stronger. We can make the beautiful girl more beautiful still. You will see the advantages of that in the perfection of our race.
At the moment there's only hints as to just where they're getting this life energy from but it's not hard to put 2 and 2 together here. Already this feels a very different show from the Gunfighters, much more adult and serious.

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Doctor Who & quarries is a bit of a cliché and while this isn't the first time ones been used in Doctor Who, see Dalek Invasion of Earth where the quarry *is* a quarry, this story marks the first time a quarry is used as an alien landscape. One of the locations used is Callow Hill Sandpit. Now returned to it's natural state, this location, which is just North of the railway line between Virginia Water & Egham is the closest location to Royal Holloway College, University of London, where I was at University when it was Royal Holloway & Bedford New College. So hello to any RHBNC graduates and especially the IFIS members reading. Royal Holloway itself has been used as a film location many times cropping up on MacGuyver, Midsomer Murders and QI. It would have hosted the 1993 Doctor Who 30th Anniversary Special, The Dark Dimension, which was sadly cancelled.

Confusingly there are not one but two quarry locations in this story with Shire Lane Quarry in Chalfont St Peter serving as well. Due to the paucity of location photos and neither location still being in existence it's hard to say which was used for which! A Brief History Of Time (Travel) thinks Callow Hill was the ravine location, presumably where Exorse captures Nanina, but Locations.Net thinks that was filmed at Chalfont St Peter! Paperwork for the Gunfighters indicates that the Callow Hill location was used there so it's reasonable to assume that the shots of the Savage on the Tardis scanner at the end of last episode and start of this, seen above left, are probably filmed in Egham and the slope terrain shown there would match what's in the local area.

Resorting to my copy of Doctor Who on Location (Dr Who) by Richard Bignell as the arbiter for this matter I read that Callow Hill in Egham is the major location for this story in episodes 1, 3 & 4 with Shire Lane being used in episode one for the scenes of Exorse stalking Narina.

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As with several Doctor Who stories IMDB says there a number of extras in episode 1 who don't appear in the rest of the story. I've started to take that with a pinch of salt for various reasons as it does appear they logged the extras for the entire story against one episode. So you mileage may vary as to if the following actually appear in this episode!

There's several Elders listed on IMDB. We can see a crowd of them in some of the telesnaps making it likely that they are in this episode and one of them, Bartlett Mullins, has actually had a credited role in Doctor Who: he was the Second Elder in the third, fourth and fifth episodes of The Sensorites: Hidden Danger, A Race Against Death and Kidnap. Royston Farrell was previously a Guardian in The Ark episodes 3 & 4: The Return & The Bomb. He'll be back as a Technician in The Seeds of Death episode one & two, a credited Technician in The Claws of Axos episode four and a Guard in The Curse of Peladon episode one. Fiona Fraser is back next story in episode 1 of The War Machines as an Inferno Customer while Nicholas Edwards takes only slightly longer to reappear when he plays a Technician in The Tenth Planet Episodes 1 & 2. Lionel Wheeler doesn't have any further Doctor Who to his name but is in Moonbase 3, another series with origins in the Doctor Who office, as a Technician in Castor and Pollux.

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There are some child and savage extras listed, who I think don't show up till later episodes, but they've got nothing on their CV that interests us. There's a number of extras that do have Doctor Who and other sci fi credits, and some reoccur quite regularly:

This is a first Doctor Who for Keith Ashley. He'll be back as, all uncredited unless stated, a Firing Squad Member in The War Games episode one, a Technician in Doctor Who and the Silurians episodes 1, 2, 6 & 7, a Villager in The Dæmons episode three, and an Extra in Planet of the Spiders part one before becoming a credited Dalek Operator in in Genesis of the Daleks parts three to six and a credited Zygon in all four episodes of Terror of the Zygons. He returns as Sir Colin's Aide in The Seeds of Doom part five and a Brother in The Masque of Mandragora parts one and three.

It's also a first Doctor Who for David Billa. Like Ashley he's back in The War Games episode one as a German Soldier but he also reappears in episode 4 as a German/Roman Soldier/Alien Technician - is he all 3 or is IMDB unsure which? He's also in part 10 of the same story as a Time Lord Technician, and he's a Technician in again Doctor Who and the Silurians episode 1. He's then a Prison Guard in Frontier in Space episodes two and three, a Thal Soldier in Genesis of the Daleks part one, an Extra in part two and a Thal Survivor in part six before being seen as a Vogan in Revenge of the Cybermen part one and probably other episodes too as there are lots of Vogans seen and not many Vogan extras attributed to that story, only confirming the point I made above. He too was in Doomwatch an a Man in Flood and also as appears as a Technician in both Departure and Arrival then Behemoth, two episodes of Moonbase 3.

Bill Burridge is also on his Doctor Who debut. He gets a credit as a Priest in The Underwater Menace episode 1 and then is credited as the well remembered Mister Quill in Fury from the Deep episode 1-5. He's another Villager in The Dæmons episode three but then becomes a Coven Member, presumably the same character dressed up, in episodes four & five of the same story before being made up as a Draconian in Frontier in Space episode two. He too was in Doomwatch as a Man in Hear No Evil and also in the Flood as another Man.

Michael Earl is another Technician in Doctor Who and the Silurians episode 1 and a villager in episodes one to three of The Dæmons. His Doomwatch appearance is as an Airline Passenger in The Plastic Eaters while he's in the Out of the Unknown episode The Midas Plague as a Police Robot with another member of this story's cast as we'll see in episode two.
Keith Goodman returns as a Cyberman in The Moonbase episodes 3 & 4 and the nearly inevitable Technician in Doctor Who and the Silurians episode 1 while Gordon Lang is Tracking Room Technician in all four episode of the Cybermen's first appearance The Tenth Planet. He can be seen in The Andromeda Breakthrough as the President's Footman / Crowd Extra in The Roman Peace & Hurricane. Tony Maddison returns a Villager at Inn / Pirate in episode 1 and a pirate in episode 4 of The Smugglers. Alex Donald is a UNIT Soldier in Doctor Who and the Silurians: Episode 2 while episode 4 of that story features Olive McNeil as a Technician. Finally Robert Pitt has no past or prior Who form but was in one of the earliest pieces of television science fiction appearing as the 3rd sentry in A for Andromeda The Last Mystery.

The Savages is the first story with an overall title and episode numbers on screen, a move originated by new producer Innes Lloyd. That makes this episode the first to be lacking a episode title. It's also the point where the production codes for the stories go round the clock for the first time: Each story had a letter code, A, B, C etc. The Gunfighters was story Z so The Savages becomes story AA. Letters I and O were ignored due to confusion with the numbers 1 & 0, and Mission to the Unknown developed under code T/A, in the same production block as series T with the same crew.

The Savages: Episode One has the unwanted distinction of recording the first sub 5 million viewership for the program since An Unearthly Child was seen by 4.4 million viewers on it's first broadcast. To put the 4.8 million viewers this episode received into context earlier this season Galaxy 4 Episode 3: Airlock was seen 11.3 million viewers and The Daleks' Master Plan Episode 3: Devil's Planet was seen by 10.3 million. To add some context this episode was shown the May bank holiday weekend in 1966 when the weather was, presumably, rather good but even so to have she that many viewers over the season is still a sign that things weren't going too well. I'd like to blame the Donald Tosh/John Wiles script editor/producer team, of whom this is the last story commissioned under, but things get worse in the near future before they get start to get better.

Saturday, 21 May 2016

118 The Gunfighters Episode 4: The O.K. Corral

EPISODE: The Gunfighters Episode 4: The O.K. Corral
TRANSMITTED: Saturday 21 May 1966
WRITER: Donald Cotton
DIRECTOR: Rex Tucker
PRODUCER: Innes Lloyd
RATINGS: 5.7 million viewers
FORMAT: DVD: Doctor Who - Earth Story (The Gunfighters/The Awakening)
It's the OK Corral
Boys of gun fighting fame,
Where the Earps and the Clantons,
They played out the game.
They played out the game
And we nevermore shall
Hear a story the like
Of the OK Corral.
Oooh, no recap, straight into the action. Virgil Earp arrives as Wyatt, Bat & The Doctor are in the saloon investigating the murder. Meanwhile the Pa Clanton has arrived and isn't happy at events that have transpired between his sons and the Earps. Warren Earp, shot by the Clantons, dies in the arms of brothers. Virgil goes to challenge the Clantons to a gunfight. Ringo arranges for the Clantons to face up against the Earps while he sneaks behind and kills them. Holliday arrives in Tombstone, having been brought there at Gunpoint by Dodo. Holliday agrees to assist the Earps when he learns that they're holding Kate. Masterson deputises the Doctor and asks him to talk to the Clantons and avoid the gunfight. Pa Clanton won't listen to him, and Ringo & the Clanton boys ride into town to face the Earps in the gunfight at The O.K. Corral.

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Dodo is seized by Ringo, but her escape allows Holliday to gun him down. One by one the Clanton brothers are gunned down by the Earps and Holliday.

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The time travellers leave in the Tardis, landing on a new planet. As they leave to explore a strange figure is seen on the Tardis scanner.

I wouldn't describe myself as a big western fan, despite having watched enough Champion the Wonder Horse when I was younger. However this story really worked for me leading up to a fabulous gun battle climax recorded on film. However apparently Rex Tucker wasn't happy with the episode as transmitted which had been recut and insisted his name be taken off it. The gunfight as shown isn't 100% accurate - see Wikipedia's article on Doctor Who: The Gunfighters and the real Gunfight at the O.K. Corral for details.

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Pa Clanton, who we briefly saw last episode, is played by Reed De Rouen. In a recent Doctor Who Magazine interview with Peter Purves, in issue 483, his name got misspelt as Reet Deroon! Sadly it wasn't the only error in that interview which was in an issue got to press in somewhat trying circumstance with less time and less people, presumably over the Christmas 2014 holiday. Newcomer Virgil Earp is played by Victor Carin.
With this episode we bid a farewell to individual episode titles: New producer Innes Lloyd decided he's like an overall story title instead. Some of the individual episode titles haven't always been appropriate or even good, but a bit of me will miss them and their passing is a milestone of which there are several at around this time in the series history.

The serial was novelised in 1985 by it's author Donald Cotton and numbered 101 in the Target Book collection. Just as Cotton employed Homer as the narrator for the Myth Makers novel here he uses an aged Doc Holliday telling the story to to a journalist.

The Gunfighters was released on video as part of the William Hartnell boxset with The Sensorites & Time Meddler and has a soundtrack release with narration by Peter Purves and a compilation of the Ballad of the Last Chance Saloon. The Gunfighters is due was released on DVD in 2011 as part of the Doctor Who - Earth Story Boxset where it's paired with The Awakening. Why I don't know as that seems a ridiculous pairing and to my mind the Awakening would be much better paired with the following story, Frontios, also released that year!

Saturday, 14 May 2016

117 The Gunfighters Episode 3: Johnny Ringo

EPISODE: The Gunfighters Episode 3: Johnny Ringo
TRANSMITTED: Saturday 14 May 1966
WRITER: Donald Cotton
DIRECTOR: Rex Tucker
PRODUCER: Innes Lloyd
RATINGS: 6.2 million viewers
FORMAT: DVD: Doctor Who - Earth Story (The Gunfighters/The Awakening)
So it's curtains for Charlie,
That barman of fame.
He met Johnny Ringo
And he knew Johnny's name.
He knew Johnny's name
And he spoke it out loud.
Now Charlie the barman
Has gotten a shroud.
Wyatt Earp saves Steven and arrests Phineas Clanton, which enrages the remaining two Clantons who send for gunslinger Johnny Ringo. The Doctor & Steven find that Dodo has left with Holliday & Kate. Ringo arrives and kills Charlie the barman. Dodo demands Holliday take her back to Tombstone. Steven says he's looking for Holliday and rides off with Ringo. Earp, anticipating more trouble, is trying to summon his brothers to Tombstone. The Doctor reports Charlie's murder to Earp, who leaves with him and Batt Masterson to investigate. Ringo & Steven have found Kate but not located Dodo & Holliday. The Clantons break Phineas out of jail, shooting the younger Warren Earp in the process.

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I've spent years thinking this story was rubbish, it's not, is such great fun and I'm loving it! Historically inaccurate, maybe, but still good fun. However it went down like a lead balloon at the time achieving low viewing figures and audience ratings. It's said that this, and difficulties during the production, were a major factor in producer Innes Lloyd deciding to kill off the historical story later on in the year.

Johnny Ringo is played by Laurence Payne, who'll be back many years later as Morix in The Leisure Hive, and Dastari in The Two Doctors. Payne got the role because the actor they wanted to cast was unavailable: his name is Patrick Troughton and we'll be seeing him shortly....

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The very quickly deceased Warren Earp is played by Martyn Huntley who's already got two Doctor Who appearances to his name: as the First Human in The Sensorites 6: A Desperate Venture and as a Roboman in all six episodes of The Dalek Invasion of Earth.

Saturday, 7 May 2016

116 The Gunfighters Episode 2: Don't Shoot the Pianist

EPISODE: The Gunfighters Episode 2: Don't Shoot the Pianist
TRANSMITTED: Saturday 07 May 1966
WRITER: Donald Cotton
DIRECTOR: Rex Tucker
PRODUCER: Innes Lloyd
RATINGS: 6.6 million viewers
FORMAT: DVD: Doctor Who - Earth Story (The Gunfighters/The Awakening)
You've a good chance at swingin',
It's your last chance to hide.
It's your last chance at singin'
Till your long last ride.
It's your last chance of cussing
At your hard-earned doom,
It's your last chance of nothing.
It's the Last Chance Saloon!
Doc Holliday's girlfriend Kate distracts the gunmen allowing the Doctor to enter safely. He tries to convince them he's not Holliday but they don't believe him. Kate shoots at them, making them believe it was "Doc Holliday". Local lawmen Wyatt Earp and Bat Masterson arrest the Doctor and put him in jail. Steven wants to break the Doctor out of jail: the Clantons initially agree to help wanting their revenge on him. Dodo meanwhile is playing cards with Kate & Holliday. Steven comes to rescue the Doctor but the Doctor won't go along with the plan and turns the gun Steven's bought him over to Earp. The Clintons' change their plan, rouse a mob and capture Steven. Holliday shoots Seth Harper while trying to leave the saloon with Kate & Dodo. The Clantons bring the bound Steven to the jail demanding the Doctor's release to them or they'll lynch Steven in his place.

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You know what, I'm really enjoying this. It might be a bit of fun that certain Doctor Who fans hate but it's a bit of fun that's amusing me. "The Ballad of the Last Chance Saloon", used instead of incidental music in this serial is getting rather annoying. But if you listen closely to the lyrics you'll find it's summarising and narrating the story.

The title of this episode is apparently sourced from a notice in a saloon in Leadville, Colorado that Oscar Wilde saw during his 1883 US Tour, two years after this episode was set.

Ah! we have a line here that is seemingly contradicted by later events:

DOCTOR: Oh, really? Why? Oh, yes, of course. We met a little while ago down at the dentist. Yes, and you so very kindly invited me to join you and your friends for a drink!
HARPER: And a little talk, Doc.
DOCTOR: Yes, quite so, quite so. Well, I'm afraid I don't touch alcohol, but a little glass of milk and I should be only too delighted.
Now I've seen several people claim that the Doctor doesn't drink alcohol, or eat meat for that matter, and wondered what the origin of that earlier claim was. The claim is clearly rubbish, as Day of the Daleks amongst others shows! The "not eating meat" aspect probably comes from the Doctor's decision to go Vegetarian following the events of The Two Doctors though I believe there's plenty of evidence before that that he did eat meat!

We get to see one of the Doctor's definite aversions in this episode though:

DOCTOR: I have no intention of trying anything, only people keep giving me guns and do I wish they wouldn't.
The director of this story is Rex Tucker, who was initially attached to Doctor Who as a producer before Verity Lambert was brought in. He initially hoped that his daughter Jane would sing "The Ballad of The Last Chance Saloon", but reportedly her voice lacked presence so Lynda Barron, later to find fame in sitcoms and appear as Captain Wrack in Enlightenment, was hired to sing instead. Jane Tucker does appear as an extra in this serial, I've never spotted her but she's down on IMDB as playing a Settler's Daughter so I guess she's seen in the crowd scenes in this episode and the next. Jane Tucker is the Jane of Rod, Jane & Freddy, previously Rod, Jane and Matthew. if you want to find out who Matthew is, and he is someone you'll have heard of, then come back for the Daemons when he makes his Doctor Who appearance!

Doc Holliday is played by Anthony Jacobs. He brought his young son Matthew along to the set during recording. Matthew Jacobs would go on to write the 1996 Paul McGann Doctor Who TV Movie and be heard interviewed in Toby Hadoke's Who's Round #43.

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The supporting cast is greatly expanded by the arrival of the Lynch Mob in this and the next episode and it's members have a few faces we know in it:

Derek Chafer was, all uncredited, a Saxon in The Meddling Monk and a Saxon warrior in Checkmate, the 2nd and 4th episodes of The Time Meddler, a Greek Greek Soldier in Temple of Secrets, Death of a Spy & Horse of Destruction, episodes 1, 3 & 4 of The Myth Makers and a Guard in Bell of Doom, the final episode of the Massacre. He'll be back as a Cyberman first in The Moonbase episodes 3 & 4 and again in The Invasion episode 6 where he gets his only credit but also gets his surname misspelt with an extra F! He's an Extra in The Space Pirates episodes 4 & 5, a UNIT Soldier in Doctor Who and the Silurians episode 3, a Prisoner in The Mind of Evil episode four, a Guard in The Curse of Peladon episode one, an Exxilon in Death to the Daleks parts one to three, a Guard in The Monster of Peladon part one, giving him both Peladon stories, and finally an Armourer in The Masque of Mandragora part four. Nobody beats Reg Cranfield's record for an earlier appearance in Doctor Who: he's the Policeman at the start of An Unearthly Child and returned as a Parisian Man in The Massacre episode 1 War of God. His sole appearance after this episode is as a UNIT Soldier in Doctor Who and the Silurians episode 3. He appears in Script Editor Gerry Davis' Doomwatch as a Man in Spectre at the Feast then again in The Islanders.

Mark Allington, like Richard Beale (Bat Masterson) and John Caesar (Cowboy) was also in the Ark but he was an uncredited Guardian in the first two episode. Many years later he returns as a Man in Market in Snakedance part one. He's got a Blake's 7 to his name playing a Star One Technician in Star One. John De Marco returns once in The War Games: Episode Eight as a Mexican Bandit but he too was in Doomwatch, long overdue for a proper DVD release, as a Lab Assistant in The Plastic Eaters and a Passenger in First Plane.

It's a last Doctor who appearance for Marguerite Young as the Settler's Wife who was previously in The Massacre episode 3 Priest of Death as a Parisian Woman and also for Kevin Leslie, another Lynch Mob Member, who'd been in Dalek Masterplan 9: Golden Death as an Egyptian Warrior. Leslie later pops up in the Inspector Morse episode Promised Land as a Barman, not the only Doctor Who actor to fulfil this function in that series!

Maureen Lane (any relation to Jackie?) is the Brassy Bar Girl and she reappears as a Drum Majorette in episodes 1 & 4 of The Macra Terror. Les Shannon, another Lynch Mob Member, was also in Massacre 3: Priest of Death but as a Council Member and he'll be back as an uncredited extra in Doctor Who and the Silurians: Episode 6. He's got Blake's 7 to his name too as a Federation Trooper in the first episode The Way Back and a Kairos Guard in The Harvest of Kairos. He was in the cult classic Out of the Unknown, which has now been released on DVD, in one of the sadly missing episode The Sons and Daughters of Tomorrow as the Coroner, and Moonbase 3 as Technician in View of a Dead Planet. Maureen Nelson, another Brassy Bar Girl, was another Moonbase 3 technician in both Behemoth & Outsiders, was in the same Doomwatch episode as Reg Cranfield, The Islanders, as a Woman and also has a Survivors credit to her name as a woman in Corn Dolly!

That's virtually the entire gamut of UK Telefantasy covered by the guest cast and extras of one Doctor Who episode!