Celebrity Signing Event -- Barking 7th November 2015
| Signing Event - Saturday 7th November
between 10.00 am and 13.00 pm
Autographs are £10 each (buy 4 get a fifth free)
Venue - Barking Learning Centre,
2 Town Square, Barking,
Tel: 020 8724 8710
|IAN HOGG||GREGORY DE POLNAY||DICK MILLS||JON DAVEY|
|FRAZER HINES||CATHERINE HOWE||SHARON DUCE||RALPH WATSON|
In the '60s and '70s he appeared in four Doctor Who serials alongside three Doctors, with Patrick Troughtontwice. He played an uncredited Generator Scientist in The Underwater Menace (DWM 209), Captain Knight in The Web of Fear, Ettis in The Monster of Peladon and Ben in Horror of Fang Rock.
Frazer Hines played companion Jamie McCrimmon in Doctor Who, from The Highlanders to The War Games, and again in the twentieth anniversary special, The Five Doctors, and the Season 22 story, The Two Doctors. Outside Doctor Who, he is perhaps best known for playing Joe Sugden in Emmerdale Farm.
Sharon Duce played Control in the Doctor Who television story Ghost Light.
Catherine Howe played Ara in the Doctor Who story The Underwater Menace.
He is best known for his lead role in the BBC1 television series Rockliffe's Babies and its follow-up Rockliffe's Folly, playing Detective Sergeant Alan Rockliffe.
He has also been associated with Doctor Who by voicing the part of General Voshkar in The Sandman, a spin-off Doctor Who audio drama produced in 2002 by Big Finish Productions.
|GREGORY DE POLNAY
Gregory de Polnay played D84 in the Doctor Who television storyThe Robots of Death. He later voiced Voc 23 in the Kaldor City audio Storm Mine.
Dick Mills is a British sound engineer who provided special sounds for Doctor Who from 1972 to 1989. He is responsible for the frequently-used Cloister Bell sound.
Since 2005 Jon has played a variety of monsters in 32 episodes of Doctor Who. These include Cybermen, Daleks, Ood, Jadoon, Hath, Heavenly Host, Vigil and Wispermen. He has performed live at may events including “The Doctor Who Proms” and “Doctor Who Live” and "Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular" in Australia and New Zealand.