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Torchwood: Children of Earth


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3/5; series three. Day Three. As Britain becomes the focus of the world's attention, the announce their arrival with a huge pillar of fire that is targeted against London, leaving Torchwood members in a personal battle to save kith and kin.
Continues tomorrow at 9pm. See choice, page 62.
Writers Russell T Davies , James Moran
Repeated at 12.15am on BBC3 Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Moment of the Week: page 5; Burning bright: p14 Subscribe to RT and receive a Torchwood DVD: p


Unknown: Russell T Davies
Unknown: James Moran
Captain Jack Harkness: John Barrowman
Gwen Cooper: Eve Myles
lanto Jones: Gareth David-Lloyd
Rhys Williams: Kai Owen
John Frobisher: Peter Capaldi
Clement McDonald: Paul Copley
Brian Green: Nicholas Farrell
Bridget Spears: Susan Brown
Alice Carter: Lucy Cohu
Mr Dekker: Ian Gelder
PC Andy: Tom Price
Lois Habiba: Cush Jumbo
Johnson: Liz May Brice
Vanessa: Sophie Miller
Rick Yates: Nicholas Briggs
Denise Riley: Deborah Finlay
Trinity Wells: Lachele Carl
Colonel Oduya: Charles Abomeli
General Pierce: Colin McFarlane
Rhiannon Davies: Katy Wix
Johnny Davies: Rhodri Lewis
Anna Frobisher: Hilary MacLean
Rupesh Patanjali: Rik Makarem
David Davies: Luke Perry
Mica Davies: Aimee Davies
Steven Carter: Bear McCausland
Holly Frobisher: Julia Joyce
Lilly Frobisher: Madeline Rakic-Platt
456 voice: Simon Poland
Young Clem: Gregory Ferguson

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Torchwood: Children of Earth

BBC One London, 8 July 2009 21.00

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