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Dr. Who: All Roads Lead to Rome

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by Dennis Spooner.
An adventure in space and time.
Starring William Hartnell, William Russell, Jacqueline Hill and Maureen O'Brien

Barbara is auctioned in the market square and Ian becomes a galley slave.

Contributors

Writer: Dennis Spooner
Title Music: Ron Grainer with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Incidental music composed and conducted by: Raymond Jones
Fight Arranger: Peter Diamond
Designer: Raymond P. Cusick
Associate Producer: Mervyn Pinfield
Producer: Verity Lambert
Director: Christopher Barry
Dr. Who: William Hartnell
Ian Chesterton: William Russell
Barbara Wright: Jacqueline Hill
Vicki: Maureen O'Brien
Sevcheria: Derek Sydney
Ascaris: Barry Jackson
Deios: Peter Diamond
Tavius: Michael Peake
Woman Slave: Dorothy-Rose Gribble
Galley Master: Gertan Klauber
First man in market: Ernest Jennings
Second man in market: John Caesar
Court Messenger: Tony Lambden
Nero: Derek Francis
Tigilinus: Brian Proudfoot

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Dr. Who: All Roads Lead to Rome

BBC One London, 23 January 1965 17.40






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