|The Doctor (Peter Capaldi) meets the|
original Cybermen again!
First broadcast: Jun 24 to Jul 1 2017
Average audience for story: 5.2m
Peter Capaldi (The Doctor) Born Apr 14 1958
Doctor Who credits
Played: Caecilius in The Fires of Pompeii (2008)
Played: John Frobisher in Torchwood: Children of Earth (2009)
Played: The Doctor in The Day of the Doctor (uncredited), The Time of the Doctor, Deep Breath, Into the Dalek, Robot of Sherwood, Listen, Time Heist, The Caretaker, Kill the Moon, Mummy on the Orient Express, Flatline, In the Forest of the Night, Dark Water/ Death in Heaven, Last Christmas, The Doctor's Meditation, The Magician's Apprentice/ The Witch's Familiar, Under the Lake/ Before the Flood, The Girl Who Died, The Woman Who Lived, The Zygon Invasion/ The Zygon Inversion, Sleep No More, Face the Raven, Heaven Sent/ Hell Bent, The Husbands of River Song, Friend from the Future, Class: For Tonight We Might Die, The Return of Doctor Mysterio (2013-16)
Peter made his screen acting debut in Living Apart Together (1982), followed by Local Hero (1983), Turtle Diary (1985), Minder (1985), Travelling Man (1985), John and Yoko: A Love Story (1985), The Love Child (1988), The Lair of the White Worm (1988), Dangerous Liaisons (1989), Chain (1990), Selling Hitler (1991), The Cloning of Joanna May (1992), Soft Top Hard Shoulder (1993), Prime Suspect 3 (1993), Chandler and Co (1994), Neverwhere (1996), The Crow Road (1996), The Vicar of Dibley (1996), Bean (1997), Shooting Fish (1997), Psychos (1999), Fortysomething (2003), Sea of Souls (2004), My Family (2004), Pinochet's Last Stand (1996), Magicians (2007), Skins (2007-08), The Devil's Whore (2008), Getting On (2009-10), The Suspicions of Mr Whicher (2010), The Hour (2012), World War Z (2013, ironically playing W.H.O Doctor!), The Fifth Estate (2013) and Paddington (2014). He also played Cardinal Richelieu in the first series of The Musketeers (2014), but will be better known as the foul-mouthed Malcolm Tucker in the comedy The Thick of It (2005-12) and its film spin-off In the Loop (2009).
Peter is also talented behind the cameras, having written the film Soft Top Hard Shoulder (which was, incidentally, directed by Stefan Schwartz, who appeared in the Doctor Who story Battlefield (1989)), as well as writing and directing the short Franz Kafka's It's a Wonderful Life (1995), which won an Oscar for Best Short Film, Live Action, and starred alternative Ninth Doctor (and later Great Intelligence) Richard E Grant, and Crispin Letts, son of 1970s Doctor Who producer Barry Letts. Peter also wrote and directed Strictly Sinatra (2001) and The Cricklewood Greats (2012), and wrote nine episodes of the series Getting On (2009-10).
1993: BAFTA Scotland Award for Best Male Actor (Soft Top Hard Shoulder)
1995: Academy Award for Best Short Film, Live Action (Franz Kafka's It's a Wonderful Life)
2009: BAFTA Scotland Award for Best Acting Performance in Film (In the Loop)
2010: BAFTA TV Award for Best Male Performance in a Comedy Role (The Thick Of It)
2010: British Comedy Award for Best TV Comedy Actor (The Thick Of It)
2012: British Comedy Award for Best TV Comedy Actor (The Thick Of It)
In 1986, Peter appeared in the video for the intensely annoying Alexei Sayle single Didn't You Kill My Brother?, but this wasn't his first brush with music. In 1980 he was the singer in a band called the Dreamboys (along with comedian Craig Ferguson and storyboard artist Temple Clark) and released an EP comprising the songs Bela Lugosi's Birthday, Outer Limits and Shall We Dance. It's a cross between punk and goth with some heavy Bowie influence. In 1997, Peter appeared in a TV commercial for Michelob beer, "playing with his model collection". Peter's wife is fellow actor Elaine Collins, who more recently has become a producer on shows such as Shetland and Vera. Peter was offered an audition for the role of the Eighth Doctor in 1995 but did not take it up as he didn't think he'd get the job (Doctor 12 awaited!).
Pearl Mackie (Bill Potts) Born May 29 1987
Doctor Who credits
Played: Bill Potts in Friend from the Future, Series 10 (2016-17)
Pearl's only other screen work includes Svengali (2013), an episode of Doctors (2014) and Date Aid (2015), although she has also worked on stage extensively since 2010.
Pearl can be seen as a clubber in the music video for Years & Years' Real (2014). Here she is on Twitter.
Matt Lucas (Nardole) Born Mar 5 1974
Doctor Who credits
Played: Nardole in The Husbands of River Song, The Return of Doctor Mysterio, The Pilot (2015-17)
Matt first came to prominence playing George Dawes the giant baby (as well as George's mother, future Little Britain character Marjorie Dawes) on the madcap quiz show Shooting Stars (1995-2009), after which he made appearances in The Smell of Reeves and Mortimer (1995), Mash and Peas (1996), Sunnyside Farm (1997), It's Ulrika! (1997), Dennis Pennis RIP (1997), Barking (1998), Plunkett and Macleane (1999), Sir Bernard's Stately Homes (1999), Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) (2001), Fun at the Funeral Parlour (2001-02), Catterick (2004), Shaun of the Dead (2004), French and Saunders (2004), Casanova (2005), The Wind in the Willows (2006), Kath and Kim (2007), Krod Mandoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire (2009), Alice in Wonderland (2010), The Infidel (2010), Bridesmaids (2011), The Look of Love (2013), Community (2013), The Harry Hill Movie (2013), Paddington (2014), Pompidou (2015), Bull (2015), The Labyrinth (2016) and Alice Through the Looking Glass (2016). It is for his comedy partnership with David Walliams that he is most known, working with him on Little Britain (2003-06), Little Britain USA (2008) and Come Fly with Me (2010-11). He also writes much of the material he appears in, such as Little Britain, Come Fly with Me, Mash and Peas and Pompidou.
2004: BAFTA TV Award for Best Comedy Programme or Series (Little Britain)
2004: British Comedy Award for Best TV Comedy Actor (Little Britain)
2005: BAFTA TV Award for Best Comedy Programme or Series (Little Britain)
2005: BAFTA TV Award for Best Comedy Performance (Little Britain)
Matt began to lose his hair when he was six years old, suffering from alopecia universalis, the loss of all hair, including eyebrows and eyelashes. Matt's cousin Alexa Tilley took part in the 2005 series of The Apprentice. He was best man at the wedding of David Walliams to Lara Stone in 2010. Matt appeared in the music videos for Blur's number one single Country House (1995), Ben Folds' Jesusland (2005), and Pet Shop Boys' I'm with Stupid (2006). Matt's first husband Kevin McGee was found hanged in 2009, just 10 months after the couple divorced. Between 2012-15 he shared a Hollywood home with comedy actor Rebel Wilson. Here he is on Twitter.
Michelle Gomez (Missy) Born Nov 23 1966
Doctor Who credits
Played: Missy in Deep Breath (2014), Into the Dalek (2014, uncredited), The Caretaker (2014, uncredited), Flatline (2014), In the Forest of the Night (2014), Dark Water/ Death in Heaven (2014), The Magician's Apprentice/ The Witch's Familiar (2015), Extremis (2017), The Lie of the Land (2017), World Enough and Time/ The Doctor Falls (2017)
Michelle made her debut in the 1989 TV movie First and Last, followed by roles in The Acid House (1998), Taggart (1992/99), Highlander: The Raven (1999), The Escort (1999), Offending Angels (2000), Rebus (2001), My Family (2002), Manchild (2003), Murder in Suburbia (2005), Carrie & Barry (2004-05), Feel the Force (2006, which she also sang the theme tune for), Oliver Twist (2007), Bad Education (2012-13), Psychobitches (2013-14), The Brink (2015) and Gotham (2015). She also played Janice McCann in The Book Group (2002-03) and Sue White in Green Wing (2004-06).
Michelle has been married to fellow actor Jack Davenport since 2000.
John Simm (The Master/ Mr Razor) Born Jul 10 1970
Doctor Who credits
Played: The Master in Utopia/ The Sound of Drums/ Last of the Time Lords (2007), The End of Time (2009-10), World Enough and Time/ The Doctor Falls (2017)
John made his TV debut in a 1992 episode of Rumpole of the Bailey, after which he appeared in Oasis (1993), Heartbeat (1993), Men of the World (1994-95), Boston Kickout (1995), Cracker (1995), The Locksmith (1997), Wonderland (1999), Human Traffic (1999), Spaced (2001), Miranda (2002), 24 Hour Party People (2002), State of Play (2003), Sex Traffic (2004), The Devil's Whore (2008), Moving On (2010), Prey (2014), Intruders (2014) and Code of a Killer (2015). John's leading roles include Danny Kavanagh in The Lakes (1997-99), Sam Tyler in Life on Mars (2006-07), Baxter in Mad Dogs (2011-13) and John Middleton in The Village (2013-14).
John, along with co-star David Threlfall, sang the main title theme to the sitcom Men of the World. He also played guitar for the band Magic Alex, who twice supported Echo and the Bunnymen on tour (John plays electric guitar on Bunnymen lead singer Ian McCulloch's solo album Slideling (2003), and also played live with him at Wembley when McCulloch was support act to Coldplay). John is married to actress Kate Magowan (best known as Sadie Young in EastEnders). He's been nominated for a Best Actor BAFTA twice - for Life on Mars (2007) and Exile (2012).
Oliver Lansley (Jorj) Born 1981
Debuted in EastEnders (2001), then took roles in Holby City (2003), Doctors (2006), FM (2006/09), Whites (2010), Best Possible Taste: The Kenny Everett Story (2012), The Wrong Mans (2013), Misfits (2013), Sherlock (2014), Endeavour (2014), Agatha Raisin (2014), Lewis (2015) and The Aliens (2016). He is also a writer, having worked on FM, Whites, Beaver Falls (2011), Mr Sloane (2014) and Flack (2015).
Oliver is co-founder of the theatre company Les Enfants Terribles, which was behind (among other projects) the immersive production Alice's Adventures Underground in 2017. This is his Twitter.
Paul Brightwell (Surgeon)
After debuting as Uriah Heep in a 1986 adaptation of Dickens' David Copperfield, Paul went on to appear in Hard Cases (1988), El CID (1990), Maigret (1992), Between the Lines (1992), Staggered (1994), Titanic (1997), Sliding Doors (1998), Sleepy Hollow (1999), Grange Hill (2000), Hornblower (2001), Bad Girls (2004), The Commander (2003-08), Blackbeard (2006), The Bible (2013), Son of God (2014) and The Infiltrator (2016).
Here's Paul on Twitter.
Alison Lintott (Nurse)
Debuted in Kavanagh QC (1998), then Underground (1998), Casualty (2003), Wire in the Blood (2008), Psychoville (2009), The Tudors (2010), Sherlock (2010), Campus (2009-11), Line of Duty (2012), Guardians of the Galaxy (2014), Hunderby (2015), Loaded (2017) and Apple Tree House (2017).
Briana Shann (Alit) Born 2005
Briana's other screen work includes I, Daniel Blake (2016).
Rosie Boore (Gazron)
Rosie made her screen debut as Josette in The Collection (2016), then appeared in So Awkward (2016) and To Walk Invisible: The Bronte Sisters (2016).
Samantha Spiro (Hazran) June 20 1968
Samantha debuted in The Bill (1994), then found roles in Beyond Bedlam (1994), Guru in Seven (1998), From Hell (2001), Cold Feet (2001), Tomorrow La Scala! (2002), MIT: Murder Investigation Team (2003), After You've Gone (2007), Rock & Chips (2011), Panto! (2012), Bad Education (2013), London Spy (2015), Plebs (2016), Game of Thrones (2016), Tracey Ullman's Show (2016-17) and Tracey Breaks the News (2017). Samantha also regularly played Auntie Liz in Grandma's House (2010-12), played various roles in Psychobitches (2012-14) and, due to her striking resemblance, has twice played actress Barbara Windsor on TV, in Cor, Blimey! (2000) and Babs (2017), and on stage in 1998's Cleo, Camping, Emmanuelle and Dick.
2001: Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Musical (Merrily We Roll Along)
2010: Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Musical (Hello Dolly!)
2010: British Comedy Award for Best Female Comedy Breakthrough Artist (Grandma's House)
Samantha is married to actor Mark Leadbetter. Here she is on Twitter.
Simon Coombs (Rexhill)
Simon's other work includes Mouth to Mouth (2009), Holby City (2010/12) and Doctors (2016).
Stephanie Hyam (Heather)
Doctor Who credits
Played: Heather in The Pilot, The Doctor Falls (both 2017)
Stephanie debuted in Murdered By My Boyfriend (2014), followed by roles in Jekyll & Hyde (2015), Sherlock (2016), Peaky Blinders (2016) and Their Finest (2016).
Here she is on Twitter!
David Bradley (The Doctor) Born Apr 17 1942
Doctor Who credits
Played: Voice of Shansheeth Blue in The Sarah Jane Adventures: Death of the Doctor (2010)
Played: Solomon in Dinosaurs on a Spaceship (2012)
Played: William Hartnell in An Adventure in Space and Time (2013)
Played: The Doctor in The Doctor Falls, Christmas Special (both 2017)
David made his debut in the sitcom Nearest and Dearest (1971), then secured the role of Colin Woodcock in A Family at War the same year. After that, he found work in The Professionals (1978), The Frisco Kid (1979), One By One (1985), Prick Up Your Ears (1987), Between the Lines (1992), The Buddha of Suburbia (1993), Martin Chuzzlewit (1994), Our Friends in the North (1996), Cracker (1996), Reckless (1997-98), Our Mutual Friend (1998), Tom's Midnight Garden (1999), Shades (2001), The Intended (2002), Nicholas Nickleby (2002), Exorcist: The Beginning (2004), Blackpool (2004), Red Mercury (2005), Sweeney Todd (2006), Hot Fuzz (2007), The Color of Magic (2008), Ideal (2006-08), Ashes to Ashes (2009), Harry Brown (2009), Waking the Dead (2011), Captain America: The First Avenger (2011), Benidorm (2012), Broadchurch (2013), Prisoners' Wives (2012-13), The World's End (2013) and The Young Messiah (2016). His most memorable roles include Argus Filch in the Harry Potter film franchise (2001-11), Old Jake in Wild West (2002-04), Charlie in Mount Pleasant (2012-14), Abraham Setrakian in The Strain (2014-16) and the much reviled Walder Frey in Game of Thrones (2011/13/16).
David can be seen in the music video for Louise and the Pins' Bell Jar (2012). In 2014 he won a Best Supporting Actor BAFTA for his work in Broadchurch.
Nicholas Briggs (Voice of the Cybermen) Born Sep 29 1961
Doctor Who credits
Played: Voice of the Nestene Consciousness in Rose (2005)
Played: Dalek voices in Dalek (2005), Bad Wolf/ The Parting of the Ways (2005), Doomsday TARDISode (2006), Army of Ghosts/ Doomsday (2006), Daleks in Manhattan/ Evolution of the Daleks (2007), The Stolen Earth/ Journey's End (2008), Victory of the Daleks (2010), The Pandorica Opens/ The Big Bang (2010), The Wedding of River Song (2011), Asylum of the Daleks (2012), The Day of the Doctor (2013), The Time of the Doctor (2013), Into the Dalek (2014), The Magician's Apprentice/ The Witch's Familiar (2015), Hell Bent (2015), The Pilot (2017)
Played: Voice of the Jagrafess in The Long Game (2005, uncredited)
Played: Cybermen voices in Rise of the Cybermen/ The Age of Steel (2006), Army of Ghosts/ Doomsday (2006), The Next Doctor (2008), The Pandorica Opens (2010, uncredited), A Good Man Goes to War (2011), Closing Time (2011), Nightmare in Silver (2013), The Time of the Doctor (2013), Death in Heaven (2014), World Enough and Time/ The Doctor Falls (2017)
Played: Voice of the Judoon in Smith and Jones (2007), The Stolen Earth (2008, uncredited), The Sarah Jane Adventures: Prisoner of the Judoon (2009), The End of Time Part Two (2010, uncredited), The Pandorica Opens (2010, uncredited)
Played: Rick Yates in Torchwood: Children of Earth (2009)
Played: National Museum Pandorica video narrator in The Big Bang (2010, uncredited)
Played: Voice of Skaldak in Cold War (2013)
Played: Voice of the Zygons in The Day of the Doctor (2013), The Zygon Invasion/ The Zygon Inversion (2015)
Nicholas's career has been principally within the world of Doctor Who, starting out as the producer of the Myth Makers series of videos in the 1980s and 90s interviewing Doctor Who alumni. Also on video, Nicholas has been involved with Wartime (1987), The Airzone Solution (1993) and the Auton trilogy (1997-99), and was present for the infancy of what we now know as Big Finish Productions with his Audio Visuals unofficial audio dramas. Nicholas has been involved with Big Finish all through its life, from its birth in 1996 to being its current executive producer. He also writes, directs and composes for the Big Finish audios, and has also written Doctor Who books, including The Dalek Generation (2013).
Screen acting credits come in the form of The League of Gentlemen (2002), Adulthood (2008), Lewis (2009), 220.127.116.11. (2010), Cleaning Up (2011) and An Adventure in Space and Time (2013 - in which he played original voice of the Daleks, Peter Hawkins).
Nicholas has also provided voices for a number of video games, namely Judge Dredd: Dredd vs Death (2003) and Doctor Who: The Adventure Games (2010), and provided optional 21st century voices for the Daleks in the special edition DVD of the 1972 Doctor Who story Day of the Daleks.
In his 1980s Audio Visuals series he played an indeterminate future version of the Doctor, who went on to immortalised in the Doctor Who Magazine comic strip Party Animals in 1991. Here he is, on Twitter!
Steven Moffat (writer) Born Nov 18 1961
Doctor Who credits
Wrote: The Empty Child/ The Doctor Dances (2005), The Girl in the Fireplace (2006), Blink (2007), Time Crash (2007), Silence in the Library/ Forest of the Dead (2008), The End of Time Part Two (additional dialogue, uncredited, 2010), The Eleventh Hour (2010), The Beast Below (2010), The Time of Angels/ Flesh and Stone (2010), The Pandorica Opens/ The Big Bang (2010), A Christmas Carol (2010), The Impossible Astronaut/ Day of the Moon (2011), A Good Man Goes to War (2011), Let's Kill Hitler (2011), The Wedding of River Song (2011), The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe (2011), Asylum of the Daleks (2012), The Angels Take Manhattan (2012), The Snowmen (2012), The Bells of Saint John (2013), The Name of the Doctor (2013), The Night of the Doctor (2013), The Day of the Doctor (2013), The Time of the Doctor (2013), Deep Breath (2014), Into the Dalek (co-writer, 2014), Listen (2014), Time Heist (co-writer, 2014), The Caretaker (co-writer, 2014), Dark Water/ Death in Heaven (2014), Last Christmas (2014), The Magician's Apprentice/ The Witch's Familiar (2015), The Girl Who Died (co-writer, 2015), The Zygon Inversion (co-writer, 2015), Heaven Sent/ Hell Bent (2015), The Husbands of River Song (2015)
As well as being writer of these TV episodes, Steven has also written several of the minisodes and preludes accompanying them, as well as the 1999 Comic Relief special, The Curse of Fatal Death.
Executive producer: The Eleventh Hour, The Beast Below, Victory of the Daleks, The Time of Angels/ Flesh and Stone, The Vampires of Venice, Amy's Choice, The Hungry Earth/ Cold Blood, Vincent and the Doctor, The Lodger, The Pandorica Opens/ The Big Bang, A Christmas Carol, The Impossible Astronaut/ Day of the Moon, The Curse of the Black Spot, The Doctor's Wife, The Rebel Flesh/ The Almost People, A Good Man Goes to War, Let's Kill Hitler, Night Terrors, The Girl Who Waited, The God Complex, Closing Time, The Wedding of River Song, The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe, Asylum of the Daleks, Dinosaurs on a Spaceship, A Town Called Mercy, The Power of Three, The Angels Take Manhattan, The Snowmen, The Bells of Saint John, The Rings of Akhaten, Cold War, Hide, Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS, The Crimson Horror, Nightmare in Silver, The Name of the Doctor, The Night of the Doctor, The Day of the Doctor, The Time of the Doctor, Deep Breath, Into the Dalek, Robot of Sherwood, Listen, Time Heist, The Caretaker, Kill the Moon, Mummy on the Orient Express, Flatline, In the Forest of the Night, Dark Water/ Death in Heaven, Last Christmas, The Magician's Apprentice/ The Witch's Familiar, Under the Lake/ Before the Flood, The Girl Who Died, The Woman Who Lived, The Zygon Invasion/ The Zygon Inversion, Sleep No More, Face the Raven, Heaven Sent/ Hell Bent, The Husbands of River Song (2010-15)
As well as being executive producer of these TV episodes, Steven has also produced several of the minisodes, preludes and Adventure Games accompanying them, as well as Doctor Who Confidential (2010-11).
Steven's writing career stretches back to Stay Lucky in 1990, after which he wrote Exam Conditions (1992), 43 episodes of Press Gang (1989-93), Joking Apart (1991/93/95), The Office (1996), Chalk (1997), Murder Most Horrid (1994/96/99), Privates (1999), 34 episodes of Coupling (2000-04), Jekyll (2007), The Adventures of Tintin (2011) and Sherlock (2010-17). He has also acted as producer on Chalk, Coupling, Jekyll, Sherlock and An Adventure in Space and Time (2013). In 2001 he acted as script editor of Office Gossip.
1991: BAFTA TV Award for Best Children's Programme (Entertainment/ Drama) (Press Gang)
2008: BAFTA TV Award for Best Writer (Doctor Who)
2008: BAFTA Cymru Award for Best Screenwriter (Doctor Who)
2011: BAFTA TV Award for Best Drama Series (Sherlock)
2012: BAFTA Special Award
2012: BAFTA TV Award for Best Writer (Sherlock)
2014: Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Miniseries, Movie or Dramatic Special (Sherlock)
2015: Officer of the order of the British Empire (OBE) for services to drama
Steven is married to TV producer Sue Vertue (whose mother is TV producer Beryl Vertue).
Rachel Talalay (director) Born Aug 16 1958
Doctor Who credits
Directed: Dark Water/ Death in Heaven (2014), Heaven Sent/ Hell Bent (2015), World Enough and Time/ The Doctor Falls (2017)
Chicago born Rachel began her career on the production team of productions such as Polyester (1981), Android (1982), The House on Sorority Row (1983), A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984), Black Moon Rising (1986) and Sif and Nancy (1986), then moved into directing on the film Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991, which she also provided the story for), followed by duties on Ghost in the Machine (1993), Tank Girl (1995), Band of Gold (1997), Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) (2000), That's Life (2001), Wolf Lake (2001), Ally McBeal (1999-2002), Unfabulous (2004-05), Whistler (2006), Supernatural (2007), The Dead Zone (2002-07), Greek (2007), Kyle XY (2007), Flash Gordon (2008), Haven (2010), Continuum (2012), South of Hell (2015), The Flash (2016), Legends of Tomorrow (2016), Supergirl (2016) and Sherlock (2017). She has also been a producer on many productions, including A Nightmare on Elm Street 3 (1987) and 4 (1988), Hairspray (1988), The Borrowers (1997) and Touching Evil (2004).
Rachel is the first American to direct Doctor Who. She is married to film producer Rupert Harvey (Critters, The Blob, Pump Up the Volume). Rachel is also a film professor at the University of British Columbia. Here's Rachel on Twitter.
Peter Bennett (producer)
Doctor Who credits
First assistant director: Bad Wolf/ The Parting of the Ways (2005), Attack of the Graske (2005), Tooth and Claw (2006), The Girl in the Fireplace (2006), The Idiot's Lantern (2006), Fear Her (2006), Torchwood: Everything Changes (2006), Torchwood: Day One (2006), The Runaway Bride (2006), Daleks in Manhattan/ Evolution of the Daleks (2007), The Sound of Drums/ Last of the Time Lords (2007), Voyage of the Damned (2007), The End of Time (2009-10)
Production manager: The Doctor's Daughter (2008), Midnight (2008), The Stolen Earth/ Journey's End (2008)
Produced: Torchwood: Children of Earth (Days 1-5) (2009), The Beast Below (2010), Victory of the Daleks (2010), The Hungry Earth/ Cold Blood (2010), The Pandorica Opens/ The Big Bang (2010), Listen (2014), Time Heist (2014), Kill the Moon (2014), Mummy on the Orient Express (2014), Dark Water/ Death in Heaven (2014), The Magician's Apprentice/ The Witch's Familiar (2015), The Zygon Invasion/ The Zygon Inversion (2015), Heaven Sent/ Hell Bent (2015), The Return of Doctor Mysterio (2016), The Pilot (2017), Smile (2017), Extremis (2017), The Pyramid at the End of the World (2017), World Enough and Time/ The Doctor Falls (2017)
Peter has been working in television and film since debuting as an assistant director on The Awakening of Emily in 1976. He also performed AD duties on Orca (1977), International Velvet (1978), Moonraker (1979), Hart to Hart (1983), Bloodbath at the House of Death (1984), Ladyhawke (1985), A View to a Kill (1985), Inspector Morse (1987), Forever Green (1992), Minder (1991-94), Wycliffe (1995), Pie in the Sky (1995-97), The Avengers (1998), The Mummy (1999), The Mummy Returns (2001), Sea of Souls (2004), Alexander (2004), Honest (2008) and Sherlock (2012). Other roles include directing the 1997 series Brigitte and Friends (a chat show vehicle for Brigitte Nielsen), being production unit manager on For Your Eyes Only (1981), Mrs Caldicott's Cabbage War (2002) and Casualty (2013), and location manager for The Watcher in the Woods (1980), The Dogs of War (1980), Octopussy (1983), Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) and Hostage (1992). Peter's other producing duties include Wizards vs Aliens (2013).