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20 Sepetmber 2014

Viewing Figure: 6.99M


When The Doctor and Clara end up being part of a gang planning to rob the Bank of Karabraxos 


Peter Capaldi (The Doctor), Jenna Coleman (Clara) Keeley Hawes (Ms Delphox), Jonathan Bailey (Psi), Pippa Bennett-Warner (Saibra)

Mark Ebulue (Guard), Trevor Sellers (Mr Porrima), Junior Laniyan (Suited Customer), Ross Mullan (The Teller)

Uncredited Cast

Samuel Anderson (Danny Pink), Gruffydd Jones (Schoolboy), Darren Swain, Denzie Phipps, Mark Snowdon (Security Check Guards)

Garry George, Clem So (Customers), Frankie Ward, Andrew Cross, Dean Anderson, Chester Durrant (Guards), Kevan Brighting (Voice)

Simon Carew, Justin Beaver (Teller Guards), Charles Afele (African King Customer), Cynthia Newman, Liz Small (African King Wives Entourage)

Mohammed Yassen (Arab King), Mohamed Soliman (Arab King Entourage), Rhodri Williams (Rock Star Customer)

Zoe Kinsella (Rock Star Assistant), Maurice Spring (African Man Customer), Marcus Elliott, Ahmed Aldafi (Male Brain-Drained Customers)


Steve Thompson, Steven Moffatt (Writers), Peter Bennett (Producer), Douglas McKinnon (Director)

Crispin Layfield, Gordon Seed (Stunt Coordinators), Scott Bates (1st Assistant Director), James DeHaviland (2nd Assistant Director)

Danielle Richards (3rd Assistant Director), Gareth Jones, Chris Thomas (Assistant Directors), Paul Davies (Location Manager)

Iestyn Hampson-Jones (Unit Manager), Simon Morris (Production Manager), Adam Knopf (Production Coordinator)

Sandra Cosfield (Assistant Production Coordinator), Matthew Jones, Katie Player (Production Assistants)

Bethan Griffiths (Assistant Accountant), Simon Wheeler, Maria Hurley (Art Department Accountants), Steve Walker (Script Supervisor)

Martin Stephens (Camera Operator), Jonathan Vidgen, Matthew Waving (Focus Pullers), John Johnson (Grip)

Cai Thompson, Katy Kardasz, Gethin Williams (Camera Assistants), Sean Cronin (Assistant Grip)

Tam Shoring, Christopher Goding (Sound Maintenance Engineers), Mark Hutchings (Gaffer), Stephen Slocombe (Best Boy)

Gafin Riley, Andy Gardiner, Bob Milton, Gareth Sheldon (Electricians), Paul Spriggs (Supervising Art Director)

Vicki Stevenson (Art Director), Jim McCallum (Stand by [sic] Art Director), Adrian Anscombe (Set Decorator)

Holly Thurman (Production Buyer), Donna Shakesheff, Helen O'Leary (Prop Buyers), Kartik Nagar, Julia Jones (Draughtspersons)

Paul Smith (Props Master), Kyle Belmont (Props Chargehand), Liam Collins, Matt Ireland (Standby Props)

Jayne Davies, Mike Elkins, Jamie Farrell (Set Dressers), Jamie Southcott (Set Storeman)

Ryan Milton (Assistant Storeman), Chris Lees (Concept Artist), Christina Tom (Graphic Artist), Paul Jones (Standby Carpenter)

Bryan Griffiths (Standby Rigger), Christian Davies (Practical Electrician), Alan Hardy, Jamie Thomas (Props Makers)

Gareth Fox (Prop Driver), Terry Horle (Construction Manager), Dean Tucker (Construction Chargehand)

John Sinnott, Chris Daniels, Lawrie Ferry, Matt Ferry, Julian Tucker, Mark Painter, Joe Painter, Tim Burke (Carpenters)

Clive Clarke (Head Scenic Painter), Steve Nelms, Matt Weston (Scenic Painters), Jonathan Tylke (Construction Driver)

Claire Lynch (Costume Supervisor), Katarina Cappallazzi, Gemma Evans, Charlotte Bestwick (Costume Assistants)

Amy Riley (Make-Up Supervisor), Ann Marie Williams, Emma Cowen (Make-Up Artists), Glyn Evans (Unit Medic)

Alice Purser (Casting Associate), Katrina Aust, Carmen Sanchez-Roberts (Assistant Editors), Joel Skinner (VFX Editor)

Samantha Price (Post Production Co-ordinator), Tim Ricketts (Dubbing Mixer), Matthew Cox (ADR Editor)

Darran Clements (Dialogue Editor), Harry Barnes (Effects Editor), Jamie Talbutt (Foley Editor)

BBC Wales Graphics (Graphics), Billy Hanshaw (Title Concept), Geraint Pari Huws (Online Editor), Gareth Spensley (Colourist)

with thanks to the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conducted and orchestrated by Ben Fostermixed by Jake Jackson

recorded by Gerry O'Riordan, Ron Grainer (Original Theme Music)Andy Pryor CDG (Casting Director)

Julie Scott (Production Executive), Nerys Davies (Post Production Supervisor), Jeff Dunn (Production Accountant)

Deian Llyr Humphreys (Sound Recordist), Howard Burden (Costume Designer), Claire Pritchard-Jones (Make-Up Designer)

Murray Gold (Music), Milk, BBC Wales VFX (Visual Effects), Real SFX (Special Effects), Millennium FX (Prosthetics)

Selina Macarthur (Editor), Michael Pickwoad (Production Designer), Suzie Lavelle (Director of Photography)

Tracie Simpson (Line Producer), Steven Moffat, Brian Minchin (Executive Producers)  

Uncredited Crew

Delmi Thomas (3rd Assistant Director), Ella Mair Roberts (Assistant Director), Mark Waters, Rob Carter, David Morgan (Camera Operator)

Trevor Speed, Chris Williams, Neil Brown (Focus Pullers), James Holloway, Gary Shepherd (Grip), John Davis, Hannah McKimm

Elliot Hale, Max Friswell (Camera Assistants), Abdul Amoud (Sound Maintenance Engineers), Steve Guy, Andy Green (Electricians)

Ian Davies (Standby Props), Ian Remond (Standby Rigger), Beckie Nowicka (Costume Supervisor), Nicola Rodd, Tom Hopkins

Michelle McGrath (Costume Assistants), Ros Wilkins, Cat Williams, Sarah Astley-Hughes, Vicki Owen, Lisa Pugh (Make-Up Artists)

Tim Hunt (Sound Recordist), Mark Waters (Director of Photography)


Filming Locations

  • BBC Roath Lock Studios: Studio 2

  • BBC Roath Lock Studios: Studio 3

  • BBC Roath Lock Studios: Studio 4

  • Kimball Electronics, Unit 1000, Western Avenue, Bridgend

  • Oval Basin, Bute Place, Cardiff Bay

  • Hadyn Ellis Building, Maindy Road, Cathays, Cardiff

  • Bute Park, off North Road, Cardiff

  • Uskmouth Power Station, West Nash Road, Uskmouth


  • Ms Delphox [incinerated by Karabraxos]

  • Suited Customer [brain turned into soup]

Production Days

  • 16 Days between Monday 3 March - Tuesday 6 May 2014

Production Errors

  1. If the 'atomic shedder' is painless, why does Psi screams after using it?

Working Titles

  • [no known working titles]


The time-heist element to the story is written well with an expensive budget and a whole vault full of treats and treasures with a few convenient plot conveniences. The whole production is movie-quality with great production values and visually pleasing shots. The Teller is an impressive looking monster and serves as lesson and metaphor for species and races being used for the greater good for people with power and money. The plot is very start and go and the sets are evidently recycled throughout. Some surprising moments are not really surprising and the ending although rushed is one of  the more better ones in the series. ***​



Number of Production Days: 5

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