Studio filming on the Doctor Who 50th anniversary biopic continued on Wednesday at BBC TV Centre. Scenes from An Unearthly Child were recreated for An Adventure in Space and Time, and the replica TARDIS set can be seen above in the first image to feature the regular cast. In front of the boom operator, from the left, are Jamie Glover (playing William Russell as Ian), Jemma Powell (Jacqueline Hill as Barbara), David Bradley (William Hartnell as the Doctor), and Claudia Grant (Carole Ann Ford as Susan).
The production has also reconstructed the Totter’s Lane scrapyard set and the Police Box prop.
Period cameras and other vintage gallery and studio equipment has been provided by Golden Age Television Recreations.
Further casting news for the drama has been confirmed yesterday. Current voice of the Daleks, Nicholas Briggs will appear as the original Dalek voice artist, Peter Hawkins, and the part of TARDIS set designer, Peter Brachacki is taken by David Annen. Minor roles have gone to Elaine Andrews (as Mum), Philip C Francis (as Customer), and Ernest Gormov (as BBC designer).
The crew now includes Matthew Patnick (line producer), Simon Maloney (first assistant director), Richard Cookson (script editor), and Daniel Bishop (camera operator).