Evolution of the Daleks
21 April 2007
Miranda Raison (Tallulah), Ryan Carnes (Laszlo), Hugh Quarshie (Solomon), Andrew Garfield (Frank) , Eric Loren (Mr Diagoras) , Eric Loren (Dalek Sec) , Flik Swan (Myrna), Alexis Caley (Lois), Earl Perkins (Man #1), Peter Brooke (Man #2), Ian Porter (Foreman) , Ian Porter (Hybrid) , Joe Montana (Worker #1) , Stewart Alexander (Worker #2) , Mel Taylor (Dock Worker) , Barnaby Edwards, Nicholas Pegg, Anthony Spargo , David Hankinson (Dalek Operators), Nicholas Briggs (Dalek Voices), Paul Kasey (Hero Pig).
|Written by||Helen Rayner|
|Directed by||James Strong|
|Produced by||Julie Garner and Phil Colinson|
As a new Dalek Empire rises in 1930s New York, The Doctor must enter an unholy alliance.
- This is the first new series episode to use the classic…of the Daleks title format. (So far the only new series episodes to have this format are the Eleventh Doctor episodes Victory of the Daleks, and Asylum of the Daleks. A Tenth Doctor novel, Prisoner of the Daleks, followed.)
- As is routine for post-2005 Doctor Who, a”NEXT TIME” trailer for the next episode is shown at the end of the episode.