OVERALL EPISODE NUMBER: 582
STORY NUMBER: 124
TRANSMITTED: Monday 22 March 1982
WRITER: Peter Grimwade
DIRECTOR: Ron Jones
SCRIPT EDITOR: Eric Saward
PRODUCER: John Nathan-Turner
RATINGS: 10.1 million viewers
FORMAT: DVD: Doctor Who - Time-Flight/ Arc of Infinity
"Emergency! We have lost contact with Concorde Golf Victor Foxtrot!"
Heathrow Airport tracks the loss of one of it's Concorde aircraft by radar. Affected by the same disturbance the Tardis is forced onto Heathrow's flightpath and then into the terminal buildings where the Doctor uses his UNIT credentials to explain their presence and is co-opted into the investigation. He has the Tardis loaded onto a second Concorde flight which also vanishes from Heathrow's radar but the crew find they have landed at the airport. The Doctor proves it is an illusion and they are in fact in a barren prehistoric landscape with the original Concorde. While the Doctor & Tegan investigate a spaceship wreck the Tardis is seized by passengers from the first flight and taken away to the citadel of the wizard Kalid who is observing proceedings. Two of the crew of the Doctor's Concorde pursue their colleagues but are surrounded by grey alien creatures and teleported away. When the Doctor returns the creatures come for him too....
You know what this is ? It's "we've done a deal with Heathrow Airport to use it and a Concorde in a program. Look everyone - it's Concorde!"
The location work at Heathrow, aided by a layer of snow, looks fab but the moment a Doctor Who fan sees an Airport they're going to think "Gatwick Airport" & "Faceless Ones" which automatically invites a comparison. And while the locations are good the alien landscape in the studio is poor, looking like it's a studio!
The script is by first time writer for the show Peter Grimwade, who over the last two years had been a very successful director fronting Full Circle, Logopolis, Kinda and the previous story Earthshock. This isn't his first TV writing work as he'd been writing sice the late 60s, with several episodes of Z-Cars, but it is somewhat pedestrian.
It's nice to see the events of the last episode referenced as the Doctor tries to explain why he couldn't go back for Adric..... but fails completely:
DOCTOR: Crew of the freighter safely returned to their own time.My point from the last episode stands: There's a considerable gap in time between the escape pod launching and the freighter being destroyed, how does the Doctor know what has happened on the bridge during this time? Why doesn't he land the Tardis on the bridge the moment the escape pod leaves and rescues Adric? Still it's good to know Scott, Briggs, Berger and the remaining Trooper don't get marooned on prehistoric Earth forever.
NYSSA: Cyber fleet dispersed.
TEGAN: Oh, great. You make it sound like a shopping list, ticking off things as you go. Aren't you forgetting something rather important? Adric is dead.
NYSSA: Tegan, please.
DOCTOR: We feel his loss as well.
TEGAN: Well, you could do more than grieve. You could go back.
NYSSA: Could you?
NYSSA: But surely the Tardis is quite capable of
TEGAN: We can change what happened if we materialise before Adric was killed.
DOCTOR: And change your own history?
TEGAN: Look, the freighter could still crash into Earth. That doesn't have to be changed. Only Adric doesn't have to be on board.
DOCTOR: Now listen to me, both of you. There are some rules that cannot be broken even with the Tardis. Don't ever ask me to do anything like that again. You must accept that Adric is dead. His life wasn't wasted. He died trying to save others, just like his brother, Varsh. You know, Adric had a choice. This is the way he wanted it.
TEGAN: We used to fight a lot. I'll miss him.
NYSSA: So will I.
DOCTOR: And me. But he wouldn't want us to mourn unnecessarily.
Still it is rather amusing that having spent half the season trying to get Tegan back to Heathrow, the Doctor finally manages it when he's not trying to!
DOCTOR: Seems to have done the trick.Once they're inside the Terminal Building Tegan can see more problems:
NYSSA: Where are we?
DOCTOR: Somewhere above Hyde Park. The view should be spectacular.
TEGAN: That's not Hyde Park, that's Heathrow Airport!
DOCTOR: You're right.
TEGAN: Well, I never thought I'd say this, but let's get out of here! We could be in the path of an oncoming aircraft!
TEGAN: You've landed us right in the middle of a Terminal building.Sure enough they get their collar felt quickly ....
DOCTOR: So I have.
TEGAN: The authorities'll go mad.
DOCTOR: Well, we'll only be here a moment. I hope.
ANDREWS: Are you responsible for this box, sir?It's nice to see the Doctor's connection with UNIT being given it's first mention in the series for donkeys years. UNIT would have been relatively fresh in viewers' minds following the repeats of The Three Doctors during the Five Faces of Doctor Who the previous November.
DOCTOR: Well, I try to be.
NYSSA: Doctor, you've done it again.
DOCTOR: Nonsense. We'll be away from here in no time.
ANDREWS: Would you be so good as to open it up, sir?
DOCTOR: Is that a good idea?
ANDREWS: I must insist, sir. Security.
DOCTOR: Yes, of course. Security.
ANDREWS: You have the key, sir?
DOCTOR: You'd do much better to check with UNIT, department C19. Sir John Sudbury is the man you want.
ANDREWS: And who exactly are you, sir?
DOCTOR: Oh, just tell him it's the Doctor. And do send my regards to Brigadier Lethbridge Stewart. Unless, of course, he's a General by now. You see? What did I say. We'll be gone in a couple of shakes.
SHEARD: A doctor with a police box. Really, Sir John, I hardly. Yes, yes, of course I appreciate the political ramifications, but.... Yes, but surely that's all the more reason for not wasting time with this doctor. Yes, I. Yes, I beg your pardon. Of course, if you insist, Sir John..... and that's the Doctor involved in the investigation into the missing Concorde!
ANDREWS: The party with the police box in Terminal One have full security clearance from C19.
SHEARD: That was UNIT. We are obliged to brief this doctor on the disappearance of Victor Foxtrot. Jim, I've had these Whitehall jokers up to here.
Management have some concerns about The Doctor's plan though:
SHEARD: But why does it have to be another Concorde?And, to be fair, The Doctor doesn't exactly say why it needs to be a Concorde!
DOCTOR: We must follow the same route, same height, same speed, and with my equipment on board I can identify what I believe to be an exponential time contour.
SHEARD: And you really believe that Victor Foxtrot flew into a time warp?
DOCTOR: Exactly. And we can't have a navigational hazard like that hanging about the galaxy.
SHEARD: Yes? Thank you. Golf Alpha Charlie is ready for boarding.
The Tardis being loaded into Concorde sideways initially causes problems, which are partially solved by the Doctor reorientating the interior against the outside.
NYSSA: I wish I'd known about that when we were on Castrovalva.On Castrovalva the Tardis landed at an angle and, with The Doctor indisposed, the interior remained sloped for the rest of the story.
DOCTOR: So useful when you want to maintain a dignified attitude.
There's a couple more lovely nods to previous stories after they travel back in time.
DOCTOR: Definitely Jurassic. There's a nip in the air, though. We can't be far off the Pleistocene era.The Fourth Doctor famously wore a scarf while the Third Doctor encountered a brontosaur in Invasion of the Dinosaurs.
TEGAN: The ice age?
DOCTOR: It's times like this I wish I still had my scarf. Better watch out for the odd brontosaurus.
On first viewing in 1982 I found the figure of the Kalid (poor choice of name considering there's a significant alien race in Doctor Who called the Kaleds) an interesting figure, surrounded by technology in the middle of the prehistoric landscape. He must be a survivor of the crashed spaceship the Doctor and Tegan found. The Kalid's credited actor is Leon Ny Taiy.....
Right, lots of cast to get through here. We'll start with the first Concorde. It's Captain, Captain Urquhart, is played by John Flint who was William des Preaux in The Crusade. He'd been in Quatermass and the Pit as a Journalist in The Halfmen and in Paul of Tarsus, which starred Patrick Troughton as Paul, as Saul's companion in The Road to Damascus & Simon Peter.
The Flight Engineer on Speedbird Concorde one nine two is Richard Bonehill who had been a Security Guard in Logopolis. He returns a an Officer in Enlightenment, a Guardolier in Timelash, a Guard in Revelation of the Daleks and a Hyperion III Loader/Guard in The Trial of a Time Lord: Terror of the Vervoids. He was a stand in in Edge of Darkness, in Robin of Sherwood he was a Swordsman in The Children of Israel and a Driver in Cromm Cruac while in Gormenghast he was the sword master. He played multiple roles in both the last two Star Wars films: a snowtrooper, a stormtrooper, and Rebel officer Palo Torshan in The Empire Strikes Back; and a stormtrooper, a Mon Calamari, an X-wing pilot, a TIE pilot, and named characters Nien Nunb, Ree-Yees, and Mosep Binneed in Return of the Jedi. He was also an extra in Flash Gordonand Buck the Hotel Clerk in Highlander.
The first Concorde's First Officer in the film sequences is David Rogue who will return as a Buccaneer Guard, Wrack Deck Crew & Striker Deck Crew in Enlightenment, a Guard in Planet of Fire and an Alphan servant The Trial of a Time Lord: Mindwarp. In the studio the First Officer is Clark Stephens who had been a Citizen in Full Circle. He's also a passenger during this story.
Air Steward Dave Culshaw is played by Barney Lawrence so we finally get to find out what he looks like! He had been a Marshman in Full Circle, a Guard in State of Decay, a Foster in Keeper of Traken, a Kinda Hostage in Kinda and the Male Android Silhouette in Earthshock. He returns as Tanha’s Bodyguard in Snakedance, a member of Striker's crew in Enlightenment, a Marine Guard in Warriors of the Deep, and a Trooper in Resurrection of the Daleks. He was in Blake's 7 as a Federation Trooper in Time Squad & Bounty, a Guard in Traitor and Zukan's Technician in Warlord.
Stewardess Angela Clifford is played by Judith Byfield who also provides the Tannoy Voice.
Onto the Heathrow staff.
McDermott can be seen in The Sweeney episode Stay Lucky Eh? as Ken Algar and in The Professionals as Miller in Backtrack. He's one of a few Doctor Who actors with Babylon 5 on their CV playing Durhan in Learning Curve.
Jim Andrews, the head of security at Heathrow, is a familiar figure to sit com viewers in the 80s: he's played by Peter Cellier who was in Yes Minister and it's sequel Yes, Prime Minister as Sir Frank Gordon, the Permanent Secretary to HM Treasury. He'd been in The Professionals as Walton in Long Shot, is in Chariots of Fire as the Head Waiter at the Savoy and in Clockwise he plays a Headmaster. He appears in the Midsomer Murders episode A Talent for Life with a scene stealing performance as Peregrine Slade, the man who takes charge at the funeral.
Airport Management: previously seen leaning over Horton's shoulder as the Concorde goes missing then seated next to him at the management conference is Ken Sedd a Wheel Crewmember in The Wheel in Space, a Bi-Al Member in The Invisible Enemy, should have been a Young Scientist in Shada, and was an an Argolin Guide in The Leisure Hive and He returns as and a Guest Gambler in Enlightment. He's also in Doomwatch as a Man in You Killed Toby Wren, Flight Into Yesterday, The Inquest & The Logicians, a Barman in High Mountain and a Man in Club in The Killer Dolphins. He appears in our favourite Adam Adamant Lives! episode D for Destruction as a TA Soldier and in A Sinister Sort of Service as an S.S. Guard. He was a long term associate of comedian Benny Hill appearing frequently in his programs.
The member of management on the other side of the conference table is Douglas Stark who was a Sorenson Monster in Planet of Evil, a man in Image of the Fendahl, a Guide in The Leisure Hive, and a Cricketer in Black Orchid. He returns as a Soldier in Caves of Androzani, Mercenary in Dragonfire and a Pallbearer in Remembrance of the Daleks.
The Chief Terminal Duty Officer is the man wearing the security guard's uniform who spots the Doctor's party and he's played by Ron Gregory - I had to look at his Aveleyman page to work out who the Chief Terminal Duty Officer was! He had been a Guardian in the first two episodes of The Ark, a UNIT Soldier in Ambassadors of Death and a Priest in Androids of Tara. He'd been in The Prisoner as a Pub Customer/Boxing Fan/Man at Fairground in The Girl Who Was Death and in Doomwatch as a Computer Technician in The Plastic Eaters and a Guard in Train and De-Train. In Monty Python's Flying Circus he's one of the many Gasman in Dinsdale! and in Jeeves and Wooster he's a Man in Court in Bertie Takes Gussie's Place at Deverill Hall. On the big screen he's in the Sean Connery James Bond films Diamonds Are Forever as a Casino Patron and Never Say Never Again as a Clerk. In Superman II he's a Presidential Advisor while in Morons from Outer Space he's a the Minister's Dinner Guest.
Onto the the group he summons to deal with the Doctor's party made up of four securityguards, two policeman and featuring a whole load of familiar faces.
We'll start with the Policeman at the back. Ladies and gentlemen, incredibly for the first time this season, it's Pat Gorman! Since we haven't seen him for a while, it's probably time for a ceremonial full reading of his credits:
He made his Doctor Who debut as a Freedom Fighter in Dalek Invasion of Earth going on to play a Planetarian in Mission to the Unknown, a Greek Soldier in The Myth Makers, a Guard in The Massacre, a Worker in The War Machines, a Monk in The Abominable Snowmen, a Guard in The Enemy of the World, a Cyberman in The Invasion, a Technician in The Seeds of Death, a Military Policeman in The War Games, the Silurian Scientist in Doctor Who and the Silurians, a Technician in The Ambassadors of Death, a Primord in Inferno, the Auton Leader in Terror of the Autons, a Primitive, Voice and Long in Colony in Space, a Coven Member in The Dæmons, a Guard & a Film Cameraman in Day of the Daleks, a Sea Devil in The Sea Devils, a UNIT Soldier in The Three Doctors, an Earth Guard & a Sea Devil in Frontier in Space, a Global Chemicals Guard/'Nuthatch' Resident in The Green Death, a UNIT Corporal in Invasion of the Dinosaurs, a Guard in The Monster of Peladon, a Soldier in Planet of the Spiders, the Gate Guard in Robot, a Thal Soldier in Genesis of the Daleks, a Cyberman/Dead Crewman in Revenge of the Cybermen, a Guard in The Seeds of Doom, a Soldier/Brother in The Masque of Mandragora, a Chancellory Guard in The Deadly Assassin, a Medic in The Invisible Enemy, a Kro in The Ribos Operation, the Pilot in The Armageddon Factor, a Thug in City of Death, Gundan in Warriors' Gate and a Foster in The Keeper of Traken, He returns as Grogan in Enlightenment, a Soldier in The Caves of Androzani and a Slave Worker/Cyberman in Attack of the Cybermen.
And it's not just Doctor Who he's appeared in! He was in Blake's 7 as a Scavenger in Deliverance, a Federation Trooper/Rebel in Voice from the Past, the Trantinian planet hopper Captain in Gambit, a Death Squad Trooper in Powerplay, a Federation Trooper in The Harvest of Kairos & Rumours of Death, a Hommik Warrior in Power, a Helot in Traitor and a Federation Trooper in Games & Blake. He's in The Prisoner as a Hospital Orderly in Hammer Into Anvil and Doomwatch as a Man in Hear No Evil. In Fawlty Towers he's a Hotel Guest in The Builders and in Porridge he plays a Prison Officer in The Desperate Hours. He was the Captain of the Guard in the I, Claudius episod Reign of Terror, was a Flying Squad Officer in The Sweeney episodes Thou Shalt Not Kill & Latin Lady and was in The Professionals at least 6 times as a Golfer in Killer with a Long Arm, a CI5 Agent in Close Quarters & Servant of Two Masters, a Security Man in Weekend in the Country, a Police Superintendant at inquest in Discovered in a Graveyard and the Man in the Burger Van in No Stone. He was a Blind Man in the fifth episode of The Day of the Triffids, the Killer in The Nightmare Man, a Legionnaire in Beau Geste, a Policeman in The Young Ones: Interesting and many, many, many more!
The second Policemen, just in front of PC Gorman, is another regular James Muir who had previously been a UNIT Soldier in The Time Monster, a UNIT Soldier in Invasion of the Dinosaurs, a Muto in Genesis of the Daleks, a UNIT Soldier in Terror of the Zygons, a Brother in The Masque of Mandragora, a Death Attendant in The Sun Makers, a Technician in The Pirate Planet, a Druid in The Stones of Blood, a Louvre Detective in City of Death, a Mandrel in Nightmare of Eden, then would have been the Man Fishing and a Krarg in Shada, after which he was seen as a Foamasi in The Leisure Hive, a Gaztak in Meglos, a Tharil in Warriors' Gate and the Police Driver in Black Orchid. He returns as an RAF Driver in Remembrance of the Daleks. He'd been in Blake's 7 as a Federation Trooper in Seek-Locate-Destroy, a Phibian in Orac, a Rebel in Pressure Point, a Monster in Dawn of the Gods, a Link in Rescue, a Helot in Traitor, a Pirate Guard in Assassin & a Federation Trooper in Blake. He was the Vl'Hurg Leader i episode 4 of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy and was a technician in Moonbase 3: Castor and Pollux. He was in The Professionals as a Police Man in Stakeout and Rentaghost as a Party Guest in thr third series fourth episode.
Now the Security Guards. In front of PCs Gorman and Muir as thy come up the stairs and then to the left as the group goes round the corner is John Cannon. He'd been a Miner in Monster of Peladon, Elgin in Hand of Fear, a Passerby in Talons of Weng Chiang, a member of the Audience/Stagehands/Doorman (Fred) in Talons of Weng Chiang, a Trog in Underworld, a Techniciann in the Pirate Planet, a Guard in The Armageddon Factor, a Guard in Creature fron the Pit, and would have been the Executioner in Shada. He returns as the Police Sergeant in Mawdryn Undead, the Shadow Helmsman in Enlightenment and a Retainer in King's Demons. In Blake's 7 he's a Federation Trooper in Project Avalon, Cevedic's Heavy in Gambit, a Labourer in The Harvest of Kairos and a Federation Trooper in Children of Auron. In Moonbase 3 he's a Technician in Castor and Pollux and in I, Claudius he's the Cake Ship slave in - A Touch of Murder. He's in Porridge twice: he's a Prisoner in A Night In and No Way Out. In The Sweeney he's in Supersnout as a Constable and Thou Shalt Not Kill as a Policeman while in The Professionals he's Huey in It's Only a Beautiful Picture. In The Empire Strikes Back he's a Holographic Imperial Officer while in Beau Geste he played a Legionnaire.
In front of him is, I think, Ridgewell Hawkes who'd been a Mute in Armageddon Factor, a Bearer in Creature fron the Pit, a Space Monster in Shada (Dalek/Sontaran/Zygon/Cyberman), and a Pangol Dotcor in The leisure Hive. He returns as a Seabase Guard in Warriors of the Deep and a Gastropod in Twin Dilemna. In Blake's 7 he's a Rebel in Pressure Point, a Customer/Gambler in Gambit, a Goth Guard in The Keeper, a Guard in Dawn of the Gods, a Menial in Ultraworld and a Hommik in Power. In The Professionals he's a Policeman in The Purging of Ci5.
The figure to his right is Steve Ismay, making his last Doctor Who appearance! He had been a BBC3 TV Crewmember in The Dæmons, a Guerilla & Stills Cameraman in Day of the Daleks, Sea Devil in The Sea Devils, Varan's Bodyguard in The Mutants a Presidential Guard in Frontier in Space and a Security Guard in The Green Death. He's in every story in season 10 playing a UNIT Soldier in The Time Warrior, an Army Soldier in Invasion of the Dinosaurs, an Exxilon & Exxilon Zombie in Death to the Daleks, a Guard in The Monster of Peladon and a Metebelis 3 Guard in Planet of the Spiders. He then plays a Guard in The Deadly Assassin, a Leviathan Guard in Ribos Operation, a Gracht Guard & one of Zadek's Guards in The Androids of Tara, would have been a "Space Monster" in Shada, possibly a Cyberman, then plays a Citizen in Full Circle and a Cyberman in Earthshock. He had been a Man in the Doomwatch episode The Islanders & Flood, and then appears in The Sweeney as a Policeman in Cover Story, a Driver in Golden Boy and a Villain in Stoppo Driver. In Porridge he played a Prison Warden in A Night In and a Gardener in Happy Release while in The Tomorrow People he was in a Vesh Rebel in Worlds Away and an SIS Sergeant in The Dirtiest Business. In Blake's 7 he plays a Scavenger in Deliverance, a Guard in Dawn of the Gods, a Convict in Moloch and a Hommik in Power.
At the front of the party Reg Woods, who looks awfully like Chief Terminal Duty Officer Ron Gregory. He'd been a Palace Guard in Androids of Tara, a Bearer in Creature fron the Pit, would have been a Krarg in Shada, then played a Pangol Body Part & Member of Pangol Army in The Leisure Hive and a Guard in State of Decay. His role as a Policeman at Station is cut from Black Orchid He returns as Member of Striker's Crew in Enlightenment. In Blake's 7 he's a Scavenger in Deliverance, a Rebel in Voice from the Past, a Menial in Ultraworld, a Space Rat in Stardrive and a Space Princess Guard/Passenger in Gold. He's also in The Professionals episode Fugitive as the Florist's delivery man and Black Out in what IMDB describes as "Bit Part" and the Fawlty Towers episode The Kipper and the Corpse as a Hotel Guest.
The last Security Man, who I can only spot in the studio escotrting The Doctor and co to the management offfices, is Tommy Winward.
Somewhere in the film sequences we have a Photographer and his Girlfriend. Can I find them? NO! The Photographr is Kevin O’Brien who was a Member of the Pangol Army in The Leisure Hive, a Citizen in Full Circle, a Cricketer/Spectators in Black Orchid and Trooper Collis in Earthshock. He's back as a Guard in Arc of Inifinity, a Vanir in Terminus, one of Ranulf's Knights in Kings Demons, a Crewmemebr & Soldier in Resurrctuion of the Daleks, a Guardolier in Timelash, a Resistance Fighter in Trial of a Timelord: Mindwarp and a Court Guard in Trial of a Timelord: Terror of the Vervoids & Ultimate Foe. In Blake's 7 he was a Technician in Dawn of the Gods and he plays a Hell's Angel in Red Dwarf: Meltdown.
More characters I can't locate, this time referred to as Americans. Again they're marked as Film Only in the DWAS Production File so that could mean they're in the terminal building or on the plane
John Dair was in Porridge where he played Crusher in The Harder They Fall, A Storm in a Teacup and Final Stretch. In The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy he was the Rich Merchant in the third episode and in the 1989 Batman film he played Ricorso.
The other American Jack Horton returns as a Brown Robed Time Lord in Trial of a a Time Lord Terror of the Vervoids and The Ultimate Foe.
Onto the Businessmen Passengers. The first are down as Film Only, so at the Airport or, more likely I'd have thought, on the plane.
Brychan Powell had previously been a Daleks' Guard and Russian Aide in Day of the Daleks, a Solonian in The Mutants, the Prime Minister in The Green Death, a Mentiad in The Pirate Planet, a Noble in The Androids of Tara, a Logopolitan in Logopolis and an Umpire in Black Orchid. He returns as a Citizen Unbeliever in Planet of Fire. In Doomwatch he was a man in Flood.
Charles Millward had also been an Umpire in Black Orchid He returns as a Time Lord in The Five Doctors.
Also playing Businessmen Passengers on Film Only are Simon Joseph and Edward Fraser.
The rest of the Businessman Passengers appear in the Studio sequences as well being on film.
Leslie Weekes had been a Varga Plant in Mission to the Unknown, a Highlander in The Highlanders, a Prison officer & UNIT Soldier in The Mind of Evil, a UNIT stretcher bearer & SRS Bouncer/Officer/Audience in Robot, multiple Vogans in Revenge of the Cybermen, a Peasant, a Pikeman, a Traveller, a Drummer & a Brethren Member in The Masque of Mandragora, and one of the Pangol Army in The Leisure Hive. He return as a Time Lord in Trial of a Time Lord: Mysterious Planet. In In Blake's 7 he was a Scientist in Project Avalon and in Doomwatch he was a Man in The Islanders.
Richard Atherton had been as Llama in The Abominable Snowmen, a Prisoner, Prison Officer & Police Inspector in The Mind of Evil and a Noble in Androids of Tara
Jim Morris, who I can't find on IMDB, was previously a Foster in Keeper of Traken and the Station Master in Black Orchid
Leslie Adams was in Blake's 7 as a Passenger in Gold, was a Driver in The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin series 3 episode 6 and is the Desk Sergeant in Agatha Christie's Miss Marple the 4:50 from Paddington.
Onto the femle passengers, who all have their ages given and most of whom are both on location and in the studio.
One Lady Passenger (40ish) is Maggie Pilleau who had been a Technician in Doctor Who and the Silurians, one of the Complex Personnel in Hand of Fear, a Druid in Stones of Blood, a Slave in Destiny of the Daleks and a Tourist in Louvre in City of Death. In Doomwatch she was a Computer Technician in Project Sahara, a Civil Servant in Fire and Brimstone and a u Woman in Flood. In Blake's 7 she's a Mutoid in both Pressure Point and Hostage.
The other Lady Passenger (40ish) is Jackie Noble who returns as an Alphan Woman/Servant in Trial of a Time Lord: Mindwarp. She's only in the location footage.
Lady Passenger (Mid 20s) is Beverley Jennings who was a Citizen in Full Circle.
The only Lady Passenger without an age given is Jay Roberts who was a Passenger in Nightmare of Eden. She also is only in the location footage.
Finally there's some more Passengers who only appear in the studio.
George Romanov had been an Usher in The Massacre, a Plague Victim in Doctor Who and the Silurians, a Kaled Councillor in Genesis of the Daleks, a Time Lord in Deadly Assasin and a Noble in Androids of Tara.
Tony Snell was a UNIT Soldier in Seeds of Doom, a Guard in Invasion of Time, a Levithian Guard in Ribos Operation, a Gracht Guard in Androids of Tara and a Foster in Keeper of Traken. In The Prisoner he was a Party Guest in A. B. and C. and a Villager in Dance of the Dead. In Blake's 7 he's an Albian Rebel/Federation Trooper in Countdown. In The Sweeney he's a Parent in Jigsaw and in the Diamonds Are Forever he's an Assistant.
Lionel Sansby was a UNIT Soldier in the Silurians, one of the Complex Personnel in Hand of Fear, a Passengerin Nightmare of Eden, would have been a Krarg in Shada and was a Cricketer in Black Orchid. He returns one of the Men in the Cave Croud in Snakedance, and as a Lazar in Terminus. In Blake's 7 he was a Federation Trooper in Seek-Locate-Destroy and in Doomwatch he was a Man in No Room for Error.
Jane Bough had been a Maid at Chateau in City of Death.
Dan Long should have been a Farmhand in The Visitation.
There is a rather ominous milestone we must mark with this episode: This is the last time the original series of Doctor Who records a viewing figure over the 10 million mark.