Barbara Kidd was credited for costumes on Doctor Who from 1973-75 and in 1982, and as a costume designer on Doctor Who from 2010-11.

Kidd's career between Doctor Who stints was a busy one. Her most noteworthy work of the 2000s was her Emmy and RTS award-winning turn on Little Dorrit, on which she worked with director Adam Smith and actors Arthur Darvill, Bill Paterson, Eve Myles, Ruth Jones, Annette Crosbie, Russell Tovey and Freema Agyeman, amongst others. In the year 2001 she won an RTS and BAFTA award for another Charles Dickens adaptation, The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby which featured Sophia Myles.

She returned to Doctor Who immediately after her stint on the 2010 series of Wallander, produced by Sanne Wohlenberg and partially directed by Hettie MacDonald. Because of their working relationship on Wallander, it's likely Wohlenberg, the producer of the 2010 Doctor Who Christmas special, had some influence in bringing Kidd back into the programme.

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