Doctor Who: A New Dimension
was a special Doctor Who: A New Dimension documentary made by the production team and broadcast before Doctor Who Confidential .
Rose Doctor Who: A New Dimension was broadcast on BBC One prior to its related episode, rather than after it on BBC Three. It was not shown under the Doctor Who Confidential banner, though it has been generally considered "episode 0" of the series because it shares Confidential's production team and covers similar subjects.
It was narrated by
David Tennant in his first involvement with the television programme. He later played the Doctor Who Tenth Doctor.
was followed by the first standard Rose Doctor Who Confidential episode, .
Bringing Back the Doctor
Aspects of production covered Edit
Additional topics covered Edit
Coverage and reaction to the new Doctor.
Previews of the production from episode one to six.
Discussion of what the world was like during each era of the Doctor.
People interviewed Edit
Christopher Eccleston, The Ninth Doctor
Billie Piper, Rose Tyler
Julie Gardner, Head of Drama, BBC Wales
Russell T Davies, Head Writer, Doctor Who
Will Cohen, Visual Effects Producer
Peter Davison, The Fifth Doctor
Colin Baker, The Sixth Doctor
Sylvester McCoy, The Seventh Doctor
Mark Gatiss, Writer, Doctor Who
Phil Collinson, Producer, Doctor Who
Simon Edge, Feature Writer, Daily Express
Ben Lawrence, Deputy Editor, Total TV Guide
Jon Peake, Editor, TV Quick
Katy Manning, Jo Grant
Tom Baker, The Fourth Doctor
Noel Clarke & Camille Coduri, Mickey & Rose's Mum
Nicole Methven, TV Editor, Daily Mirror
Charlotte Church, Singer
Music list Edit
"All These Things That I've Done" by The Killers
"Can't Stand Me Now" by The Libertines
"My Way" by Sid Vicious
"Run" by Snow Patrol
"Millennium" by Robbie Williams
"Blue Monday" by New Order
"Stand And Deliver" by Adam & The Ants
"Ghost Town" by The Specials
"Relax" by Frankie Goes To Hollywood
"The Final Countdown" by Europe
"Wake Me Up Before You Go Go" by Wham!
"99 Red Balloons" by Nena
"I Owe You Nothing" by Bros
"Pump Up The Volume" by M|A|R|R|S
"Chocolate" by Snow Patrol
"Jenny Was A Friend Of Mine" by The Killers
"Get It On" by T. Rex
"Hey Joe" by The Jimi Hendrix Experience
"Blockbuster" by Sweet
"Space Oddity" by David Bowie
"Atomic" by Blondie
"Brass In Pocket (I'm Special)" by The Pretenders
"Nu Flow" by Big Brovaz
"My Generation" by The Who
"Keep On Running" by The Spencer Davis Group
"Top Of The Pops Theme (1969)"
"You Really Got Me" by The Kinks
"I Heard It Through The Grapevine" by Marvin Gaye
"All Or Nothing" by The Small Faces
"Last Post On The Bugle" by The Libertines
Camera - Eric Huyton, Nick Jardine, Chris Pain
Sound - Richard Maxwell, Kevin Meredith, Roger Van Koningsveld
Runners - Maxine Hughes, Hannah Williams
Junior Researcher - Alexander Gratton
Researchers - Geoff Evans, Zoë Rushton
Production Co-ordinators - Caroline Harris, Hannah Simpson
Production Managers - Catherine Gosling, Zoë Scott
Editors - Sven Brooks, Tom Appleby, Lee Buers, Ian Pitch, Ian Hunt, Rob Mansell
Colourist - Chris Packman
Dubbing - Steve Hudson
Titles - Rheea Aranha
Countdown Graphics - Lee Binding
Title Music Arrangement - Murray Gold, Andy Coles
Executive Producers for Dr Who - Russell T Davies, Julie Gardner, Mal Young
Executive Producer - Mark Cossey
Produced & Directed by - Gillane Seaborne, Adam Page
Home video releases Edit
As of April 2020 no version of the episode is available commercially.