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Stage Fright was the episode of Doctor Who Confidential broadcast in conjunction with The Shakespeare Code.

A condensed 5 minute version of this episode was made available to download in .mp4 format for seven days after broadcast, as part of a BBC trial of video podcasts.[1] It was later uploaded to the BBC's YouTube channel. Both of these were cropped into 4:3 aspect ratio.

Aspects of production covered[edit | edit source]

  • The production crew setting up the Globe Theatre for their filming.
  • The logistics of filming in the Globe around its usual performance times.

Additional topics covered[edit | edit source]

  • The historical ambiguity of Shakespeare as a historical figure, and the choices that Dean Lennox Kelly and Gareth Roberts made regarding how he was as a person within this episode.
  • A Next time on Doctor Who Confidential... trailer for the following episode.

People interviewed[edit | edit source]

Music list[edit | edit source]

  • "Get What You Need" by Jet, Album: Get What You Need[2]
  • "First Cool Hive" by Moby, Album: Everything Is Wrong
  • "Rock & Roll Star" by Oasis, Album: Definitely Maybe
  • "The Battle Galliard" by Sting, Album: Songs From The Labyrinth
  • "Breathe" by The Prodigy, Album: Fat of the Land (also used in DCOM: The Last Battle)
  • "Voodoo Child" by Rogue Traders, Album: Now 64 (also used in TV: The Sound of Drums and DCOM: The Saxon Mystery)
  • "Fly Away" by Lenny Kravitz, Album: Greatest Hits (also used in DCOM: Eyes Wide Open)
  • "Last Trip" by Kasabian, Album: Promo Instrumental (also used in DCOM: Are We There Yet?)

Crew[edit | edit source]

Elements retained in Cut Down[edit | edit source]

  • For an unknown reason the "Cut Down" version didn't have a title card.

Home video releases[edit | edit source]

Doctor Who: The Complete Third Series DVD cover.

The "Cut Down" version of this episode was included on the Doctor Who: The Complete Third Series DVD box set released on 5 November 2007.

Footnotes[edit | edit source]

  1. Ways To Listen: Podcasts & Downloads: Guide. bbc.co.uk (10 April 2007). Retrieved on 18 January 2019.
  2. MUSIC LIST EPISODE 2: Stage Fright. bbc.co.uk. Retrieved on 31 December 2018.
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