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In the closing credits of ''The Doctor's Wife'', Susannah was given the on-screen credit "Junk Console Designer."
 
In the closing credits of ''The Doctor's Wife'', Susannah was given the on-screen credit "Junk Console Designer."
 
She later studied [[Physics]] at Durham University.<ref>https://www.facebook.com/susannah.leah</ref>
 
   
 
== Footnotes ==
 
== Footnotes ==

Revision as of 13:29, November 18, 2018

RealWorld

Susannah Leah was a schoolgirl from Lancashire, England who won a 2009 competition on Blue Peter to design a TARDIS console to be featured on Doctor Who.[1]

At age twelve, while attending school in Todmorden,[2] Susannah submitted a console design which was chosen by Steven Moffat, Edward Thomas and Blue Peter editor Tim Levell as the winner for the 11-12 age group. Matt Smith chose Susannah's design out of the three age groups' winning entries as his favourite, and the design was used as the console for the Junk TARDIS in The Doctor's Wife.

Susannah Leah TARDIS console design

Susannah Leah's winning TARDIS console design.

Susannah was featured on the 10 May 2011 episode of Blue Peter. She was brought for a visit to the art department, during which she met Michael Pickwoad and saw her console being built. She was later taken to watch the location filming of the scene featuring her console in House's TARDIS junkyard. During a break in filming she was introduced to Matt Smith, who congratulated her and praised her design. It was also announced that Susannah's TARDIS would be produced as a playset by Character Options.

In the closing credits of The Doctor's Wife, Susannah was given the on-screen credit "Junk Console Designer."

Footnotes

  1. "New TARDIS in the New Episode", BBC.co.uk
  2. "Blue Peter awaits for our Susannah", Todmorden News, 5 May 2011
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