Lynda Bellingham (The Inquisitor of "The Trial of a Time Lord") was featured on the explicit UK adult comedy show "So Graham Norton" on its Friday 23 March edition. The show's researcher contacted Mark Campbell the day before recording after seeing an interview with her on his website (freespace.virgin.net/mark.campbell10/lynda.htm). Norton displayed a photo of her as the Inquisitor and she talked briefly about her experiences on 'Trial of a Time Lord'. The show will be repeated in the UK on Wednesday 28 March on C4 at 11.05pm.
Caroline John (Liz Shaw) is currently appearing in a TV commercial for Swedish furniture retailer Ikea in the UK. She plays a housewife who comes home to find that three Ikea 'hitmen' have kidnapped her husband because she hasn't bought any of their products.
Colin Baker & Katy Manning were featured on the February 9 edition of 3 News on TV3 in New Zealand, while guests in Auckland for the Armageddon Pulp Culture Expo. The TV story contained comments from both Colin & Katy, together with several clips from the show including the Daleks. Our friends at Gallifrey 5 are hosting the clip (337k in length); it can be downloaded here. A video is also available at http://www.tv3.co.nz/news/index.cfm?news_category_id=3; scroll down to "Exterminate" and click "more". (Thanks to Gallifrey 5)
Paul McGann is having a street named after him... well, him and his three acting brothers. The Liverpool City Council have approved the name "McGann Street" for use in the city, in honour of the acting family. The street to bear the name has yet to be chosen. (Thanks to Mike Hall)
John Levene ("Benton") will be seen in a new film, "CanniBallistic!" directed by James Felix McKenney, also starring Don Wood and Laura Sweeney. Information on the film can be found at www.monsterpantsonline.com.