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Wednesday, 24 October 2007 - Reported by DWNP Archive

Sound editor Kelly-Marie Angell has won an award for her work onDoctor Who.

The 22-year-old was named Most Promising Newcomer at The Conch 2007- the UK Screen Association's film, commercial and TV sound awards ceremony.

Angell, who works for Bang Post Production, joined the series while on a gap year from a music and sound technology course at the University of Portsmouth.

She said in a report on BBC News: "We use all sorts of things. Celery is used for broken bones, melons for blood and guts, and hair gel for slime.

"My favourite scene was episode six of the last Doctor Who series where we had the Lazarus monster - it was a huge challenge.

"For that one, we used hair gel and lots of broken glass."

Angell also works on spin-offs Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures.