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Frazer Hines Poster

Other Works

  • Provided a commentary for the Doctor Who DVD "The Two Doctors".
  • Provided a commentary for the Doctor Who DVD "Tomb of the Cybermen".
  • Provided a commentary for the Doctor Who DVD "The Mind Robber".
  • Provided a commentary for the Doctor Who DVD "The Seeds of Death".
  • Provided a commentary for the Doctor Who DVD "The Invasion".
  • August 2000: Provided linking narration on the BBC Radio Collection audio release of "Doctor Who: The Highlanders".
  • March 2000: Provided linking narration on the BBC Radio Collection audio of "Doctor Who: The Web Of Fear". This was re-released in April 2003, along with "Doctor Who: Abominable Snowman" as an mp3 CD. Both titles were then repackaged together in July 2003, as the "Doctor Who: Yeti Attack" boxed set.
  • 2001: Appeared in the stage thriller "Wait Until Dark".
  • 2000: Appeared in the stage thriller "Dial M For Murder".
  • 1998: Appeared in the stage comedy "Run For Your Wife".
  • 1994: Appeared in the stage comedy "Not Now Darling".
  • 2005: Provided linking narration on the BBC Radio Collection audio of "Doctor Who: "The Ice Warriors".
  • November 2004: Provided linking narration on the BBC Radio Collection audio of "Doctor Who: The Invasion". This was also included as part of the "Doctor Why: Cyberman Tin" boxed set.
  • February 2004: Provided linking narration on the BBC Radio Collection audio of "Doctor Who: Fury From The Deep".
  • November 2003: Provided linking narration on the BBC Radio Collection audio of "Doctor Who: The Evil Of The Daleks". This was released as part of "Doctor Who: The Daleks Tin", along with "Doctor Who: The Power Of The Daleks". This title was released individually in August 2004.
  • February 2003: Provided linking narration on the BBC Radio Collection audio of "Doctor Who: The Space Pirates".
  • August 2002: Provided linking narration on the BBC Radio Collection audio of "Doctor Who: The Enemy Of The World".
  • February 2002: Provided linking narration on the BBC Radio Collection audio of "Doctor Who: The Faceless Ones".
  • July 2001: Provided linking narration on the BBC Radio Collection audio of "Doctor Who: The Abominable Snowman". This was re-released in April 2003, along with "Doctor Who: The Web of Fear" as an mp3 CD. Both titles were then repackaged together in July 2003, as the "Doctor Who: Yeti Attack" boxed set.
  • April 2001: Provided linking narration on the BBC Radio Collection audio of "Doctor Who: The Moonbase".
  • Provided a commentary for the Doctor Who DVD "The War Games".
  • (1956) He acted in Bertolt Brecht's play, "The Good Woman of Setzuan," in an English Stage Company production at the Royal Court Theatre in London, England with Peggy Ashcroft, George Devine, Rachel Kempson, John Moffatt, Esme Percy, Peter Woodthorpe, Robert Stephens, Joan Plowright, Sheila Ballantine, and John Osborne in the cast. George Devine was also director. Paul Dessau was music director. Berthold Goldschmidt was musical director.
  • (2012) Provided a commentary for the surviving episodes of the Doctor Who (1963) DVD "The Moonbase".
  • (1968) Hines released Who's Doctor Who?, a novelty single on Major Minor Records, written by Barry Mason and Les Reed. It failed to chart.
  • (2012) Provided a commentary for the Doctor Who (1963) DVD "The Tomb of the Cybermen" (Special Edition).
  • (July 10, 2015) Plays a barman in the music video for the song "Killing Kiss" by Linzi Gold and directed by Chris Stone.
  • (2013) Provided a commentary for surviving episodes of the Doctor Who (1963) DVD "The Ice Warriors".

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