Phil Ford (writer)

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Phil Ford
Occupation Television scriptwriter
Language English
Nationality British
Period 1997–
Genres Drama, science fiction

Phil Ford is a British television writer. He was head writer for the second series of The Sarah Jane Adventures,[1] broadcast in 2008, wrote "The Waters of Mars", one of the 2009 special episodes of Doctor Who, with Russell T Davies.[2] and wrote the majority of the 2010s video game series Doctor Who: The Adventure Games. In 2012, with Davies, he created Wizards vs Aliens which is currently in its second Series.

Selected filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

  • Bad Girls
    • "Love Rivals" (1999)
    • "The Set-Up" (2000)
    • "Family Plan" (2000)
    • "The Chains of Freedom" (2001)
    • "Uninvited Guests" (2001)
    • "Cat and Mouse" (2001)
    • "Unholy Alliances" (2002)
    • "Pillow Talk" (2002)
    • Episode 5.03 (2003)
    • Episode 6.08 (2004)
    • Episode 6.12 (2004)
    • Episode 7.01 (2005)
    • Episode 7.04 (2005)
    • Episode 7.11 (2005)
    • Episode 8.04 (2006)
    • Episode 8.08 (2006)
    • Christmas Special (2006)
  • The Bill
    • "Tolerance: Part 1" (2001)
    • "Tolerance: Part 2" (2001)
    • "Crush" (2001)
    • "Quinnan 1" (2002)
  • New Captain Scarlet (2005)
    • "Instrument of Destruction: Part One"
    • "Instrument of Destruction: Part Two"
    • "Swarm"
    • "Rat Trap"
    • "The Homecoming"
    • "Mercury Falling"
    • "Chiller"
    • "Trap for a Rhino"
    • "Heist"
    • "The Achilles Messenger"
    • "Touch of the Reaper"
    • "Virus"
    • "Enigma"
    • "Best of Enemies"
    • "Contact"
    • "Proteus"
    • "Syrtis Major"
    • "Fallen Angels"
    • "Storm at the End of the World"
    • "Duel"
    • "Shapeshifter"
    • "Dominion"
    • "Grey Skulls"
  • Doctor Who: The Adventure Games
    • "City of the Daleks" (2010)
    • "Blood of the Cybermen" (2010)
    • "Shadows of the Vashta Nerada" (2010)
    • "The Gunpowder Plot" (2011)
  • Wizards vs Aliens
    • "Dawn of the Nekross" (2 parts, 2012)
    • "Grazlax Attacks" (2 parts, 2012)
    • "The Last Day" (2 parts, 2012)
    • "100 Wizards" (2 parts, 2013)
    • "The Thirteenth Floor" (2 parts, 2013)
    • "Endless Night" (2 parts, 2013)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Doctor Who Magazine #393
  2. ^ Doctor Who Magazine #398

External links[edit]