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The first episode of SJA: Alien Files was broadcast on 11 October 2010.


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Uncredited performers[]

  • Daniel Anthony as Clyde Langer (archive footage only)
  • Mina Anwar as Gita Chandra (archive footage only)
  • Jane Asher as Andrea Yates (archive footage only)
  • Jessica Ashworth as 13-year-old Sarah Jane Smith (archive footage only)
  • Ace Bhatti as Haresh Chandra (archive footage only)
  • Juliet Cowan as Chrissie Jackson (archive footage only)
  • Chipo Chung as the fortune teller (photograph)
  • Paul Marc Davis as the Trickster (archive footage only)
  • Nigel Havers as Peter Dalton (archive footage only)
  • Tommy Knight as Luke Smith (archive footage only)
  • John Leeson as K-9 (Mark IV) (archive voice-over)
  • Zienia Merton as the registrar (archive footage only)
  • Francesca Miller as 13-year-old Andrea Yates (archive footage only)
  • Joseph Millson as Alan Jackson (archive footage only)
  • Anjli Mohindra as Rani Chandra (archive footage only)
  • Anthony O'Donnell as Kaagh the Slayer (archive footage only)
  • Yasmin Paige as Maria Jackson (archive footage only)
  • Catherine Tate as Donna Noble (photograph)
  • David Tennant as the Doctor (archive footage only)
  • Jimmy Vee as Krislok (archive footage only)


  • Title Music - Murray Gold
  • Music - Sam Watts and Dan Watts
  • Script Consultant - Phil Ford
  • Graphics - BBC Wales Graphics
  • Director of Photography - Tim Knight
  • Camera Operator - Leon Hoser
  • Sound Recordist - Olly Astles-Jones
  • Make Up - Emma Bailey
  • Online Editor - Paul Shields
  • Dubbing Mixer - Tony Greenwood
  • Production Executive - Dominic Parry
  • Production Manager - Jane Jenkins
  • Editor - Ivan Probert
  • For BBC Wales -
    • Brian Minchin
    • Nikki Wilson
  • Director - Pip Banyard
  • Executive Producers -
  • Series Producer - John Piper


1951; 1964; 2008; 2009; 2010

12 Bannerman Road; 13 Bannerman Road; 120 Christchurch Walk; Alien Files; Ancient Lights; car; clone race; computer; Dalek; the Doctor's TARDIS; Ealing; Earth; Foxgrove; French language; Graske; Griffoth; journalist; K67; limbo; London; magnetic pulse; Medusa Cascade; meteor; Ossetian trading vessel; Oxford University; Pantheon of Discord; radar; Roseborough Research Library; skateboard; snare gun; Sontaran; teleporter; temporal schism; time beetle; time travel; transcendental being; transdimensional energy; Trickster's Brigade; Verron puzzle box; Washington, D.C.; Westport Pier

Additional references[]

ATMOS; the Beast; fairy; Jagaroth spaceship; Jupiter; Krillitane; Metropolitan; Lazarus, Richard; Uvodni