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The fourth episode of SJA: Alien Files was broadcast on 1 November 2010.


Uncredited performers[]

  • Daniel Anthony as Clyde Langer (archive footage only)
  • Mina Anwar as Gita Chandra (photograph)
  • Imogen Bain as "Janine" (archive footage only)
  • Ace Bhatti as Haresh Chandra (photograph)
  • Simon Callow as the voice of Tree Lorn Acre Slitheen-Blathereen (archive voice-over)
  • Lachele Carl as Trinity Wells (archive footage only)
  • Martyn Ellis as "Blakeman" (archive footage only)
  • Paul Kasey as
    • Glune Fex Fize Sharleveer Slam Slitheen (archive footage only)
    • Kist Magg Thek Lutovin Day Slitheen (archive footage only)
    • Leef Apple Glyn Slitheen-Blathereen (archive footage only)
  • Tommy Knight as Luke Smith (archive footage only)
  • John Leeson as K-9 (Mark IV) (archive voice-over)
  • Miriam Margolyes as the voice of Leef Apple Glyn Slitheen-Blathereen (archive voice-over)
  • Ruari Mears as Leef Apple Glyn Slitheen-Blathereen (archive footage only)
  • Ian Midlane as
    • Tim Jeffery (archive footage only)
    • "Tim Jeffery" (archive footage only)
  • Anjli Mohindra as Rani Chandra (archive footage only)
  • Yasmin Paige as Maria Jackson (archive footage only)
  • Sarah Paul as Jerome (archive footage only)
  • Jay Simpson as "Jay Stafford" (archive footage only)
  • Anton Thompson McCormick as the voice of Kist Magg Thek Lutovin Day Slitheen's son (archive voice-over)
  • Jimmy Vee as Kist Magg Thek Lutovin Day Slitheen's son (archive footage only)


  • Title Music - Murray Gold
  • Music - Sam 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 - Ashley Armstrong
  • 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


2008; 2009; 2010

12 Bannerman Road; 13 Bannerman Road; acetic acid; Alien Files; the Alliance; AMNN; Antarctic; Bane; Barcelona; battery; Beijing; Blathereen family; bread; butter; calcium; chips; Clapham Junction; Coldfire Construction; coma; compression field technology; computer; Cyberman; Dalek; the Doctor; Earth; email; humanoid; Isop Galaxy; Last Great Time War; London; Los Angeles; methane; mobile phone; Moscow; Naples; Paris; Park Vale Comprehensive School; potato; Rackateen family; rakweed; Raxacoricofallapatorian; Raxacoricofallapatorius; Rutan; Rutan Host; salt; sandwich; Santiago; slug; South Pole; Sydney; skin suit; Slitheen family; Slitheen-Blathereen family; Slitheen-Blathereen spaceship; sonic lipstick; Sontaran; the Sun; Tangfastics; teleportation; Time Lord; tomato soup; transduction; Uvodni; vinegar; Washington, D.C.; Wolverine; Xylok

Additional references[]

Arcateenian; the Beast; the Doctor's TARDIS; fairy; J337KAE; Jagaroth spaceship; Krillitane; Lazarus, Richard; Ontario; Raxacoricofallapatorian language; San Francisco; sonic screwdriver