Terrance Dicks

English writer

1935   -  

genre: science fiction
country of citizenship: United Kingdom
educated at: Downing College
occupation: writer, novelist, screenwriter, playwright, science fiction writer, children's writer

Terrance Dicks (born 14 April 1935) is an English author and former television screenwriter, script editor and producer. In television, Dicks had a long association with the BBC science-fiction series Doctor Who, working as a writer and also serving as the programme's script editor from 1968 to 1974. The Doctor Who News Page described him as "arguably the most prolific contributor to Doctor Who". He later became a script editor and producer of classic serials for the BBC. Dicks wrote many popular children's books during the 1970s and 1980s. He also maintained his association with Doctor Who by adapting televised stories into novelisations for Target Books.
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works

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The Eight Doctors

novel by Terrance Dicks

author: Terrance Dicks

1997

Mean Streets

novel by Terrance Dicks

author: Terrance Dicks

1997

Catastrophea

novel by Terrance Dicks

author: Terrance Dicks

1998

Deadly Reunion

novel by Terrance Dicks

author: Terrance Dicks

2003

Doctor Who – The Ultimate Adventure

play written by Terrance Dicks

author: Terrance Dicks

Endgame

book by Terrance Dicks

author: Terrance Dicks

2000

Made of Steel

novel by Terrance Dicks

author: Terrance Dicks

2007

Blood Harvest

novel by Terrance Dicks

author: Terrance Dicks

1994

Players

novel by Terrance Dicks

author: Terrance Dicks

1999

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