Wrote a novel based upon the "Doctor Who" episode The Two Doctors.
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Of course it's no longer a children's programme. Parents would be terribly irresponsible to leave a six-year-old to watch it alone. It's geared to the intelligent fourteen-year-old, and I wouldn't let any child under ten see it. If a little one really enjoys peeping at it from behind the sofa, until Dad says "It's all right now - it's all over," that's fine. A certain amount of fear is healthy ...
Often referred to as one of the best, if not the best, writers on Doctor Who
(1963), his period as script editor on the series, with Philip Hinchcliffe
as producer, is also considered by many to be the high point of the entire series. In a poll for Doctor Who
(1963) Magazine in 1998, three of the stories voted into the top five were written by Holmes, with the other two being from his period as ...
His references to Grand Guignol and horror fiction