The best writers of "Doctor Who"

by JohnSlash | created - 26 Dec 2013 | updated - 15 Mar 2015 | Public

In order from greatest to least.

(The writers had to have at least written more than one episode. With that said, there are plenty of writers who only wrote one story that I think deserve a special mention: Peter Harness, Robert Shearman, Richard Curtis, Barbara Clegg, Matt Jones, Marc Platt and Derrick Sherwin. All seven of them did a brilliant job with their one story.)

(The first 15 writers on my list are the ones MOST deserving of the title in my opinion, but the others all had their own brilliant episodes and unique style as well.)

1. Steven Moffat

Writer | Sherlock

Steven Moffat was born on November 18, 1961 in Paisley, Scotland as Steven William Moffat. He is a writer and producer, known for Sherlock (2010), Doctor Who (2005) and The Adventures of Tintin (2011). He has been married to Sue Vertue since 1999. They have two children. He was previously married ...

Episodes:

Forest of the Dead (10/10) Blink (10/10) Listen (10/10) Asylum of the Daleks (10/10) Dark Water (10/10) The Time of the Doctor (9.5/10) The Girl in the Fireplace (9.5/10) The Day of the Doctor (9.5/10) The Name of the Doctor (9.5/10) The Pandorica Opens (9.5/10) Silence in the Library (9.5/10) Last Christmas (9/10) The Night of the Doctor (9/10) A Christmas Carol (9/10) The Doctor Dances (9/10) Deep Breath (9/10) The Empty Child (9/10) The Big Bang (9/10) Into the Dalek (9/10) with Phil Ford A Good Man Goes to War (9/10) The Time of Angels (9/10) The Snowmen (9/10) Death in Heaven (9/10) The Wedding of River Song (8.5/10) The Impossible Astronaut (8.5/10) Let's Kill Hitler (8.5/10) Flesh and Stone (8.5/10) The Eleventh Hour (8.5/10) The Angels Take Manhattan (8.5/10) Day of the Moon (8.5/10) The Bells of Saint John (8.5/10) The Beast Below (8.5/10) The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe (8/10) The Caretaker (8/10) with Gareth Roberts Time Heist (8/10) with Stephen Thompson

2. Robert Holmes

Writer | Doctor Who

In 1944, at the age of eighteen, Holmes joined the army, fighting with the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders regiment in Burma. He rapidly earned a commission, and as such became the youngest commissioned officer in the entire British army during the Second World War. The fact that he lied about his ...

Serials: The Caves of Androzani (10/10) The Ark in Space (9.5/10) The Talons of Weng-Chiang (9.5/10) Pyramids of Mars (9.5/10) The Deadly Assassin (9.5/10) The Brain of Morbius (9/10) with Terrance Dicks Spearhead from Space (9/10) The Ribos Operation (9/10) Carnival of Monsters (9/10) The Mysterious Planet (9/10) The Time Warrior (8.5/10) The Sun Makers (8.5/10) The Krotons (8.5/10) Terror of the Autons (8.5/10) The Two Doctors (8/10) The Space Pirates (8/10) The Power of Kroll (8/10)

Episodes: The Caves of Androzani: Part Four (10/10) The Talons of Weng-Chiang: Part Two (10/10) The Ark in Space: Part Three (10/10) The Caves of Androzani: Part One (10/10) The Caves of Androzani: Part Three (10/10) The Caves of Androzani: Part Two (9.5/10) The Talons of Weng-Chiang: Part One (9.5/10) The Deadly Assassin: Part Two (9.5/10) The Talons of Weng-Chiang: Part Four (9.5/10) Pyramids of Mars: Part One (9.5/10) The Ark in Space: Part Four (9.5/10) The Talons of Weng-Chiang: Part Six (9.5/10) The Brain of Morbius: Part Three (9.5/10) The Brain of Morbius: Part One (9.5/10) The Deadly Assassin: Part Four (9.5/10) Pyramids of Mars: Part Two (9.5/10) The Ark in Space: Part Two (9.5/10) The Ark in Space: Part One (9.5/10) Spearhead from Space: Episode 4 (9.5/10) Pyramids of Mars: Part Four (9.5/10) The Talons of Weng-Chiang: Part Five (9.5/10) The Deadly Assassin: Part Three (9.5/10) Pyramids of Mars: Part Three (9.5/10) The Ribos Operation: Part Three (9.5/10) Spearhead from Space: Episode 3 (9/10) Spearhead from Space: Episode 2 (9/10) The Time Warrior: Part Two (9/10) Carnival of Monsters: Episode Four (9/10) Carnival of Monsters: Episode Three (9/10) The Deadly Assassin: Part One (9/10) The Brain of Morbius: Part Two (9/10) Spearhead from Space: Episode 1 (9/10) The Ribos Operation: Part Four (9/10) The Ribos Operation: Part One (9/10) The Ribos Operation: Part Two (9/10) The Mysterious Planet: Part Three (9/10) Carnival of Monsters: Episode One (9/10) The Mysterious Planet: Part One (9/10) The Mysterious Planet: Part Four (9/10) The Brain of Morbius: Part Four (8.5/10) The Mysterious Planet: Part Two (8.5/10) The Time Warrior: Part Three (8.5/10) The Time Warrior: Part One (8.5/10) Carnival of Monsters: Episode Two (8.5/10) Terror of the Autons: Episode Three (8.5/10) The Krotons: Episode Four (8.5/10) The Krotons: Episode Two (8.5/10) The Sun Makers: Episode Three (8.5/10) The Two Doctors: Part Two (8.5/10) The Time Warrior: Part Four (8.5/10) The Sun Makers: Episode One (8.5/10) Terror of the Autons: Episode Four (8.5/10) The Two Doctors: Part Three (8/10) Terror of the Autons: Episode One (8/10) The Sun Makers: Episode Two (8/10) The Sun Makers: Episode Four (8/10) The Two Doctors: Part One (8/10) The Space Pirates: Episode 3 (8/10) The Space Pirates: Episode 1 (8/10) The Space Pirates: Episode 4 (8/10) The Space Pirates: Episode 2 (8/10) The Krotons: Episode One (8/10) The Krotons: Episode Three (8/10) The Space Pirates: Episode 5 (8/10) Terror of the Autons: Episode Two (8/10) The Power of Kroll: Part One (8/10) The Power of Kroll: Part Four (8/10) The Space Pirates: Episode 6 (7.5/10) The Power of Kroll: Part Two (7.5/10) The Power of Kroll: Part Three (7.5/10)

3. David Whitaker

Writer | Doctor Who

David Whitaker was born in 1928 in Knebworth, England. He is known for his work on Doctor Who (1963), Homicide (1964) and Undermind (1965). He died on February 4, 1980 in Fulham, London, England.

Serials: The Power of the Daleks (9/10) The Evil of the Daleks (9/10) The Crusade (9/10) The Enemy of the World (9/10) The Wheel in Space (8.5/10) The Rescue (8.5/10) The Edge of Destruction (8.5/10)

Episodes:

The Wheel of Fortune (10/10) The Power of the Daleks: Episode 5 (9.5/10) The Power of the Daleks: Episode 2 (9.5/10) The Enemy of the World: Episode 6 (9.5/10) The Power of the Daleks: Episode 6 (9/10) Desperate Measures (9/10) The Evil of the Daleks: Episode 7 (9/10) The Evil of the Daleks: Episode 2 (9/10) The Evil of the Daleks: Episode 6 (9/10) The Evil of the Daleks: Episode 5 (9/10) The Power of the Daleks: Episode 1 (9/10) The Wheel in Space: Episode 5 (9/10) The Power of the Daleks: Episode 4 (9/10) The Power of the Daleks: Episode 3 (9/10) The Enemy of the World: Episode 1 (9/10) The Lion (9/10) The Evil of the Daleks: Episode 4 (8.5/10) The Evil of the Daleks: Episode 1 (8.5/10) The Knight of Jaffa (8.5/10) The Wheel in Space: Episode 2 (8.5/10) The Wheel in Space: Episode 6 (8.5/10) The Wheel in Space: Episode 3 (8.5/10) The Wheel in Space: Episode 1 (8.5/10) The Enemy of the World: Episode 5 (8.5/10) The Enemy of the World: Episode 3 (8.5/10) The Enemy of the World: Episode 2 (8.5/10) The Evil of the Daleks: Episode 3 (8.5/10) The Edge of Destruction (8.5/10) The Wheel in Space: Episode 4 (8.5/10) The Enemy of the World: Episode 4 (8.5/10) The Brink of Disaster (8.5/10) The Powerful Enemy (8/10) The Warlords (8/10)

(Without a doubt, the best writer from 60s Doctor Who.)

4. Douglas Adams

Writer | The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

Born Douglas Noel Adams on March 11, 1952 in Cambridge. From 1959 until 1970 he went to Brentwood school in Essex, and his main interest was science. As a student in Cambridge he decided to hitch-hike through Europe to Istanbul, and in order to raise funds for this he took a lot of small jobs. In ...

Serials: The Pirate Planet (9.5/10) City of Death (9/10)

Episodes: City of Death: Part One (10/10) The Pirate Planet: Part Two (9.5/10) The Pirate Planet: Part Three (9.5/10) The Pirate Planet: Part Four (9/10) City of Death: Part Four (9/10) The Pirate Planet: Part One (9/10) City of Death: Part Two (9/10) City of Death: Part Three (8.5/10)

5. Neil Gaiman

Writer | Stardust

Neil Gaiman is an English author of short fiction, novels, comic books, graphic novels, audio theatre, and films. He is best known for the comic book series The Sandman and novels Stardust, American Gods, Coraline, and The Graveyard Book.

As a child and a teenager, Gaiman read the works of C. S. ...

Episodes:

The Doctor's Wife (9.5/10) Nightmare in Silver (8.5/10)

6. Chris Boucher

Writer | Blake's 7

Chris Boucher was born in 1943. He is known for his work on Blake's 7 (1978), Juliet Bravo (1980) and Doctor Who (1963).

Serials: The Robots of Death (9.5/10) The Face of Evil (9/10) Image of the Fendahl (9/10)

Episodes: The Robots of Death: Part Two (9.5/10) The Face of Evil: Part One (9.5/10) The Robots of Death: Part One (9.5/10) The Robots of Death: Part Four (9/10) Image of the Fendahl: Part One (9/10) The Robots of Death: Part Three (9/10) Image of the Fendahl: Part Two (9/10) The Face of Evil: Part Two (9/10) The Face of Evil: Part Four (9/10) The Face of Evil: Part Three (9/10) Image of the Fendahl: Part Three (8.5/10) Image of the Fendahl: Part Four (8.5/10)

7. Eric Saward

Writer | Doctor Who

Eric Saward was born in December 1944 and attended school until the age of 18. After working for a short time as an estate agent he moved to Holland, where he lived for three years and was briefly married. On his return to England he took a succession of jobs, including as a publisher's proof ...

Serials: Earthshock (9.5/10) Revelation of the Daleks (9/10) The Visitation (9/10) Resurrection of the Daleks (8.5/10)

Episodes: Earthshock: Part One (9.5/10) Earthshock: Part Two (9.5/10) Earthshock: Part Four (9.5/10) Resurrection of the Daleks: Part One (9/10) Revelation of the Daleks: Part Two (9/10) Revelation of the Daleks: Part One (9/10) Earthshock: Part Three (9/10) The Visitation: Part Four (9/10) The Visitation: Part One (9/10) The Visitation: Part Two (8.5/10) The Visitation: Part Three (8.5/10) Resurrection of the Daleks: Part Two (8/10)

8. Robert Banks Stewart

Writer | Call Me Mister

One of British television's greatest ever writers, Robert Banks Stewart started writing in primary school. He won a Burns essay prize and contributed stories to local newspapers. At age 15, he left school to become an office boy at the Edinburgh Evening Dispatch. He did his National Service with ...

Serials: The Seeds of Doom (9/10) Terror of the Zygons (9/10)

Episodes:

The Seeds of Doom: Part Five (9.5/10) The Seeds of Doom: Part Four (9/10) Terror of the Zygons: Part Three (9/10) Terror of the Zygons: Part Two (9/10) Terror of the Zygons: Part One (9/10) The Seeds of Doom: Part Six (9/10) The Seeds of Doom: Part One (9/10) Terror of the Zygons: Part Four (9/10) The Seeds of Doom: Part Two (9/10) The Seeds of Doom: Part Three (8.5/10)

9. Christopher Bailey

Writer | Doctor Who

Writer and academic Christopher Bailey was resident in the Farringdon area of London during the period of his association with DOCTOR WHO. Strongly interested in aspects of religion and philosophy, particularly Buddhism, her drew inspiration from these for his scripts for the series. His later work...

Serials: Snakedance (9/10) Kinda (9/10)

Episodes: Snakedance: Part One (9.5/10) Kinda: Part Three (9.5/10) Snakedance: Part Three (9/10) Snakedance: Part Two (9/10) Kinda: Part Four (9/10) Kinda: Part One (8.5/10) Kinda: Part Two (8.5/10) Snakedance: Part Four (8.5/10)

10. Russell T. Davies

Writer | Torchwood

Often described as a genius, Russell T. Davies is one of the leading British television writers of his generation, who specializes in emotional dramas, frequently with gay and sex-related adult themes. He was born in Swansea, Wales (UK) in 1963. After initially taking a BBC Television director's ...

Episodes:

The Parting of the Ways (9.5/10) The Stolen Earth (9.5/10) Gridlock (9.5/10) Journey's End (9/10) Voyage of the Damned (9/10) Doomsday (9/10) Utopia (9/10) The Waters of Mars (9/10) with Phil Ford The End of Time: Part Two (9/10) Smith and Jones (9/10) Midnight (8.5/10) The End of Time: Part One (8.5/10) Bad Wolf (8.5/10) Army of Ghosts (8.5/10) Boom Town (8.5/10) Last of the Time Lords (8.5/10) Turn Left (8.5/10) Tooth and Claw (8.5/10) The Sound of Drums (8.5/10) The Next Doctor (8/10) Planet of the Dead (8/10) with Gareth Roberts The Runaway Bride (8/10) New Earth (8/10) The End of the World (8/10) Rose (8/10) The Christmas invasion (8/10) The Long Game (8/10) Love & Monsters (7.5/10) Partners in Crime (7.5/10) World War Three (7.5/10) Aliens of London (7/10)

11. Ian Briggs

Writer | Doctor Who

Ian Briggs studied drama at Manchester University and after that worked in the theatre on lighting and design, including on some jazz shows. Following that he worked at the BBC's Script Unit reading unsolicited scripts and also freelanced for the Royal Court and some film companies. He was ...

Serials: The Curse of Fenric (9/10) Dragonfire (8.5/10)

Episodes: The Curse of Fenric: Part One (9.5/10) The Curse of Fenric: Part Four (9/10) The Curse of Fenric: Part Two (9/10) Dragonfire: Part Two (9/10) The Curse of Fenric: Part Three (9/10) Dragonfire: Part Three (8.5/10) Dragonfire: Part One (8/10)

12. Malcolm Hulke

Writer | Doctor Who

He was illegitimate but did not discover this until after he came home from the war. In fact, there was no record of his birth, and he had to apply to become a naturalized citizen of his country of birth.

Serials: The Silurians (9/10) The Sea Devils (9/10) The War Games (8.5/10) with Terrance Dicks The Faceless Ones (8.5/10) with David Ellis Invasion of the Dinosaurs (8.5/10) The Ambassadors of Death (8/10) with Dicks/Whitaker/Trevor Ray Frontier in Space (8/10) Colony in Space (8/10)

Episodes: The Silurians: Episode 6 (9.5/10) The Sea Devils: Episode Four (9/10) The Silurians: Episode 5 (9/10) The Sea Devils: Episode Two (9/10) The Silurians: Episode 3 (9/10) The Sea Devils: Episode Six (9/10) The War Games: Episode Nine (9/10) with Terrance Dicks The Silurians: Episode 2 (9/10) The Silurians: Episode 7 (9/10) The War Games: Episode Eight (9/10) with Terrance Dicks The War Games: Episode Ten (8.5/10) with Terrance Dicks The Sea Devils: Episode Five (8.5/10) The War Games: Episode Seven (8.5/10) with Terrance Dicks The War Games: Episode Three (8.5/10) with Terrance Dicks The Silurians: Episode 4 (8.5/10) The War Games: Episode One (8.5/10) with Terrance Dicks The War Games: Episode Six (8.5/10) with Terrance Dicks The War Games: Episode Five (8.5/10) with Terrance Dicks The Faceless Ones: Episode 2 (8.5/10) with David Ellis The Faceless Ones: Episode 3 (8.5/10) with David Ellis The Ambassadors of Death: Episode 5 (8.5/10) with Terrance Dicks Frontier in Space: Episode One (8.5/10) The Silurians: Episode 1 (8.5/10) The Sea Devils: Episode One (8.5/10) The War Games: Episode Two (8.5/10) with Terrance Dicks The Faceless Ones: Episode 5 (8.5/10) with David Ellis The Faceless Ones: Episode 4 (8.5/10) with David Ellis Colony in Space: Episode Six (8.5/10) The Ambassadors of Death: Episode 4 (8.5/10) with Terrance Dicks Invasion of the Dinosaurs: Part Six (8.5/10) Invasion of the Dinosaurs: Part One (8.5/10) The War Games: Episode Four (8.5/10) with Terrance Dicks The Sea Devils: Episode Three (8.5/10) Invasion of the Dinosaurs: Part Two (8.5/10) Frontier in Space: Episode Five (8.5/10) Invasion of the Dinosaurs: Part Five (8.5/10) The Ambassadors of Death: Episode 1 (8/10) with Terrance Dicks Frontier in Space: Episode Four (8/10) Colony in Space: Episode Four (8/10) Colony in Space: Episode Three (8/10) The Faceless Ones: Episode 6 (8/10) with David Ellis The Ambassadors of Death: Episode 7 (8/10) with Terrance Dicks The Ambassadors of Death: Episode 6 (8/10) with Terrance Dicks The Faceless Ones: Episode 1 (8/10) with David Ellis Colony in Space: Episode Two (8/10) Colony in Space: Episode Five (8/10) The Ambassadors of Death: Episode 2 (8/10) with Terrance Dicks Frontier in Space: Episode Six (8/10) The Ambassadors of Death: Episode 3 (8/10) with Terrance Dicks Colony in Space: Episode One (8/10) Invasion of the Dinosaurs: Part Three (8/10) Frontier in Space: Episode Three (8/10) Frontier in Space: Episode Two (8/10) Invasion of the Dinosaurs: Part Four (7.5/10)

13. Neil Cross

Writer | Luther

Neil Cross is a writer and producer, known for Luther (2010), Mama (2013) and Crossbones (2014).

Episodes:

The Rings of Akhaten (9/10) Hide (8.5/10)

14. Toby Whithouse

Writer | Being Human

Toby Whithouse is a writer and producer, known for Being Human (2008), The Game (2014) and Bridget Jones's Diary (2001).

Episodes:

A Town Called Mercy (9/10) School Reunion (9/10) The God Complex (8/10) The Vampires of Venice (8/10)

15. John Lucarotti

Writer | The Avengers

John Lucarotti was born on May 20, 1926 in Aldershot, Hampshire, England. He was a writer, known for The Avengers (1961), Doctor Who (1963) and City Beneath the Sea (1962). He died on November 20, 1994 in Paris, France.

Serials: Marco Polo (8.5/10) The Massacre of St. Bartholomew's Eve (8.5/10) with Donald Tosh The Aztecs (8.5/10)

Episodes:

Bell of Doom (9/10) with Donald Tosh The Singing Sands (9/10) Assassin at Peaking (9/10) Rider From Shang-Tu (9/10) The Wall of Lies (9/10) The Day of Darkness (8.5/10) The Bride of Sacrifice (8.5/10) The Roof of the World (8.5/10) The Sea Beggar (8.5/10) Mighty Kublai Khan (8.5/10) Five Hundred Eyes (8/10) Priest of Death (8.5/10) War of God (8/10) The Temple of Evil (8/10) The Warriors of Death (8/10)

16. Robert Sloman

Writer | Doctor Who

Robert Sloman was born in Oldham, Lancashire, and brought up in Plymouth, Devon. After an education at St Boniface, a Catholic school, he attended Exeter University. Here he became involved in dramatics and after graduating he joined the repertory company at Newton Poppleford.

However, acting was ...

Serials: The Daemons (9/10) The Green Death (9/10) Planet of the Spiders (8/10) The Time Monster (8/10)

Episodes: The Daemons: Episode Two (9.5/10) The Daemons: Episode One (9.5/10) The Green Death: Episode Six (9/10) The Green Death: Episode Five (9/10) The Green Death: Episode One (9/10) The Daemons: Episode Three (8.5/10) Planet of the Spiders: Part Six (8.5/10) The Green Death: Episode Four (8.5/10) The Green Death: Episode Three (8.5/10) The Daemons: Episode Five (8.5/10) Planet of the Spiders: Part Two (8.5/10) The Green Death: Episode Two (8.5/10) The Time Monster: Episode One (8.5/10) The Daemons: Episode Four (8.5/10) Planet of the Spiders: Part One (8/10) Planet of the Spiders: Part Four (8/10) The Time Monster: Episode Four (8/10) The Time Monster: Episode Six (8/10) The Time Monster: Episode Five (8/10) Planet of the Spiders: Part Five (7.5/10) The Time Monster: Episode Two (7.5/10) The Time Monster: Episode Three (7.5/10) Planet of the Spiders: Part Three (7.5/10)

17. Barry Letts

Producer | Doctor Who

Barry Letts started his career as an actor. He began in repertory in York whilst also working for a local radio station in Leeds. After a chance meeting with BBC producer/director Rex Tucker, he started working with him first on radio and then on television. His first television appearance was in a...

Serials: The Daemons (9/10) The Green Death (9/10) Planet of the Spiders (8/10) The Time Monster (8/10)

Episodes: The Daemons: Episode Two (9.5/10) The Daemons: Episode One (9.5/10) The Green Death: Episode Six (9/10) The Green Death: Episode Five (9/10) The Green Death: Episode One (9/10) Planet of the Spiders: Part Six (8.5/10) The Daemons: Episode Three (8.5/10) The Green Death: Episode Four (8.5/10) The Green Death: Episode Three (8.5/10) The Daemons: Episode Five (8.5/10) Planet of the Spiders: Part Two (8.5/10) The Green Death: Episode Two (8.5/10) The Time Monster: Episode One (8.5/10) The Daemons: Episode Four (8.5/10) Planet of the Spiders: Part One (8/10) Planet of the Spiders: Part Four (8/10) The Time Monster: Episode Four (8/10) The Time Monster: Episode Six (8/10) The Time Monster: Episode Five (8/10) Planet of the Spiders: Part Five (7.5/10) The Time Monster: Episode Two (7.5/10) The Time Monster: Episode Three (7.5/10) Planet of the Spiders: Part Three (7.5/10)

18. Terrance Dicks

Writer | The Avengers

Born in East Ham, London, England in 1935, Terrance Dicks was educated at the local grammar school and went on to study English at Downing College, Cambridge. After two years' National Service in the British Army, he got a job as an advertising copywriter. This lasted for five years, during which ...

Serials: The Horror of Fang Rock (9.5/10) The Brain of Morbius (9/10) with Robert Holmes The War Games (8.5/10) with Malcolm Hulke The Seeds of Death (8.5/10) with Brian Hayles The Five Doctors (8.5/10) State of Decay (8.5/10) The Ambassadors of Death (8/10) with Hulke/Whitaker/Trevor Ray Robot (8/10)

Episodes: The Brain of Morbius: Part Three (9.5/10) The Horror of Fang Rock: Part One (9.5/10) The Brain of Morbius: Part One (9.5/10) The Horror of Fang Rock: Part Two (9.5/10) The Horror of Fang Rock: Part Three (9/10) The War Games: Episode Nine (9/10) The Seeds of Death: Episode Four (9/10) The Brain of Morbius: Part Two (9/10) The Horror of Fang Rock: Part Four (9/10) State of Decay: Part One (9/10) The War Games: Episode Eight (9/10) The War Games: Episode Ten (8.5/10) The Brain of Morbius: Part Four (8.5/10) The War Games: Episode Seven (8.5/10) Robot: Part One (8.5/10) The War Games: Episode Three (8.5/10) The War Games: Episode One (8.5/10) The Ambassadors of Death: Episode 5 (8.5/10) State of Decay: Part Two (8.5/10) The War Games: Episode Six (8.5/10) The War Games: Episode Five (8.5/10) The Five Doctors (8.5/10) The Ambassadors of Death: Episode 4 (8.5/10) The War Games: Episode Two (8.5/10) The War Games: Episode Four (8.5/10) The Seeds of Death: Episode Five (8/10) The Ambassadors of Death: Episode 1 (8/10) The Ambassadors of Death: Episode 7 (8/10) The Seeds of Death: Episode Three (8/10) Robot: Part Two (8/10) State of Decay: Part Three (8/10) The Ambassadors of Death: Episode 6 (8/10) The Seeds of Death: Episode Six (8/10) The Ambassadors of Death: Episode 2 (8/10) The Ambassadors of Death: Episode 3 (8/10) Robot: Part Four (8/10) Robot: Part Three (7.5/10) State of Decay: Part Four (7.5/10)

19. Dennis Spooner

Writer | Department S

Dennis Spooner was born on December 1, 1932 in Tottenham, London, England. He is known for his work on Department S (1969), The Champions (1968) and Champions. He died on September 20, 1986 in Hertfordshire, England.

Serials: The Daleks' Master Plan (8.5/10) with Terry Nation The Time Meddler (8.5/10) The Romans (8.5/10) The Reign of Terror (8/10)

Episodes: The Destruction of Time (9.5/10) Volcano (9/10) Inferno (9/10) The Watcher (9/10) Checkmate (8.5/10) Escape Switch (8.5/10) Coronas of the Sun (8.5/10) Golden Death (8.5/10) All Roads Lead to Rome (8.5/10) The Abandoned Planet (8.5/10) Guests of Madame Guillotine (8.5/10) Prisoners of Conciergerie (8.5/10) A Battle of Wits (8.5/10) Conspiracy (8.5/10) A Bargain of Necessity (8/10) The Slave Traders (8/10) The Meddling Monk (8/10) A Land of Fear (7.5/10) A Change of Identity (7.5/10) The Tyrant of France (7/10)



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