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Wrote the first novels based upon "Doctor Who": Doctor Who and the Daleks and The Crusaders.
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Began as writer, actor and director with the York Repertory Group, where one of his plays, "A Choice of Partners", attracted the attention of the BBC script department. He later became a noted writer for Doctor Who
(1963), as well as sitcoms and musical biographies, such as "Hello Ragtime". He was the first to attempt a 'Doctor Who' novelisation, as early as 1964.