Terence Dudley

Doctor Who: The Second Master Collection
  • Doctor Who: The Second Master Collection

  • Five exciting novelisations of classic TV stories in which the Doctor and his companions encounter a colourful assortment of aliens.

    In Doctor Who: The Mind of Evil the renegade Time Lord masquerades as eminent scientist Emil Keller, operator of a deadly parasitical machine.

    In Doctor Who and the Claws of Axos golden aliens arrive on Earth and offer the hand of friendship - but why is the Master on board their spaceship?

    In Doctor Who: The King's Demons it's 1215 and the Doctor arrives in the presence of royalty - but King John is not all as he seems.

    In Doctor Who: The Five Doctors past incarnations of the Doctor are kidnapped - and the Master is sent to rescue them!

    In Doctor Who: Survival something is killing the domestic cats of Perivale, and the Doctor steps into a well-prepared trap...

    Richard Franklin, Mark Strickson, Jon Culshaw and Lisa Bowerman read these classic tales, originally published as Target Books paperbacks. Duration: 20 hours 30 minutes approx ? 2020 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd © 2020 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd

Terence Dudley (28 September 1919 – 25 December 1988) was a television director and producer who directed many programs for the BBC over a number of years. In the early 1970s, Dudley produced the BBC science fiction series Doomwatch. Between 1975 and 1977 he produced the series Survivors, directing many episodes. He also wrote the script for the season 3 premiere episode, entitled Manhunt. His son, Stephen Dudley, had a regular part in the program. In 1980 he began an association with Doctor Who when he directed Meglos for John Nathan-Turner. That same year, he was asked to become producer of Blake's 7 after David Maloney was reassigned before it was known that a fourth season would be made. Dudley turned the offer down, as he no longer wished to work as a producer. The following year he embarked on a brief career as a screenwriter for Doctor Who. He wrote three scripts for the programme - Four to Doomsday, Black Orchid and The King's Demons. He novelized the latter two stories for Target Books. He also wrote the script of K-9 and Company, the unsuccessful pilot for a spin-off involving Sarah-Jane and K9.

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