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 was already a seasoned TV professional by the time he came to work on Doctor Who. He started out in the 1950s as a playwright and soon went into scriptwriting, his early credits including The River Flows East for the BBC in 1962. He became a BBC staff producer/director in the early 1960s and thereafter pursued parallel writing and directing careers. In 1963 he was invited by Doctor Who's original producer, Verity Lambert, to write the series' very first story (as a replacement for Antony Coburn's 100,000 BC) but declined. Directing credits included Maigret (1963), Dr Finlay's Casebook, The Troublemakers (1966), Vendetta (1966-67), Softly, Softly (1967-68) and The First Lady (1968). Directing led on to producing, and he spend periods of time in charge of series such as Cluff (1964), The Mask of Janus (1965), Doomwatch (1970-72), The Regiment (1973) and Survivors (1975-1977) - for some of which he also wrote and directed. After Survivors he left the BBC to become a freelancesdirector. Apart from Doctor Who, other productions on which he worked in that capacity included Flesh and Blood (1980) and All Creatures Great and Small. He died on Christmas Day 1988. (Author biography by David J. Howe, author of The Target Book, the complete illustrate guide to the Target Doctor Who novelisations.)

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