Graham Williams
 

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Born:24 May 1945
Died:17 August 1990 (age 45)
Bio:Best-known for serving as producer of Doctor Who from 1977-1980, in the middle of Tom Baker's era as the Doctor. Also co-wrote two of the stories during that time: City of Death and The Invasion of Time (both under the pseudonym David Agnew) and later penned The Nightmare Fair, a Colin Baker story which was to kick off Season 22, but was scrapped during the programme's 1985 hiatus.
Aliases: David Agnew
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View more details on this itemBred For War - The Sontaran CollectionBBC classic series DVD Author 6.8
View more details on this itemCity of DeathBBC classic series video Author 9.3
View more details on this itemCity of DeathBBC classic series DVD Author 8.7
View more details on this itemCity of Death (audio soundtrack)BBC classic series audio AuthorNone
View more details on this itemClassic TV Adventures: Collection TwoBBC classic series audio AuthorNone
View more details on this itemThe Invasion of TimeBBC classic series video Author 4.9
View more details on this itemThe Invasion of TimeBBC classic series DVD Author 7
View more details on this itemThe Lost Stories: The Nightmare FairLost Stories audio Author 7.4
View more details on this itemMyth Makers: Graham WilliamsMyth Makers DVD Himself 7.7
View more details on this itemThe Nightmare FairMiscellaneous book Author 7




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