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 for Bred For War - The Sontaran CollectionBred For War - The Sontaran CollectionBBC classic series DVDs/Blu-rays Author 7
View more details for City of DeathCity of DeathBBC classic series videos Author 9.3
View more details for City of DeathCity of DeathBBC classic series DVDs/Blu-rays Author 8.7
View more details for City of Death (audio soundtrack)City of Death (audio soundtrack)BBC classic series audios AuthorNone
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View more details for The Invasion of TimeThe Invasion of TimeBBC classic series videos Author 4.9
View more details for The Invasion of TimeThe Invasion of TimeBBC classic series DVDs/Blu-rays Author 7
View more details for The Lost Stories: The Nightmare FairThe Lost Stories: The Nightmare FairLost Stories audios Author 7.4
View more details for Myth Makers: Graham WilliamsMyth Makers: Graham WilliamsMyth Makers DVDs Himself 7.7
View more details for The Nightmare FairThe Nightmare FairMiscellaneous books Author 7.3




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