11/02/2007 05:50:00 p.m. -
November 2, 2007 • Posted By John Bowman
The National Media Museum in Bradford is honouring former Doctor Who script editor and prolific author Terrance Dicks with a career retrospective later this month.
Dicks, whose work on the show stretches back to The Invasion in 1968 and who was script editor throughout the Jon Pertwee era, will be at the museum to discuss his time in TV and work as an author.
The Terrance Dicks: Three Decades in Television and Beyond event takes place on Saturday, November 24.
The museum says the interview will be illustrated with rare photographs from its collection plus clips from shows Dicks has been involved with, such as The Avengers, Moonbase 3, Space: 1999, Jane Eyre, Oliver Twist, Vanity Fair, and Doctor Who.
The discussion will be followed by a screening of his 1980 Doctor Who story State of Decay, from Tom Baker's final season.