Tardis

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Christopher H. Bidmead (born Christopher Hamilton Bidmead on 18 January 1941[1]) wrote three Doctor Who TV serials, all of which he also novelised. He was also script editor for season 18.

He was contracted to write several serials that were ultimately cancelled. They were In the Hollows of Time, a two-part (forty-five minute) story for the cancelled season 23[2], and a four parter, Pinacotheca (a.k.a. The Last Adventure), which would have been the third part of the The Trial of a Time Lord arc[3].

He also contributed to the charity reference book Behind the Sofa: Celebrity Memories of Doctor Who.

With the death of Donald Tosh in 2019, he is the earliest surviving script editor for Doctor Who.

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Major characters and concepts created for or debuting in a Christopher H. Bidmead script include:

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