He served as script editor from Time-Flight, the last episode of season 19, to the penultimate episode of season 23 (The Ultimate Foe episode 1). He resigned his position due to a disagreement with producer John Nathan-Turner over the storyline (and particularly the ending) of episode 2 of The Ultimate Foe. Afterwards, he gave a notably scathing interview to Starburst magazine over his falling out with Nathan-Turner, and he became vocal in his criticism of Colin Baker's appointment as the Sixth Doctor.
Saward also wrote several Target novelisations and a BBC Books novelisations, based upon stories he wrote or script edited. During the original 1973-1994 run of the Target novelisations, Target Books failed to secure an agreement that would have seen Saward's two Dalek serials novelised. Resurrection of the Daleks was later written by Saward as a BBC Books hardback release, and was subsequently followed by Revelation of the Daleks a few months later.
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Television[edit | edit source]
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Prose[edit | edit source]
Short stories[edit | edit source]
Novelisations[edit | edit source]
- Doctor Who and the Visitation
- The Twin Dilemma
- Attack of the Cybermen
- Resurrection of the Daleks
- Revelation of the Daleks
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- Internet Movie Database at the