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Robert Banks Stewart

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Robert Banks Stewart
Birth date: 16 July 1931
Death date: 14 January 2016
In the DWU
Main jobs: Writer
Stories: Terror of the Zygons, The Seeds of Doom
Main time period active: 1975-1976
Career highlights
Notable non-DWU work: Created both Shoestring and Bergerac
IMDb profile

Robert Banks Stewart, (16 July 1931-14 January 2016) wrote the Doctor Who stories Terror of the Zygons and The Seeds of Doom. He also wrote the initial synopsis of The Foe from the Future, which was adapted as part of Big Finish Productions' The Lost Stories range of Fourth Doctor audio stories.

Stewart also appeared as one of the many faces seen during the mind-bending contest between Morbius and the Fourth Doctor in The Brain of Morbius. (DWM 329)

Stewart began writing in 1959, penning thirteen episodes of Interpol Calling. Afterwards, he wrote for Danger Man, Dr. Finlay's Casebook, The Avengers, Adam Adamant Lives!, Callan, Jason King and The Sweeney. However, he is best known for creating Shoestring (1979-80) and Bergerac (1981-91).

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