|Other names:||Rob Shearman|
|Birth date:||10 February 1970|
|In the DWU|
|Stories:||See bibliography section|
|Main time period active:||2000-2003 (audio)|
Robert Shearman (sometimes credited as Rob Shearman) is an English playwright of theatrical and audio productions and a short story writer. He has written many audio scripts for Big Finish Productions Doctor Who stories, though he is perhaps best known for writing the television episode Dalek, which was loosely based on his audio play Jubilee.
Under the pseudonym of "Jeremy Leadbeater", he authored the audio drama Punchline, part of The Time Travellers series made by BBV Productions. It starred Sylvester McCoy who gave high praise to the script.
Jubilee Pizza appeared in several Doctor Who and Torchwood episodes and on The Sarah Jane Adventures. It first appeared in Dalek as a subtle reference to Shearman and his original script Jubilee which formed the loose basis for the script.
He is married to Jane Goddard.
Doctor Who Edit
Big Finish Doctor Who audio stories Edit
Main series Edit
- The Holy Terror
- The Maltese Penguin
- The Chimes of Midnight
- My Own Private Wolfgang (in 100)
Doctor Who Unbound Edit
Short fiction Edit
Short Trips Edit
- The Death of Me (in Short Trips: A Universe of Terrors)
- Teach Yourself Ballroom Dancing (in Short Trips: The Muses)
- Pitter-Patter (in Doctor Who Annual 2006)
- Untitled (in Doctor Who Storybook 2007)
- The Frozen Wastes (in The Story of Martha)
- Meanwhile, in a Small Room, a Small Boy... (in Life During Wartime)
- Running Through Corridors (with Toby Hadoke)
- Impossible Worlds, Impossible Things (contributor)
- The Unsilent Library (foreword)