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|The Making of a Television Series|
|Written by:||Alan Road|
|Publisher:||Andre Deutsch, Puffin|
|Release date:||26 July 1982 (Hardback), October 1983 (Paperback)|
|Format:||Paperback book, 60 pages|
|ISBN 0-233-97444-X (Hardback), ISBN 0-14-031687-6 (Paperback)|
Publisher's summary Edit
The Making of a Television Series is a celebration of a series that now has almost 100 million regular viewers around the world. It is also a fascinating account of the co-operative effort required to put the intrepid Doctor in orbit each week!
- This blurb was only found on the paperback edition; the hardcover edition had no such summary.
Subject matter Edit
Contents (not listed) Edit
- Introduction by Peter Davison
- Doctor Who
- Producer John Nathan-Turner
- The Star Peter Davison
- Director Peter Moffatt
- Script writer Eric Saward
- Companions Janet Fielding, Matthew Waterhouse and Sarah Sutton
- Designer Ken Starkey
- Monsters with Monster menagerie photo-spread
- Make-up Carolyn Perry
- Special effects Peter Wragg
- Costume Odile Dicks-Mireaux
- Production associate Angela Smith
- Production Manager Ros Parker
- Production assistant Julia Randall
- This book was designed by Richard Vine with photographs by Richard Farley with the BBC supplying the photos of previous Doctors.
- The photographs of monsters in the double page picture spread appear to have been taken at a Doctor Who Exhibitions including staged sets, a dummy in the Pirate Captain costume, and a Marshman without eyes.