Tagged Henry Lincoln

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The Forgotten Son: The New Adventures of Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart Reviewed

Cards on the table: I loved the Virgin New Adventures and their BBC Books incarnation too, but when Doctor Who returned in 2005 the range suddenly became quite… childish, I suppose. So when I heard about the Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart series of books, and saw the roster of authors, I had high hopes. Lance Parkin, Nick…

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The PodKast Learns More About The Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart Books!

We welcome Andy Frankham-Allen, Shaun Russell and Hannah Haisman – granddaughter of one-time Doctor Who scriptwriter Mervyn Haisman – to this week’s podKast to find out more about Candy Jar Books’ new series of books about the post Web of Fear exploits of Alastair Lethbridge-Stewart! If you don’t already know about the Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart books,…

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038 The Abominable Snowmen

Alongside The Web of Fear, The Abominable Snowmen remains a popular story, but it’s gained a more important status thanks to the Great Intelligence cropping up again in The Snowmen, The Bells of Saint John and The Name of the Doctor. From the being’s first ‘appearance,’ you can see the potential. It’s no wonder producer,…

Mervyn Haisman

Unfortunately we must report the passing of Mervyn Haisman, who suffered a heart failure and died at 82 years old. Haisman and partner Henry Lincoln were responsible for writing three Troughton stories.  Their first, The Abominable Snowmen, featured the first appearance of the Yeti.  The Web of Fear, their second story, saw the return of…

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