He eventually got sick of doing silly science fantasy and went off with Barry Letts to do a serious hard sci-fi series called Moonbase 3, then decided that was grim and boring and came back to try to license Doctor Who in audio form with Tom Baker (like Tom Baker would ever do audios) and eventually ended up submitting scripts to his replacements.
Books and audios Edit
He has also adapted several billion of the televised stories into Target novelisations among many Doctor Who books including some VNAs and EDAs. Has also written some Doctor Who Audios, plus the Reeltime spinoff movie Shakedown.
Televised Stories written by Terrance Edit
- The War Games (Second Doctor's final story, co-written with Malcolm Hulke)
- Robot (1975, Tom Baker's first outing as the Fourth Doctor)
- The Brain of Morbius (1976, for which Dicks was credited as "Robin Bland" - he hated Holmes' re-writes and requested that it be credited to "some bland pseudonym")
- Horror of Fang Rock (1977)
- State of Decay (1980)
- The Five Doctors (1983)
Doctor Who Live! Edit
Also wrote two Doctor Who stage plays: