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The British science fiction television series "Dr. Who" has been around since the early 1960s, and its stories have been written by several well-known authors and film writers. Often, some of its popular episodes have been turned into novels or short stories. A 1979 story called "Shada" was written by someone who would go on to be extremely famous for other things (he had written several Dr. Who stories before). The story never fully got made into a TV episode because it coincided with some strikes at the BBC. BBC Books recently received permission to publish the story and others in that series.

Who was the author?

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