Gerry Davis (1930 1991) was a British television writer best known for his contributions to the science fiction genre. From 1966 until the following year Davis was the script editor of the popular BBC series "Doctor Who", for which he created the character Jamie McCrimmon and cocreated the popular cybernetic monsters known as the Cybermen. He also adapted several of his scripts into novels for Target Books "Doctor Who" imprint. With Kit Pedler he cowrote the science fiction novels "Mutant 59: The Plastic Eaters", "Brainrack", and "The Dynostar Menace".
Four classic TV novelisations in which the Doctor and friends are witnesses to alien invasion.
In Doctor Who and the Tenth Planet, by Gerry Davis, the First Doctor, Ben and Polly help the crew of an Antarctic tracking station as they resist invasion by...[SEE MORE]