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    Default Uncle Terrance and the novelisations of the Sarah Jane Adventures!

    Exciting developments for the fans of 124 page novels! Uncle Terrance is back according to On Target!
    TERRANCE DICKS ADAPTS AGAIN

    It's been years since 12 years since Terrance Dicks last adapted a script into a novel. His last one was an adaptation of his own direct-to-video script Shakedown for the Doctor Who New Adventures range in 1995, and his last adaptation of someone else's scripts was a year earlier, Woof! The Never-Ending Tale, based on the Central TV series, with scripts by Richard Fegen, Andrew Norris and Graham Alborough. All this changes in November which sees his adaptation of Russell T. Davies' and Gareth Roberts' script for the New Year 2007 premiere episode of The Sarah Jane Adventures - 'Invasion of the Bane'. The book is published by Penguin Character Books, ISBN 140590397X / 978-1405903974, and should be in shops on the 1st of November.
    Well I'm pleased!

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    Could be interesting, I might be tempted.

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    "Sarah Jane Smith had an old/young face..." No maybe not. But nevertheless, exciting stuff, and perhaps good stocking-filler material for a certain little miss...

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    The covers are just what you'd expect. Looks like the tohers are being done by Rupert Laight, Phil Ford and the omnipresent Gary Russell.



    Si xx

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    I hope they inspire BBC Cardiff to start novelising the Doctor Who stories. I'd love to see some lovely Target-y versions of the likes of Tooth & Claw and Gridlock.

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    These were in Waterstones in Walthamstow the other weekend- would have mentioned it at the time but I thought everybody would have known!

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    Ah, presumably you popped in there prior to meeting us for lunch - surprised you didn't say anything about that!

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    I repeat- I thought everybody knew about them!!!

    There are only so many things you can do in Walthamstow when it's cold, windy and you're running an hour early!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Curnow View Post
    "Sarah Jane Smith had an old/young face..." No maybe not. But nevertheless, exciting stuff, and perhaps good stocking-filler material for a certain little miss...

    Sarah-Jane's car made a Wheezing-Groaning noise!!!!
    One Day, I shall come back, Yes, I shall come back,
    Until them, there must be no regrets, no tears, no anxieties, Just go forward in all your beliefs,
    and prove to me that I am not mistaken in mine!

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