Ian Stuart Black
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Ian Stuart BlackBorn: Sunday 21st March 1915
Died: Monday 13th October 1997 (age: 82)
Ian Stuart Black was a novelist, playwright and screenwriter.
Both his 1959 novel In the Wake of a Stranger and his 1962 novel about the Cyprus emergency The High Bright Sun were made into films, Black writing the screenplays in each case.
He also wrote scripts for several British television programmes from the 1950s to the 1970s, including The Invisible Man and Sir Francis Drake (for which he was also story editor), as well as Danger Man (on which he served as associate producer) and Star Maidens.
He wrote three stories for Doctor Who and novelised all three stories for Target Books.
His final credit was for a half-hour supernatural drama called House of Glass, which was made by Television South in 1991.