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Brian Hayles obituary (The Telegraph)

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Brian Hayles, who has died, aged 47, was for many years of B.B.C. scriptwriter who wrote for The Archers and several television series. His other scripts included "Z Cars," "Doomwatch" and "The Regiment."

A prolific writer, his books included two "Dr. Who" novels and a novel about the Archers. He recently completed "Moon Stallion," a BBC children's serial and was working on a remake of the Sabu film "The Thief of Baghdad."

Much of his work was on thrillers and horror tales. In 1975 he wrote "The House of the Werewolf for Unicorn Theatre, described as the first horror play for children, following it in 1976 with "The Curse of the Labyrinth.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1978-10-31). Brian Hayles obituary (The Telegraph). The Daily Telegraph p. 16.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "Brian Hayles obituary (The Telegraph)." The Daily Telegraph [add city] 1978-10-31, 16. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "Brian Hayles obituary (The Telegraph)." The Daily Telegraph, edition, sec., 1978-10-31
  • Turabian: "Brian Hayles obituary (The Telegraph)." The Daily Telegraph, 1978-10-31, section, 16 edition.
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