7.50 13 October 1954 
   
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Stephen Gallagher(born 13 October 1954) is anEnglishwriter.

Gallagher was born inSalford, Greater Manchester. He has written several novels and television scripts, including for theBBCtelevision seriesDoctor Who for which he wrote two serials, Warriors' Gate(1981) andTerminus(1983)as well as for the seriesRosemary & ThymeandBugs, for two seasons of which he was script consultant along with Brian Clemens. He adapted his own novelChimeraforITVand directed the adaptation ofOktoberas well as writing the feature-length episodeThe Kingdom of Bonesfor the BBC seriesMurder Rooms.

He also developed and wrote a science-based series forITV, Eleventh Hour, starringPatrick Stewartas a government science investigator and advisor. The programme was rumoured to be ITV's answer to the new series ofDoctor Who, but was more in the tradition of the hard-science thriller. Gallagher's series format was acquired for aUS television remakeby theCSItrio of CBS, Jerry BruckheimerTV and directorDanny Cannon. The series aired on CBS and starredRufus SewellandMarley Shelton.

Life Line, broadcast in 2007, was a two-part a supernatural mystery starringRay Stevenson, Joanne WhalleyandJemima Rooper.

Stephen Gallagher was lead writer and story supervisor on NBC's 13-part seriesCrusoe, screened in 2008/2009, and contributed two episodes to the US version ofEleventh HourincludingMedea, the season finale. In 2009 He served as Co-Executive Producer on Bruckheimer's crime showThe Forgotten, starringChristian Slater. The Legacy, a two-part story for season 16 of the BBC'sSilent Witness, was Best Drama winner in the 2014 European Science TV and New Media Awards.

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