|Known for||Story editor for Doctor Who|
On Tosh's final story, The Massacre of St Bartholomew's Eve by John Lucarotti, Tosh performed a substantial rewrite of the scripts, both to align them with historical accuracy and also to accommodate William Hartnell's dual role as both the Doctor and the Abbot of Amboise. On the final episode the story editor's credit was given over to his successor Gerry Davis and Tosh was co-credited.
He also performed an extensive re-write of The Celestial Toymaker by Brian Hayles. Most of this work, however, was in turn rewritten by Davis. Tosh claimed that the trilogic game was the sole retention from his version of the script.
In 2013 he appeared as a background character in An Adventure in Space and Time, a drama about the making of the William Hartnell era Doctor Who programme, made to commemorate the show's 50th anniversary.
|Doctor Who Script Editor