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UKOccupationDirector, screenwriter, producerIrene Shubik (26 December 1929 – 26 September 2019) was a producer, known for her contribution to the development of the single play in British. Beginning her career in television at, she worked on as a story editor where she devised the anthology series.Moving to the, she briefly worked as a story editor before being promoted to producer, creating the science fiction. Leaving Out of the Unknown after two seasons, Shubik co-produced, overseeing its transition into in 1970. She left the BBC in 1976, and subsequently produced the first season of for before joining where she produced and devised. She has wrote film scripts and a novel, The War Guest. 9 October 2019. Retrieved 9 October 2019.
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