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100 1  Eldridge, Jim,|d1944- 
370    London (England)|eCumbria (England)|2naf 
372    Children's literature|aMotion picture authorship|aRadio 
       authorship|aTelevision authorship|2lcsh 
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400 1  Eldridge, J.|q(Jim),|d1944- 
500 1  |wnnnc|aJames, Lee,|d1944- 
500 1  |wnnnc|aJames, Eldridge,|d1944- 
663    For works of this author entered under other names, search
       also under:|bJames, Lee, 1944-;|bJames, Eldridge, 1944- 
670    London siege, 2003:|bt.p. (J. Eldridge) cover (Jim 
       Eldridge) half-title (b. 1944, London; lives in rural 
       Cumbria; writes mostly for television and radio) 
670    Deadly skies, 1999:|bt.p. (J. Eldridge) BL AL sent 23 Nov.
670    RLIN, July 28, 2003|b(hdg.: Eldridge, Jim, 1944-; Eldridge,
       J.; usage: Jim Eldridge; J. Eldridge) 
670    Jim Eldridge's website, 9 Apr. 2010:|bcredits (lists 
       writings for TV and radio; also books, incl. those publ. 
       by Puffin, Scholastic, Red Fox, Robert Hale, etc.; has 
       also written under the name Lee James for Bloomsbury)
670    Death in Drygulch, 2010:|bt.p. (Eldridge James) t.p. verso
       (c. Jim Eldridge) 
670    Wikipedia, Aug. 23, 2016|b(Jim Eldridge (born November 
       1944) is an English radio, film and television 
       screenwriter with hundreds of radio and TV scripts 
       broadcast in the United Kingdom and across the world in a 
       career spanning over 30 years ;  Occupation: Children's 
       author and screenwriter ; Genre: Comedy, drama, adventure,
       science fiction)