H. G. Wells

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prolific English writer best known for his science-fiction novels

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Dr James quoted from HG Wells' book 'In the Fourth Year', in which he said the advent of planes, longrange guns and submarines had made the great empires of Europe more vulnerable than at any time in their history.
However, the document later said that it could be possible to "re-provide the existing conference facility at HG Wells as part of the hotel permitted within theVictoria Square Development" but that it was "too early to confirm this at this time."
Filming continues in Liverpool and on Sir Thomas Street believed to the BBC series of the HG Wells classic The War of the worlds.
Speaking of the impending series, Mammoth Screen's managing director, Damien Timmer, said: "It's a great honour to bring HG Wells's masterpiece to BBC One.
HG Wells contained a story with inter-planetary scope within the pages of a novel and writer Laura Lindow, who lives in Gateshead, is having to do something similar.
Damien Timmer, managing director of producer Mammoth Screen, said: "It's a great honour to bring HG Wells' masterpiece to BBC One.
For our final UK arena tour, I decided that it was time to give HG Wells a chance to 'have his say' about why he wrote the first science fiction story ever written and its meaning to the real world we live in.
The test, which has been developed by Staples, asks users to read a short passage from HG Wells' The War Of The Worlds and then asks three comprehension questions to see whether they were paying attention, Metro.co.uk reported.
First Men in the Moon Film4, 1.10pm Five years before Neil Armstrong took one small step, this Edward Judd starring sci-fi, based on a HG Wells novel, imagined what mysteries could be found on the lunar surface.
In 1985, sixth Doctor Colin Baker landed the Tardis near Inverness when he was blown offcourse by 100 years and met the father of science fiction, HG Wells.
Social division might split humans into two sub-species 100,000 years from now - just as HG Wells predicted.
He went to hear HG Wells and Harold Laski at the Labour Club and joined the (far left) October Club especially so that he could hear Bernard Shaw lecture on socialism in the Soviet Union.
6 (3) The Time Machine (PG) Guy Pearce goes back to the future in HG Wells' adventure.
A signed first edition copy of DH Lawrence's novel 'Lady Chatterley's Lover' which was owned by author HG Wells is due to be sold at next month's Olympia Book Fair.