Rona Munro is a prize-winning Scottish writer who was born in Aberdeen in 1959. Munro is well recognized for writing Survival (1989), the final classic Doctor Who serial to air. She later turned this serial into a novel for Target Books. Her most recent credits include the stage play Iron, which has had numerous productions throughout the world. Additional theatre productions include Strawberries in January translation for the Traverse Theatre Edinburgh and The Indian Boy for the Royal Shakespeare Company.