Saturday, 14 June 2008

Russell T Davies is Awarded OBE

Russell T Davies, the lead writer and executive producer of Doctor Who and the man who revived Doctor Who in 2003 has been awarded an OBE, one of the highest civilian honours available to a British subject, the OBE is awarded by the Queen, on advice from the Government, and has been given to RTD for his services to drama.

Russell had this to say to The Time newspaper: "I'm delighted to accept, and I hope it does the whole industry a bit of good, for the writing of television drama to be recognised." he is the second Doctor Who producer to be given the honour, the late Verity Lambert (who produced Doctor Who back in 1963) was given an OBE in 2002.

I say, good for Russell! He deserves it!

1 comment:

  1. I agree. He really does deserve it. he will be head of BBC one day for sure! Here is an interview with Russell I found on the website called Sonic State. It's all about the sound FX and music they use on the series. it's really good and I recommend you watch it.


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