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When I look back at Doctor Who
(1963) now, I laugh at it fondly. As a television professional, I think 'How did these guys get a paycheque every week?'. Nothing from the black and white days, with the exception of the pilot episode, should have got out of the building. They should have been clubbing those guys to death. You've got an old guy in the lead [William Hartnell
] who can't remember his ...
He was awarded the OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2015 Queen's Birthday Honours List for his services to Drama. He is a television writer in London, England.
His main characters often hold a lengthy, humorous and sometimes emotional speech to emphasize their personal opinion or to cause a change of heart to others.