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David Starkey was born on January 3, 1945 in Kendal, England as David Robert Starkey. He is a writer and director, known for Rome: The World's First Superpower (2014), Timewatch (1982) and UK General Election (1950). See full bio »

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Timewatch Miscellaneous Crew
UK General Election


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 2013 David Starkey's Music and Monarchy (TV Series documentary) (writer)
 2006-2007 Monarchy with David Starkey (TV Series documentary) (5 episodes)
- The House of Windsor (2007) ... (as Dr. David Starkey)
- Empire (2006) ... (as Dr David Starkey)
- Rule Britannia (2006) ... (as Dr David Starkey)
- The Glorious Revolution (2006) ... (as Dr David Starkey)
- The Return of the King (2006) ... (as Dr David Starkey)
 2002 Edward and Mary: The Unknown Tudors (TV Series documentary)
 1997 Henry VIII (TV Mini-Series documentary)
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Alternate Names:

Dr David Starkey | Dr. David Starkey | Prof David Starkey

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The BBC is in many ways wonderful, but it is not good at recognising when a programme has come to the end of its natural life. Programmes are like weeds - they spring up, grow quickly, and then should be allowed to die quickly. I think the BBC needs to be much more adventurous. I am horrified by this appetite they have for relaunches and remakes. They should be thinking about doing something new. See more »


Was an Open Scholar at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge. See more »

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