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Born in the same year Doctor Who first aired, Russell T Davies' contributions to Doctor Who are formidable. As executive producer and head writer, he was at the forefront of Doctor Who when it was returned to TV screens in 2005 by BBC Wales. He is the creator of two other Doctor Who-related series: Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures and has written countless hours of other television. Much of what is generally accepted as the modern Doctor Who universe — the Slitheen, the Ood, the Last Great Time War, Martha Jones, Rose Tyler, Donna Noble, the Ninth and Tenth Doctors — were his creations. His firm decision to make Doctor Who in Wales is largely responsible for the prominence Cardiff now enjoys in the production of British television. Read more...
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Ace: Maybe it’s one of those blips you’ve told me about that are so small they don’t mess up time.
Seventh Doctor: Poe isn’t a small blip. He was a writer of enormous influence. If he’d lived and written another twenty years, the whole history of American and European literature would be different.
Ace: But it’s not anything really important, like a vaccine or something. It’s just books.
Seventh Doctor: (tightly) Literature is an integral part of Earth culture.
PROSE: The Algebra of Ice
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