Series supremo Russell T Davies is interviewed in today’s Telegraph about Doctor Who and spin-offs.
Davies uses the interview to heap praise on Classic Who writer Robert Holmes telling the paper:
“Take The Talons of Weng Chiang, for example. Watch episode one. It’s the best dialogue ever written. It’s up there with Dennis Potter. By a man called Robert Holmes. When the history of television drama comes to be written, Robert Holmes won’t be remembered at all because he only wrote genre stuff. And that, I reckon, is a real tragedy.”
As well as reporting that a fourth series of Doctor Who has been commissioned the feature also discusses Russell’s work on shows such as Second Coming and Queer as Folk.
Link: The Telegraph