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Doctor Who and the Queen’s Birthday Honours

The second swathe of letters-after-their-names have been awarded by the UK’s elite ruling class to those that have been deemed worthy of recognition for the head of state’s birthday – and among them are some actors with Doctor Who connections.

So congratulations to Julian Glover, Claire Bloom, David Haig and Rowan Atkinson, all rewarded in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours.

Julian Glover, CBE appeared in The Crusade (1965) as Richard The Lionheart, and later in City Of Death (1979) as Scaroth, last of the Jagaroth.

Claire Bloom, CBE who appeared in The End Of Time (2009/2010) as The Woman.

David Haig, MBE, was Pangol in The Leisure Hive (1980) as Pangol has been awarded an MBE.

Rowan Atkinson, CBE starred in 1999’s Comic Relief spinoff The Curse Of Fatal Death as the Doctor. Amusingly his Blackadder co-star and subordinate Tony Robinson has been knighted.

Looks like we’ll have to wait another six months for Bernard Cribbins’ knighthood…

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