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Neil Gaiman & Sir Ian McKellen Success At BBC Audio Drama Awards

Neil Gaiman, writer of The Doctor’s Wife and Nightmare in Silver, has won an Outstanding Contribution Award for his audio work. The American Gods novelist was presented his award at the BBC Audio Drama Awards in London, winning for his work adapting his books Neverwhere and Good Omens, the latter alongside Terry Pratchett. Rather perfectly, it was given to Gaiman by…

Moffat Eats RTS Awards

This year’s Royal Television Society Craft and Design Awards has taken place with prizes being given out to two of Steven Moffat’s babies, Doctor Who and Sherlock. The ceremony, which took place at London’s Savoy Hotel, was hosted by comedy twosome Dick and Dom. Sherlock (starring Benedict Cumberbatch, right) won best picture enhancement, best tape…

Gaiman’s Graveyard Award

Future Doctor Who writer and brilliant fantasy author Neil Gaiman has won the prestigious children’s fiction prize – the Cilip Carnegie Medal – for his fantasy tale The Graveyard Book. The novel about a small boy brought up by ghosts achieved a literary double by also picking up the Newbury medal – the US equivalent…

Gaiman’s Fairytale

Speaking to the BBC News website about his script in the next series of Doctor Who, Neil Gaiman has responsed to the recent criticism by fellow fantasy author Terry Pratchett. Pratchett, as guest editor of SFX Magazine, recently described elements of Doctor Who as “ludicrous” – although his argument was fair enough, it was taken a…

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