Russell T Davies to explore ‘modern gay sex lives’ in two new drama series

Russel T. Davies is one of the best screen writers on television. His part in the revival of Dr. Who in combination with David Tennants portrayal of the Doctor was the reason for the shows success.

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Doctor Who - starring David Tennant and Freema Agyeman, written by Russell T Davies. The official site.

New Russell T Davies online series seeks ‘real gay sex stories’

A new online series from Russell T Davies is looking for people to share real stories about their sexual experiences.

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Russell T Davies to Contribute TWO Scripts for Doctor Who Series - FiveWhoFans

In a freezing-cold brick warehouse in central Manchester, the comedian and actor Rufus Hound is stark naked and pretending to be drunk. Hound plays a man picked up in a gay bar by Henry, the middle-aged protagonist of a new eight-part drama written by Queer as Folk creator (and Doctor Who regenerator) Russell T Davies. "If I can drop my trousers for a laugh at Glastonbury, I can sure as hell do it for one of the best British screenwriters of our generation," says Hound, when I ask him about…

Queer as Folk for the 21st century: Russell T Davies on Cucumber and why his life's work is chronicling the modern gay experience

Queer as Folk for the century: Russell T Davies on Cucumber and

In the end I sort of though we created a companion who was so alive and dynamic and so wedded to the doctor that you’d need a whole universe to contain her in. The only way to get rid of her is to send her into a parallel world from which she can never return; otherwise she would stay with the doctor forever. - Russell T Davis

Parallel World: Otherwise She Would Have Stayed With Him Forever

I miss rose soooo much and wish she would just come back and stay forever :(

Russell T Davies style Doctor Who Daleks Earrings by chgallery, $23.00

Russell T Davies style Doctor Who Daleks Earrings by chgallery

Russell T Davies on the shocks in the latest Cucumber and the return of Queer as Folk's Hazel Tyler

Russell T Davies: "I'd long wanted to write a death that feels like a death"

The Doctor Who creator talks about violence in Doctor Who, the spooky return of Hazel from Queer as Folk and why there'll be no second series of Cucumber.

The doctor and his mother. MY TEARS. His eyes, as he realizes. From rage, to pain and sadness; he looks so lost. He's destroyed his people once, INCLUDING HIS MOTHER! She's lived in the locked time war, knowing that her son was their greatest enemy.  She's looking at her son, the war criminal, and knowing he'll kill her again, and he knows too, and they both know it is right. But this, this is the first time they've faced each other in who knows how long, and he's about to kill them. Again.

The Time Lords are the Weeping Angels theory. and This Was His Mom theory. I was actually thinking that that was his mom the first time I saw this episode, but I never thought of the weeping angels one.

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