Thought that you Doctor Who fans might appreciate this interesting article from the New York Times about how the series has changed British television:
"Russell T Davies, perhaps the most admired writer and producer working in British television drama, was once confronted at a wedding by a fellow guest bristling with indignation about a scene in Mr. Davies's hugely successful, family-friendly science fiction series, "Doctor Who." In the scene Capt. Jack Harkness, a swaggering intergalactic hero who exuberantly lusts after both men and women, plants quick kisses on the mouths of both the title character and the title character's female sidekick as they face imminent death. (Everyone survives.)
Mr. Davies's first instinct - as a reasonable person, as a happily gay man - was to be relaxed and placatory, he said. But something snapped."
Read the rest of the article here.
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