Russell T Davies

It's A Sin creator weighs into BBC row following culture secretary's comments.
Tabloid reports about the It's A Sin actor have sparked a range of opinions online.
"Channel 4 exists to make dramas like It's A Sin and that’s going to fall away now – come back in 10 years and you'll see."
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During the commissioning process, one channel asked him to write a scene he did not agree with.
The Channel 4 show's creator said there was “always meant” to be another episode set in the present day.
Production designers Luana Hanson Interiors built around 165 sets for Russell T Davies’ hit Channel 4 drama.
TV show ‘It’s A Sin’, written by Russell T Davies, is proving incredibly successful with audiences, so much so it's already one of Channel 4’s most popular youth dramas. But whilst it’s a joyful romp through the music and the fashions of the Eighties, it’s also a retelling of LGBTQ history and an incredibly moving ode to the people lost in the early days of the AIDS pandemic.
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“It started with whispers, rumours... almost gossip. It was terrifying, even at the beginning."
The writer came across several roadblocks when he first started pitching the drama to TV execs in 2015.
“That’s the one thing I drew a line at because I don’t want it to look in any way glamorised."
“I’m not one to jump on to labelling,” the former How I Met Your Mother star said.
“A younger man might have said don’t put the Daleks in this, this is a serious subject."
Russell T. Davies' drama has aired without much fanfare, but it totally deserves it.