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Name  Richard Denton

Role  Television producer
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Nominations  British Academy Television Award for Best Factual Series

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Richard Denton is a British television producer. He is best known for his Gorbachov era BBC documentary series Comrades.

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Documentaries

  • Public School - a BBC television film series (made in 1979; transmitted in 1980) about Radley College, an independent boarding school for boys in Oxfordshire.
  • Kingswood: A Comprehensive School - a BBC television series (made in 1980/81 and transmitted in 1982) about The Kingswood School, a typical Northamptonshire comprehensive school.
  • Atheism: A Rough History of Disbelief presented by Jonathan Miller - Famous Quotations narrated by Bernard Hill.
  • Did Jesus Die? - a documentary including material on Jesus in India theories and the Roza Bal shrine. Narrated by Bernard Hill
  • "Papa Wojtyla" A three part biographical BBC series on Pope John Paul II including the first ever TV interview with any Pope
  • "Caviar & Cornflakes". BBC film about british Journalists (Patrick Cockburn) and Diplomats in Moscow at the time of Chernobyl accident
  • "Born in the USSR" BBC film about the return of Vladimir Ashkenazy the pianist and conductor for his first visit after his Defection from the Soviet Union
  • "Miss USSR" international documentary for PBS and BBC about the first ever Soviet Union Beauty Pageant
  • "Madness" a five part series presented by Jonathan Miller for BBC
  • "The Real John Lennon" A Channel Four biographical documentary
  • "Cilla: in Black and White." A Channel Four biographical documentary
  • "Sex Slaves in the Cellar" Channel Five .
  • "Shakespeare Uncovered" an ongoing celebrity led series of documentaries for PBS on individual Shakespeare plays
  • References

    Richard Denton (producer) Wikipedia


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