Robbie Stamp

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Robbie Stamp
Born (1960-09-28) September 28, 1960 (age 54)
Occupation Producer
Spouse(s) Sue Stamp
Children 2

Robbie Stamp (born 1960) was the CEO of The Digital Village, a position that came about partly because of his friendship with author Douglas Adams, whose works inspired the site. Stamp was also the executive producer of the movie version of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.[1]

Robbie was a producer of television documentaries when he met Adams. Under his tenure at The Digital Village, the h2g2 project was launched, along with the computer game Starship Titanic.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Young, Martin & Stamp, Robbie 1989, Trojan horses : extraordinary stories of deception operations in the Second World War, Bodley Head, London
  • Kennett, Sue & Stamp, Robbie & Groman, Jeff & Naden, David 1989, The day war broke out, Marshall Cavendish, [London]
  • Prins, Gwyn & Stamp, Robbie & International Film Bureau & Millbank Films 1991, Top guns & toxic whales : the environment & global security, Earthscan Publications ; Post Mills, VT : Chelsea Green Pub. Co, London
  • Stamp, Robbie & Simpson, Paul, 1963- & Adams, Douglas, 1952-. Hitch-hiker's guide to the galaxy 2005, The making of The hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy : the filming of the Douglas Adams classic, Boxtree, London

References[edit]

  1. ^ Molitorisz, Sacha (22 April 2005). "Don't panic". Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 9 June 2011. 

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