Richard Stokes (producer)

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Richard Stokes is a British television producer and executive producer. He produced the first two series of the Doctor Who spin-off series Torchwood for the BBC. He previously worked on Holby City as series producer (until 2005) and executive producer (2005–2006).

In 2003 he was interviewed for the post of producer on the then in pre-production revival of Doctor Who, but ultimately lost out on the job to Phil Collinson.[1]

He was the producer of ITV's Law & Order: UK from series 1 to series 6. In 2016, he produced Undercover for the BBC.[2]

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  1. ^ Cook, Benjamin (31 January 2007). "More Things We Learned This Christmas". Doctor Who Magazine (Panini Comics) (378): 35. 
  2. ^ "Undercover: Episode 1: Credits". BBC Online. Retrieved 3 April 2016. 

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