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 Pywrit.com - Doug Naylor Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Doug Naylor is a British comedy writer who was born in Manchester, England.
Naylor has since written the seventh and eighth series of the show, mostly on his own, but some episodes were co-written with such writers as Paul Alexander and Kim Fuller.
Right now, Naylor and Grant Naylor Productions are primarily focused on the production of the Red Dwarf movie and the Red Dwarf DVDs.
www.pywrit.com /ebooks/sfn/DougNaylor/DougNaylorBio.htm   (164 words)

 SuperSciFi.com - A site for science fiction and fantasy enthusiasts.
Red Dwarf is a science fiction British sitcom (or Britcom for short) that ran in the late 80's and early 90's.
It was created and originally written by Grant Naylor (a so-called "gestalt entity", in reality a collective pseudonym for the writing duo Rob Grant and Doug Naylor).
The show is set 3 million years in the future in deep space, and revolves around the adventures of the crew of the Jupiter Mining Corporation's deep space vessel Red Dwarf.
www.superscifi.com /link4.html   (2312 words)

 Science Fiction Television
Bear McCreary - Interview, composer, Battlestar Galactica Season One [Jul 05]
Doug Naylor - The co-creator of Red Dwarf [February 2003]
Leonard Nimoy: Shedding Light on Shekhina [December 2002]
www.scifidimensions.com /television.htm   (612 words)

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Technical Manual (1998) by Herman Zimmerman, Rick Sternbach, Doug Drexler
Red Dwarf: Infinity Welcomes Careful Drivers (1992) by Grant Naylor
Red Dwarf - Primordial Soup: The Least Worst Scripts (1993) by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor
www.thelogbook.com /read   (2179 words)

 SCI-FI-LONDON film festival 1-3 Feb 2002
ANNE GAY - Author, Psychotherapist, editor of online sci-fi mag SFZ (website)
DOUG NAYLOR - Writer and co-creator of Red Dwarf (website)
JIM SWALLOW - Author and screenwriter for ST:Voyager and Enterprise.
www.sci-fi-london.com /2002web/events.htm   (847 words)

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