BBC writes about Steven Moffat honoured at Writers’ Guild Awards

We all know Steven Moffat for the role he plays (behind the scenes) in Doctor Who series, but he is also known as the creator of Sherlock series.

Sherlock creator Steven Moffat has been handed the top prize at this year’s Writers’ Guild Awards.

Moffat, who also oversees Doctor Who, was honoured with the special award for outstanding writing.

Accepting the award, he told the London ceremony: “Write what you love. I’ve never loved anything as much as Doctor Who and Sherlock.”

You can find more information about who won what prices over here. I believe you are also interested in something that appears in the same article: Doctor Who spin-off The Sarah Jane Adventures, written by Phil Ford, took the prize for best children’s TV script for its episode The Curse of Clyde Langer.


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