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David Dugan

writer, producer, director, Windfall Films

David Dugan founded Windfall Films with Oliver Morse and Ian Duncan in 1987. His strong narrative approach to science and history documentaries has won him many awards, including three Emmys, a Royal Television Society Award and two British Science Writers Awards. Dugan likes the challenge of turning difficult subjects into engaging films. He created and produced the Emmy award winning series DNA, to mark the 50th anniversary of the double helix, which featured most of the key players in the history of this molecule. He has also tackled fundamental physics in Reality On The Rocks, a trilogy of films in which the comic actor, Ken Campbell tries to get to grips with Stephen Hawkings' A Brief History of Time. Dugan is executive producer on many of Windfalls science and history productions, including Royal Institution Christmas Lectures, Monster Moves, Revealed and Do You Want to Live Forever.