Last updated 27 July 2014
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Bernard LodgeBorn: 1933 (age: 90)
Bernard Lodge designed the first five title sequences used for Doctor Who.
These were the ones used from An Unearthly Child to The Moonbase; from The Macra Terror to The War Games; from Spearhead from Space to The Green Death; from The Time Warrior to Planet of the Spiders; and from Robot to The Horns of Nimon.
His designs were used until 1981 when Sid Sutton was appointed as the new designer by producer John Nathan-Turner.
In 1974 Lodge won a RTS Television Award for Best Graphics, becoming the first people involved in Doctor Who to win an award for his work.