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Grant Naylor Productions
TypeTelevision production company
FounderRob Grant
Doug Naylor
Key people
Doug Naylor, Rob Grant[1]
ProductsRed Dwarf, The 10%ers

Grant Naylor was the collective name used by writers Rob Grant and Doug Naylor for their collaborative work, including the television series Red Dwarf. Grant and Naylor themselves called this pseudonym a "gestalt entity" (i.e., something which is greater than the sum of its parts).

The collaboration began in the mid-1980s, when the duo co-wrote BBC Radio 4 programmes such as Cliché and its sequel Son of Cliché, and television programmes such as the British satire Spitting Image, office-based comedy The 10%ers, and various projects for Jasper Carrott. The pair are also credited with writing the lyrics to "The Chicken Song" and a number of other musical parodies for Spitting Image.

The 'Grant Naylor' collaboration, as it had become known, created the cult science-fiction comedy series Red Dwarf. Later episodes of Red Dwarf were made by a company named after this pseudonym, Grant Naylor Productions.

In the mid-1990s, after the success of Series VI of Red Dwarf, the 'Grant Naylor' collaboration ended.

Doug Naylor went on to write series 7–12 of Red Dwarf by himself, sometimes in collaboration with other writers, particularly on series 7.

In 1999 and 2000, Rob Grant independently wrote two television series, Dark Ages and The Strangerers, and script-edited the series Stressed Eric. He went on to write four books and is rumoured to be working on an animated series entitled Cruel Aliens.[2]

Since the end of the eighth series of Red Dwarf in 1999, Grant Naylor Productions (under Doug Naylor) attempted to make a feature-length movie version of the series.[3] However, it proved impossible to find sufficient funding. Instead, a new three-part television miniseries, Red Dwarf: Back to Earth, was created and shown on channel Dave over the Easter weekend in April 2009. Since then, Grant Naylor Productions have created Red Dwarf X, broadcast in 2012. Red Dwarf XI was broadcast on UKTV's Dave channel from September to October 2016, while Red Dwarf XII (which was shot back-to-back with XI) aired from October to November 2017.


  2. ^ "Cruel Aliens Still Cruel". 23 April 2010. Retrieved 15 May 2020.
  3. ^ "Red Dwarf The movie". Archived from the original on 2008-02-04. Retrieved 2008-02-07.

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