Keith Topping

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Keith Topping (Keith Andrew Topping) was born on 26 October, 1963 in Walker, Newcastle upon Tyne, is an author, journalist and broadcaster. Discover Keith Topping’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 57 years old?

Popular AsKeith Andrew Topping
Occupationauthor, journalist and broadcaster
Age57 years old
Zodiac SignScorpio
Born26 October 1963
Birthday26 October
BirthplaceWalker, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Timeline of Keith Topping


On radio, Topping was the Producer/Presenter of the monthly Book Club (2005–2007) and co-presented a daily television review slot, Keith Telly Topping’s Top TV Tips, Monday to Friday, on The Simon Logan Show for BBC Newcastle (2006-2012).


Topping also wrote the Telos Doctor Who novella Ghost Ship which was published in 2002 and reissued as a paperback in 2003.


Following Day’s move into TV scripting, Topping wrote the novels The King of Terror (2000) and Byzantium! (2001) solo. The latter novel is the only BBC Books Past Doctor Adventure to be set entirely within one episode of the television series Doctor Who — 1965’s The Romans by Dennis Spooner.


The pair quickly followed this up with the acclaimed novel The Hollow Men in 1998.


Topping’s first published fiction was the BBC Books “Past Doctor Adventure” The Devil Goblins from Neptune in 1997. The novel was co-written with his friend and frequent collaborator Martin Day.


Cornell, Day and Topping also collaborated on the Doctor Who Discontinuity Guide, published by Virgin Books in 1995 and re-issued, in the US, by MonkeyBrain Books in 2004, a lighthearted guide to the mistakes and incongruities of the television series.


He worked for the Civil Service as an Administrative Officer in the, then, Department of Employment between 1983 and 2001 when he left to pursue a full-time freelance writing career.


Keith Andrew Topping (born (1963-10-26 ) 26 October 1963 in Walker, Tyneside) is an author, journalist and broadcaster most closely associated with his work relating to the BBC Television series Doctor Who and for writing numerous official and unofficial guide books to a wide variety of television and film series, particularly Buffy the Vampire Slayer.


Keith Topping’s parents were Thomas Topping (1918–1991) and Lily Lamb (b. 1920) and he has two much older brothers, Terrence John (b. 1944) and Thomas Colin (b. 1948). Topping’s family have Irish, Scottish, East Anglian (Snape, Suffolk, Great Yarmouth) and Cumbrian (Crosby-on-Eden) roots as well as North Eastern. He is a distant relative of the Morpeth landscape artist Thomas Bowman Garvie (1859–1944). Topping’s great-great-uncle was the Tyneside journalist and columnist Albert Elliott.