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Russell Barnes was born on 1968 in British, is a British television producer and director. Discover Russell Barnes’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 52 years old?
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Russell Barnes Height, Weight & Measurements
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Dating & Relationship status
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Russell Barnes Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Russell Barnes worth at the age of 52 years old? Russell Barnes’s income source is mostly from being a successful Producer. He is from British. We have estimated Russell Barnes’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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Timeline of Russell Barnes
Russell Barnes worked as a researcher on cult youth programmes A Stab in the Dark and The Word, and also Channel 4’s television review show, Right to Reply.
In 2017, Russell Barnes directed the comedian Harry Hill in Damien Hirst by Harry Hill, an affectionate parody of an arts documentary about the conceptual artist Damien Hirst. The film was broadcast by Sky Arts in its Passions strand to coincide with Hirst’s controversial Venice Biennale show Treasure of the Wreck of the Unbelievable. Russell Barnes also directed the well-received arts series Utopia: In Search of the Dream, in which semiotician Professor Richard Clay explored different visions of utopia with notable interviewees including Norman Foster, Sid Meier and Katherine Maher.
In 2010 Barnes founded the independent production company ClearStory Ltd with Molly Milton, where he has produced projects including Richard Dawkins series Sex, Death and the Meaning of Life, the award-winning observational documentary Gypsy Blood and the controversial studio format Sex Box for Channel 4.
Russell Barnes started working with the evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins in 2005, directing the series The Root of All Evil? and The Enemies of Reason, which attracted controversy for their robust advocacy of atheism and rationalist principles. Barnes and Dawkins’ next series The Genius of Charles Darwin, marking the 150th anniversary of On the Origin of Species in 2008, won Best Documentary series at the 2009 Broadcast Awards.
In 2004 Russell Barnes produced Churchill’s Forgotten Years, written and presented by the Cambridge University historian David Reynolds. Barnes and Reynolds went on to collaborate on a series of further feature-length history documentaries for the BBC, including The Improbable Mr Attlee, Summits and Armistice, which charted the final month of the First World War from the German perspective and received special commendation from the jury at the 2009 Grierson Awards ceremony. In 2011, they produced World War Two: 1941 and the Man of Steel, a new profile of Josef Stalin, which was shortlisted in the Best Historical Documentary category of the 2012 Grierson Awards. This was followed in 2012 by World War Two: 1942 and Hitler’s Soft Underbelly which argued that the war in the Mediterranean became a dark obsession for Winston Churchill, and in 2015, World War Two: 1945 and the Wheelchair President, examined the impact of Franklin Rooselvelt’s failing health and marriage on his war leadership. Long Shadow, which explored the legacy and meaning of the First World War as part of the BBC’s centenary season of programming, was broadcast on BBC2 in 2014. The series, which explored the legacy and meaning of the First World War as part of the BBC’s centenary season of programming, received widespread and favourable press coverage and reviews.
In 2002, he directed Empire, a revisionist account of British colonial history presented by the Harvard historian Niall Ferguson. A sequel about US power, American Colossus, followed in 2004.
Russell Barnes has produced several films that explore the history of communications technology including, in 2000, How the Victorians Wired the World and Hackers in Wonderland. In 2009 he was series producer of The Virtual Revolution, a BBC2 history of the World Wide Web presented by Aleks Krotoski. The series won the 2010 International Digital Emmy Award and the 2010 BAFTA New Media Award.
Russell Barnes (born 1968) is a British television producer and director, known primarily for documentaries about science and contemporary history. He was educated at Bedford Modern School and studied history at Christ’s College, Cambridge.