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Douglas Rae (TV executive)

Douglas Rae (born 22 June 1947, Edinburgh) is a Scottish television producer and executive, and a former children's television presenter.

Rae presented the long-running Thames Television children's series Magpie, taking over from Pete Brady in 1969 and remaining until 1977. He then moved behind the camera, becoming an executive producer on series including the BBC serial Monarch of the Glen.

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