The Apple TV+ show that I was Head Writer/Exec Producer on has won the BAFTA CHILDREN’S AWARD FOR PRE-SCHOOL LIVE ACTION. ‘Lovely Little Farm’ launched worldwide in more than 100 countries last June, and I headed up a team of six writers scripting the show. The BAFTA winners were announced at a ceremony in London.

Last month, Lovely Little Farm also made the shortlist for the 2022 Rose D’Or Awards, Children and Youth category.

Aug 2015 – ‘Diddy TV’ and ‘Class Dismissed’ film over summer

Two new sketch shows which I’ve written material for have been filming over the summer: ‘Diddy TV’, for which I’ve been a lead writer, is a sequel to the BAFTA-winning ‘Diddy Movies’. Again starring Dick and Dom, this time the show’s spoofing the TV schedules and ad breaks, from Strictly Come Dancing to Bake Off. ‘Diddy TV’ is set for broadcast on CBBC at the end of 2015. ‘Class Dismissed’, also for CBBC, is inspired by reality shows like ‘Educating Essex’, and takes place in a weird and wonky school, where the teachers definitely need more help than the students.

April 2015 – ‘A Long Long Crime Ago’ premieres Easter weekend

A LONG LONG CRIME AGO, the series I’ve co-created and written for CBBC, will get its premiere across Easter weekend, Good Friday to Easter Monday at 4.30pm on the CBBC Channel. The four episodes put fairy tale characters on trial for their crimes, with a jury of real kids deciding their fate. The cast is led by Gordon Kennedy, Samuell Benta, John P. Arnold and Gabriel Quigley. I developed the show with BBC Scotland, and it mixes courtroom drama, CSI reconstructions and fairy tale funny bits.

TV writer based in the UK

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