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Lovely Little Farm – 2018-2022 – (Darrall Macqueen for Apple TV+) Head Writer/Executive Producer on this new live action family series, launched globally June 10th on Apple TV+.
The Guardian – ‘Seven Best Shows to Stream This Week’ 04/06/22
Entertainment Weekly – ‘Ten Best Kids Summer Picks’ – ‘A little jewel of a show…if you haven’t caught up with it, you won’t be disappointed.’
The Sun – ‘A genuine delight. A joyous, informative and entertaining treat that’s sure to win the hearts of little kids – and not-so-little parents, too.’
Common Sense Media – ***** ‘Sublimely sweet… a show you’ll want to indulge in again and again.’
WINNER: BAFTA Children’s Awards 2022 – Pre-school Live Action
Nominee: Broadcast Awards 2023 – Best Pre-school Programme
Shortlisted: Rose d’Or Awards 2022 – Children and Youth
Hunter Street: Series 3 & 4 – 2018-2021 – (Blooming Media for Nickelodeon) Scripted seven episodes and part of writing team story conferences for the latest two series of the hit BAFTA-nominated mystery comedy, broadcast globally.
PJ Masks: Series 3-6 – 2017-2022 – (eOne for Disney) Eight episodes of the worldwide hit superhero comedy for Disney, including the Season 6 finale double-episode.
Shasha & Milo – 2022 – (Zodiak Kids/Pingo Entertainment) Three episodes of new action High School comedy with a furry hero twist.
Molly and Mack: Series 1-5 – 2018-2022 – (BBC Studios for Cbeebies) Twelve episodes of the hit comedy-drama about a sister and brother whose lives revolve around a community hub.
Andy And The Band: Series 1&2 – 2018-2021 – (Three Arrows for CBBC) Pilot script and seven further episodes of the musical comedy starring Andy Day and his band the Odd Socks.
Andy And The Band: Rockin’ Roadtrips – 2021 – (BBC Sounds) Three episodes of the spin-off comedy podcast, starring Andy Day.
Big Fat Like – 2020 – (BBC Studios for CBBC) Sketches for a new comedy spoofing the internet, from Joseph Elliott and Richard David-Caine.
The Amelia Gething Complex – 2018-2020 – (BBC Studios for BBC Two/iPlayer) Sketches for pilot and across two BBC Two/iPlayer series for the breakout YouTube comedy star.
Crackerjack! – 2019 – (BBC Studios for CBBC) Sketches for the reboot of the iconic entertainment show, starring Sam and Mark.
Biff and Chip – 2019-20 – (BBC Studios for Cbeebies) Pilot script and two episodes for new BBC adaptation of the classic book series.
Tracey Breaks the News: Series 1&2 – 2017-2018 – (BBC Studios for BBC1/HBO) Sketch writing for the new topical series starring Tracey Ullman – co-writing with Brona C Titley.
Team Kenny – 2018 – (Lime Pictures) Optioned original family sitcom with a meta narrative twist.
The Queen’s Birthday Party – 2018 – (BBC Studios for BBC1) Zoe Ball’s host script for the concert at the Royal Albert Hall celebrating the Queen’s 92nd birthday, co-writing with Brona C Titley.
Tiny Doctors – 2018-2019 – (BBC Studios) Pilot script and show development work for a new animated anatomical comedy.
PJ Masks: Shorts Series 2 – 2018 – (eOne for Disney) Scripted all 20 shorts for the Disney Channel and web: more than 40 million YouTube views to date.
CBBC sitcom development project – 2017-2018 – (The Comedy Unit for CBBC) Option from CBBC, leading to pilot script commission for an original family comedy, followed by an additional two script commissions. Co-writing with Tim Bain.
Waffle the Wonder Dog: Series 2-4 – 2017-2018 – (Darrall Macqueen for Cbeebies) Seven episodes of the BAFTA-nominated family comedy from the makers of the multi-award winning Topsy and Tim.
The Chart – 2017 – (Thames for BBC1) Script for new Saturday night entertainment show pilot from the makers of The X Factor, hosted by Zoe Ball and Roman Kemp – co-writing with Brona C Titley.
Class Dismissed: Series 1-3 & 5 – 2015-2019 – (CBBC Productions) Sketches for four series of the popular school-based comedy. Winner of the BAFTA for Best Children’s Comedy 2017.
BBC News Game: iReporter – 2017 – (Aardman Animations for BBC) Full script for interactive game set in the BBC Newsroom, produced by the studio behind Wallace and Gromit. Check out the game here.
Born Silly – 2017 – (CPL Productions for Channel 4) Material for the pilot of new hidden camera show playing pranks on kids.
Diddy TV: Series 1-4 – 2015-2017 – (CBBC productions) – A lead writer on the Bafta-nominated show spoofing the TV schedules.
Floogals: Series 1&2 – 2015-2017 – (The Foundation UK for NBC Universal) – Seven episodes of the comedy for US network Sprout.
Newzoids: Series 2 – 2016 – (Citrus Television for ITV1) Regular topical and non-topical sketch writer for ITV1’s puppet impressions show, co-writing with Brona C. Titley.
Noddy: Toyland Detective – 2016-2017 – (NBC Kids for C5) Two episodes of the latest CGI take on the iconic character.
Treasure Champs – 2016-17 (Three Arrows for Cbeebies) Pilot script and four episodes of a comedy about how hard it is to be a human.
Dennis and Gnasher: Unleashed! – 2016 – (Beano Studios) Two episodes of the Emmy-nominated CGI take on the legendary duo.
Sarah and Duck – 2016 – (Karrot Entertainment for Cbeebies) Writing on an episode of the BAFTA-winning series, starring Roger Allam.
BAFTA Film Awards – 2016 – (BAFTA for BBC iplayer) Script for ‘Films in the Frame’, the 30-minute preview show presented by Zoe Ball, plus material for the red carpet and backstage shows on awards night – co-writing with Brona C Titley.
Book development project – 2016 – (Lost My Name) Developing a new title for the No.1 global personalised children’s book publisher.
Bob the Builder – 2016 – (DHX /Mattel) Two episodes commissioned for the rebooted international animation.
Scream Street – 2014-2015 – (Coolabi/CBBC) – Three episodes of the stop frame comedy horror based on Tommy Donbavand’s hit series of books, with characters designed by Mackinnon & Saunders.
BAFTA Television Awards – 2015 – (Whizz Kid Entertainment for BBC1) – Additional material for Graham Norton’s host script and award presenters’ citations.
A Long Long Crime Ago – 2015 – (BBC Scotland for CBBC) – Co-created and wrote all four episodes of the new CBBC fairy tale courtroom comedy. Also scripted all online content.
Danger Mouse – 2015 – (FreemantleMedia Kids/CBBC) – Written an episode of the rebooted iconic cartoon series featuring a suave secret agent mouse and his sidekick hamster Penfold.
The Happos Family: Series 1 – 2015 – (Spider Eye for Turner Broadcasting) Seven episodes of the BAFTA-nominated animated comedy for Cartoon Network’s sister channel Boomerang.
Postman Pat – 2015 – (Dreamworks TV for Cbeebies) – Two episodes of the iconic series.
Disney development project – 2014 – (Walt Disney Company) – Commissioned to develop a show bible and pilot script for a live action 26-part teen comedy-drama with a culinary twist.
Nannies – 2014 – (CPL Productions) – Option and new script commission for original sitcom co-created with Brona C. Titley. Winner of the BAFTA Rocliffe New Comedy Award 2013. Presented at the New York Television Festival in October.
Diddy Movies: Series 1&2 – 2011-2014 – (CBBC Productions) – Lead-writer on two series of the show set in a uniquely weeny world of cinema. Winner of the BAFTA Children’s Award for Best Comedy 2014. *
DNN: Series 2 – 2014 – (CBBC Productions) – Regular sketch writer for series two of the Bafta-nominated spoof news comedy.
Killer in Kristina – 2014 – (BBC Comedy for BBC Radio) – Original sitcom pilot about a loving wife and mother who’s also a serial killer, co-created with Brona C. Titley.
Ludus – 2014 – (Boom Kids for CBBC) – Script editing 20 episodes of the new futuristic game-show set in a twisted virtual world.
Teen Time Machine – 2013 – (VH1, New York) – Development deal with the USA network for an original nostalgia reality show, co-created with Brona C. Titley.
Moshi Monsters – 2013 – (Mind Candy) – Development on an animated comedy series for characters in the global monster brand.
The Slammer Returns – 2013-2014 – (CBBC Productions) – Four episodes of the relaunched comedy series set in a prison for entertainers.
Waste Paper Bastards – 2013 – (Gepp Productions) – Additional material for a post-watershed sitcom pilot.
The Rhino House – 2012 – (Karrot Animation) – Pilot script for a new animated family comedy.
The Amazing World of Gumball – 2012 – (Cartoon Network) – Contributing to an episode of the multi award-winning Cartoon Network show.
The Revolting World of Stanley Brown – 2012 – (Retort for CBBC) – An episode of the new domestic sitcom with a science twist.
The Kumars – 2012 – (Hat Trick for Sky1) – Material for the brand new comedy chat show pilot. *
The Inspectres – 2012 – (BBC Comedy) – Pilot script for a new paranormal kids sitcom. *
London Olympics – 2012 – (LOCOG) – Two promotional films for the Olympics starring Dick and Dom. *
The Legend of Dick and Dom: Series 1,2&3 – 2009-2011 – (CBBC Productions for BBC1) – Lead writer on three series of the triple Bafta-nominated comedy, scripting 17 episodes. *
ABC – 2011 – (BBC Comedy) – Pilot script for a sitcom set in a primary school. *
The Slammer: Series 2-4 – 2008-2011 – (CBBC Productions for BBC1) – 18 episodes for three series of the comedy set in a prison. *
The Armstrong and Miller Show – 2009-2010 – (Hat Trick for BBC1) – Sketches for series 2 and 3 of the hit comedy. Winner of the BAFTA for Best Comedy Series 2010. *
Hounded – 2010 – (BBC Comedy for CBBC and BBC1) – Two episodes of the sci-fi sitcom starring Rufus Hound. *
It’s Paul Burling – 2010 – (ITV Productions for ITV1) – Sketches for the comedy impressions show. *
Mumbai Calling – 2009 – (Allan Mckeown Productions for ITV1) – Sketches, table writing and narrative work in UK and India for the call-centre sitcom. *
Fit – 2009 – (BBC Scotland) – Pilot script set in a high street fashion store. *
The All Star Impressions Show – 2009 – (Baby Cow for ITV1) – Sketches for the Christmas show. *
Trapped – 2007-2009 – (CBBC for BBC1) – Script editor and writer for three series of the game show. *
Headcases – 2008 – (ITV Productions for ITV1) – Sketch writer for the CGI impressions show. *
Dead Ringers – 2006-2007 – (BBC Productions for BBC2) – Sketches for two series of the topical impressions show. *
(* – Writing with Carl Carter)