Steven Moffat's writing credits include: Joking Apart (two series
for BBC TWO - winner of the Bronze Rose of Montreux for Comedy 1995);
Press Gang - Steven wrote all 43 episodes of this popular series about
a group of wayward high school students who are given a local newspaper
The series won the Bafta Award for Best Children's Programme Entertainment/
Drama 1990 and the Royal Television Society Award for Best Children's
Steven's other writing credits include three episodes of Murder Most
Horrid for Dawn French and Exam Conditions, a half hour silent film
for Central Television which won the Prix Jeunesse in 1994.
Steven has been nominated for two Writers' Guild Awards, one Prix Jeunesse
and another Bafta for Press Gang and received a Royal Television Society
nomination for Exam Conditions.
He has written a theatrical film, Me Again, a comedy thriller to be
produced by Beryl Vertue and directed by Stephen Hopkins for Hartswood
Films this autumn and is busy writing episodes for the new series of
Doctor Who starring Christopher Eccleston and Billie Piper for BBC ONE.