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Screenwriter, Director and Actor
Emily Mortimer is the screenwriter and director of The Pursuit Of Love, and also plays The Bolter. The Pursuit Of Love is a romantic comedy-drama about love and friendship adapted from the novel by Nancy Mitford.
BBC Writersroom North
Tony Schumacher was part of our Northern Voices writer development group. The Responder started shooting today in Liverpool and stars Martin Freeman.
Writer Richard Warlow introduces The Serpent, the remarkable story of how one of the world’s most wanted men: thief, frandster and serial killer, Charles Sobhraj was brought to justice. Shot across East and South-East Asia and set during the era of the 1970s 'Hippie Trail'.
Novelist and Screenwriter
Coming to BBC One this Christmas is a brand new adaptation by BAFTA Award-winning Amanda Coe (Apple Tree Yard, The Trial of Christine Keeler) of Rumer Godden's iconic 1939 tale of sexual repression and forbidden love. Amanda introduces the drama on our blog.
Writer and Actor
David Proud was part of BBC Writersroom's First Writers' Access Group for disabled writers. David explains how the opportunity to write his first episode of Doctors arose from being part of the group and what the process involved.
David Nicholls is well-known for novels including Starter for Ten and One Day. He is also a screenwriter with credits including the adaptation of Patrick Melrose. He has adapted his own novel, Us, for BBC One which begins on Sunday 20th September 2020.
The Cormoran Strike novels are written by J K Rowling under the pen-name Robert Galbraith. Screenwriter Tom Edge explains how he approached adapting the fourth novel, Lethal White, this time over four hours of screen time and how collaboration is key.
Vikram Seth's vast panorama of post-independence, post-separation India in the 1950s comes to BBC One from 26th July in an adaptation scripted by Andrew Davies. Vikram explains the story's origin, introduces its main themes and some of the key protagonists.
Charlie Swinbourne & Sophie Woolley
Charlie Swinbourne and Sophie Woolley were both part of our first Writers' Access Group. They have co-written this Saturday's episode of Casualty in which the show's first deaf character, Jade Lovall, meets her birth mother for the first time and finds out why her mother had to give her up.
Writer & Executive Producer
In March 2018 Salisbury became the site of an unprecedented national emergency. This three-part dramatisation focuses on the extraordinary heroism shown by the local community. Find out more in this blog by one of the show's writers.