I Write Scripts

For 20 years, I sat in various offices and wrote scripts in my lunch hour and evenings, before I got to do this full-time. It’s been a busy few years since I wrote my first episode of Holby in 2014. In 2015 and 2016, I worked on Vera and Home Fires for ITV. Then I was asked to adapt Lynda La Plante’s bestseller TENNISON into the six-part series PRIME SUSPECT 1973 for ITV and PBS Masterpiece. I wrote the episode of GOOD KARMA HOSPITAL, which was broadcast on ITV on Easter Sunday, 2020.

Currently waiting for production to begin on my next project.

I’m represented by Jago Irwin at Independent Talent.


I wrote an episode for the third series of ITV’s medical drama GOOD KARMA HOSPITAL. Broadcast in April 2020.


I wrote six episodes for ITV’s hit prequel to Prime Suspect, based on the bestseller Tennison by Lynda La Plante. Cast: Stefanie Martini, Sam Reid, Blake Harrison, Alun Armstrong and Ruth Sheen. Directed by David Caffrey. Co-production between ITV, PBS and Noho Film & Television. Now available on Netflix, BritBox and iTunes etc.


Award-winning short film starring Jonathan Pryce and Shane Attwooll, directed by Luke Losey, shown at festivals worldwide, including Rhode Island Film Festival, LA Shorts Festival and New York Short Film Festival.

VERA (2015-2016)

The series are all up on Netflix, ITVPlayer and BritBox. I wrote episode 2 – Tuesday’s Child – of series 6. Directed by Jill Robertson, starring the brilliant Brenda Blethyn and Kenny Doughty, with Jo Hartley, Sean Gilder, Rakie Ayola, Joe Dixon, Jason Done and Brian Fletcher. It’s the one set around a fairground.

Before that, I wrote episode three – Muddy Waters – of series 5, with Mark Bonnar, Alex Reid, Mark Womack, Jennifer Hennessy, Aisling Franciosi and Lee Ross. Directed by Stewart Svaasand. It’s the one with the body in the slurry pit. And no, that wasn’t real slurry.


I wrote on the second and final series of ITV’s Second World War drama HOME FIRES.  The series is on Netflix and BritBox.


HOLBY CITY (2013-2014)

I took part on the 2012/2013 Holby City Writers Scheme and wrote the episode “CRUSH” (S16 E33) for the BBC’s popular medical drama. It was the one with the elephant pox and Tom Jones impersonator in it.



I directed and wrote this 6-minute drama, starring Simon Paisley Day and Lesley Vickerage. Screened at festivals, including Paris and London. Available to view on the Videos page.


I wrote this short film, which screened at Cannes 2013. Based on the beautifully illustrated book by Jessica Albarn. Directed by Luke Losey and narrated by Jude Law, with an original score by Damon Albarn. The film is now available to view on the video page.



An Olympics-themed 30-min drama directed by Bim Ajadi, broadcast on Film 4 during London 2012. It won BEST BRITISH FILM at the 2013 Deaffest: The UK’s International Deaf Film & Arts Festival and 5 awards (including Best Writer) at the 2014 Gainditzen Film Festival, Spain..

All enquiries: Jago Irwin at Independent Talent.

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