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James Payne

Writer

Agent

Bethan Evans

Television

STAKING A CLAIM (BBC) Current
Pilot for an original series

WALK A MILE (Studio Lambert) Current
Treatment for an original series

THE SECTION (Red Planet Pictures) Current
Treatment for an original series

UNLICENSED (Red Productions Company) Current
Treatment for an original series

HOOTEN AND THE LADY (Red Planet Pictures/Sky) 2016
8 x 60′ Co-creator

 

THE MUSKETEERS  1 & 3 (BBC) 2014 & 2016
2 x 60′ episodes

MR SELFRIDGE 3 & 4 (ITV) 2014-2015
2 x 60′ episodes

EASTENDERS (BBC) 2002-2009 & 2015
Core Writer – 78 episodes (Including 30th anniversary live episode)
Winner: Best Soap– 2016 BAFTA Awards
Winner: Best Soap – 2015 Broadcast Awards
Winner: Best Single Episode – 2015 British Soap Awards

BY ANY MEANS (Red Planet Pictures/BBC) 2013
6 x 60′ Co-creator, writer

DEATH IN PARADISE 1&2 (Red Planet Pictures/BBC) 2011-2013
2 x 60′ script

FUGITIVES (Tiger Aspect/E4) In development
Original 60′ pilot

HUSTLE 7
(Kudos Film and TV
) 2011
1 x 60′

SHANKABOOT (Batoota Films/BBC World Service Trust) 2010
Developer, co-creator, writer; world’s first Arabic webdrama
Winner – Best Programme: Fiction – 2011 International Digital Emmy
Winner – Reflet D’or – 2010 Geneva Film Festival

ASHES TO ASHES 3 (Kudos Film and TV) 2010
1 x 60′ episode
Nominated – Best Drama Series – Writers’ Guild of Great Britain Awards

MOVING WALLPAPER 1&2 (Kudos Film & TV/ITV) 2008-2009
2×30′ episode

GONE (Red Production Company) 2007
Original Pilot

HOLBY BLUE (Red Planet Pictures/BBC) 2007
1×60’ episode

ARE YOU JIM’S WIFE? (BBC) 2006
Original 60′ BBC1 Play

GREASE MONKEYS (BBC3) 2003

HOLLYOAKS (Lime Pictures/C4) 1999-2001

STARTING OUT (Alomo/BBC) 1999


Radio

AONACH HOURN (BBC R4) 2014
5×15′ serial

LONDON LANDSCAPE 1998
Winner – Playwright of the Year – London Arts Board Radio

WESTWAY (BBC World Service) 1998

PIRATES (BBC R1) 1995
Winner – BBC First Bite Festival

SHIVER BREATHING 1994
Adapted as a stage play for the National Theatre, Cottesloe
Winner – Woolwich Young Radio Playwrights Festival

Call Bethan to discuss James or other Writers

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