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Estate of Trevor Preston

About Estate of Trevor Preston

Trevor Preston was a British screenwriter. He wrote the series OUT and created the series ACE OF WANDS. He also wrote a 1976 movie adaptation of JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH. In 1981 he received the BAFTA for the TV series FOX.

TV

    • Production
    • Company
    • Notes
    • LITTLE WHITE LIES
    • BBC
    • TV movie
    • THE NEGOTIATOR
    • BBC
    • TV movie
    • THICKER THAN WATER
    • BBC
    • 3-part series
    • CHILDREN CROSSING
    • BBC
    • TV movie
    • DRAMARAMA
    • Border Television
    • A series of supernatural/sci-fi television plays for children, starring David Jason and Gary Oldman
    • FOX
    • Euston Films
    • Creator and Writer. 13 part series starring Ray Winstone. With OUT, FOX won Trevor the the 1981 BAFTA award.
    • THE RACING GAME
    • THE DICK FRANCIS THRILLER
    • TV series
    • HAZELL
    • TV series (2 episodes)
    • OUT
    • Euston Films
    • Creator and Writer. 6 part series.
    • COUPLES
    • Thames Television
    • Original drama series
    • SHADOWS
    • TV series
    • THE AWFUL MR. GOODALL
    • TV series
    • THE PROTECTORS
    • TV series (5 episodes)
    • ARMCHAIR
    • TV series
    • LOVE STORY
    • TV series
    • SIX DAYS OF JUSTICE
    • TV series (3 episodes)
    • WHAT THE PEEPER SAW
    • 1972
    • PUBLIC EYE
    • TV series (1 episode)
    • THE MIND OF MR. J.G REEDER
    • TV series adapted from the Edgar Wallace short stories
    • ACE OF WANDS
    • Thames Television
    • Creator and Writer. Children’s series. 43 episodes.
    • THE INCREDIBLE ADVENTURES OF PROFESSOR BRANESTAWM
    • TV series adapted from the Norman Hunter books
    • THE TYRANT KING
    • TV series (6 episodes)
    • FREEWHEELERS
    • TV series (4 episodes)
    • THE PILGRIM’S PROGRESS
    • TV series, adaptation (3 episodes)
    • THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE
    • TV series, adaptation (10 episodes)
    • FOUR PEOPLE
    • TV mini-series (1 episode)

Film

    • Production
    • Company
    • Notes
    • I’LL SLEEP WHEN I’M DEAD
    • Paramount
    • Director Mike Hodges. Starring Clive Owen
    • BILLY THE KID AND THE GREEN BAIZE VAMPIRE
    • ITC
    • PARKER
    • SLAYGROUND
    • EMI Screen Entertainment
    • Starring Peter Coyote and Billie Whitelaw
    • NIGHT HAIR CHILD

Theatre

    • Production
    • Company
    • Notes
    • DEATH OF AN ELEPHANT
    • Orange Tree Theatre
    • 1996

Audio

    • Production
    • Company
    • Notes
    • BBC Radio 4
    • Based on Trevor’s own unpublished novel
    • BBC Radio 4
    • Original radio drama
    • BBC Radio 4
    • Original radio play exploring life with bipolar disorder. Starred Rory Kinnear and was shortlisted for the Richard Imison Award for ‘Best First Radio Play’ and for a Mental Health in the Media Award