The Testimony Of Taliesin Jones was made into a feature starring Jonathan Pryce and Ian Bannen. It was released in the US as Small Miracles. It was almost a very good film. 

The Testimony Of Taliesin Jones was made into a feature starring Jonathan Pryce and Ian Bannen. It was released in the US as Small Miracles. It was almost a very good film. 

My first commission for television was the 90-minute drama Mr Harvey Lights A Candle. It tells the story of a school trip to Salisbury Cathedral that goes wrong. It starred Timothy Spall, Celia Imre and Nathalie Press. 

My first commission for television was the 90-minute drama Mr Harvey Lights A Candle. It tells the story of a school trip to Salisbury Cathedral that goes wrong. It starred Timothy Spall, Celia Imre and Nathalie Press. 

I worked on two seasons of Silent Witness.  My episodes The Meaning of Death and A Body Of Work were heavy on plot and high on body count. 

I worked on two seasons of Silent Witness.  My episodes The Meaning of Death and A Body Of Work were heavy on plot and high on body count. 

The feature film Africa United tells the story of five kids who travel two thousand miles from Rwanda to the World Cup finals in South Africa.  The movie was made without stars and shot in Burundi - a first. 

The feature film Africa United tells the story of five kids who travel two thousand miles from Rwanda to the World Cup finals in South Africa.  The movie was made without stars and shot in Burundi - a first. 

Atlantis was a factual drama broadcast on BBC1.  A re-imagining of the volcanic eruption that destroyed Santorini in 1600 B.C.

Atlantis was a factual drama broadcast on BBC1.  A re-imagining of the volcanic eruption that destroyed Santorini in 1600 B.C.

Reviews

Mr Harvey Lights A Candle

'One of the best dramas produced by the BBC in recent times.'  Daily Mail

'We laughed, cried, but mostly just admired the writing and acting...' Radio Times

...'terrifically authentic...no shortage of poignant moments...' Mail on Sunday

...an intelligent, moving and engaging story of empathy and understanding across generations, class and the classroom.' The Stage

'There is yet to be a drama with Timothy Spall that is not worth watching, and this is no exception...' The Eye

...' uplifting tale of renewal and rebirth.' The Independendent.

Africa United

**** Sunday Times.  'At the press screening I saw cynical critics who have not displayed any signs of emotion for decades break down and weep. If this tale doesn't tug at your heart strings, reader, you're already dead...a terrific and moving film...a classic adventure story...'

**** Mail on Sunday. 'Ramshackle but utterly charming, the film bursts with colour...the lead character Dudu, with his outsize suit jacket and brief case...is a barrel of infectious optimism that will warm all but the hardest of hearts.' 

**** The Times. 'funny, madly ebullient road movie...confounds every expectation...'

**** Financial Times.  ...'has the feel of something freshly improvised, filmed delightedly on the hoof...the film is wild...'