TV Series

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Andrew Norriss’s TV Series and books are closely linked. They are all fun adventure stories with a light comic touch, clever plotting and some most unlikely situations…

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Children’s Television

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1997/2003   BERNARD’S WATCH – Carlton/ITV

  • Originator and lead writer for six series of a children’s fantasy series.
  • Shortlisted: Writers Guild Awards, 1996

1997/8           AQUILA BBC

  • Originator and writer for two series of a comedy drama.
  • Shortlisted: RTS Best Children’s Drama, 1998
  • Shortlisted: Bafta Best Children’s Drama, 1998

1996            MATT’S MILLION Carlton/ITV

  • Original children’s comedy drama series.

1989/1995    WOOF! – Central/ITV

  • Co-authored 6 series based on the book by Allan Ahlberg.
  • Emmy Award for Outstanding writing in a Children’s Special, 1995
  • Shortlisted: Bafta Best Children’s Drama, 1992
  • Emmy Award for Outstanding writing in a Children’s Special, 1991
  • Shortlisted: Bafta Best Children’s Drama, 1991
  • Shortlisted: Bafta Best Children’s Drama, 1989

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Adult Sitcoms


1990/1994   THE BRITTAS EMPIRE – 
BBC1

  • Co-authored with Richard Fegen Series 1-5  of the sitcom set in a leisure centre.

1989/1990   THE LABOURS OF ERICAThames/ITV

  • Co-authored with Richard Fegen two series of the sitcom starring Brenda Blethyn.

1987/1988    FfIZZ Thames/ITV

  • Co-authored with Richard Fegen two series of the sitcom starring Richard Griffiths.

1984/1986    CHANCE IN A MILLIONThames/ITV

  • Co-authored with Richard Fegen three series of the sitcom starring Simon Callow and Brenda Blethyn.

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