Two scripts for children’s drama, Terrahawks (Anderson/Burr Productions)
Co-writer, film script adaptation of bestselling historical novel Shadow of the Wolf, by James Barwick.
Co-founder, Design and Reference Group (DRG), a professional writers’ coalition formed to originate, design and produce high quality, accessible non-fiction reference material in various media.
Editor, BPC Communications with internal communications roles including Editor, in-house magazine ICL/Fujitsu
Researcher, encyclopaedic reference A Dictionary of the Third Reich (Collins Grafton, republished by Penguin 1998, 2003)
Co-author, encyclopaedic reference A Dictionary of the Second World War published by Collins Grafton 1989 (second edition published by Macmillan, 1995; third edition published by Pen and Sword Books 2004)
Co-author, The Green Book (published by Hodder and Stoughton) – an encyclopaedic reference guide to the environment.
Editor, encyclopaedic reference The Macmillan Dictionary of the First World War (2nd edition published by Pen and Sword, 2003)
Peak Practice. One episode
The Bill. More than 50 episodes completed, including 60 and 90 minute ‘specials’ and multi-episodic strands; story planning consultancy.
Dalziel and Pascoe. Five episodes.
Spooks. One episode.
Ghost Squad. One episode.
Blue Murder. Three episodes.
Midsomer Murders. Four episodes.
Sweat: An irreverent take on the menopause, in diary form – currently doing the rounds with publishers
Remember Me: A psychological thriller, in development as a novel and for TV.
Chair of the Scriptwriters Committee of The Society of Authors.