Stephen Wyatt is an award-winning writer for radio, theatre and television.
His television credits include Casualty and two Classic Doctor Who stories, Paradise Towers and The Greatest Show in the Galaxy
He is the only writer to have won the Tinniswood Award for best original radio script twice – for Memorials to the Missing and Gerontius. His other original radio plays include Double Jeopardy and Strangers on a Film, two plays about Raymond Chandler in Hollywood with Patrick Stewart. He’s written monologues for Bernard Cribbins, Sian Philips and Dora Bryan while his many radio dramatisations include Vanity Fair, Sketches by Boz, Patricia Highsmith’s Complete Ripley and Dante’s The Divine Comedy.
His recent theatre work includes The Standard Bearer directed by Julian Sands (U.K., U.S., and European tour); Told Look Younger (Jermyn Street Theatre); The Loves of Venus and Mars and The Loves of Pygmalion (U.K., European tour) and Look Up at the Stars (Waterloo East Theatre).
Publications include: The World and His Wife, a historical novel about the long-running marital battle between the best-selling Victorian novelist Edward Bulwer-Lytton and his wife Rosina, a book of short stories, The Wallscrawler and Brian Desmond Hurst on Film (with Caitlin Smith).
- TOLD LOOK YOUNGER
- PICK YOURSELF UP
- THE SHADOW OF DORIAN GRAY
- THE DIVINE COMEDY
- MEMORIALS TO THE MISSING
- STRANGERS ON A FILM
- Comedy Drama /