Richard Dinnick

Writer, Script Editor and development writer for TV, books and online.

Winner of BBC Writersroom search for new writers in 2012. BAFTA judge 2013.

Currently writing:
26 x 30m episodes of 'Eena Meena Deeka' - Maya Digital Studios
Pilot episode (30m) of 'Captain Extraordinary' - Rushfirth Creative
Multiple Episodes on unannounced US-based TV shows
Episodes on two further TV projects - TBA
Book for new, unannounced project.

In development:
Children’s process show, 'Elf Stackers' - TBA
Teen fantasy drama, 'Never After' - TBA
Original crime drama, 'Murder of Crows' - TBA
Original comedy drama, 'No Kidding' - TBA
Family action adventure TBC -TBA

Often employed to write scripts and bibles for IP developed by broadcasters and pro cos prior to green light.

Also write tie-in media prose, scripts and comics for many franchises including 'Doctor Who', 'Stargate SG-1', 'Sherlock Holmes', 'Moshi Monsters' and 'World of Warriors'.

Journalist for 20 years, including a stint on the City Desk of the 'Sunday Express'. Shortlisted for the PTC New Journalist of the Year in 1999.

Joint Honours degree in English and Writing & Publishing. Full member of the Royal Television Society and Writers' Guild of Great Britain.

East Anglia

Alison Finch
JFL Agency
020 3137 8182


EENA MEENA DEEKA - Disney - Head Writer - 26 x 25 min episodes
CAPTAIN EXTRAORDINARY - TBC - Head Writer - 1 x 25 min pilot
UNANNOUNCED SHOW - TBA - Staff Writer - multiple 15 min episodes
UNANNOUNCED SHOW - TBA - Staff Writer - multiple 15 min episodes
UNANNOUNCED SHOW - TBA - Staff Writer - multiple 15 min episodes
TREE FU TOM - BBC - 2 x 25 min episodes
GO JETTERS - BBC - 1 x 15 min episode


DOCTOR WHO - 2 x 60 min stories
SHERLOCK HOLMES - 2 x 120 min stories
STARGATE SG-1 - 1 x 60 min story
SAPPHIRE & STEEL - 1 x 120 min story


DOCTOR WHO - BBC Books - The Underwater War
WORLD OF WARRIORS - Mind Candy - Know Your Enemy: Romans
MOSHI MONSTERS - Mind Candy - Super Moshi Missions


DOCTOR WHO - IDW - Time Fraud

Animation, Books, Childrens writing, Film, Radio, Short story, Television, Theatre, Videogames

14 hours