Ming's BBC Radio 4 Drama, THE THINGS WE NEVER SAID, starring Lia Williams and Siân Phillips, won Best Radio Drama at the WGGB Awards 2018. A second radio play, RIOT GIRLS: MALE ORDER, aired in February 2018. Her real-time live audio drama, CITIZENS OF NOWHERE?, for Chinese Arts Now/Beijing 707N Theatre, played to sold-out runs at London Southbank Centre and Duddell's London in 2018-19, and in summer 2019 she will be Writer in Residence at Theatr Clwyd, Mold.
Ming began her career as Script Executive at Zenith Productions, where she script edited series HAMISH MACBETH (BBC), BODYGUARDS (ITV), and FIRM FRIENDS II (ITV).
For Ecosse/BBC, she co-created McCREADY & DAUGHTER (starring Lorcan Cranitch & Patsy Palmer) and subsequently wrote for EASTENDERS, CASUALTY, HEARTBEAT, and THE BILL.
In 2013, she was selected for the Royal Court Theatre Writers’ Group: her play, EXHUMATION, was workshopped there in 2015 with Associate Director Lucy Morrison and cast including Anna Calder-Marshall. In spring 2018, she co-created a verbatim play with members of the Leeds Hamari Yaadain Memory Café, as part of Leeds Playhouse EVERY THIRD MINUTE festival, with subsequent community tour.
Ming’s spec feature, ALTER EGO, won her an invitation from French screenwriters’ association, Maison des Scénaristes, to attend the International Screenwriters’ Pavilion at the Cannes Film Festival 2015; she also gained a place on Filmonomics 2016, a BFI/Creative Skillset/Bird's Eye View scheme. She has written two commissioned shorts for LAMDA: SCHLAF NICHT, 2018, and TWENTY-FOUR HOURS, 2019.
She also blogs at (Dementia Just Ain't) Sexy
, and writes, speaks, and campaigns on dementia and carer issues (outlets including Guardian Social Care, The Times, BBC Woman's Hour, Victoria Derbyshire, BBC Wales).