Christopher Byram

Christopher Byram has written award winning theatre plays, feature screenplays and television scripts.

He has written and directed numerous episodes of many long-running UK drama serials including The Bill, Holby City, Casualty, Eastenders and Coronation Street.

He has been a Development Executive at the BBC and director of his own independent production company.

He has been commissioned to develop his own series ideas by all UK Broadcasters and many leading UK Indies.

He is currently developing television drama projects for the UK and US markets.

West Midlands

Peter Macfarlane
T: 020 7636 7750

TV Writing Credits

Holy City x 4 Episodes BBC TV
Casualty x 4 Episodes BBC TV
The Bill x 4 EpisodesTalkback Thames/ITV
Doctors x 2 Episodes • BBC TV
Mancini’s Empire x 1 Episode + Bible • LWT
Puke Fiction  3 Episodes • Picture That (winner of Halloween Society Award for best short)
To Baldly Go Short • Picture That/C4
Puke Fiction 2 x 1 Episode + Bible • C4 Comedy Dep.
One Inch Of Heaven x 1 Episode + Bible • BBC TV
Roeg’s Rage x Detailed Treatment + Bible • Chrysalis
The Hub x Bible/Budget/Schedule • Chameleon TV/Grey Cat Productions/ITV
Wired x 1 Episode & Bible • Above The Title Productions (Radio)
The Watsons x 1 Episode & Bible • Grey Cat Productions/BSkyB
Critter's Corner x 1 Episode & Bible • BBC Children's TV
The Wanderers x 1 Episode & Bible • BBC Children's TV
Suits x Treatment & Bible • Box Television/BBC
Murder & Mayhem x 3 Episodes & Bible • BBC Scotland/Picture That
Shady x 1 Episode & Bible • Carlton Television/Noel Gay/Picture That
Queen Of Clubs x 1 Episode & Bible • BBC/Picture That
Moonstomping x 3 Episodes & Bible • Channel 4 Drama Dep.
The Innocent Pagoda x Treatment • Picture That
Seven Eleven x Treatment • Picture That
Big Cat x Treatment • Picture That

Theatre Credits

NADYA  •  A play about Stalin’s second wife, Nadya Alliluyeva, which was given a rehearsed reading at The Park in London with a cast including Michelle Terry, Stephen Tompkinson, Phyllis Logan, Shaun Prendergast,  Dominic Mafham, Rupert Holiday Evans, David Robb and Jamie Foreman.

DEFIANCE • A two-act drama written as part of the Script6 programme. Performed at The Space, London, in June 2014. 

THE LIBERTY TREE • A two act comedy juke-box musical inspired by the work of Erwin Piscator produced by Public Domain at The Cockpit Theatre in London as a community/trade-union theatre project. Winner of Script 6 National Playwriting Competition run by The Space, London, in June 2013. 

The Dig • A two-act comedy drama commissioned by Cambridge Theatre Company. National Tour.

Film, Television, Theatre