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Graham Duff

Graham Duff is a prolific screenwriter who wrote all 53 episodes of BBC3’s ‘Ideal’, starring Johnny Vegas, which won 3 Royal Television Society Awards.  He also created and wrote the Sky Arts horror anthology series The Nightmare Worlds of H.G. Wells’ starring Ray Winstone, as well as co-writing the BBC2 sit-com ‘Hebburn’ starring Vic Reeves, and ‘Dr. Terrible’s House of Horrible’ starring Steve Coogan.

For Radio 4, he wrote Mark Gatiss’ sci-fi sit-com ‘Nebulous, as well as adapting Alexei Sayles’ short stories for the comedy drama series ‘The Absence of Normal’.  As a script editor, his work includes the feature film ‘Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa and all 50 episodes of Radio 4’s Sony Gold award winning ‘Count Arthur Strongs Radio Show!’ which he also directs.

He writes about new music releases for the Dangerous Minds website and presents the on-line music show Graham Duff’s Mixtape.  As an actor he’s appeared in numerous comedy shows as well as ‘Doctor Who’ and the ‘Harry Potter’ films.  ‘Foreground Music’ is his first book.

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