David Tomlinson spent twenty years working as a TV scriptwriter, script editor and producer. He started with a handful of sketches on Spitting Image and The Two Ronnies, went on to write and edit shows staring Hale & Pace, Frank Skinner, Amanda Holden, and Simon Pegg; and ended up as a writer/producer at the BBC, working with writers and performers such as Ricky Gervais, Mackenzie Crook, Olivia Colman, Martin Freeman, David Mitchell & Robert Webb.
Outside of television, David has published a number of articles, written a short play for the Stephen Joseph Theatre (which transferred to the Bridewell Theatre in London), adapted the Leslie Thomas novel That Old Gang of Mine for Elstree Films, and also adapted a young adult version of 20,000 Leagues under the Sea for Oxford University Press.
When David’s not bothering the keys on his computer, he’s worrying the strings on his guitar. Signed to Village Records, David has played live singer/songwriter sessions for regional BBC radio, and performed at theatres and festivals from North Yorkshire to Kent, including Brian May’s Wildlife Rocks Festival at Guilford Cathedral.
After an academic detour to complete a PhD in autobiographical writing (inspired by the medieval troubadours and the French essayist Michel de Montaigne), David has returned to TV, and is busy on a variety of children’s animation series.
Big fan of this guy. https://t.co/TXc0thjWu0
9:28am, Saturday, August 8, 2015
8:36am, Tuesday, June 2, 2015
The Greatest Freak of All
- Tell Me (Julia’s song)
- Like Love Do
- The Greatest Freak of All
- God Almighty
- Good Old John Tom
- Back in Style
- 19 Years Old
- At the Devil’s Door
- Kinder Way
- Around Again
- All I Know
Songs written by David Tomlinson.
David Tomlinson: Lead vocals, harmonies, all instruments.
Alex Thompson: harmonies tracks 3, 5 & 9, guitar intro & cajon track 3.
Alex Kirby: harmonies tracks 2 & 11.
Produced by Oliver Knight.
Cartoons by Julia Huby.
Usain Bolt (Pilot)
Little Astro Boy
The Boy Who Switched off the Sun
Dumper & Skoop
Photos & Video
Richard Parker worked as a professional TV writer for twenty two years and started by submitting material to the BBC. After contributing to a wide variety of TV shows he became a head writer, script editor then producer.
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