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Collated Answers from WW interviews

What have you written?
Candy Denman I have had one novel published, some short stories on the radio, but for the last twelve years I have written exclusively for television- my natural medium, I suppose. I have had produced: 28 episodes of The Bill (Thames TV), 9 of Doctors (BBC), 7 of Heartbeat (Yorkshire TV), 2 of London Bridge (Carlton), 1 of Crossroads (Carlton) and was a storyline consultant on Peak Practice.
  
Catherine CooperOne chick lit novel, four YA novels, and a non-fiction book about Travelling with Children, which is the only one that has been published. Plus Iím a journalist, so a lot of features about everything from hair mousse to cancer. My main journalism areas are health, parenting and travel. This is my journalism website: http://www.catherinecooper.net


  
Jenny Eclair At school, they made me, I was happy in the sand pit up until that moment. I was never academic and I went to a very dull girls grammar school in the North, my essays (according to old reports) showed flair but my punctuationand spelling was, and still is! appalling. Later when I left Drama School, I fell into punk poetry, this was to get an Equity card and I began writing my own material. Gradually, this evolved into stand up, these days I write stand up with a grumpy old man called Pete Richens and I co-write plays and radio drama with Julie Balloo who is my best friend, even though she gets bored of me. I write novels and magazine articles by myself and get very lonely.