TV & Radio
Appeared as guest on the live CBBC show X-CHANGE to promote the ARTHUR KING novels and BAD PENNY.
Appeared as guest on the live BBC 7 show BIG TOE RADIO SHOW to promote the ARTHUR KING novels and BAD PENNY.
Commissioned by BBC to develop and write my sketch show idea STUPID. Series 1 was first broadcast in December 2004.
Commissioned by BBC to write series 2 of Bad Penny.
BIG TOE RADIO SHOW transmit an abridge reading of THE LEGEND OF ARTHUR KING.
Commissioned by Scottish media to write material for the sketch show Laugh Out Loud, shown on Nickelodeon.
Commissioned by BBC to write series 1 of Bad Penny.
Commissioned by ITV1 to write Ant and Dec's links for an in-house corporate video showcasing the company's programmes for 2002.
Wrote topical gags for the panto production of Cinderella starring Timmy Mallett at Billingham's Forum Theatre.
Commissioned by James Grant Management to write a weekly column on behalf of Ant and Dec for the SUB-CLUB Internet chat-room site. Appeared as a character on line every week during the live web-chat where Ant, Dec, myself and on-liners appeared as cartoon avatars
COMIC RELIEF 2001: Asked to write Ant and Dec's material for their presentation of that year's event.
Commissioned by Blaze television to write the one off show Top Telly Of 2000 for Ant and Dec.
Commissioned by Mission Television to script the TV Hits Awards 2000 for Cat Deeley, Dermot O'Leary and Lisa from Steps.
Commissioned by Unique Television to write a one off secret camera show that was hosted by Ant and Dec.
Commissioned by Blaze Productions to write for a proposed primetime series for Ant and Dec.
Commissioned by Blaze Productions to write interactive Chums stories for the SMTV Live Website.
Commissioned by Two Can Publishing to write the Christmas 2000 SMTV Live annual
Commissioned by Zenith productions to develop an Internet / TV cartoon series.
Commissioned to write for Friends Like These, a BBC Saturday evening show starring Ant and Dec. Shown in February - April 2000.
Awarded a Bronze award at the Montreux Festival in May 2000.
Commissioned to write for Timmy Towers, a CITV children's show starring Timmy Mallett. Shown in April 2000.
Commissioned to write SMTV / CDUK , the Saturday morning show starring Ant Dec and Cat shown on Saturday mornings 9:25 am. Also interactive Chums stories for the SMTV website.
Dean's sketch ‘The Beautiful Corrs meet the real Corrs’ was voted 13th Best TV Moment of 2001 on the Channel 4 programme.
- Awarded 2 BAFTAs November 2002.
- Voted best children’s Programme by Radio Times 2002.
- Awarded a TV Quick award 'Best Children's' in September 2001.
- Voted #27 in Channel 4's TOP 100 Kids' Shows Of All Time in August 2001.
- Awarded a Royal Television Society award in March 2001.
- Awarded a Broadcast award in February 2001.
- Awarded a Indie award in 2001.
- Won People's Choice at British Comedy Awards in December 2000.
- Awarded two Best Entertainment BAFTAs in November 2000.
- Awarded Kids Vote BAFTAs in November 2000.
- Awarded a TV Hits award 'Best Teens' September 2000.
- Awarded a TV Quick award 'Best Children's' in September 2000.
- Awarded 2 Royal Television Society awards in March 2000.
- Awarded 2 Royal Television Society awards in March 1999.
Commissioned to write for Haywired, a sketch show for BBC Scotland.
Commissioned by Planet 24 to write The Bigger Breakfast 6/4/98 to 17/4/98, presented by Ant and Dec and Melanie Sykes (pictured left).
Commissioned by Talkback Productions to write for the 1997 series of Smith And Jones.
Commissioned by BBC and Initial Films to write half of the second series of No Sweat, a sitcom about the boy band NORTH & SOUTH.
Commissioned by the BBC to write links and sketches for The National Lottery. Broadcast on 3/1/98, presented by Ant and Dec.
Commissioned by Zenith Productions to write for the 1997 Ant & Dec Christmas Special with special guest Rowland Rivron and Jo Guest.
Commissioned by BBC and Smash Hits to write linking material for The 1997 Smash Hits Poll Winners Party ceremony. Presented by Ant and Dec. Also trailers for BBC TV and Radio 1
Commissioned by Planet 24 to write material for the summer Bigger Breakfast Roadshows broadcast 21st July to 29th August 1997.
Commissioned by Planet 24 to write dialogue and sketches for The Bigger Breakfast. A daily 5 hour roadshow special from 26th to 30th April 1997. Presented by Denise Van Outen and Richard Orford.
Commissioned by Planet 24 to write dialogue and sketches for The Big Breakfast which Ant and Dec presented 14th to 18th April 1997.
Commissioned by Witzend to write a short comedy play for Channel 5.
Commissioned by Zenith North to write the Channel 4 series Ant And Dec Unzipped.
- Nominated for a British Comedy Award 1997.
- Awarded a BAFTA in October 1998.
Commissioned by BBC and Smash Hits to write Ant and Dec's and Lily Savage's links for the 1996 Smash Hits Poll Winners Party.
Commissioned by Diverse Productions to write a children's show for the Australian comedy double act The Umbilical Brothers. Shown on BBC 1.
Commissioned by Carlton Television to write a format for a proposed children's Saturday morning show. (As per Mick Robertson.)
Commissioned to write for the Witzend sketch show We Know Where You Live for Channel 5. The show starred Simon Pegg, Sanjeev Bhaskar and Fiona Allen.
Commissioned by Zenith Productions to write comedy material for certain episodes of Byker Grove.
Commissioned by Channel 4 to write an audio tape promoting the series Wise Up.
Commissioned by Witzend to write for the sketch show Six Pairs Of Pants. The show starred Jessica Stevenson (pictured), Simon Pegg and Sally Phillips
Commissioned by Zenith Productions to write The Ant And Dec Show (series 2).
- This series was nominated for Best Children's Comedy in the 1996 British Comedy Awards, and for a BAFTA.
- Awarded a Royal Television Society award in 1997.
Commissioned by ITV to write material for The Brian Conley Show.
Commissioned by Talkback to write for the 1995 series of Smith And Jones.
Wrote and published own children's comic Fizog, (now defunct and pictured left). Click here to view Fizog entry on British Comics Website.