Tina's work spans various media. She often takes factual material as her starting point but is just as inspired by archetype, myth and the unexpected. She also enjoys working with young people in a mentoring capacity and shares with them a freshness of storytelling.
Tina's television work includes the first series of the international hit DOWNTON ABBEY (Carnival/ITV, autumn 2010) where Tina's episode - co-written with series creator Julian Fellowes - featured Lady Sybil involved in a political rally, and more recently HOME FIRES Simon Block's new drama series for ITV Studios (series tx May-June 2015).
Tina's most recent radio work is SYRIA: BREAD AND BOMBS (BBC Radio 4, November 2014, producer Mary Ward-Lowery), a follow up to her powerful original drama about aid workers in South Sudan CRISIS (BBC Radio 4, 2012). She is currently dramatising MURIEL'S STORY with Sara Davies for producer Gemma Jenkins / BBC Radio 4's Writing the Century strand.
Other current projects include a stage adaptation of her 2005 drama for Channel 4 History PRINCES IN THE TOWER.
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