Tony writes and develops shows for children and grown-ups. For older kids, he has written on ‘Hunter Street’, ‘Danger Mouse’, ‘Diddy TV’, ‘Class Dismissed’, and was a lead writer on three series of triple BAFTA-nominated ‘The Legend of Dick and Dom’. He co-created and wrote CBBC’s ‘A Long Long Crime Ago’, and was a lead writer on two series of ‘Diddy Movies’, which won the BAFTA for Best Comedy. He has contributed to many hit pre-school series, including ‘PJ Masks’, ‘Floogals’, and ‘Waffle the Wonder Dog’. Tony’s primetime TV credits include ‘Newzoids’, ‘The Armstrong & Miller Show’, and most recently BBC1’s ‘Tracey Breaks the News’, starring Tracey Ullman.
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