Sunday, 19 October 2008

Corrie writer profile: Joe Turner

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Joe Turner's first Coronation Street script was aired in March 1999. He has also written episodes of Holby City, Robin Hood (his episode featured Charles Dale, aka Corrie's Dennis Stringer, pictured) Casualty, Children's Ward and London's Burning.

In 1997, Joe's work won Best Children's Drama award at the British Comedy Awards for the children's comedy show My Dad's a Boring Nerd which starred Corrie's Julia Haworth, better known as Claire Peacock and Alan Halsall, who plays Corrie's Tyrone Dobbs.

He has also written extensively for radio with nine plays including My Supply Teacher is an Alien and My Sister is a World Class Kleptomaniac and Old Dog and Partridge.

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You can find out more about your favourite Corrie writers by clicking on the links below:
Jonathan Harvey, Carmel Morgan, Debbie Oates, Mark Wadlow, Damon Rochefort, Lucy Gannon, Simon Crowther, Mark Burt, Jan McVerry, Chris Fewtrell, Julie Jones, Jayne Hollinson, David Bowker, Peter Whalley, David Lane

1 comment:

Unknown said...

I would like to ask Joe Turner where the "re-set" dialogue between Gail an Michael (11 July episode) came from. This is government mind programming. Watch it unfold in the press and now the soaps. They are planning a lot of "resetting" and you will hear it more and more.

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