| Marilyn Imrie|| James Runcie (m. 1985)|
| Charlotte Runcie, Rosie Kellagher|
James Runcie, Rosalind Runcie, Robert Runcie, Charlotte Runcie, Rosie Kellagher
Marilyn Imrie Wikipedia
Marilyn Elsie Imrie (born 20 November 1947) is a Scottish radio drama director and producer.
Marilyn Imrie has worked in drama and broadcasting in Scotland and England for over thirty years as a producer and director, for BBC, ITV and the independent companies Absolutely, Bona Broadcasting, CBL, CIM, Kindle and Sweet Talk. She was a drama producer in radio and television in BBC Scotland for twelve years before moving to London to devise and launch the BBC Radio 4 soap Citizens in 1987, then drama commissioning editor for BBC Radio 4 until 1999.
She has been a script executive for BBC Scotland Television drama, a drama development executive for three major Independent Companies and a producer and director in radio drama and in the theatre. She has been awarded Sony, TRIC and Talkies awards for her radio production work, the Samuel Beckett Award for television drama for Paris (BBC Scotland for BBC 2) and an RTS Award for her work on the animation series Big & Small, starring Lenny Henry and Imelda Staunton.
BBC radio work includes twenty Rumpole plays, twenty-three of The Stanley Baxter Playhouse, eight Two Pipe Problems, four series of Baggage, and the Classic Serials: My Last Duchess, The Book of Love, Great Expectations, Lady Chatterley's Lover, The Card, Clarissa, The Lost World and The Heat of the Day. Theatre work includes: Overdue South by Jules Horne for the Traverse Theatre/BBC Scotland, Lie Down Comic by John Mortimer, The Bones Boys by Colin MacDonald for Oran Mor, Elsie and Mairi Go To War by Diane Atkinson, Blow Me Beautiful by Gabriel Quigley and Vicki Liddelle, Daphnis and Chloe adapted by Hattie Naylor for Oran Mor, Mortimer's Miscellany for the Henley Festival, and Prunella Scales and Edward Fox in their theatre entertainment English Eccentrics.
She divides her working and home life between Edinburgh and London. She is joint-chair of the board of Stellar Quines Theatre Company and a trustee of the new writing theatre company Paines Plough.
Marilyn Imrie has married twice, the first ending in divorce, the second in 1985 to the novelist and film-maker James Runcie, the son of Robert Runcie, the former Archbishop of Canterbury. Imrie has two daughters, one from each marriage: Rosie Kellagher, born in 1978, is a freelance theatre director who won an Arches Award for Directors in 2007, and directed Small Blue Thing, Mother Father Son and Macmillan's Marvellous Motion Machine for radio; and Charlotte Runcie, born in 1989, is a writer and poet who graduated with a first in English from Queens' College, Cambridge University in 2011. The family lives in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Sources:Marilyn Imrie's radio play listing at Diversity website
Marilyn Imrie's radio play listing at RadioListings website