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Name  Tony Basgallop

Role  Television writer
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Nominations  British Academy Television Award for Best Drama Serial

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Tony Basgallop is a British television writer best known for writing What Remains (2013) and Inside Men (2012). He also wrote three episodes of the miniseries To the Ends of the Earth (2005), an adaptation of William Golding's trilogy, which was directed by David Attwood.

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Career

Basgallop wrote an episode of Children's Ward, which aired on ITV. In 1998 he wrote an episode of Casualty, called Toys and Boys, in series 13. The episode was watched by 12.58 million viewers. In 2000, he wrote the crime drama Summer in the Suburbs, which was directed by David Attwood.

Between 1996 and 2001, Basgallop wrote fourteen EastEnders episodes. His first episode aired on 21 October 1996 and last one on 26 February 2001. In 2001, he wrote the first episode of The Residents, and the comedy short It's Not You, It's Me. In 2004, he wrote an episode of Outlaws called The Soft Spot. In 2003 and 2004, he wrote two episodes of Teachers.

He worked again with David Attwood on an adaptation of William Golding's trilogy set on a British sea voyage to Australia. It was known as To the Ends of the Earth (2005). Basgallop worked on three of its episodes after the death of its original writer, Leigh Jackson. Starring Benedict Cumberbatch, the miniseries was nominated for two awards. The first award was the Golden FIPA for TV Series and Serials, and the second was the BAFTA TV Award for Best Drama Serial.

Basgallop wrote the TV movie The Good Housekeeping Guide (2006) and a year later, Confessions of a Diary Secretary (2007). In 2008, he wrote Hughie Green, Most Sincerely for BBC Four. The movie was nominated for the Writers' Guild of Great Britain Award for Short Form TV Drama.

Basgallop was the creator of Hotel Babylon, which first aired in 2006 and ended in 2009. He wrote Moonshot in 2009. In 2010, his episode of Being Human aired. In the same year, the television drama film Worried About the Boy was released, which was written by Basgallop. Rachel Cooke, writing in the New Statesman questioned whether he intended his script to be as funny as it turned out. Basgallop wrote three of the episodes of Sirens on Channel 4, all airing in 2011. In 2012, he wrote Inside Men.

In 2013, he wrote What Remains, which was longlisted for the drama category of the National Television Awards. What Remains was the first whodunit that Basgallop had written; in the past he had avoided detective dramas. The following year, two episodes of 24: Live Another Day written by Basgallop were broadcast on Fox.

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Tony Basgallop Wikipedia


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