4 February 1957 |
|Occupation||Screenwriter, writer, producer|
|Known for||Survivors (2008), BBC1. A modern version of the 1970s drama series set in a post-apocalyptic Britain.|
Life and career
He began his career in journalism for Screen International magazine  and his screenwriting debut was the 1991 television drama Tell Me That You Love Me, followed by screenplays for The Bridge (1992) and Tom & Viv (1994) for which Miranda Richardson and Rosemary Harris both received Oscar nominations.
After his film adaptation of Julian Barnes's Metroland (1997) Hodges concentrated on writing for television, including Amongst Women (1998), his adaptation of John McGahern's novel for BBC TWO which received a BAFTA nomination for Best Serial and won the Grand Prix award at the Banff Television Festival, The Lost World (2001) and Charles II: The Power and The Passion (2003).
In 2005 he wrote the episode "Triumph" for the HBO-BBC series Rome. He has since adapted two of Philip Pullman's Sally Lockhart stories for TV: The Ruby in the Smoke (2006) and The Shadow in the North (production completed 2007).
He is co-creator of the ITV sci-fi drama Primeval, for which he wrote four episodes. As of 2010 Hodges is currently working on a fourth and fifth season of Primeval, to be aired in 2011 and 2012. In 2008 he was also reported to be working on and a new adaptation of Silas Marner.
- "Series One, Episode One" (2008)
- "Series One, Episode Two" (2008)
- "Series One, Episode Five" (2008)
- "Series One, Episode Six" (2008)
- "Series Two, Episode One" (2010)
- "Series Two, Episode Six" (2010)
- "Episode One" (2007)
- "Episode Two"(2007)
- "Episode Three"(2007)
- "Episode Six"(2007)
- "Episode Seven"(2008)
- "Episode Eight"(2008)
- "Episode Thirteen"(2008)
- "Episode Thirty-Six"(2011)
- The Sally Lockhart Mysteries
- "Profile: Adrian Hodges", Public Broadcasting Service
- Adrian Hodges at BBC Writersroom. Retrieved 21/10/2011
- thecustard.tv • coming up
- "Cult show Survivors to be remade: The BBC is to remake cult 1970s series Survivors, it has announced", BBC News, Thursday, 22 November 2007
- Gritten, David (5 November 2011). "My Week with Marilyn: the true story". The Daily Telegraph (Telegraph Media Group). Retrieved 6 December 2011.
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