In 2001, she wrote the comedy play Art and Guff. After, she transitioned back into television as a writer, co-writing the series Cowbois ac Injans and four episodes of the BBC's science fiction drama and Doctor Who spin-off Torchwood: "Out of Time", "Captain Jack Harkness", "Meat" and "Adam". As well as co-writing Meat, she also created the meat props shown in the episode. "Captain Jack Harkness" was nominated for the 2008 Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form.
In November 2014, it was confirmed that she would be writing an episode for ninth series of Doctor Who, "The Woman Who Lived". She will contribute episodes to the upcoming series of Stan Lee's Lucky Man.
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