Gregory Evans (dramatist)

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Gregory Evans is a British television scriptwriter and radio dramatist. He has also published short stories and feature articles in journals such as Harpers & Queen, Woman's Journal, The Observer and The Guardian online, as well as a book for young children, Owl in the House. His stage adaptation of H. E. Bates's novel Fair Stood the Wind for France was produced at the Royal Theatre (Northampton).

For radio he has written original plays (such as The Polish Soldier, Ghosting, Shirleymander,[1] Art & Gadg[2]) and also dramatisations of novels by authors as diverse as Joseph Roth (The Radetzky March) and Graham Greene, Edgar Allan Poe (The Gold Bug) and Stephen King (including Pet Sematary and Salem's Lot).

His television drama includes scripts for The Bill, Casualty, Murder in Mind and Bugs; also the BBC docu-drama The Sewer King for the BBC History series Seven Wonders of the Industrial World and Window of Vulnerability in the BBC-2 series Debut on Two.

Gregory Evans was born in Bath, Somerset, and studied English and Philosophy at the University of Sheffield.

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