James Cary (writer)
James Cary is a British television and radio writer.
Cary is the creator and writer of BBC Radio 4's Sony Radio Academy Awards Silver Award-winning comedy series, Think the Unthinkable (four series) and lead writer on the sketch show, Concrete Cow. Cary co-created and co-wrote the BBC Three series Bluestone 42 with Richard Hurst. He has also written for My Hero, My Family and co-written two radio series with comedian Milton Jones, as well as contributing to a number of sketch shows and children's and animation programmes. His radio comedy series Hut 33 about Bletchley Park boffins, starring Robert Bathurst and Olivia Colman, ran for three series. He has contributed to some episodes of Miranda, the television version of the comedy show Miranda Hart's Joke Shop which was nominated for a Sony Radio Academy Award. In 2013 he published his first book, Death By Civilisation, based on articles written for Third Way. In 2014 he published, in a Kindle edition, a novel, Crossword Ends In Violence.
In April 2017, he was identified as one of the very few pro-Brexit comedians in the United Kingdom, noting that other comedians should be wary of pointing out that people like him might be 'backward, nationalistic and patriotic and racist'
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