Monday, May 18, 2009

Moffat wins best TV writer BAFTA

Sadly relegated several years ago from the main BAFTA awards, the best TV writer BAFTA was last night presented to Peter Moffat for Criminal Justice at the BAFTA Craft Awards.

There's a post-award video interview with Peter Moffat on the BAFTA site.

Moffat is emerging as one of British TV's most successful screenwriters, with another series of Criminal Justice to come and last year's Einstein and Eddington also winning critical plaudits.

Such a shame that Channel 4 cancelled his first legal show, the brilliant North Square, after just one series.

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