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Position Co-creator
Writer
Worked on Episode 1.1
Episode 1.2
Episode 1.5
Episode 1.6
Episode 2.1
Episode 2.2
Episode 2.7
Episode 4.5
Episode 5.6
Date of birth Unknown
Place of birth Unknown

Adrian Hodges is a British television and film writer. He is also the co-creator of Primeval, along with Tim Haines. With Tim Haines, he confirmed the Labyrinthodont for Episode 4.5 and the Tyrannosaurus Rex for Series 5.

Background

His debut as a television writer was the 1991 television drama Tell Me That You Love Me, followed by screenplays for The Bridge and Tom & Viv.

After his film adaptation of Julian Barnes's Metroland, Hodges concentrated on writing television movies, including Amongst Woman, The Lost World and Charles II: The Power and The Passion. He has also adapted two of Philip Pullman's Sally Lockhart stories for TV: The Ruby in the Smoke and The Shadow in the North, with The Tiger in the Well in production.

In 2005, Hodges wrote an episode of the HBO-BBC co-production Rome titled "Triumph". He also wrote a remake of Survivors which was bradcast from 2007 to 2010 on BBC One.

Hodges is currently working on Series 5 of Primeval and a new adaptation of Silas Marner.

Filmography

Writer

  • 1991 - Tell Me That You Love Me
  • 1997 - Metroland
  • 1998 - Amongst Woman
  • 2001 - The Lost World
  • 2003 - Charles II: The Power and The Passion
  • 2005 - Rome (one episode)
  • 2006 - The Ruby in the Smoke
  • 2007 - The Shadow in the North
  • 2007-2011 - Primeval
  • 2008-2010 - Survivors
  • In production - Silas Marner
  • In production - The Tiger in the Well

Screenplay Writer

  • 1992 - The Bridge
  • 1994 - Tom & Viv

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