Graham Duff is a prolific scriptwriter, director, producer, script editor and author who has created a wealth of distinctive work for TV, radio, stage and publication.
For Sky Arts he wrote the acclaimed anthology horror series THE NIGHTMARE WORLDS OF H.G. WELLS, starring Ray Winstone and Michael Gambon. Meanwhile, Graham’s themed memoir: ‘Foreground Music: A Life in 15 Gigs’ has just been published by Strange Attractor Press. Graham also created and wrote all 53 episodes of the dark BBC TV comedy series IDEAL. His other series include the long running Radio 4 sci-fi comedy NEBULOUS and hit BBC2 Vic Reeves sit-com HEBBURN.
Often taking inspiration from the worlds of music, horror, sci-fi and art house cinema, Graham’s scripts mix genres and cross boundaries. They also attract some of the biggest names in British comedy, including Steve Coogan, Johnny Vegas, Mark Gatiss, Julia Davis, Sean Lock and Simon Pegg.
Graham script edited seven series of Radio 4’s Sony Award winning COUNT ARTHUR STRONG’S RADIO SHOW, as well as the Alan Partridge film ALPHA PAPA. He also writes about music and art and has published articles in The Guardian and Wire magazine.
His stage shows include Burroughs and The A-Z of Drugs. And as an actor, Graham has appeared in numerous TV comedy shows as well as Doctor Who and the Harry Potter films.