Graeme Sutherland


Dr Graeme Sutherland (born 25 December 1964) is a free-lance writer, mainly specialising in broadcast comedy.

He has contributed to the BBC Radio 4 satirical sketch show Week Ending[1] and three series of the BBC Scotland TV comedy The Karen Dunbar Show.[2]

Sutherland's script Hit (co-written with Philip Cartwright) reached the finals of the BBC's Talent 2000 Situation Comedy competition.[3]

Sutherland also authored the "Mr Angry" chapter of Working with Anger: A Constructivist Approach (Wiley, 2006 - Peter Cummins, Editor), a non-fiction psychology reader.[1]

In 2018, Sutherland graduated as Doctor of Education from the University of Warwick, his thesis is entitled: Grade decisions: how observers make judgements in the observation of teaching and learning .

DVD


Credited as writer on The Best of the Karen Dunbar Show - Series 1 (John Williams Productions DVD Release Date: 17 Feb 2003)

References


  1. ^ First credit on Week Ending - episode 9, series 97 (broadcast 3 March 1995 BBC Radio 4)
  2. ^ "The Karen Dunbar Show" (2003)
  3. ^ Hit in Talent 2000 Situation Comedy competition; see "Future's Funny Folk" Radio Times (19–23 August 2000)

1 also Graeme Sutherland at IMDB [2]

2 Working with Anger: A Constructivist Approach (2006, Wiley) Peter Cummins (Editor) ISBN 978-0-470-09049-7 - Chapter 8. Mr Angry (Graeme Sutherland)








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