Guy Jenkin

Guy Jenkin is a comedy writer who is best known for working on sitcoms and comedies such as Drop the Dead Donkey, Jeffrey Archer: The Truth and Outnumbered co- written with Andy Hamilton. He wrote the 2003 drama film The Sleeping Dictionary, starring Jessica Alba, as well as the BBC Radio 4 situation comedy Legal, Decent, Honest and Truthful, with Jon Canter.

He also contributed to the popular drama Life On Mars, writing the sixth episode of the second series about heroin in 1973 and the Asian community. The episode explores racism at the time.

Guy is married to Bernadette Davis, the creator and writer of Some Girls.

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List Of Drop The Dead Donkey Episodes - Episode List - Series 1
... Title Written by First broadcast 0 "Pilot Episode" Andy Hamilton Guy Jenkin Not broadcast The computer system is attacked by a virus created by some sacked IT staff ... the series begins 1 "A New Dawn" Andy Hamilton Guy Jenkin 9 August 1990 (1990-08-09) GlobeLink News is taken over by Sir Roysten Merchant, and the staff worry about the intentions ... intensify when she rejects his sexual advances 3 "A Clash of Interests" Andy Hamilton Guy Jenkin 23 August 1990 (1990-08-23) Gus tries to stop a bad news story about Sir Roysten being ...
List Of Drop The Dead Donkey Episodes - Episode List - Series 6
... broadcast 59 "The Newsmakers" Andy Hamilton Guy Jenkin 28 October 1998 (1998-10-28) A fly-on-the-wall crew film the staff at GlobeLink ... present 60 "Beasts, Badgers and Bombshells" Andy Hamilton Guy Jenkin 4 November 1998 (1998-11-04) Gus tries to boost GlobeLink's ratings by making the news as ... weathergirl, played by Letitia Dean 61 "The Diaries" Andy Hamilton Guy Jenkin 11 November 1998 (1998-11-11) With the staff knowing that GlobeLink is shutting down, Henry and ...

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