Spitting Image - Staff - Writers

Writers

  • Geoff Atkinson (1984–1993)
  • David Austin
  • Debbie Barham
  • Alistair Beaton
  • Colin Bostock-Smith
  • Jo Brand
  • Mark Burton (1985–1993)
  • Kevin Cecil (1993–1996) (The Armando Ianucci Shows)
  • Paul John Clark, journalist and writer (Rory Bremner, Kate and Ted's Show, The New Politics: The May Revolution, Week Ending, Hale and Pace)
  • Richard Curtis (1984–1985) (Blackadder, Four Weddings and a Funeral etc.)
  • Terence Dackombe (1984–1989) (Week Ending, News Huddlines, Friday Night Live, etc.)
  • Paul B. Davies
  • (John) Jack Docherty and Moray Hunter (Absolutely, Mr. Don & Mr. George)
  • Chris Edge
  • Ben Elton (1984–1985) (Blackadder, The Young Ones)
  • Stevie Fowler
  • Patrick Gallagher (co-creator, co-writer and graphic designer on Round the Bend, a children's puppet show produced by Hat Trick Productions with puppets made by the Spitting Image Workshop)
  • Dan Gaster
  • Rob Grant (1984–1986) (Red Dwarf)
  • Sean Hardie
  • Ray Harris (1987–1993) (Babyblair)
  • Ian Hislop (1984–1989) (Private Eye, Have I Got News For You, My Dad's the Prime Minister)
  • Will Ing (The Now Show)
  • Donnie Kerr
  • David Kind (Hale and Pace)
  • Wayne Kline
  • Paul Lewis
  • Victor Lewis-Smith (only one episode: Series 5 ep.5)
  • Doug Naylor (1984–1986) (Red Dwarf)
  • Henry Naylor (1984–1986)
  • Nick Newman (1984–1989) (Private Eye)
  • John O'Farrell (1984–1993) (author of Things Can Only Get Better, etc.)
  • Andy Parsons (1993–1996)
  • Paul Powell
  • Georgia Pritchett (1986–1992)
  • Steve Punt (1989–1993) (The Now Show)
  • Neil Raphael (1984–1987)
  • Keith Rees
  • Andy Riley (1993–1996) (The Armando Ianucci Shows)
  • Laurie Rowley
  • Tony Sarchet
  • Stuart Silver
  • Paul Simpkin
  • Pete Sinclair
  • Andrea Solomons
  • Guy Jenkin
  • Johnny Mack (The Dave Allen Show)

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