DAVID ISAAC
Top credits:
'Lunch Monkeys', 'Life Of Riley', 'Not Going Out'

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David is a comedy writer based in Manchester with an MA in Scriptwriting for TV and radio. His sitcom, ‘Lunch Monkeys’ was broadcast on BBC3 earlier this year; the second season of is currently running. He has also worked as a writer on BBC1 shows ‘Not Going Out’ (series 3 and 4), and ‘Life of Riley’ (series 2 and 3), and BBC3 sketch show ‘Scallywagga’ (series 1).

 

David was nominated for an RTS North for Best Scriptwriter for the first series of ‘Lunch Monkeys’. He also co-wrote the short film ‘Bus Baby’ with Jason Wingard which won the People's Prize in the Virgin Shorts Film Competition 2010.

 

He has several ideas for new sitcoms for both TV and radio in development. 

 

 

CREDITS

 

Television


'Lunch Monkeys' series 1 – BBC3, Channel K

Creator and writer of the sitcom series which was broadcast in September/October 2009

 

'Lunch Monkeys' series 2 – BBC3, Channel K

Creator and writer. Series broadcast February/March 2011..

 

'Not Going Out' series 3 – BBC1, Avalon

Gag writer

 

'Not Going Out' series 4 – BBC1, Avalon

Gag writer

 

'Life Of Riley' – series 2 – BBC1

Gag writer

 

'Life Of Riley' – series 3 – BBC1

Gag Writer

 

'Spacehopper' (pilot) – BBC3, Comedy North

Sketch Writer.

 

'Scallywagga' – BBC3, Comedy North

Sketch writer for series 1

 

'My Family' – BBC1, DLT Entertainment

Script contributor

 

'Genie in the House' – Nickleodeon

Junior writer

 

'Where to Mate?' - Channel K

Sketch writer for the online sketch show

 

Radio


'Spinner' – 4Radio, Channel K

Sketch writer for the online radio series

 

In Development


'Life of Danny Bhai' – co-written with Abdullah Afzal – Objective Productions

'The Dan Mason Community Project' – co-written with Chris Hannon – Channel K

'Gangs' – teenage sitcom


 

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