Thursday, 23 October 2008

It must be true...

... it's in the Radio Times.


My first episode of EastEnders.

Monday 27th October.

8 o'clock. BBC1.

Don't miss it!

16 comments:

Andy Phillips said...

This is so cool, you can use it to offset your carbon emissions.

J Johnston Jacob said...

Congratulations Paul, that is really awesome! Dream come true I'd say!

Laura Anderson said...

Congratulations!

laurence timms said...

That is ten kinds of fantastic. I'll be watching :)

Lianne said...

Oooh, and you got a mention in the Writer's Guild bulletin as well. Congrats!

Janice Okoh said...

loving this storyline, looking forward to it.

SHEIKSPEAR said...

Looking forward to it Paul!

Mrs S is a big fan of eastenders and soon, no doubt will be a big fan of yours.

Chip Smith said...

Well done, Paul!

Seeing your name in the Radio Times has got to rock, hasn't it? I had a letter published in Smash Hits once, but that doesn't even come close...

Lara said...

Well done, Paul! Just seen your excellent episode! x

David Bishop said...

Good ep! You landed some right meaty storylines, nice bit of humour and a slam-bang finish too.

But what were the last two lines? Couldn't make out Max's final dialogue at all - too much Brando-esque mumbling for my all-too fallible hearing...

SHEIKSPEAR said...

Very well done, Paul!

You certainly packed a lot in to a1/2 hour.

Excellent!

Julie said...

Great script Paul, well done!

Very fast-paced and the humour was a breath of fresh air, especially the dialogue between Mrs Masood and Denise.

Thought the helicopter at the end was a bit 'unlikely' - I'm curious to know whether you wrote that in?

Brilliantly well done though... bet your family are very proud!

Kay Sexton said...

And it was good, very very good. Loved it. Blogging you now ... huzzah for really smart writing!

Janice Okoh said...

Love Masood and Denise banter. Had to laugh. But yeah, have to agree with Julie and the role of the helicopter, which I didn't quite believe. Was that you? But the whole thing was very smooth. And funny... and emotional... poor Max.

martin said...

Well done, Paul great script!

Piers said...

Finally got round to watching.

I gave a little cheer when your name came up at the end. :)