Damon
Rochefort

Writer, creator and producer for television and film

Damon works across TV and film.

Credits include Everyone Quite Likes Justin, Puppy Love, Getting On, and Birds of a Feather

As a core writer of the Coronation Street team, he has written highlights for the show including the funeral of the legendary Blanche Hunt and Deidre Barlow, the wedding of Carla Connor to serial killer Tony Gordon, and the double episode tracking the immediate, heart-breaking aftermath of the 50th anniversary’s tram crash. 

He also originated a series of online standalone shorts for Corrie, Gary’s Army Diaries, the first of their kind for the show. These were so successful, that Damon was commissioned to adapt them for an ITV 2 one-off of the same name.

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Writer

Producer Kate Oates

Core member of the writing team on popular soap since 2004, writing over 250 episodes.

ITV for ITV1
Producer Gareth Philips
Director Brian Grant
Starring
  • Sapphire Elia
  • Mitch Hewer
  • Adam Garcia
  • Georgina Hagen
  • Series following the trials and tribulations of pupils at a performing arts school
    Globe Productions for ITV1
    Director Hugh Thomas
    Starring
  • Pauline Quirk
  • Linda Robson
  • Lesley Joseph
  • Popular sitcom about women brought together when there husbands are thrown in prison for armed robbery.
    Alomo Productions
    Producer Sophie Clarke-Jervoise, Ben Cavey, Derren Litten
    Director David Sant
    Starring
  • Mark Heap
  • Julie Graham
  • Popular British sitcom featuring an ensemble cast of holiday makers and staff at a hotel in Benidorm, Spain.

    Tiger Aspect

    Writer & Presenter

    Topical talk show, nominated for a BAFTA Cymru Award.

    BBC Wales

    Script Editor

    Starring
  • Jo Brand
  • Joanna Scanlan
  • Vicki Pepperdine
  • Darkly comic series about life on a hospital ward.

    BBC for BBC Four
    Producer Emma Strain
    Director Christine Gernon
    Starring
  • Katherine Parkinson
  • Dan Skinner
  • Emma Pierson
  • Harry Peacock
  • Emma Kennedy's original family comedy.

    BBC for BBC One

    Theatre

    Executive Producer

    Director John Stephenson
    Starring
  • William Roache
  • Julie Goodyear
  • Brian Capron
  • Katy Cavanagh
  • A musical celebration of Britain's longest running soap, Coronation Stree, that features stars both past and present and hosted by Paul O'Grady.
    Manchester MEN Arena