Katie Hims writes for radio, stage and television. She has written on the BBC's long-running series Casualty as well as penning numerous radio plays, including her award winning debut, Earthquake Girl, which won the Richard Imeson Award 1998, and an adaptation of the best selling novel Captain Corelli's Mandolin. In 2010 Katie wrote a series of three new afternoon plays for Radio 4 called Lost Property which went on to win Best Audio Drama at the BBC Audio Drama Awards. Katie is also writing an original stage play for Clean Break Theatre Company.
Jeremy Mortimer, Executive Producer at BBC Radio Drama said of her, "Every so often, a writer appears on the scene who just takes your breath away....her work has never failed to make an impression."