Jude
Tindall

Award-winning writer for television

Most recently Jude was series creator and associate producer of The Sister Boniface mysteries. A 10 episode crime drama commissioned by Britbox North America and produced by BBC Studios. Jude also created a new adaptation of Oscar Wilde's Canterville Ghost which was released by the BBC in 2021.

Jude was the co–creator and also series story consultant with Paul Matthew Thompson of Shakespeare & Hathaway.  A huge international hit immediately recommissioned for a second series. Jude was lead writer on the international hit Father Brown. She wrote two Christmas Specials and was a winner of 3 RTS Midlands awards for best drama for The Daughters of Jerusalem in 2014, The Mask of Demon in 2016 and The Star of Jacob in 2017.

Jude has also written on Casualty, Land Girls and was a core writer for Doctors. Jude was nominated for two soap awards in 2009 for best exit and most dramatic scene.

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Television

Writer & Creator 

Series creator and associate producer of The Sister Boniface Mysteries.

BBC Studios for UKTV, Britbox
BBC Studios for Channel 5

Light hearted crime series co-created with Paul Matthew Thompson.


BBC Studios

Light hearted crime series co-created with Paul Matthew Thompson.


BBC Studios
Tx in February 2020

Light hearted crime series co-created with Paul Matthew Thompson.  

BBC Studios
TX February 2019

Light hearted crime series co-created with Paul Matthew Thompson.   Transmitted in 2018.

BBC Studios

Historical series

Freemantle Media and Star Media Russia
In development

Writer 

Lead writer and winner of 3 RTS Best Drama Awards.


BBC1
Casualty
1 x 60
BBC1
2015
Doctors
42 x 30'

Nominated: Best Exit, British Soap Awards 2009; Nominated for Most Dramatic Scene, British Soap Awards 2009

BBC1
Core writer 2003 - 2012
BBC1
2011