Peter Richard (Pete) ATKIN

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1945-08-22
Education Perse Sch Cambridge, St John's Coll Cambridge (BA)
Publications N/A
Recreations words, music, wood
Clubs N/A
Style Pete Atkin, Esq
Career radio prodr; scriptwriter, critic, songwriter (with >qv1qv2<28402>qv3<, >ir<) and recording artist of 6 albums 1970-75 (reissued See for Miles 1997 and 2001), former furniture maker and woodwork corr Vole magazine 1976-77; chief prodr BBC Radio Light Entertainment 1986-89 (prodr 1981, script ed 1983), head of network radio BBC South Bristol 1989-93, ind prodn co-ordinator BBC Radio 4 1993; ind radio prodr and conslt 1994-, script ed Hat Trick Productions 1994-2002; prodr: This Sceptred Isle (BBC Radio 4) 1995-99 (Best Non-Fiction Talkie of the Year Talkie Awards 1996), This Sceptred Isle: Empire (BBC Radio 4) 2006 (Best New Radio Prog Voice of the Viewer and Listener Awards 2006); voice dir: Bob the Builder (US version) 2004-07, Thomas the Tank Engine (US version) 2004-09 and (UK version) 2008-09, The Gruffalo 2009, Waybuloo 2010-11, The Gruffalo's Child 2011; voice actor Mr Crock in Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (film) 2006, asst voice dir Planet 51 2007-08; dir: The Glittering Prizes 2005, Fame and Fortune 2007, Kicking the Habit 2007-08, Final Demands 2010, A Thousand Kisses (BBC Radio 3) 2011, recordings of Just William stories read by Martin Jarvis; Together Again At Last (with Clive James, UK tour) 2002, The Lakeside Sessions (double CD) 2002, Words and Music (with Clive James, UK, Australia and Hong Kong tour) 2003, Winter Spring (CD, new songs with Clive James) 2003, At It Again (with Clive James, UK tour) 2005, Midnight Voices: The Clive James and Pete Atkin Songbook, Vol 1 (CD) 2007; writer and dir The Mackinnon Extradition (BBC Radio 4) 2007; tstee St George's Music Tst Bristol 1990-2007
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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