Ronald William Sutherland FRAME

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1953-05-23
Education The HS of Glasgow, Univ of Glasgow (Foulis scholarship, MA, Bradley Medal), Jesus Coll Oxford (BLitt)
Books & Publications Television Scripts Paris (1985), Out of Time (1987), Ghost City (1994), A Modern Man (1996), 4 Ghost Stories for Christmas (2000), Darien: Disaster in Paradise (2003), Cromwell (2003), The Two Loves of Anthony Trollope (contrib, 2004); Radio Scripts incl: The Lantern Bearers (1997), The Hydro (1997, second series 1998, third series 1999), Havisham (1998), Maestro (1999), Pharos (2000), Sunday at Sant' Agata (2001), Don't Look Now (adapted, 2001), Greyfriars Bobby (2002), The Servant (adapted, 2005), The Razor's Edge (adapted, 2005), A Tiger for Malgudi (adapted, 2006), The Blue Room (adapted, 2007), The Shell House (2008), Blue Wonder (2008), Monsieur Monde Vanishes (adapted, 2009), Pinkerton (2010), Sunday (adapted, 2010), Striptease (adapted, 2010), The Other Simenon 1, In Case of Emergency, The Cat, The Little Man from Archangel (all adaptations, 2011), The Other Simenon 2: Teddy Bear, The Neighbours, The Venice Train (all adaptations, 2012), The Dreamer (2012), Before the Fact (adapted, 2013), The Other Simenon 3, Three Beds in Manhattan, The Confessional, A New Lease of Life (all adaptations, 2014); Novels and Short Story Collections Winter Journey (1984, 3 Sony Radio Award nominations 1985), Watching Mrs Gordon (1985), A Long Weekend with Marcel Proust (1986), Sandmouth People (1987), A Woman of Judah (1987), Paris: A Television Play (1987), Penelope's Hat (1989), Bluette (1990), Underwood and After (1991), Walking My Mistress in Deauville (1992), The Sun on the Wall (1994), The Lantern Bearers (1999), Permanent Violet (2002), Time in Carnbeg (2004), Unwritten Secrets (2010), Havisham (2012); weekly Carnbeg short story in The Herald 2008 and The Scotsman 2008-09, regular contrib Scottish Review of Books Sunday Herald
Recreations walking in the wind, eavesdropping
Clubs N/A
Style Ronald Frame, Esq
Career writer 1981-; prose fiction, radio and television plays; Awards jt winner Betty Trask Prize 1984, Samuel Beckett Prize 1986, TV Industries Panel Most Promising Writer New to TV 1986, Saltire Prize Scottish Book of the Year 2000, Barbara Gittings Honor Award American Library Assoc 2003
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