Currently, Alison is being commissioned to develop Rosie Milne’s book Olivia & Sophia into a series for 108 Media in Singapore for a series East of India.
Alison wrote an episode for Holby and Jamie Johnson in 2019.
Alison created, was lead writer and executive producer on The Sparticle Mystery, three series for CBBC.
Alison’s first produced script transmitted in 2001: “One More Time” was the last episode of Series 4 of The Vice and tackled paedophilia in the family. Since then she has explored domestic violence (RTS nominated Beaten for BBC1), drug addiction (feature film Pure for Kudos directed by Gillies MacKinnon) but has lightened up sufficiently on occasion to create and write her original series Rocket Man (BBC1 starring Robson Green) and work on New Tricks. She has also written for Roman Mysteries (CBBC). Alison received both the BAFTA for Best Children’s Writer and RTS Yorkshire Writer of the Year for Summerhill (CBBC and BBC3) in 2008. Recent projects include a treatment and series bible for an adaptation of Helen Dennis’ Secret Breakers novels for Sparticle Productions, adapting Rosie Milne’s Olivia & Sophia for 108 Media, an episode of Jamie Johnson for Short Form Films/CBBC and an episode of Holby for the BBC.
Alison is a proud Essex girl now living with her three children in the capital of Yorkshire.
Alison Hume is represented by Rochelle Stevens