Elizabeth-Anne Wheal

Elizabeth-Anne Wheal

Chair of the Broadcasting Group

Elizabeth-Anne Wheal started her career in journalism and business communications before being commissioned to write a number of non-fiction reference works, including The Macmillan Dictionary of the Second World War, The Macmillan Dictionary of the First World War, The Penguin Dictionary of the Third Reich and The Green Book, a survey of environmental facts and fictions for the non-scientist.

She was one of the first women to write regularly for British television, and has since accumulated a long list of credits on some of the UK's most popular series, including The Bill, Dalziel and PascoeMidsomer Murders and Spooks.  She has also worked extensively in series and script development for all the main broadcasters and some of our best known independent production companies, including World Productions, Tiger Aspect, Company Pictures and Kudos.  She’s currently working on a multiplatform faction project and writing her first crime novel.