John Stevenson (scriptwriter)
He was originally a newspaper journalist, before transitioning into screenwriting in the late 1960s. He co-wrote the popular comedy drama, Brass with Coronation Street scriptwriter, Julian Roach in the 1980s and in 1994, the sitcom, Mother's Ruin, starring Roy Barraclough. However, this was not a ratings success and only ran to one series.
Other series has written for include The Last of the Baskets, Nearest and Dearest, How's Your Father?, The Brothers McGregor and Oh Doctor Beeching!.
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