with Robert Thorogood
Sunday 16 September, 2pm
National Centre for Writing, Dragon Hall, Norwich
£8 (conc £7 / students £6)
BBC One’s Death in Paradise – the award-winning drama set on an idyllic Caribbean island – is one of the top three most popular programmes on British television. We invite you to meet its creator, the screenwriter and novelist Robert Thorogood. We anticipate a fascinating discussion, and answers to those elusive questions – how do you create characters that capture hearts across the globe, and why does the classic ‘whodunnit’ remain so enduringly popular?
Chaired by Nina Nannar, Arts Editor for ITV News.
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About the authors
Robert Thorogood is the creator of the hit BBC One TV series Death in Paradise. He was born in Colchester, Essex, in 1972. When he was 10-years old, he read his first proper novel – Agatha Christie’s Peril at End House – and he’s been in love with the genre ever since. Moving from screenwriter to novelist, he is captivating readers with his all-new series of books featuring the inimitable DI Richard Poole. His fiction has attracted praise from international bestseller Peter James, who describes it as, ‘Very funny and very dark with great pace. I love Robert Thorogood’s writing.’ Twitter
‘Very funny and dark with great pace. I love Robert Thorogood’s writing’ – Peter James