Alison Hume

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Alison Hume
Occupation Screenwriter
Period 2002–2015
Genre Science-fiction, fantasy, and crime drama

Alison Hume is a British television writer, known for her work as creator and executive producer of the CBBC series The Sparticle Mystery[1] and the BBC drama Rocket Man.


Production Notes Broadcaster
Pure Feature Film (2002) N/A
The Vice 2 episodes (2002-2003) ITV
New Tricks "Home Truths" (2004) BBC
Beaten TV Movie (2005) BBC
Rocket Man 3 episodes (2005) BBC
Roman Mysteries 2 episodes (2007) BBC
Summerhill TV Movie (2008) CBBC
The Sparticle Mystery 36 episodes (2011-2015) CBBC

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Recipients Result
British Academy Children's Awards[2] Children's: Drama Alison Hume (with Stephen Smallwood and Jon East), for Summerhill Nominated
Children's: Writer Alison Hume, for Summerhill Won
Royal Television Society Awards[3] Writer of the Year Alison Hume, for Summerhill Won
Royal Television Society Awards - Yorkshire [4][5] Writer - Drama Alison Hume, for The Sparticle Mystery Nominated


  1. ^ "New CBBC drama to be filmed in Northern Ireland". 24 March 2014. Retrieved 15 June 2015.
  2. ^ "Children's in 2008".
  3. ^ "Nominations & Winners 2008 Programme Awards".
  4. ^ "Rochelle Stevens & Co".
  5. ^ "RTS Programme Awards 2015".

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