Alex Ferguson is an experienced writer successful in radio, television and radio. His Radio Four series My Uncle Freddie ran for six seasons and in 1997 won the Writers' Guild of Great Britain Award for Comedy & Light Entertainment. Alex is the founding writer of Corin & Vanessa Redgrave's Moving Theatre with successful productions of his plays The Flag and Casement at Battersea Lane and the Riverside. In 1997 Alex won the Guinness National Award for Pub Theatre with Big Mama. In 2004 he won a regional Royal Television Society nomination for the short film Lads and was selected for the BAFTA Rocliffe New Writing Forum at the Screenlit Festival in April 2010 with Painting Over The Cracks. Alex has a commendable history in radio & television drama and was the Creative Director of the Bold as Brass Theatre Company that he founded in 1997 until 2008 when he became Life President. His collection of short stories, My Uncle Freddie  and Uncle Freddie & The Prince Of Wales  are available from Iron Press, Cullercoats, Northumberland. His first venture into juvenile fiction, the spooky story, Tiggie, is published by AuthorHouse and is available on Amazon.
Recently Alex has been involved in writing for the 2011-2012 The Owner [London Segment] Collabfeature Presentation. World Premiere 25 May 2012 and The Train Station [The Wallet & The Golf Ball The Marriage] Collabfeature Presentation 2012. These are two unique feature films in which fourteen directors & writers in fourteen countries have collaborated.
Most recently Alex has written the screenplay of Bliss! which is being produced by Rita Osei of Sugar & Water Films to shoot on Tyneside in 2014. Bliss! began life as a stage production for the Bold as Brass Theatre Company.