Debbie Wiseman

Previously at Chichester composer for Sweet Bird of Youth (Festival Theatre).

Theatre includes Feather Boy The Musical (NT Connections).

Television includes Judge John Deed, Othello, Warriors, Land Girls, The Inspector Lynley Mysteries, My Uncle Silas, Stephen Fry in America, Joanna Lumley’s Nile, The Whale, WPC 56, The Promise, A Poet in New York, The Andrew Marr Show, Father Brown, The Coroner, Shakespeare & Hathaway, Dickensian, Wolf Hall.

Radio includes as presenter No Ordinary Joe, Scoring Father Brown,Same Tune, Different Song, Saturday Classics, Sounds and Sweet Airs; as a guest Desert Island Discs.

Films include Tom & Viv, Wilde, Haunted, Tom’s Midnight Garden, The Guilty, Before You Go, Arsène Lupin, Middletown, Flood, Lost Christmas, Edie.

Debbie was awarded the OBE for Services to Music in the 2018 Queen’s Birthday Honours List. She is a Fellow of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Fellow of Trinity College of Music London, Honorary Doctor of Music University of Sussex, Visiting Professor Royal College of Music, Composer in Residence Classic FM and President of Making Music.