Kim Millar


Kim is an experienced Scottish writer for television drama and children’s programming and regularly writes for Casualty, River City, and The Dumping Ground. In addition, she is currently working on her original projects (previously having had shows in development with companies such as Shed Productions and Synchronicity Films). Kim also has a great deal of production and story experience, having worked as a Storyliner and Story Consultant on shows such as Coronation Street, Hollyoaks and Waterloo Road.


Television (broadcast):
Casualty BBC Studios / BBC One
Regular writer for the award-winning primetime medical drama since 2015
7 x 50′ episodes
River City BBC Studios Scotland / BBC One Scotland
Writer for the BBC continuing drama series since 2008
16 x 60′ episodes
The Dumping Ground BBC Children’s Productions / CBBC
Regular writer for the children’s drama series since 2016
8 x 30′ episodes
Doctors BBC Studios / BBC One
Writer for the daytime medical drama since 2014
13 x 30′ episodes
Eve Leopard Drama / CBBC
Writer for the children’s science fiction series (2016)
1 x 30′ episode
Waterloo Road Shed Productions / BBC One
Writer for the long-running award-winning drama (2013)
1 x 60′ episode
Hollyoaks Lime Pictures / Channel 4
Writer for Channel 4’s successful continuing drama (2006 – 2007)
8 x 30′ episodes
Television (previously in development):
Briefs Shed Productions
Scripted drama set in a family law firm
Slick Synchronicity Films
Returning drama series following the oil wives of Aberdeen
Silks and Briefs IWC
Edinburgh-set legal drama focussing on advocates working in the high court
Television (other credits):
Waterloo Road Shed Productions / BBC One
Storyliner 2011 – 2014
Part of the BAFTA award-winning team – Best Continuing Drama, BAFTA Awards, 2014
The Only Way is Essex Lime Pictures / ITV2
Story Consultant for series 3
Hollyoaks / Hollyoaks: In The City Lime Pictures / Channel 4
Storyliner 2006 – 2007 & Story Consultant 2012
Part of the award-winning team – Best Storyline (Justin / Becca), British Soap Awards, 2008
Part of the award-winning team – Writers’ Guild Awards, Best Writing Team, 2006
Coronation Street Granada Television / ITV1
Storyliner 2004 – 2006
Part of the award-winning team and storyline based on own pitch – Best Storyline (The Tracy / Charlie affair): British Soap Awards, 2007; National Television Awards 2007; Inside Soap Awards, 2007
Part of the award-winning team – Best Storyline (The demise of Mike Baldwin to alzheimers): National Television Awards, 2006; British Soap Awards, 2006; TV Quick Awards, 2006
River City BBC / BBC One Scotland
Storyliner 2003 – 2004 & Story Consultant 2017
Other roles:
Lecturer, Digital Film & TV, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (2009 – 2018)
Screenwriting Tutor, Edinburgh Napier University (2013 – 2015)
Professional qualifications and training:
Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Arts Education
ITN, ITN Writing for Television News
 The University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Joint Honours in English & Spanish