S. Block



Simon Block is a Screenwriter, producer and Writer best known for his work on The Physician as a key writer. Block is also known for his work on the Julie Summers inspired ITV series Home Fires as the main writer. Block wrote the first episode of Series 1 of the show alongside Julie Summers who inspired the show with her book, however following the first episode Block became the main writer writing 10 Episodes to date. Block has also worked on popular Television shows such as Hotel Babylon being a recurring writer with his writing credits appearing Series 3 Episode 1, Series 2 Episode 8 and Series 2 Episode 2. During 2015 Block wrote three episode for the TV Series A.D. The Bible Continues writing "The Tomb Is Open", "The Body Is Gone" and ...more

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Spitfire Down! (Keep the Ho...

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Keep the Home Fires Burning...

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A Woman's Work... (Keep the...

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A Soldier Returns... (Keep ...

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Strangers Amongst Us (Keep ...

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A Woman's War (Keep the Hom...

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A Woman's Courage

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“Children just need love," Sarah had said. "It doesn't always matter from whom.”
S. Block, Keep the Home Fires Burning

“Without the process of death," he'd said, smiling, "we can't have new life. Death ensures the world doesn't become too crowded with people, and plants and animals to the point where everything becomes old and clogged up and would stop working. Death is just a rather dull way of saying 'it's someone or something else's turn now'.”
S. Block, Keep the Home Fires Burning
tags: death

“I told him, there are some things worth being bullied for - the things that make you who you are.”
S. Block, Keep the Home Fires Burning



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