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  1. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Cara Fi ( Love Me) is a Welsh romantic comedy -drama series that first broadcast in November 2014 on S4C, and was later made available on the BBC iPlayer. The eight-part series was created by Sarah Dollard. In 2015 the show was nominated for the BAFTA Cymru awards for costume design and for original music.

    Cara Fi - Wikipedia

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  2. Sarah Dollard (born 21 January 1980) is an Australian television screenwriter, living and working in the United Kingdom. She made her start in writing for television on the long-running Australian soap opera Neighbours, before moving to the UK in 2008.

    • Australian
    • 2004–present
    • Neighbours
    • Move to The UK
    • Cara Fi and Beyond

    Dol­lard worked on Neigh­bours for four years, as a sto­ry­liner, a script ed­i­tor, a story ed­i­tor, and a writer of over thirty episodes. Be­fore leav­ing Aus­tralia, she also worked in script de­vel­op­ment for pop­u­lar chil­dren's tele­vi­sion se­ries The Sad­dle Club, and in de­vel­op­ment on other chil­dren's shows with the Aus­tralian Chil­dren's Tele­vi­sion Foun­da­tion.

    After mov­ing to the UK, Dol­lard began work­ing in the script de­part­ments of British fan­tasy and sci­ence fic­tion TV shows. She worked on sea­son two of BBC One fan­tasy-ad­ven­ture se­ries Mer­lin, be­fore mov­ing on to Primeval in 2010, where she script-edited sea­sons four and five of the sci-fi se­ries and wrote all five episodes of the Primevalweb-se­ries that in­tro­duced sea­son four. Dol­lard wrote the fifth episode of the fifth sea­son of Toby Whit­house's pop­u­lar BBC Three se­ries Being Human, fea­tur­ing guest star Kathryn Prescott, of Skins fame. Dig­i­tal Spy called the episode, ti­tled No Care, All Responsibility, "the lat­est in a string of knock­out episodes – sweet and chill­ing in equal mea­sure". Dol­lard also penned the we­bisodes that ac­com­pa­nied Being Human sea­son five, fo­cus­ing on the char­ac­ter of Alex Mil­lar, played by Kate Bracken. She wrote episode three of BBC spy thriller The Game, and co-wrote episode five with se­ries cre­ator Toby Whit­...

    Dol­lard cre­ated and wrote her own rom-com se­ries Cara Fi (Love Me) with Touch­pa­per Tele­vi­sion, for the Welsh broad­caster S4C. The eight episode se­ries fo­cuses on a sleepy sea­side vil­lage in Wales that runs out of women, so the lo­cals ad­ver­tise their sin­gle men on the side of milk car­tons leav­ing the dairy. Each episode fo­cuses on a new woman ar­riv­ing in the vil­lage to be set up with a local man. The show de­buted in No­vem­ber 2014 on S4C, and was sub­se­quently on the BBC iPlayer. In 2015, she wrote the tenth episode of the ninth se­ries of Doc­tor Who, ti­tled "Face the Raven",. She also wrote an episode of the UK-US co-pro­duced com­edy-drama You, Me and the Apoc­a­lypse, and ITV pe­riod drama The Hal­cyon. She re­turned to write the episode "Thin Ice" for Se­ries 10 of Doc­tor Who. In 2018, she wrote the sev­enth episode for A Dis­cov­ery of Witches, a tele­vi­sion se­ries based on the novel tril­ogy of the same name by Deb­o­rah Hark­ness.In Oc­to­ber 2018...

  3. Sarah Dollard (born 21 January 1980) is an Australian television screenwriter, living and working in the United Kingdom. She made her start in writing for television on the long-running Australian soap opera Neighbours, before moving to the UK in 2008.

  4. Sarah Dollard From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Sarah Dollard (born 21 January 1980) is an Australian television screenwriter, living and working in the United Kingdom. She made her start in writing for television on the long-running Australian soap opera Neighbours, before moving to the UK in 2008.

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Cara Fi ( Love Me) is a Welsh romantic comedy -drama series that first broadcast in November 2014 on S4C, and was later made available on the BBC iPlayer. The eight-part series was created by Sarah Dollard. In 2015 the show was nominated for the BAFTA Cymru awards for costume design and for original music.

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    • Touchpaper Wales
    • 9 November –, 28 December 2014
    • S4C
  6. Sarah Dollard (born 21 January 1980) is an Australian television screenwriter, living and working in the United Kingdom. She made her start in writing for television on the long-running Australian soap opera Neighbours, before moving to the UK in 2008.

  7. The Game is a British Cold War spy thriller television serial that takes place in London in 1972. The six-part series was created by Toby Whithouse, written by Whithouse, Sarah Dollard and Debbie O'Malley, and first broadcast on BBC America in 2014. Whithouse confirmed via Twitter in July 2015 that there would not be a second series.

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