- Christopher Templeton
Christopher Templeton is a scriptwriter and educationalist whose radio plays, documentaries and schools programs have highlighted major themes and events across the world, bringing them to the attention of both students and audiences alike. He is the Founder of Significant Void, a multimedia company that works across education and documentary film-making.
Christopher was born in Los Angeles, the son of Scottish playwright William Templeton. He graduated with a Masters in Scriptwriting at the London Film School. He worked for many years at the BBC World Service and his radio play Mirad, A Boy From Bosnia was particularly well-received by critics as being: "...unbearably moving".
Christopher often employed his productions within the educational sphere and has today produced an original set of programs called the 'Why?' series for the American Federation of Teachers. The complete set includes: 'Wars & Why They Exist' and 'Migration & Why it Happens'. You can find them all here on 'Share My Lesson'.
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