Simon Passmore has had a string of recent successes on radio with "Accomplices" and "Offshore".
He has a track-record of producing top quality TV drama for the BBC and Channel 4.
Rebecca Lenkiewicz's "Her Naked Skin" was the first play to be performed on the Olivier stage at the National Theatre by a living female writer.
Other work includes an adaptation of Ibsen's "An Enemy of the People" for the Arcola and "Blue Moon Over Poplar" for the Soho Theatre.
Peter Jukes is an established TV and radio writer.
Recent shows for Radio 4 include the "Bad Faith" series, "Phone" and "Slavery: The Making Of".
Jon Sen wrote "4.4.68", the Saturday Play about the assassination of Martin Luther King, and on the series of the "The Prospect".
He's a TV director too, having made "Stan" for BBC4 and "55 Degrees North" for BBC1.