Angela Webber’s writing career began with writing sketches for The Garry McDonald Show which led to three years writing and performing with Jonathan Coleman on radio 2JJJFM’s comedy program Off the Record.
Angela was a permanent member of The Jay Team (2JJJFM’s breakfast program) and co-authored the hugely popular ABC series Brunswick Heads Revisited with Adam Bowen. She was a contributor to This Sporting Life with HG and Roy, and wrote and performed comedy for 2BL, 2SM and SA FM. In 1995 Angela presented the afternoon shift on ABC Radio 2BL.
Angela’s comedy writing includes material for Pamela Stephenson (Not the Papal Tour), Dave Allen and for television events including The People’s Choice Awards. She appeared regularly on The Midday Show with Ray Martin and contributed to countless programs including Tonight Live With Steve Vizard, The Eleventh Hour, The Gerry Connolly Show and O’Loughlin on Saturday Night.
Angela co-wrote two books with Richard Glover; THE JOY OF BLOKES and THE P-PLATE PARENT – and wrote numerous corporate/educational films. An experienced feature writer, Angela was a regular contributor to The Listener, GH, Summer Agenda (Sydney Morning Herald), New Woman, Marie Claire Lifestyle, InsideOut and Domain (SMH) where her weekly column The Webber Site entertained readers for over three years.
Angela regularly wrote for a number of television series including High Five, Petals, Swinging, Driven Crazy, Pig’s Breakfast, Sesame Street (Australian episodes), Bad Cop Bad Cop and Bluewater High.
In 2005, Angela created and wrote the children’s series MORTIFIED for the Australian Children’s Television Foundation/Enjoy Rights Entertainment and Network Nine. The series has sold to numerous overseas territories and won several awards including Best Children’s Television Drama (AFI Awards), Best Children’s Television Series (ATOM Awards) Best Live Action Television Programme (Chicago International Children’s Film Festival), Winner of Grand Award for Best Youth Program and the Gold World Medal for Youth Programs (Age 7-12) at 2007 New York Festivals Television Programming and Promotion Awards and Finalist at the Banff World Festival of Television (Best Children’s Program).