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2002, Co-Creators/Executive Producers
Interactive TV Drama Series (13 eps)


Twentyfourseven is the title of a new weekly drama series that like Going Home , is shot fast, on air immediately.

Twentyfourseven is also the name of a fictitious young appeal colour magazine. 

Twentyfourseven's editorial office houses a team of journalists who race to publish a magazine each week. 

Twentyfourseven is a revolutionary blend of current affairs, drama, comedy and reality television.   A fusion of fiction and fact. 

Twentyfourseven is a world first - an interactive drama where the audience votes on the storylines each week.

Twentyfourseven - Tomorrow's Television Today. 

Production & Broadcast History

Australian Version for SBS

Series 1          Sept. to Dec. 2002   (13 episodes)

SBS is a small government funded broadcaster which achieves an average 2.5-4% audience share.

Twentyfourseven - Tomorrow's Television Today. 

Production Bible

Hal and Di McElroy's passionate commitment to their work means that they are very hands on writer producers, personally supervising every step of the physical production from concept and casting through shoot and edit to sound mix and delivery.

As a consequence they personally authored the 100 plus page Production Bible that is made available to the local production partners in each territory on a confidential basis.

This book outlines in simple, easy to understand language the entire production process step by step - the lessons learnt, thoughts, recommendations, etc., together with example storylines. 

Every single executive who has gained access to and used this Bible has been loud in their praise of its usefulness. 


Hal and Di also make themselves available in person or via phone or email to advise, explain and encourage key players involved in any new production.

Their aim is to empower the local creative team to take ownership of the show to ensure the outcome is the very best local production achievable within all time and budget constraints.