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He began his career as a van driver at AMV before becoming a copywriter at Y&R, JWT and BMP DDB. In that time, he has won practically every award the industry has to offer including three D&AD pencils. He has also chaired a number of awards juries including D&AD, Creative Circle and the Aerials.

He's won so many Aerial Awards that they gave him a special Lifetime Achievement Award. He was also presented with a Radio Advertising Fellowship at The House of Lords.

Uniquely among writers, Paul produces commercials too. Either his own scripts or other people's. Always makes them better. Every year he facilitates the IPA Radio Producers Course.

He has about thirty years' experience at top agencies working with every sort of client. So he can just get stuff done quickly and brilliantly.

As a brand consultant, he has worked closely with the Leon chain of fast food restaurants

He's also had four novels published. One of them, Father Frank, is being turned into a film.

He's a frequent contributor to Radio 4, Five Live and BBC London.

"I've worked with Paul many times over the years. He's one of the best and a real pleasure to be around"

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"If you want the words to sing and dance and charm and sell... you want Paul Burke"

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  • Brian and Brian.

    As my friend Brian Jones pointed out, this record was released 40 years ago yesterday. There were two 7" special editions: one on white vinyl (Milk) and another on brown vinyl (Alcohol). I had another mate called Brian Rowan who worked in a record shop in Wembley. He always kept any special editions - coloured vinyl, picture sleeves, picture discs for me to pick up after school. I was delighted when he managed to get Milk & Alcohol on both white and brown vinyl, and I still have them forty years later. Anyone under thirty must look at this in bemusement. In an era when any track can be downloaded in seconds, why on earth would I want two copies of the same record on silly coloured vinyl? That's just insane. And looking back, I'm inclined to agree with them. Paul-Burke-Web-Blog-Article-Divider
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