(27 October 1990 - present)
First met in 1982 at Scottish Television, when Peter was Script Editor of Take The High Road and Janice joined the writing team as a scriptwriter.
It was hate at first sight.
It took two years for before they began to warm to each other.
But after it warmed up, it got too hot to handle and led to separation and divorce from their respective partners in 1988.
Peter May and Janice Hally first met as young writers on the popular Scottish Television drama series, Take the High Road. During their time as script and story editors for the show in the mid to late 80`s it achieved record viewing figures, as the top-rated show in Scotland.
Their writing partnership continued into the 90`s when they created the critically acclaimed Gaelic drama serial Machair, which won nominations for writing and production awards in both British and International arenas.
They quit television and Scotland in the late 90s to move to France where May now devotes himself to writing books.
His "China Thrillers" have become best sellers, and "Extraordinary People", the first in his new series, "The Enzo Files" is winning critical acclaim.
They have lectured and tutored on creative writing and drama production at Glasgow University, The Arvon Foundation, Movie Makars, The Writers` Guild of Great Britain and The Edinburgh Film Workshop.
Together, they have run writing courses and workshops for Scottish Television, The European Film School in Denmark and in Saint-Cere France.