In this website you can read about my work and history of my life on TV and Radio throughout my career.

News of R.J. Heim in Movies & Television Production

Writing of the Episodic Series ‘The Life I Lost’

My latest creative endeavor continues to be the writing of the Episodic Series ‘The Life I Lost’. I hope [...]

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Planet Wearth, A SciFi Feature

Planet Wearth is the story of a group of castaways that flee their dying planet in the not too [...]

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What A Pill, A Dark Comedy

What A Pill is the story of two aging gay men, partners, whose hairlines are heading north, their waistlines [...]

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My Life On Tv

To this day, I still tell anyone who asks that I loved radio more than television, but in radio you can get fired too easy, and unless you’re a super-talent, there’s no money to be made. Radio is a two-way intimate medium, where you’re on the air for hours at a time, interacting with the audience. Television is initially a one-way process, with a delayed reaction (you get the feedback later – like when you’re unshaven in the grocery store), where you work 8 to 9 hours a day for a compressed couple of minutes of air-time.

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