Peaky Blinders: meet writer Steven Knight
Peaky Blinders is not your typical English period drama. Writer and creator Steven Knight tells us how the series came about and how the tough characters and gritty stories take shape.
The secret art of script editing
What do script editors do and why is the relationship with the writer so important? Corrie writer Ellen Taylor and BBC Writersroom's Henry Swindell tell us more.
Steven Moffat on Doctor Who and Sherlock
A must listen for budding writers everywhere. Doctor Who lead writer and Sherlock co-creator Steven Moffat talks openly about his writing career.
Behind the scenes: Our World War
Showing the First World War through a soldier's eyes – how BBC Three's Our World War was made.
Arthur Mathews: comedy masterclass
As creator of acclaimed comedy Father Ted, Arthur Mathews has carved his place at the top of British comedy. In this specially recorded masterclass, we hear about his route to success.
Writing For BBC Radio Comedy
If you want to write comedy, what better place to start than this guide written by the producers and writers from BBC Radio Comedy.
Q&A: writing for medical drama
Does medical drama make your heart race? Some tips on how to write continuing medical drama from the team behind Holby City and Casualty.
Creating radio drama
No sets, no make up, no lights, but painting vivid pictures in listeners’ minds for over ninety years – Hazel Marshall and guests pull back the curtain on radio drama.