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.
Jed Mercurio: In conversation
How the writer of Line of Duty, Bodies and Critical creates television programmes and builds realistic characters
I made... The Archers
Accuracy and authenticity are crucial when writing for series like The Archers. Scriptwriter and producer Carole Solazzo shares her experience of writing for the Radio 4 drama serial.
StrangeCast: Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell
An interactive guide to the making of BBC One drama Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell
In conversation with Mike Bartlett
How do writers get into that headspace to write? Is the writing process different for different mediums? Mike Bartlett answers these questions and more in a candid conversation with BBC’s Henry Swindell.
A Brit abroad: working on drama in the USA
What are the differences between working on an American and a UK TV production?
Jimmy McGovern: in conversation
From early Brookside and Cracker to controversial Priest, writing rebel Jimmy McGovern joins The Writersroom’s Henry Swindell to talk about breaking rules, and finding the complexity in the simplest of plots.
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.