What happens when a writer takes a much loved book and adapts it for television? In this week's podcast Hazel Marshall discusses the ingredients for a great adaptation for TV.
Make it in drama
Learn from the drama greats - a masterclass on making it in drama from the BBC Academy’s TV Fast Train event with Ruth Caleb, Jane Featherstone and Andrew Davies.
Digital storytelling Q&A: Film-making for the Web
Our expert panel answered your questions on film-making, storytelling and sharing your videos online
Peaky Blinders: Photography director and producer
Learn what being a producer and director of photography entails on a drama like Peaky Blinders, how the roles fit within the production team, and what the challenges are
Factual storytelling in virtual reality
How BBC iWonder produced a virtual reality documentary about Ireland’s Easter Rising in 1916 - turning archive material into an immersive 360 experience
Where next for drama and fiction in broadcasting? Some questions and answers in these highlights from the BBC Academy's Fusion: Future Fiction day
360 video: BBC Click's innovative storytelling
In a behind-the-scenes look at BBC Click's innovative 360 programme, presenter Spencer Kelly reveals the exhilaration and challenges of this new form of storytelling
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.