Surviving production office politics
In a precarious industry where you're only as good as your last programme, office politics can be a minefield. So how do you get by when you're first starting out?
Q&A: moving from AP to producer
What’s the difference between an AP and a producer? How do you know you're ready to move up and how do you find the right role? Sarah Wood answers your questions
Q&A: find a mentor, transform your career
A mentor can offer support, encouragement and keep your career on track, but how do you find one, and what makes the relationship work? Jane Saunders answers your questions.
From runner to researcher
Tips from Simon Wright, talent executive for BBC Academy and the BBC Production Talent Pool, on making the leap into your dream job.
Sound Women: brand 'you'
In an increasingly competitive market, finding your unique selling point is key to getting yourself noticed. But can you really brand your career profile?
Podcast: mums in TV
Juggling motherhood and a career in TV - we hear from four mothers juggling demanding broadcast careers with being a mum.
Podcast: make it in comedy
Tim Samuels is joined by Kenton Allen, Jon Plowman, Beryl Vertue and Caryn Mandabach for a masterclass on how to make it in TV comedy. From the BBC Academy’s TV Fast Train event 2012.
Podcast: from factual to drama
Have you made factual programmes? Are you interested in making drama? A TV Fast Train masterclass on genre hopping from factual to drama.