Inner Voices: How writers create character
Do writers hear their characters as they write? Two top writers discuss the practicalities of character creation for TV and radio drama
Tips on writing comedy sketches for TV and radio for the budding comedy sketch writers, with advice from the writers of Mitchell and Webb, The News Quiz and Armstrong and Miller.
Live events: Health and safety
From Hackney Weekend to Glastonbury music festival, this week's podcast guests discuss planning for health and safety at live broadcast events.
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.
Hear how our panel offer creative ways to use archive to offer productions a window into the past with a new perspective
Sarah Solemani: writing comedy and drama
How easy is it to go from acting to writing drama or comedy? Sarah Solemani, star of Bad Education and Him and Her, talks about her writing for BBC One's The Secrets and beyond
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
Writing comedy & drama
How to get paid for doing what you love - we discuss getting into writing comedy and drama for radio and television.