How to produce a game show
Fingers on buzzers: Countdown, Catchphrase and The Chase. How do you make great game shows like these?
Peaky Blinders: meet producer Jamie Glazebrook
Bringing Peaky Blinders to the screen took a combination of luck, flexibility and trust, as executive producer Jamie Glazebrook tells us in our latest podcast.
Negotiating and maintaining access to hard to reach communities and government bodies - we discuss techniques and tips.
A talk with the producers behind the hit BBC Three documentary which tells the story of the ten year war in Afghanistan through the eyes of the soldiers who have been fighting in it.
Profile: assistant producer, observational documentary
How do you build and maintain strong relationships with contributors on the other side of the Atlantic without meeting them? This was one of the many challenges facing Anna Stephens as she helped set up filming on BBC Three’s Life and Death Row series.
Tomorrow’s Worlds: a multiplatform celebration of sci-fi
Celebrating sci-fi across TV, radio and online – series producer John Das on the presenters and partnerships that made landmark BBC series Tomorrow’s Worlds possible.
Profile: director, observational documentary
John Douglas on working with your contributors, the advantages of self shooting and producing the critically acclaimed series Life and Death Row.
Producing Wizards vs Aliens
It's teamwork that makes the magic happen. Derek Ritchie on working on the children's fantasy sci-fi drama.