A Brit abroad: working on drama in the USA
What are the differences between working on an American and a UK TV production?
Life and Death Row
How do you negotiate filming with a person on death row? Assistant producer Abigail Mowbray explains the process.
Shark: meet producer Simon Blakeney
Bloodthirsty hunters or social and complex creatures? Natural History Unit producer Simon Blakeney talks to us about the making of the landmark series Shark.
Getting into drama: producer
What does it take to be a drama producer on productions like Call the Midwife? Hugh Warren on making the decisions for big budget drama
Brothers With No Game: from web to screen
A great place to show what you can do on a channel looking for raw new talent – we tell the story of the journey of hit YouTube and London Live comedy drama Brothers With No Game.
Funmi Olutoye: planning producer, London Live
Having a head full of ideas, contacts at your fingertips and an encyclopaedic knowledge of the capital are essential for Funmi Olutoye's role at London Live. She talks about working for London's local TV station.
Art of the interview
How do you produce a truly great interview? BBC arts correspondent David Sillito, executive producer for Piers Morgan's Life Stories Jeremy Phillips and TV and radio producer Bridget Osborne offer their tips.
How personal should you get for your audience? Louis Theroux, Lee Phillips and Nelufar Hedayat discuss presenter led documentaries.