A Brit abroad: Working on drama in the USA
What are the differences between working on an American and a UK TV production?
Arthur Mathews: comedy masterclass
As creator of acclaimed comedy Father Ted, Arthur Mathews has carved his place at the top of British comedy. In this specially recorded masterclass, we hear about his route to success.
Developing The Outcast with Sadie Jones
Screenwriter and novelist Sadie Jones on the journey she took writing The Outcast.
Dominic Savage: actor, writer, director
Want to be a great director? Dominic Savage, director of The Secrets and BAFTA winning Nice Girl, tells us about learning the craft of film making, and about how to build your confidence to create great drama
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.
Iain Softely on directing The Outcast
The film director on moving from Hollywood to directing his first television drama for BBC One.
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.
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.