Radio producers: Winning at the freelance game
Two award-winning freelance producers share their stories of success in radio and podcast production
Coping with night shifts: Nuala McGovern
World Service presenter Nuala McGovern chairs a round-table discussion on the physical and mental challenges of working night shifts
Disability in broadcast: getting in and getting on
Breaking into the media can be scary enough, but how would having a disability affect your career? Three experienced media professionals share their stories and advice.
Freelancing for life
According to a survey by industry journal Broadcast, TV freelancers are feeling the strain more than ever. How can the industry address these problems and what can you do to make a career in TV last for life?
Tips for a successful freelance career in radio. A recording of a masterclass from the BBC Academy’s Radio Fast Train event held on 7th February 2012.
Mums in TV
Juggling motherhood and a career in TV - we hear from four mothers juggling demanding broadcast careers with being a mum.
Feel the fear and freelance anyway
There may be no permanent jobs in TV, but freelancing remains an incredibly attractive career path and can give you great independence. Simon Wright gives his advice on making the leap.