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  1. BBC Writersroom Development Producer

    Writersroom Development Producer Simon Nelson blogs about why teamwork was paramount in their recent scheme to initiate new directors into television.

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  2. Digital Content Producer, About The BBC Blog

    Ken Loach at 80

    As veteran director Ken Loach turns 80 this month, we consider the impact of his films past and present.

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  3. Digital Content Producer, About The BBC Blog

    Every Shakespeare play in pictures for the Bard's 400th anniversary

    Saturday marks Shakespeare's birthday and 400 years since his death, so we have trawled the archive and picked one image from a BBC production of each of his 37 plays.

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  4. BBC One's Doctors celebrates Shakespeare

    To commemorate the works of Shakespeare, who was born on 23 April, this week's episodes of Doctors have all been inspired by a Shakespeare sonnet and feature scenes filmed in Stratford-Upon-Avon. Cast members, Bharti Patel and Ian Midlane share their experience.

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  5. Development producer, Murdered By My Father

    Murdered By My Father: Asking the experts

    Nearly 12,000 cases of 'honour-based' violence have been reported in the UK since 2010. Producer of new BBC Three drama 'Murdered By My Father' explains how he went to the experts for advice on how to make the programme authentic without singling out one story.

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  6. Guy Hibbert throws light on how he created characters for BBC One's One Child.

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  7. BBC TV Drama Development Editor

    BBC Taster Shorts - Making 'The Break'

    The Break is a collaboration between BBC Taster, BBC Writersroom and BBC Drama Production to make five original short monologues for online, written by up-and-coming BAME writing talent from across the UK. In this post, producer Rachelle Constant explains the process.

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  8. Digital Content Producer, About The BBC Blog

    Charles Dickens on the BBC

    Charles Dickens' novels are a firm part of the British literary canon. As Tony Jordan's new 20-part series Dickensian starts on BBC One on Boxing Day, we thought we'd revisit some other BBC Dickens adaptations featuring familiar faces aplenty...

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  9. Digital Content Producer, About The BBC Blog

    House of Cards 25 years on

    The first episode of the BBC's original House of Cards was broadcast 25 years ago, on 18 November 1990, here are five House of Cards facts you may not have known...

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