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41 posts about Writer on this blog

  1. Line Of Duty: Live Q&A with Jed Mercurio

    Wednesday 19 March 2014, 09:55

    Jed Mercurio Jed Mercurio Writer

    Join writer and creator Jed Mercurio in a live Q&A after the final episode of series two from 10pm until 11pm on Wednesday, 19 March.

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  2. 37 Days: Changing my perspective of WWI

    Friday 7 March 2014, 10:42

    Mark Hayhurst Mark Hayhurst Writer and Producer

    'I traced every conference, every telephone call, private letter and telegram swirling around Europe.' How the research and the writing process revealed a new side to the First World War.

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  3. The Bridge: Live web chat with Hans Rosenfeldt

    Wednesday 29 January 2014, 18:23

    Hans Rosenfeldt Hans Rosenfeldt Writer

    Join lead writer and co-creator of The Bridge Hans Rosenfeldt in a live web chat from 11pm until midnight on Saturday, 1 February.

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  4. The Bridge: Writing my favourite scenes

    Friday 24 January 2014, 19:04

    Hans Rosenfeldt Hans Rosenfeldt Writer

    Writer Hans Rosenfeldt reveals which detective came first when he created the Swedish-Danish crime thriller on BBC Four.

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  5. Truckers: We're connected but alone

    Thursday 10 October 2013, 10:42

    William Ivory William Ivory Writer

    'Embroiled in the lives and loves of a group of people... what the show is really about, I think, is isolation.' Writer William Ivory explores the themes in his BBC One drama.

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  6. Doctors: My inspiration for the stalker plot

    Friday 6 September 2013, 14:01

    Loretta Preece Loretta Preece Storyliner

    I immediately saw potential for Jas to be in a situation where her privacy was invaded: Doctors storyliner Loretta Preece on where she got the idea for bringing stalking into the BBC One drama.

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  7. Bad Education: Giving Alfie our worst characteristics

    Tuesday 27 August 2013, 16:00

    Freddy Syborn Freddy Syborn Writer

    Not pulling any punches when writing the second series of the BBC Three comedy with school friend, Jack Whitehall.

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  8. Big School: Writing with comedy greats

    Thursday 15 August 2013, 11:41

    The Dawson Bros The Dawson Bros Writers

    David brought years of comedy experience, we brought the biscuits. Writing team The Dawson Bros on working with David Walliams and Catherine Tate for BBC One comedy Big School.

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  9. The Field Of Blood: Imagine my dismay, it’s better than the book

    Wednesday 7 August 2013, 10:05

    Denise Mina Denise Mina Author

    I went to the screening full of trepidation: Author Denise Mina on having her novels The Field Of Blood and The Dead Hour adapted by David Kane for the BBC One series starring David Morrissey and Jayd Johnson.

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  10. Badults: Working hard to be silly

    Tuesday 30 July 2013, 09:58

    Matthew Crosby Matthew Crosby

    The irony of having to be grown up in making a daft comedy like Badults on BBC Three - by co-writer and Pappy's co-star, Matthew Crosby.

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  11. Family Tree: Characters that aren't so everyday

    Tuesday 23 July 2013, 10:02

    Christopher Guest  Christopher Guest

    Spinal Tap’s Christopher Guest on how he created a fictional family tree for actors Chris O'Dowd and Nina Conti to improvise with in BBC Two’s new comedy.

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  12. Top Of The Lake: Jane Campion on her crime mystery

    Wednesday 10 July 2013, 09:35

    Jane Campion Jane Campion Writer/Director

    Jane Campion, award-winning writer and director of The Piano, on her mysterious and visually stunning new drama for BBC Two, starring Holly Hunter and Elisabeth Moss.

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  13. Quick Cuts: Confessions from a hairdressers

    Wednesday 19 June 2013, 09:55

    Georgia Pritchett Georgia Pritchett Writer

    Comedy writer Georgia Pritchett on the (misplaced) feeling of confidentiality we share with our hairdressers.

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  14. The White Queen: Philippa Gregory on resurrecting history

    Wednesday 12 June 2013, 09:54

    Philippa Gregory Philippa Gregory Historian and Novelist

    "It looked exactly how I had imagined." How history inspires Philippa Gregory and the thrill of translating her novels to the screen.

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  15. Frankie: A character with her own soundtrack

    Friday 10 May 2013, 11:32

    Lucy Gannon Lucy Gannon Writer

    Writer Lucy Gannon explains how a character in search of a role, and a soundtrack, came to life for BBC One's new drama about district nurses.

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  16. The Road, A Story Of Life And Death

    Thursday 28 March 2013, 14:19

    Tessa Delaunay-Martin Tessa Delaunay-Martin TV blog

    A Q&A with documentary director Marc Isaacs and contributor Iqbal Ahmed reveals what it was like filming an intimate portrait of life as it unfolds along London's Edgware Road.

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  17. WPC 56: Women in policing in the 1950s

    Tuesday 19 March 2013, 13:32

    Dominique Moloney Dominique Moloney Writer

    Doing justice to the brave female officers that inspired the daytime BBC One drama, by show creator Dominique Moloney.

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  18. Way To Go: Writing a highly-charged comedy

    Thursday 17 January 2013, 09:42

    Bob Kushell Bob Kushell Writer

    "I've always believed that when difficult subjects are handled with humour, people actually take things more seriously" - creator Bob Kushell on BBC Three's new comedy series.

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  19. Ripper Street: Policing the meanest streets imaginable

    Friday 4 January 2013, 10:31

    Richard Warlow Richard Warlow Writer

    How the earliest days of London's Metropolitan Police Service inspired the series creator to write BBC One's new dark crime drama.

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  20. Good Cop: I'm the scriptwriter

    Wednesday 29 August 2012, 15:02

    Stephen Butchard Stephen Butchard

    Good Cop, in short, is a police show that I wanted to try and make that little bit different - a police show in which I wanted to concentrate on the individual, the man, rather than the rules.

    Recently police dramas, both home-grown and imported, have been mostly dominated by forensics and procedure...

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