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  1. Author

    On Angel Wings: Telling the Christmas story in a different way

    "I love the idea that stories listened to 2000 years ago are as compelling now as they were then." Children's author Michael Morpurgo talks about the idea behind his short Christmas story, On Angel Wings, which has been adapted for television.

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  2. Writer

    'A good mystery, whether crime or otherwise, takes your mind off your own troubles.' Gwyneth Hughes talks about what attracted her to setting her BBC One drama in a Yorkshire seaside town, and why she’s always been drawn to mystery.

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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. Writer

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

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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. Writer

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

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  10. 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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