Authors

  1. Joe Ahearne blogs about adapting and directing the new BBC One Drama The Secret of Crickley Hall. 

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  2. Shakeel Ahmed is the writer of the original drama short for BBC iPlayer, 'My Jihad'.  He blogs about the pitching, development and production process.

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  3. Head of BBC Drama Scotland and judge of our Frank Deasy Award Chris Aird talks to us about looks for in a great script and what defines ‘Scottish drama’.

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  4. The winner of last year's Alfred Bradley Bursary Award for Radio drama on writing the powerful Radio 4 drama 'Shamed', which tackles the subject of grooming.

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  5. Dan Allum talks about exploring the lives of Romany Gypsies for BBC Radio 4's Afternoon Drama.

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  6. The producer of Radio 4 Extra's Chain Gang talks about what he's looking for from YOUR storylines for the series.

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  7. Writersroom's Development Producer, Paul Ashton says a fond farewell & addresses some of the popular myths about what we do

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  8. Joe Barton blogs about the writing and production process for Our World War - BBC three's tense combat drama series revealing experiences of British soldiers in World War One.

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  9. Tony Basgallop on the process of writing his first ever whodunit - the four part BBC One drama, What Remains.

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  10. Head of BBC Drama Wales and judge of our Wales Drama Award Faith Penhale talks to us about why this is such an exciting time for drama in Wales and what she looks for in a script.

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  11. Today we've relaunched our website to work properly across mobile and tablet as well as desktop computers. It has a fresh new look and we've shaken-up the content.

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  12. Lucy Beaumont blogs about how winning the 2012 BBC Radio New Comedy Award led to her BBC Radio 2 Sitcom, To Hull & Back.

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  13. An advisory list of potential delights and horrors when writing DOCTORS scripts. The cast of BBC One drama, Doctors. 100% my opinion - In no particular order... 1. Trust your script editor and use their skill and experience. They can have moments of genius for which you can take most of...

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  14. Alex Boardman blogs about his experience of being one of the shortlisted writers of the BBC writersroom Laugh Track comedy talent search and having his script performed at Edinburgh.

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  15. Peter Bowker blogs about writing the new BBC Two film, Marvellous - the extraordinary real-life story of Neil Baldwin.

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  16. Elly Brewer, lead writer on The Dumping Ground, blogs about the development of the new CBBC drama series and how the writing process works.

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