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  1. Development Producer, BBC Writersroom Scotland

    The Break III 'Love' on BBC Three - Meet the Writers

    The Break is our returning strand of monologues by writers who are new to broadcast. For the third series the theme is 'Love'. The 5 monologues were all written by Scottish or Scotland-based writers and filmed on the set of River City in Dumbarton.

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  2. Writer

    A Catch Up with Cat Jones, Lead Writer on BBC Three’s new series, five by five!

    As part of The Idris Takeover, a unique and ground-breaking season of content created and curated by Idris Elba, BBC Three’s new series, five by five has just released on BBC iPlayer. The 5x5-min films are written by Cat Jones (Flea, Harlots), Lee Coan, Namsi Khan, Selina Lim and Nathaniel Price.

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  3. Writer

    Writing Uncle for BBC Three

    Lilah Vandeburgh is one of the co-writers of BBC Three's comedy Uncle. She gives an insight into her background as a writer, explains what it is like writing in partnership, and breaks down the development and writing of the show, including lots of great advice.

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    The Break II: Cast announced

    Cast announced as production begins on The Break II - five new original short film monologues for BBC Three.

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  5. Assistant Producer, BBC Writersroom North

    The Break returns to BBC Three

    The Break II returns to BBC Three with a series of 5 original short film monologues produced by BBC Writersroom and BBC Drama. Meet the five up-and-coming writers.

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    Creating and writing 'Top Coppers'

    Andy Kinnear and Céin McGillicuddy are the co-creators and writers of Cop-show comedy series 'Top Coppers'. They discuss their writing partnership and how the show made it to BBC TV.

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  7. Writer

    'Don't Take My Baby' - the power of shared authorship

    Jack Thorne explains how working collaboratively on the factual drama 'Don't Take My Baby' was tough, and how shared authorship is "beyond useful, in fact it’s the greatest thing in the world".

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  8. Writer

    Q&A with the writer of BBC Three's 'Tatau'

    Richard Zajdlic on his writing career including EastEnders, iconic 90s drama 'This Life' and 'Attachments' and BBC Three's supernatural murder mystery, 'Tatau'.

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  9. Writer

    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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  10. Writer

    Writer, Steve Stamp, on his journey from Youtube webisodes to full series on BBC Three via BBC Three's Comedy Feeds - a showcase for pilots by emerging new talent.

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