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  1. Writer

    Writing MotherFatherSon - An interview with Tom Rob Smith

    Tom Rob Smith is a novelist and the award-winning screenwriter of London Spy and The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story. His new drama MotherFatherSon starring Richard Gere comes to BBC Two from Wednesday 6th March 2019.

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  2. Writers & Executive Producers


    Harry and Jack Williams explain the inspiration behind BBC One's new crime drama Baptiste, which brings back The Missing's Julien Baptiste in a new story set in Amsterdam.

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  3. Writer & Teacher

    How I came to write an episode of Moving On for BBC One

    Adam Simpson submitted a script through our open submission window several years ago and got a full read and script report. He explains what happened next...

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  4. Hartswood West Writers' Scheme - Winners Announced

    The Hartswood West Writers' Scheme is created and run in partnership between independent production company Hartswood West, ScreenSkills High-End TV and BBC Writersroom Wales. Two writers receive a six-month bursary to develop original drama ideas to present to the BBC.

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  5. Writer

    Writer Neil Cross on Series 5 of Luther

    Writer Neil Cross explains what's new for Series 5 of Luther, where his ideas come from for the terrifying crimes moments in the show, why he thinks people love Luther and whether there's any possibility of a return. The complete Luther is now available on BBC iPlayer.

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  6. Writer

    The ABC Murders

    'The ABC Murders' is Sarah Phelps fourth Agatha Christie adaptation following 'And Then There Were None', 'Witness for the Prosecution' and 'Ordeal by Innocence'. She explains why this story appealed to her, her version of Poirot, the 1933 setting and why she chose this particular Poirot as her ...

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  7. Writer

    Adapting Watership Down for BBC One

    Tom Bidwell has adapted Richard Adams much-loved novel for BBC One. He explains how he got into scriptwriting, what it meant to win an Oscar for his short film Wish 143, how he works across genres from Katy (CBBC) to My Mad Fat Diary (E4) and describes meeting Richard Adams and his family.

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  8. Writer and Comedian

    An introduction to writing for BBC Children's (CBeebies and CBBC)

    Chris Cantrill is one half of sketch comedy double-act The Delightful Sausage and part of our Comedy Room writer development group for 2018/19. He recently attended our introduction to Children's day at Media City in Salford, run in conjunction with the Drama Room development group.

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  9. Writer

    Mrs Wilson - Writing the story for the screen

    Anna Symon is a screenwriter and former journalist and documentary maker. She explains how she adapted the true story of Alison Wilson (actor Ruth Wilson's grandmother) for BBC One, working from a combination of written memoirs, memories and research.

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  10. Head of BBC Writersroom

    An update from the Head of BBC Writersroom - How we can (and can’t) help develop your writing

    As we are about to open our annual window for Drama Script submissions this felt like a good time to address some questions that we regularly get asked about BBC Writersroom, our open submission script system (the ‘Script Room’) and what the outcome is for successful writers. Also to share some ...

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